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Top 5 Places To Visit For Exploring Local Cultures

The real pleasure of traveling lies in tasting and exploring the local flavors of the place. The joy of experiencing a place, first hand, from the eyes of its inhabitants by being around them, is so exciting and enriching! Get down on the road, don’t just take pictures but live the world as if every new destination is your new home. We present you top 5 places to visit for exploring local cultures.

TOKYO, JAPAN

Unlike other cultures of the world, Tokyo’s way of life isn’t just restricted to old workmanship and engineering. This metropolitan city delineates an exceptional mix of cutting edge and conventional world with design extending from verifiable sanctuaries to neon-lit high rises. The most alluring piece of Japanese culture is their food. Tokyo has the most number of Michelin-featured eatery than any other city on the planet, therefore, acquiring the title of ‘food capital of the world’.

HIDDEN TREASURES IN BHUTAN

The landlocked Himalayan Kingdom, Bhutan, is roosted high on the powerful Himalayan range and remains a concealed heaven, open to just a few blessed ones. The place that is known for the Thunder Dragon joins its vivid religion with staggering cultural environment. The numerous celebrations are rich articulations of Vajrayana Buddhism, when individuals dress in their best garments and gems. Bhutan is a spiritual place full of innumerable waving religious flags lined up to high edges along with red robed Buddhist monks, emitting positivity and good vibes. The best time to visit Bhutan is Spring (March, April & May) and Autumn (September, October & November), as it is the season for major Bhutanese festivals and sets the mood for trekking.

INKATERRA HACIENDA URUBAMB, Sacred Valley of Inca, Peru

This lodge has made to one of the most unique lodges in the world. Numerous guests visiting Peru’s southern highlands treat the Sacred Valley as the way to Machu Picchu, and some detour it by and large by boarding a train in Cusco destined for the incredible Inca stronghold. Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba welcomes visitors to remain for a spell and douse up the soul of the valley—a mysterious spot where antiquated posts mark Inca-Spanish battlegrounds, customary weaving still lives on in slope villas, and the greatness of the encompassing mountains rouses amazement in spectators.

Visitors can invest energy in nearby cultivating networks and go to otherworldly administrations to hear Quechua, the language of the Inca, stroll through the encompassing slopes to see proof of Inca agribusiness and engineering, and sit on the porch to look at the equivalent divine bodies that motivated the structure of Inca sanctuaries. Here, hints of the realm are all over the place, and Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba endeavors to enable visitors to find them.

Inkaterra La Casona, Cusco, Peru

LA DOLCE VITA IN ITALY

Wealthy in craftsmanship and engineering with a legacy extending back to antiquity, Italy could, without much of a stretch, top off all top 5 spots in this list by its own. A social trek to Italy allows you to find the amazing landmarks of the Roman Empire in Italy’s clamoring capital, to be awestruck by the abundance of Renaissance design in Venice and Florence, to visit the old survives from Pompeii close to the superb Sorrento Peninsula, and to submerge yourself in ‘la dolce vita’ on the shores of sun-prepared Sicily. The best time to visit Italy are Spring (April to June) and autumn (late September to October) as the weather is beautiful, less crowded and sunny, but not uncomfortably hot; more like soothing warm.

MAYAS IN CENTRAL AMERICA

Guatemala’s Tikal is apparently the greatest Mayan site on the planet. In spite of its beauty, it is still incompletely exhumed from the dim and taboo wilderness. The ruin complex includes somewhere in the range of 3000 old structures, for example – tombs, special raised areas, homes, royal residence and an unbelievable 9-story pyramid. Different acclaimed Mayan milestones are found in Belize and Mexico, with Chichen Itza and Tulum being the most well-known ones, where sanctuary ruins remain in a foundation of perfect wilderness, fascinating natural life, tumbling cascades, and tropical shorelines.

Cultural Tourism is an amazing way to not just travel but also engage with the world and explore the unexplored! So what are you waiting for? Visit the aforementioned places and explore the astounding local cultures. The world is yours to unravel!


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Bhavishya Pahwa
Travel and Fashion writer at CEOWORLD magazine. Travel tips and news, destination ideas, trip inspiration, and more.
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