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Festivals Tours India

 

Nainital Tours Ages of rich tradition, warm and hospitable people, a landscape of breathtaking variety and beauty - all mixed together every year in India resulting in a variety of fairs, festivals and celebrations that will mesmerise everyone.

These festivals are celebrated with pomp and splendour and bring colour to the lives of millions of people in the Subcontinent. During the festival celebrations, there are dance performances, music, dramas and a variety of entertainment which are attended by thousands of tourists from across the globe.

No matter where your plans take you to in this sub-continent, we are in a position to include a festival or a fair in your Tour program and make your trip a memorable one. As most of these festivals and fairs are once a year affair, no regular hotels are there. To overcome this we organize our own exclusive camping for the festival tours. We will give you the dates of some of the major fairs around the sub-continent at least a year in advance to make it possible for you to plan well for your tour.

We are giving here month-wise list of the festivals for your convenience.

Pushkar Fair Festival Tour

The Pushkar Fair is gaining more popularity with the passage of time and has been attracting more visitors. Presently, the number of visitors stands at a jaw dropping 185000! The eternal call of the state of Rajasthan and the uniqueness of the fair are the main factors that is helping it grow and grow more.

Bhutan Tongsa Festival Tour

Duration: 11 Days / 10 Nights

Destinations Covered: Paro - Thimpu - Punakha - Trongsa - Phobjikha - Thimphu - Paro

Bhutan Trongsa Festival Tour One of the most popular of Trongsa festival is celebrated by locals in Bhutan.

Hemis Festival Laddakh Tour

Duration: 19 Nights / 20 Days

Destinations Covered: Delhi - Leh - Uletokpo - Leh - Sarchu - Keylong - Manali - Shimla - Delhi

Hemis Festival is a two day festival celebrated in Leh Ladakh region to celebrate the birth day of the founder of the Tibetan Buddhism, Guru Padamasambhava.