India with Holi

  • DURATION 8 Days / 7 Nights
  • TYPE OF TRIP Family
  • START CITY Delhi
  • END CITY Delhi


India with Holi

Destinations : Delhi – Jaipur - Agra - Delhi


  • Day1

    March 21: Arrival in Delhi

    Arrive at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. Delhi: Delhi is a bustling city with a population of 14 million inhabitants and a rich history. It is one of the oldest cities in the world and has been the capital of various empires in ancient India. Delhi was a significant city on the ancient caravan routes from Northeast India to the Ganges Valley. After passing through immigration, one of our representatives will be waiting to welcome you and arrange your transportation to the hotel.
  • Day2

    Day 22: Delhi

    Today, after breakfast, you'll have the entire day to explore Delhi. After breakfast, we'll start with a panoramic view of the Red Fort and then visit Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India, located in the heart of Old Delhi. We'll take a cycle rickshaw ride through Chandni Chowk market and visit Gandhi's Tomb. Afterward, we'll have a panoramic view of the government buildings along Raj Path, a grand avenue lined with parks, and visit the impressive India Gate. Next, we'll visit the Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple. To complete our tour, we'll see the towering Qutub Minar, which stands at 72 meters in height. Return to the hotel for dinner and accommodation.
  • Day3

    Day 23: Delhi – Jaipur (The Pink City) 250 km

    After breakfast, depart for Jaipur, the gateway to Rajasthan, also known as the Pink City. Check in at the hotel upon arrival. In the evening, we will attend the Aarti ceremony at the Birla Temple. Return to the hotel for dinner and accommodation.
  • Day4

    Day 24: Jaipur

    Enjoy breakfast and a full day of activities that will take us to the vicinity of the Amber Fort, where you can ascend to the fort by jeep. We will then visit the Pink City and the Jantar Mantar Observatory, built in 1727 by Sawai Maharaja Jai Singh II, who was a mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, and a great musician of his era. He constructed five observatories across India, but only the one in Jaipur is functional today. Next, we'll visit the "City Palace" of the Maharaja of Jaipur, with its fabulous collection of clothing, cotton and silk saris with gold inlays. In the afternoon, depending on the schedule, we will witness the "Holika" ritual, observing people participating in this important tradition. Then, we'll return to the hotel.
  • Day5

    Day 25: Jaipur

    Today, after breakfast, we will celebrate the Festival of Colors (Holi). The festival lasts for about 2 to 3 hours in the morning. You can purchase traditional attire called "Kurta and Pajama" in white a day before the festival, as colors look great on this outfit. Avoid wearing your favorite shirt, as it might not be suitable for future use. After the celebration, return to the hotel. Please clean up and remove the colors before entering your room. The rest of the day is for relaxation. Holi is one of the most famous festivals in the West, as it involves the tradition of throwing colored powders, but what do these colors represent? Each spring, streets are filled with people painted in blue, yellow, red, or green to worship Holika, the demon god's daughter. The festival begins in March with the burning of her effigy to commemorate her death in the fire, in place of her power-hungry brother, a monarch blinded by power. Holi, also known as the Festival of Colors, is a popular celebration of the Hindu spring, held in India, Nepal, and some countries with significant Indian communities. During this festival, people celebrate by throwing colorful powders and water at each other. In Holi, the colors fill the cities' atmosphere, with people "painting" themselves and celebrating the arrival of spring, marking the end of winter's darkness and cold with the colors of the flowers that will bloom in this season.
  • Day6

    Day 26: Jaipur - Agra (Taj Mahal closed on Fridays) 250 km

    In the morning, we will drive to Agra, passing through the village of Abhaneri. Abhaneri is famous for its beautiful stepwell and a 9th-century goddess temple. We will arrive in the city of the Taj Mahal and visit the Taj Mahal from Mehtab Bagh garden to take beautiful photos of the Taj Mahal from behind. Enjoy the location and return to the hotel for the night.
  • Day7

    Day 27: Agra - Delhi

    Early in the morning, we will visit the famous wonder of the world, the TAJ MAHAL. Our guide will explain the history of this beautiful symbol of love, and you will have plenty of time to explore the Taj Mahal and take photos. Afterward, we will return to the hotel for breakfast and then visit the Agra Red Fort, which stands majestically on the banks of the tranquil Yamuna River. We will check out and continue our journey to Delhi. Stay in a hotel for the night.
  • Day8

    Day 28: Departure

    After breakfast, our service comes to an end. Our team from "Western India Nature Tours" will transfer you to the international airport 3 or 4 hours before your departure, wishing you a pleasant stay in our country.

