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6 Holi Towns That Won't Let You Couples Down

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Celebrate Holi in the best party towns of India as picked by our HolidayIQ travellers! As you sprinkle colours and splash water, we hope the joy of this festival carries forward to make your life bright and keep you in a puddle of happiness, always.  

1. Goa, India: Prepare for a colour fight and party on the streets!

Goa, India: Prepare for a colour fight and party on the streets!
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Mohit Sood adds, “Awesome trip at an awesome place The locations are worth seeing. If you wish to go there, you should go there in the months of February March, October and December” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Meenakshi Putty shares, “ Try to be there during sunburn, Christmas, Holi or the February feast. My favourite destination!”

2. Udaipur, India: For a royal Holi affair head to City Palace

Udaipur, India: For a royal Holi affair head to City Palace
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jayanta Sengupta adds, “We went on the Holi & Easter weekend to Udaipur and visited few nearby places of interest, like City Palace, Chittorgarh, Haldighati, Nathdwara, Eklingji Temple, etc. It was a very colourful time” Read Full Review

3. Pune, India: For a great experience, Pune Color Festival

Pune, India: For a great experience, Pune Color Festival
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Devender Karwal adds, “I had visited Pune after a very long time in March. Weather was very pleasant. So on the first day, we decided to go to LAVASA as it was Holi festival in Pune. Lavasa was a great experience.” Read Full Review

4. New Delhi, India: An underground Holi movement, Holi Moo Festival

New Delhi, India: An underground Holi movement, Holi Moo Festival
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Deepak Singh says “Delhi is the perfect holiday destination. An awesome trip, love it, but it's good to plan to visit during the month of Feb and March, weather is more pleasant and Holi festivities everywhere” Read Full Review

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5. Hyderabad, India: Rangbarse Holi Bash at Rendezvous

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saikumar shares, “Best month to visit would be March. Lot of things to do yummy food and to see people celebrating Holi everywhere was great.” Read Full Review

6. Bangalore, India: Holi Festival 2019 at the TAJ West End

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HolidayIQ traveller Richa says "The weather in March was pleasant in Bangalore when I visited. It happened to be Holi, so we heard from a few friends and went for the Holi Festival at the Taj West End. There were pretty cool DJs playing pumping tracks, colours everywhere with good food and a great crowd! 

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