Diwali, Festival of lights

Diwali, the festival of lights, spread its magic with bright lamps lit all around. This festival is popular among the majority of Indians, where pleasing designs are made of sand and placed at home entrances. Beautifully decorated homes with colorful lights and candles signify that lights illuminate the darkness. During Diwali, people enjoy the fireworks across the streets and terraces. This results in a marvelously lit sky with families and friends exchanging sweets and gifts.

Diwali not only radiates positivity all around but signifies as a festival of hope! The festival mainly symbolizes “the victory of good over evil”, “knowledge over ignorance” and “hope over despair”. Diwali brings a tide of a new beginning. Come join us and experience Diwali first hand in Delhi, the capital of India and soak it all in yourself.

Delhi, India

India’s capital Delhi is one of the largest urban areas. It is also famous for its historic wonder. It is one of the oldest cities that got destroyed and rebuilt at least 11 times. Delhi invites all inquisitive travelers who wish to learn its history, palaces, forts, temples, tombs and many more things that leaves with thoughts.

Close to Delhi, you can hop by Jaipur. Jaipur, the Pink City of India surprises all explorers in absolute awe. In 1876, Jaipur turned pink to celebrate the visit of Prince of Welsch.

This tour also includes a visit to Taj Mahal, one of the wonders of the world. Emperor Shah Jahan built this spectacular monument in memory of his late wife Mumtaz. Hence, Taj Majah attracts millions of people from around the world.

Besides these attractions, many other historical monuments and natural landscapes await enriching experiences with your own eyes.


Day 1

 Arrival at New Delhi. We will greet you at the airport and bring you to the hotel. You can relax or explore the city.


Day 2

 Festival day! Firstly, after a welcome meeting, we will immerse in the discovery of Delhi. We will see Old and New Delhi exploring its wonders. Among them, you will visit the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India’s oldest and largest mosque, Raj Ghat, Gandhi’s cremation site and India Gate. In the evening, Diwali celebration awaits us. We will visit the local temple at Janakpuri and witness the spiritual ritual, Arti performed by the local priest. Then we will enjoy the lights spectacle on our way to the restaurant, where traditional dinner will be waiting for us.


Day 3

 We travel to Jaipur. Once there, we will visit the City Palace and Jantar Mantar, an ancient space observatory.


Day 4

 The ones who wake up early can explore Jaipur by hot air balloon. Later, we will visit the stunning 16th century Amber Fort atop the hill. On the way back, we will stop by at cotton weaving house to see fabric dyeing and block printing processes.


Day 5

 We go to the village of Abhaneri to visit the largest and deepest step well in the world, Chand Baori. If open, we will visit Adarsh Vidya Mandir, a local school where “Change for Children” program is operated. Later we travel to Bharatpur. There, we will enjoy the bicycle rickshaw ride through Keoladeo Ghana National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site.


Day 6

 We travel to Agra. On the way, we stop at Fatehpur Sikri, former imperial capital of the Mughal Emperor, Akbar. In Agra, we visit the Agra Fort and of course the legendary Taj Mahal.


Day 7

 We come back to Delhi. You can relax or continue exploring the city on your own.


Day 8

 Your trip with us ends.

The package contains the following:

  • Airport transfers
  • Comfortable transportation during the trip
  • 7 breakfasts and 3 dinners
  • Visit to a temple and a traditional dinner during Diwali festival
  • 7 nights stay at 3 star, 4 star or heritage hotels
  • Rickshaw ride in Delhi
  • Jeep trip to Ambert Fort in Jaipur
  • Delhi, Jaipur, Bharatpur and Agra city tours
  • A local tour guide

Extra pay for:

  • Tipping Kitty: 20-30 USD (18-27 EUR)
  • Entrance Fees: 70-80 USD (62-72 EUR)
  • Drinks (except on Diwali festival dinner)
  • If you prefer, a tip for your local guide (a recommended 3-7 USD per day per traveler) (3-6 EUR)

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