A tour to India is not complete without immersing in its colourful fairs and festivals that showcase the beauty of its traditional arts culture and crafts. visiting India, especially during the fairs and festivals will certainly mesmerize you with its charm.  Festival in India means busy streets and shops full of customers. Attractive discounts are offered during the festival to maximize sales, hence visiting India during the festival gives you the double advantage of enjoying the festival and shopping with attractive discounts. 

In the event that you wish to see the profound underlying foundations of the culture, conviction, way of life, living, food, craftsmanship, customs of India, the fairs and festivals celebrated here it’s a onetime life experience to see the real nature of India we at TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS India can organise your special interest Fair & Festivals Tour.

Some Popular Festival and Fairs of India and private arrangements to experience first-hand.

Diwali the festival of light: It is celebrated in October or November each year. Our custom- made tour gives the clients the opportunity to dress up in traditional clothes and visit the home of an Indian family to Celebrate the festival like the locals, enjoy the homemade sweets and dishes and above all understand its religious significance.

Pushkar Camel Fair: Is held every year around the full moon during the Hindu lunar month, which usually falls in November. A huge carnival is held, with an array of temple dancing, folk and fusion music concerts, spiritual and heritage walks, adventure zone, Food Stalls, and an arts and crafts bazaar as well.  With limited accommodation during the fair we book the luxury tents and hotels well ahead of time and depending on where you wish to stay we allocate the rooms. Every group is accompanied by local guides to make you feel at home even in a huge crowd.

Holi the festival of colour: That celebrates the triumph of good over evil, good harvest, and fertility. It usually falls in the latter part of February or March. We organise dress for the group which is pure white to wear for the colour festival.  The morning after breakfast around 9 AM we start towards a local house where you will play Holi with locals and family members for an incredible experience. Return to hotel by lunch and relax for a couple of hours before we join for evening cultural ceremony followed by dinner at our organized venue. 

Onam in Kerala: Onam, a harvest festival that falls in the months of August/September annually.  Clients who want to join the Onam festival, celebrate with local families to experience the Rituals of Onam, wear traditional clothes, participate in dance performances, draw flower rangolis and assist in cooking traditional feasts called sadya. Later clients enjoy the meal served on banana leaves.  There are other cultural activities which the clients can witness like the boat races, Tiger dances, women’s dance ritual, Mask dance folk songs among other fun activities.

 We at TOTAL HOLIDAY OPTIONS India specialise in creating personalised itineraries to suit individual interests and requirements such as duration, the standard of accommodation, specific interests and pace of travel, so please get in touch with us if you would like to receive a tailor-made itinerary for a customised Fair & Festival Tour.

Our Guarantee

  • A dedicated local tour guide close by should you need any help or advice while you’re with us.
  • Guaranteed Personal attention from arrival to departure.
  • Dedicated 24 x 7 Operational assistance while you are on a Fair & Festival tour in India.
  • All our preferred hotels & resorts are centrally located and have the best single room price because of our volume business. 
  • Well maintained Coaches.
  • Duly registered India locally own Destination Management Company

Tour Type: Fair & Festivals Tour

Group size: 06 - 16 People

Duration: Minimum of 10 days (recommended)

Accommodation: 4* / 5* As per clients Request

Tour Guides: English & Multilingual available

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