Diwali is a five-day Hindu celebration that celebrates the triumph of good over evil. The festival is celebrated with lanterns, fireworks, and gifts for loved ones. Diwali celebrations are most common in India, but they can be found anywhere Hinduism is practised.
Diwali, India (celebrated worldwide) (Oct. 24, 2022)
The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta has nearly 500 balloons. There are musical performances, food vendors, and family-friendly activities, and it's easier to visit than the international places on this list.
With the British pound at a record low against the dollar, now is the time to visit. The Cheltenham Literature Festival is one of the world's oldest and largest literature events. With over 500 events, there's something for everyone at the festival.
The Crio de Nazaré event is held in Belém, Brazil. The Our Lady of Nazareth celebration includes parades, processions, and concerts. It's not as famous as Rio's Carnival, but it's just as fun. This is a cultural experience worth seeing.
The Naga Fireball Festival occurs annually on Thailand's Mekong River. Fireballs are believed to be created by plankton in the river. The celebration has nightly bonfires, food, and music. Since the dates aren't predetermined, you'll need to be in the vicinity around the right time and hope for the best.