Probably one of the most well-known Hindu festivals, the word 'Diwali' means 'rows of lighted lamps'. Also known as the 'festival of light', houses, shops and public places are decorated with...
Autumn is a glorious time to be in Japan as the countryside blazes with the fiery reds and dazzling oranges of the turning leaves of indigenous momiji maple tree.
Loi Krathong translates as "float cup" and is the time when local people mark the end of Buddhist lent, and make elaborate small-scale vessels out of bamboo and banana bark for an illuminated boat procession on the Mekong.
The Marlborough Sounds are amongst the most picturesque scenery anywhere in New Zealand.
Hunter's Garden Marlborough is a five day event run every November which includes guided garden tours, presentations by experts and art displays.
The town of Santiago Sacatepéquez in Guatemala celebrates All Saints Day on 1 November with a kite festival.
Melbourne is one of the world's premier city's which has plenty to offer the first time visitor. In addition, it's also home to one of the most famous horse races, the Melbourne Cup. If you are in the city during November then we highly recommend it.
Consisting of two main islands - East and West Falkland, as well as numerous outlying islands scattered close by in the South Atlantic seas, one of the main reasons to visit is for the outstanding wildlife viewing opportunities - particularly penguins.
Every November in accordance with the lunar cycle, the normally tranquil lakeside town of Pushkar changes completely thanks to the camel festival. The festivities are concentrated during a one week period but the days proceeding the fair are just as exciting as the participants arrive from all corners of Rajasthan.
The Thanksgiving day parade has been a New York tradition since 1924, bringing together marching bands from across the US, live musical performances and coloured floats to create an incredible spectacle through the streets of New York.
Centuries of self-imposed isolation have left the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan virtually untouched by the influences of the modern world. As well as this unique culture it also has a surprising amount of wildlife.
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