Fair and Festival Tours

India is amazing fun to be in! There is always something going on all year long – in terms of festivities and fairs! Its so much energy and colour – you cannot afford to miss the experience!

The Goa Carnival is the time to be in Goa. Beaches, Sand, Sun and fenny – in the back drop of a carnival. The december carnival is to die for! Join in the party, as the adage there goes. The Kite festival at Gujarat is another “pulling a hard string”, literally! So many kite fliers from world over come in to Gujarat – and so many locals join in from their terraces! Its amazing to just be a part of it and cut some string!

The dasara – or the Navratri will have you spoilt for choice about your destination to be in. The Gujarati Garba dancing will lure you in with its vibrant colours and pandals of all-night dancing! The Mysore dusera procession – is a date with royalty. It has the elephants, the chariots, the bugle players, the artists, the dancers and what not! The Kolkata Durga puja occuring at the same time in West Bengal – will leave you wanting more art, music, color and flavour. The cuisine, the piety, the fun, the pandals, the music and dance will beckon you to the shores of the Bay of Bengal. 

Come august, the boat races call from the Coconut country! The Nehru Trophy boat race at Alapuzha bring the country's rowers and rowing enthusiasts under one roof. Ah, the adrenaline! You have to be there to experience it! The Ganesh Chaturti celebrations in Mumbai are a not-to-miss. Processions, games, fun and the chants of “Ganpati bappa morya”, the immersion procession where people flock to immerse the idols into the sea! Mumbai truly makes some noise!

You can be anywhere in India during Diwali and you still wont be able to hear a thing! The fireworks are enthralling, exciting, loud and pave way for a party! Gifts, wishes, holidays, fireworks, awesome spread of food, colourful rangoli, lamps, light and love characterise Diwali in India. 

The Pushkar camel fair is one of a kind. Have you seen bedouin tents, desserts, pink-yellow-red vibrant colours, a lot of camel and one big fair? Thats the Pushkar fair for you. 

Oh, lets not forget the harvest festivals that come in January – April. They celebrate the gifts of mother earth. The taste of “desi” food – right after the harvest is not to be missed. 

The Republic day parade and Independence day parade at Delhi and at every state is a visionary treat and an opportunity to celebrate the world's largest democracy!

 

Here's wishing you fun times! Cheers! 

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Dasara Festival Tour

Bangalore – Hassan – Mysore (Dasara festival) – Coorg

 

 

Day 01: Arrival Bangalore

Meeting and assistance on arrival at Bangalore airport and transfer to the hotel. Afternoon sightseeing tour of city Bangalore - the Garden City of India visiting the Lal Bagh which has a variety of old Trees, Fountains, Lotus Pools, Terraces and an assortment of tropical herbs and sub tropical herbs. Also see the Govt. buildings and the Maharajas Palace. Overnight at the hotel

 

Day 02: Bangalore - Hassan

India is amazing fun to be in! There is always something going on all year long – in terms of festivities and fairs! Its so much energy and colour – you cannot afford to miss the experience!

The Goa Carnival is the time to be in Goa. Beaches, Sand, Sun and fenny – in the back drop of a carnival. The december carnival is to die for! Join in the party, as the adage there goes. The Kite festival at Gujarat is another “pulling a hard string”, literally! So many kite fliers from world over come in to Gujarat – and so many locals join in from their terraces! Its amazing to just be a part of it and cut some string!

The dasara – or the Navratri will have you spoilt for choice about your destination to be in. The Gujarati Garba dancing will lure you in with its vibrant colours and pandals of all-night dancing! The Mysore dusera procession – is a date with royalty. It has the elephants, the chariots, the bugle players, the artists, the dancers and what not! The Kolkata Durga puja occuring at the same time in West Bengal – will leave you wanting more art, music, color and flavour. The cuisine, the piety, the fun, the pandals, the music and dance will beckon you to the shores of the Bay of Bengal. 

Come august, the boat races call from the Coconut country! The Nehru Trophy boat race at Alapuzha bring the country's rowers and rowing enthusiasts under one roof. Ah, the adrenaline! You have to be there to experience it! The Ganesh Chaturti celebrations in Mumbai are a not-to-miss. Processions, games, fun and the chants of “Ganpati bappa morya”, the immersion procession where people flock to immerse the idols into the sea! Mumbai truly makes some noise!

You can be anywhere in India during Diwali and you still wont be able to hear a thing! The fireworks are enthralling, exciting, loud and pave way for a party! Gifts, wishes, holidays, fireworks, awesome spread of food, colourful rangoli, lamps, light and love characterise Diwali in India. 

The Pushkar camel fair is one of a kind. Have you seen bedouin tents, desserts, pink-yellow-red vibrant colours, a lot of camel and one big fair? Thats the Pushkar fair for you. 

Oh, lets not forget the harvest festivals that come in January – April. They celebrate the gifts of mother earth. The taste of “desi” food – right after the harvest is not to be missed. 

The Republic day parade and Independence day parade at Delhi and at every state is a visionary treat and an opportunity to celebrate the world's largest democracy!

 

Here's wishing you fun times! Cheers! 

List Itinerary Row

Bangalore – Hassan – Mysore (Dasara festival) – Coorg     Day 01: Arrival Bangalore Meeting and assistance on arrival at Bangalore airport and transfer to the hotel. Afternoon sightseeing tour of...