Holi Festival, India

LocationIndia
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Price range$$
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DatesFeb - Mar
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Hooray, Hooray; it’s a holy,-holi-day with Holi Festival, India!

Imagine stepping out of your black and white daily routine to finally live the life you always imagined. A new life of glorious, stimulating sights, sounds, smells, colours and potential. Well, my friends, Holi Festival, India is the closest you’ll come to leaving Kansas and stepping into the Wonderful Technicolor World of Oz!

People at the Holi Festival, India

Holi Festival is a two-day Hindu festival famous for its explosive psychedelic powder paint colours, gleeful dancing and culinary delights. So if you want to celebrate this awesome life, The Festival of Spring is the most fun way to kick winter’s dreary butt out the door and usher in a new season plus a vibrant new you! 

What Happens At The Holi Festival, India?

Hold your horses! Before you celebrate Holi, this exclusive nine-day trip will treat you to some of India and Rajasthan’s most iconic destinations. After exploring the markets and delicious street food of Old Delhi, you’ll visit the magnificent Taj Mahal, the fortified ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri and the Pink City of Jaipur - famous for its stunning Amber Fort. And if that’s not colourful enough for you…

dancing woman covered in brightly coloured paint powder at Holi festival

Because Holi can be chaotic and overwhelming in India’s big cities, you’ll celebrate the big day amongst Chanoud’s lively yet friendly local village Holi celebrations. You’ll spend the night in a 300-year-old palace, then, after breakfast, don your white kurta pyjamas to (literally) go paint the town with organic paint powder, flower petals and water in an amazingly colourful display of love and life.

Then it’s off to stay in a lovely old haveli on the shores of Udaipur’s Lake Pichola to rest and recuperate. 

This incredible Holi festival, India tour includes four and five-star hotel accommodation like The Claridges Hotel, guided sightseeing tours and most meals. So, rather than celebrate the arrival of Spring by waiting for a grumpy old groundhog to not show its face, why not join this unforgettable beautiful, crazy kaleidoscopic festival and unleash a life of fun and laughter?

In short:

  • Experience 9 days touring India and Rajasthan
  • Explore Old Delhi, The Taj Mahal, Jaipur and Udaipur
  • Literally paint the town red (blue, pink and yellow) 
  • Discover the new you at Holi Festival, India!

crowds of people covered in brightly coloured paint at Holi Festival, India

    Will Howell Cornes
    written byWill Howell Cornes
    LocationIndia
    Location
    Price range$$
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    DatesFeb - Mar
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