The festival features family-friendly activities, such as live music, a Ferris wheel, merry-go-round, a kiddie coaster, and free sand sculpting lessons.
Cultures & Festivals
A journey to the Island in the Sky: Africa’s Uluru in Malawi. After hearing that the mountain was as spectacular as Machu Pichu, he sets out to climb it.
In Toba Japan, the famous Ama divers are women who have practiced the art of diving for abalone, sea urchin, turban shells, sea cucumber, once for pearls.
Visiting the Chin people, famous for their tattooed women, in the rural countryside of Burma, and observing their animistic rituals like animal sacrifices.
In the southern state of Kerala, India, the Pulikali, or Tiger Dance involves body paint, a procession, and loud music. It’s a wild festival you should see!
2017 marks the 50th Anniversary of San Francisco’s Summer of Love. Here are some stops in San Francisco worth seeing pertaining to the festival’s history.
You can find monkeys, turtles, guinea pigs, alligator, parrots, your choice alive or dead at the Belen market in Peru.
Barbaig Nomads of Tanzania, who create arrows and artwork from discarded scrap metal that they melt down to reuse. Visiting the tribe in their village.