Bring a Splash of Colours into Life, Let’s All Welcome Holi 2020 This Time!
Bidding adieu to the winters, the festival of colours is knocking our doors to yet again wet us in the spirit of fun, joy, music & dance. Holi in India is not just celebrated as a festival but it’s a break from the monotonous life. It brings out the child in us, which sleeps all through the year when the adult in us struggles to achieve the best in life.
So, here are the 5 awesome places to visit in Holi 2020.
1. Mathura & Vrindavan
Mathura is the birth place of Lord Krishna and Vrindavan is the place where he was brought-up. Playing with colours is linked with the Leela of Radha and Krishna which has become a tradition. People celebrate Holi with pomp and gaiety in Mathura & Vrindavan. Celebration begins a week ago in Banke Bihari temple in Vrindavan, Dwarkadheesh Temple in Mathura and around the places. You can witness and enjoy Lathmaar Holi and phool maar holi in Barsana.
Click the link given below for Mathura Vrindavan Holi 2020 packages, starting at Rs.5000 (per person).
Here comes one of the most popular holiday destinations, Goa. It is not just a place to party hard but to celebrate Holi in a grand way. Holi is known as Shigmostav in Goa and it is a 5-day celebration that includes parades, cultural programs, troupe performances and much more. Beaches remain live in the festivity of colours. You can play Holi with locals, Indian and foreigner tourists on the beaches.
Join the Goa beach party at Rs.700 per person and Rs.1000 for a couple. Click the link below to book Holi 2020 tickets:
Get ready to be hit by water balloons, colours and bucket full of water as soon as you approach the road. Children keep an eye to colour people until they become unrecognizable. The ghats turn colourful and lively. If you are planning to visit Varanasi on Holi 2020, then don’t miss to be there on Choti Holi (a night before Holi) to witness Holika Dahan.
Varanasi Holi Festival Tour, starting at Rs.1600 per person. Check out here:
‘Apno Rajastha’ is ‘Rangeelo Rajasthan’. Every festival is celebrated in Rajasthan with full enthusiasm. Jaipur is beautifully decorated during Holi. People make rangolis at the entrance of their houses and also beautify their homes with flowers. It is a two-day celebration; first day Holika Dahan and second day Dhulandi (Holi). You can take part in Holi Elephant festival 2020 and many other events that take place on the day of Holi and play with people you don’t even know.
Ele Holi Fest 2020, starting at Rs.2000 per person. Book your tickets now:
Hampi, the heritage site of India, turns colourful on Holi. Foreign tourists also visit Hampi to celebrate this festival with joy. People dance on the beats of the drum, play with colours on the streets and take a dip in the river. This place can be your ultimate destination to have fun on Holi 2020.
You can also celebrate Holi at the Hippi Island. Price per head: Rs.2699/-
Click the link for more details: https://www.meetup.com/infinite-adventure-club/events/265318068/
Some tips before you head out to play Holi
1) Dress comfortably. Clothes should not be too tight or too lose, just right. Double layer if they are translucent.
2) Put some oil, Vaseline or body lotion as you get ready to play Holi because colours can harm skin and hair. Gently massage hair oil and apply good amount of lotion or oil all over the body, especially face and hands.
3) Beware; people may serve you bhang thandai, lassi and pakodas. You should know exactly what you are eating. Don’t trust strangers.
Now, pick a destination, book your tickets and enjoy Holi 2020.