Holi – the festival of colors is celebrated in India since thousands of years by all communities. While the festival is celebrated almost in every part of India but Holi in Braj is especially famous and has significance in Hindu history. There are several places in Vrindavan where the festival is celebrated including Banke Bihari, Gulaal Kund and every other major temples in Vrindavan has special celebrations going on.
Holi Festival in Mathura & Vrindavan
Day 1 – 2 Arrive Delhi
Your tour begins when you arrive at Delhi, till time – the most fascinating and attractive capital of India, not only due to its historic past but also for the reflection of its ancient and modern cultures of India. On arriving at Delhi we will greet you with our warm welcome by one of our best representative, who later assist you to transfer into the hotel.
Day 3 – 4 Jaipur Sightseeing
Discover the delights of the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur.
visit Amer Fort & enjoy ride on an elephant. City Palace, the museum houses textiles, arms, carpets, paintings. Also visit Observatory & pass through Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds).
Day 5 – 6 Agra
Visit to the world – famous Taj Mahal
Day 7 – 8 Vrindavan
Exploring the narrow by-lanes of Vrindavan.
Holi celebration in full glory with a visit to the famous Banke-Bihari Temple.
Day 9 – 10 Varanasi
Experiencing the spirituality of India during an evening Aarti at Varanasi