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Start Time
7:00 am
January 8, 2020
End Time
5:00 am
March 11, 2020


Source Location:
Delhi,  India

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Trip description

Date: March 8, 7 AM - March 11, 5 AM
Detailed Itinerary:
Holi in Shekhawati is indeed unique, traditional and heart-warming. In Mandawa town of Shekhawati, you will find people of all religions coming together on streets for the love of oneness and dancing to the traditional beats, forgetting all their communal differences. Women peeping from their veils, dancing men with their colorful turbans, and the stalls of bhang can be found in any street of Mandawa. A few dancing men can be seen cross-dressed i.e. men dressed as women while celebrating Holi in Shekhawati. This unusual practice has a great story behind! A great benefit of celebrating Holi in Shekhawati is that you won’t be pushed against random strangers during celebrations as the crowd is less and very-well managed by local authorities.
Let’s embark on a journey to celebrate Holi in the most unique and fun way, unravel the rich and amusing history of this region, and to give a visual treat to our eyes and click some Instagram-perfect shots. Be ready to explore the unexplored and be amazed by this hidden gem in the state of Rajasthan!
1. Holi Celebrations
2. Havelis
3. Poddar Cenotaphs
4. Poddar Haveli and Museum
5. Morarka Haveli
6. Visiting Local Artisans
7. Camel Cart Ride and Sunset in Desert
8. Traditional Dinner, Bonfire and Group Activities
Day 1: Romance begins with Shekhawati
Depart from Delhi in a private vehicle at 7 AM
Short Halt for tea
Reach Mandawa around lunch time
Mandawa Heritage Walk
Camel cart ride and sunset
Traditional Rajasthani Dinner with bonfire
Day 2: Glory of past & heritage
Podar Haveli & Museum
Morarka Haveli
Poddar Cenotaphs
Walking around the streets of Ramgarh
Artisans Visit
Day 3: Blending with Colors - Holi in Shekhawati
Play Holi Colors within the group
Witness Holi Festivities among local communities in traditional manner
Traditional Dinner & bonfire
Day 4: Arrival in Delhi
We are supposed to reach Delhi by 5.00 AM as per the schedule, but still keep some buffer time in hand if you have an onward journey on the same day.
We will drop the participants as per the respective pick-up points, exchange warm hugs, and good byes until we meet again.
Ex – Delhi (starting and ending in Delhi)
10700 INR per person to/from Delhi
10500 INR per person if you have already traveled with Transforming Travels 🙂
10300 INR per person for two or more people traveling together to/from Delhi
After Jan 31, a regular tariff of 10900 INR applicable for everyone.
Detailed Itinerary:
All transport to/from Delhi-NCR
Stay in a traditional haveli style budget hotel on twin sharing basis for three nights
Day 1: Lunch, and Dinner
Day 2: Breakfast and Dinner
Day 3: Breakfast and Dinner
Expenses of local guides during the trip
Camel cart riding (4/5 people on one cart)
A 24/7 professional and friendly group lead throughout the tour
Entrance tickets to the monuments mentioned in the itinerary (Poddar Haveli, Morarka Haveli, Poddar Cenotaphs)
1. The group size will be limited to a maximum of 16 people: 15 participants + 1 facilitator and a minimum of 5 people: 4 participants + 1 facilitator
2. Please note that for Holi in Shekhawati trip, there will be two pick-up points on March 8:
a. 7.00 AM: Dhaula Kuan Metro Station (direct connectivity with airport metro)
b. 7.30 AM: IFFCO Chowk Metro Station in Gurgaon
Detailed Itinerary:
Chandni Aggarwal
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