What could be a better way to begin your New Year than by engaging in adventure-filled activities and travelling to the most exotic places around the world while complying with the current travel restrictions.

To enhance your experience amidst these challenging times, we bring you the best, remote places of interest, ranging from festivals, winter sports to warm escapades, you can visit in January.

Best Places to Visit in January 2022

Festivals and Art in January 2022

Are you a Literature fan and museum lover? This is for those who love to engage in local festivities and learn about different cultures. Here is a list of places you can visit and festivals that you can attend scheduled for January 2022.

1. Jaipur Literature Festival 2022

Jaipur Literature Festival, India (JLF) is all set to return with its insightful discussions from the 5th to 14th March (previously 28th of January to the 1st of February). Post the pandemic, this year, the event will be accessible in-person while at the same time several online activities are to take place as well.

Notable figures and authors from all around the world such as Manu S. Pillai, Robert Macfarlane, Akhil Katyal, Kei Miller will be present at what is one of the most famous literary fests of Asia.

Jaipur, photo by Pooja Saini Rajoriya Pexels

Jaipur, photo by Pooja Saini Rajoriya Pexels

The literary sessions will be hosted at Clarks Amer, Jaipur, while the usual venue, Diggi Palace, will be hosting musical events. This will be a ticketed event for those who wish to attend the sessions in person, with prices starting from Rs. 200 (US$ 2.70).

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Jaipur is one of the most exotic cities in Asia, owing to its rich cultural heritage, arts and architecture. Apart from visiting numerous forts and palaces such as Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal and Jal Mahal, you can also visit an Elephant farm where you get to feed and bathe elephants and also enjoy the pleasure of home-cooked food. Check out the Anokhi Museum of Handblock Printing exhibitions, showcasing works by traditional block printing methods.