Best Festival Destinations in February

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In India:

Udaipur World Music Festival
The festival is an international platform where musicians from all over the world gather to showcase their incredible performances. This year too, the festival has come back for all kinds of music lovers. Be there if you are one them.
February 7-9

Located at the premises of Rashtrapati Bhavan, the beautiful Mughal gardens are a sight of delight for the tourists. A month-long fest celebrated every year Mughal Garden Udyanotsav is one of the top attractions in Delhi.
February 6

Kala Ghoda Arts Festival
A nine-day long celebration of art, culture, craft, literature, dance, and music, KGAF is loaded with activities, fun events and a very creative design. This festival witnesses the presence of various well-known figures and is a major tourist attraction. Based in the city of dreams, Mumbai this is a must visit!
February 1-9

Sula Fest
Sula Fest is a Gourmet World Music Festival held at Nashik Vineyards in Maharashtra. Groovy music with aromatic wines makes it the coolest music festival in India. Experience the crazy feel of varied music bands and also some delicious food for you to have a memorable time.
February 1
Sula Vineyards, Sawargaon, Nashik

Surajkund International Craftsmela
A time to enjoy local and international crafts, millions gather at Surajkund to relish the exhibition of art, handlooms, and handicrafts. This highly popular festival rooted in the traditions and culture has a distinct glory attached to it. Not just that, there’s plenty of food, open theatre and fun rides for you to have a complete package!
February 1-7
Surajkund, Faridabad

In the world:

Dubai Shopping Festival
Experience high discounts at your favourite stores and a bustle throughout Dubai during the shopping festival. Additionally, to make it more entertaining there’s plenty of cultural activities and fireworks for the tourists. This time it’s the silver jubilee of the festival, so be prepared for an extravaganza affair.
December 26 – February 1

Harbin’s International Ice and Snow Festival
This biggest winter festival is no less than a fairy tale. It has the tallest ice edifices making it one of the world’s biggest snow sculpture festivals. It’s cold but it’s colourful. Winter wonderland in its true self. This Chinese festival should be your destination this winter if you want to experience the magic of ‘Frozen’.
December 24 – February 28
Harbin, China

Carnival of Venice
The Venice Carnival happens every year on a large scale. Interesting part of the festival is that people of Venice wear distinctive masks which what it’s most famous for. These Venetian masks and masquerade balls make it the most loved celebration of Italy.
February 8-25

Envision, Costa Rica
The official website describes this festival as “where the ocean meets the jungle”. The festival is best known for its gorgeous setting alongside the Pacific Ocean leading to the jungle. Envision fest defines itself through its seven pillars: Sustainability, Music, Spirituality, Movement, Health, Art, and Education.
February 17-24
Costa Rica

Rio Carnival
The world’s biggest party is here for you. What started off as a pagan celebration in 15th century, the festival has seen itself develop bigger and better each year attracting travellers and party lovers from across the globe. It’s got all, from crazy street parties to massive balls. Book your tickets now because they sell out really fast.
February 21-29
Rio de Janeiro

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