Holi 2018 is coming on 1st & 2nd March, which is Thursday and Friday respectively. Hence, it is going to be another extended weekend in 2018 with 4 days to celebrate the festival of colors. This team up of festival days and a happy weekend is giving the celebratory vibes a higher notch.
It is excited to blend in with the spirit of Holi. Some people celebrate with among a mass gathering of Holi parties while some prefer to keep it a private celebration with family and friends.
And then there are those who would like to make the most of the attached weekend by taking a vacation to a perfect getaway. So here are we, presenting you a lineup of incredible places in Rajasthan, where you can celebrate Holi. Whether you are a photographer, or a foodie with sweet tooth, or you just want to get away from the boredom of every usual weekend, these places will surely let you enjoy you weekend getaway in the best possible way as there is always something for someone in Rajasthan.
In last few years, Pushkar emerged as one of the most visited tourist places in Rajasthan. Holi celebration is not an exception as well. During Holi, the dopey narrow lanes of Pushkar get bustled with people drenched in colors and dancing. So, if you are willing to let your heart drool and jump away in the streets, this Holi in Pushkar will surely give you a memorable experience for lifetime.
Holi celebration in Udaipur is considered to be a major event as the royal family of the Lake City takes special interest in celebrating it. The Holika Dehan ceremony on the first day of the Holi festival is celebrated with utmost zeal the City Palace with the noble family lighting the pyre. All the resorts and lake palaces of the city have private celebrations on Holi. If you are looking to relax with your friends and family, or you are looking for a romantic getaway with your partner, the Venice of the East is the best place for you.
The Pink City Jaipur is quite popular when it comes to celebration of festivals. Be it Holi or any other festival, the city embraces itself in the festive psyche celebrating each festival in a unique way of its own. If you planning to visit Jaipur, take a glimpse of Elephant Holi at Amer Fort or reach out to City Palace for an amazing mesmerizing Rajasthani folk program.