    Precios en USD:

    Group size
    Price Per person ( 2 min ) : U$ 885/ person
    Suplement of single: U$ 365

    Hoteles A

    Delhi (02 night) - Crown Plaza Today o Taj Vivanta (5*)
    Jaipur (03 night) - Shakun (4*) o similar (4*)
    Agra (01 night) - Ramada (4*) o Grand Mercure (5*)
    Delhi (01 night) - Crown Plaza Today o Taj Vivanta (5*)

Trip Highlights

  • Welcome Dinner at Jaipur
  • Invitation to Indian family house to experience real culture and tradition.
  • Guided trip to covering Agra Fort, Itmad-Ud-Daulah and Taj Mahal
  • Guided trip to Fatehpur Sikri- Jama Masjid, Jodha Bai Palace, Birbal Bhawan, Panch Mahal and Buland Darwaza
  • Guided tour of City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Nawab Sahab ki Haveli and the local bazaars

Trip Includes

# Reception, greeting, airport assistance, and transfers to the hotel.
# Arrival and departure transfers, sightseeing, etc. with air-conditioned transportation.
# 7 nights of accommodation in a double room as per the program with bed and breakfast.
# Jeep ride at Amber Fort, Jaipur.
# Spanish-speaking tour guide.
# 2 bottles of water in the car every day.
# Rickshaw (Bicycle) ride in Old Delhi to explore the historic area.
# Electric car ride from the parking to the entrance of the Taj Mahal.
# Entrance tickets to the mentioned monuments.
# A professional photographer to take a photo of you at the Taj Mahal on behalf of the WIN agency.
# A welcome folder from the agency containing a map, postcards, pen, important contacts.
# All applicable taxes and tolls. .

Special Service: ( Complimentry for our guests)

• Celebration of the Festival of Colors (9 am-12 pm).
• Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages during the Festival of Colors.
• Visit to a precious stone factory in Jaipur to see the craftsmanship with tea or coffee.
• Visit to a textile shop to see famous Indian fabrics and silks, with tea or coffee.
• Visit to a marble factory to witness inlay work similar to that found at the Taj Mahal in Agra, with tea or coffee.
• Souvenirs from the agency for each of you.

Trip Excludes

# International tickets.
# Video Input.
# Entries mentioned in the Itinerary
# Travel insurance of any type.
# Visa for India.
# Meals not mentioned above.
# Personal expenses that are not included in “Price includes”.

A 50% reservation fee of the total trip price should be considered. This can be paid in advance via credit card (4.5% transaction fees extra) or into our bank account in India. There is an additional $45 fee for bank transfers. The remaining payment is due 30 days before the travel date or you can pay in Cash in USD in India.

An average lunch in India can cost between USD 10-14 at a good restaurant.
The mentioned hotels are subject to availability on the specified dates; in case there is no availability, reservations will be made at a hotel of equal or better category.
You should carry some long pants and long-sleeved shirts to visit Jain temples, mosques, etc.
You can carry USD or Euros in cash or travelers' checks and exchange them in India at currency exchange agencies for Indian Rupees. You can find currency exchange agencies in almost all cities to exchange money.
During the trip, only consume bottled water, not tap water.
Avoid eating street food.
Bargaining is common when shopping in markets.
For domestic flights, only 15 kgs of luggage is allowed, plus 7 kgs of hand luggage.
If any domestic flight is delayed, canceled, or suspended for any reason by the airline, the agency is not responsible. Only the ticket cost will be refunded. Any price difference to purchase another ticket will be the responsibility of the customer.