Looking for something fun to do and see this March? Try one of these can’t-miss festivals around the world.
Oktoberfest isn’t the only big beer fest in Munich. You can also attend Starkbierfest, March 15–April 7. The name means “strong beer” and that’s exactly what you’ll find here. You can expect plenty of beer, food, music and more. It’s the classic beer fest vibe, without the crowds of Oktoberfest.
Rio holds arguably the largest and best Carnival festival each year. While this year’s festivities are over, plan for the dancing, parades, extravagant costumes and loads of fun next year.
For all things yoga, dance and music, all in an exotic atmosphere, head to Bali for the Bali Spirit Festival, March 24–31. Attend workshops and sessions on yoga, meditation, dance, martial arts, sound healing, breath work and more. Musicians come from all over the world and represent genres ranging greatly, from blues to chill rave, soul to tribal electronic.
In Australia, Moomba Waterfest is one of Melbourne’s longest-running community festivals. It attracts hundreds of thousands of guests with its free activities, March 11–14. Don’t miss the parade, water ski competition and carnival rides.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan. With flights from the United States to Japan and all of Asia, it's the perfect airline to book your next trip with. From ANA's amazing in-flight food to its excellent customer service, it comes as no surprise ANA has been awarded five stars for its seventh consecutive year by the SKYTRAX World Airline Rating.
There isn’t much to celebrate or expect when booking an economy seat these days as most perks and benefits have become pay-per-use for the majority of airlines, but Air New Zealand is looking for ways to treat its economy passengers as well as its business- and first-class passengers by considering lie-flat seating options for all classes.
Experiential travel continues to grow in popularity and luxury travel provider The Luminary Experiences hopes to offer experiential travelers completely new trip itineraries that travelers won’t find elsewhere, with culinary, wellness, athletic, political and entertainment experiences hosted by celebrities and experts.