There is no such thing as having a long bucket list. And if there is something you won’t want to miss in this New Year, it’s hitting the road for some wild fun. As an avid traveler, you may probably be looking for the best event or festivals that are not just wild but caters to everyone including women.
Combining travel with colorful events is a great way to explore the world, learn a new culture, meet new people and of course gain some unforgettable travel memories. Here is a list of world’s popular events in 2018 that you’ll want to add to your bucket list.
Camden Windjammer Festival, Camden, ME – August
Camden boasts a rich history and tradition in the maritime industry which they keep alive annually with the Camden Windjammer Festival. The
festival is like a throwback to the era of sail. The event features beautiful yacht, sailing ships and a massive windjammer fleet. Major highlights of the event include a build-a-boat contest, a fish relay race, a lobster crab race and much more…
Carnival, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – February
Renowned for being one of the most colorful events in the world, Rio Carnival dates back to 1723, hence it is one of the world’s oldest festival celebrations. Ever since, the event has become incredibly popular, attracting millions of travelers from different parts of the world. This annual event is celebrated before Lent. Beautiful attires, dance, music makes the event a must see.
Oktoberfest, Germany – September
Oktoberfest is a popular event held every year in Munich, Germany. The event runs from late September to early October. Remarkably, Oktoberfest is the largest fair in the world, with over 5 million people in attendance annually. Not only that, it is, without doubt, the most popular event in Germany. Additionally, this cultural event is organized in many different cities across the world, modeled after the Munich event.
New Orleans Mardi Gras, Louisiana – February
Mardi Gras is a famous event that has gained a worldwide reputation, celebrated in the beautiful city of New Orleans. Unlike other festivals held all over Europe, Mardi Gras is unique and has its own flavor. Lovely jazz music, colorful beads, parades, balls and king cake parties, Mardi Gras is, indeed, a place to be in February.’
With thousands of events and festivals happening worldwide, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Here, the biggest challenge for you is to find out the right festival and event on time. After then, plan your trip accordingly, book your flight and see the world in a unique way.