India is home to an unimaginable number of cultures making it an unmissable cultural destination in the world. Enjoy exploring India’s diverse culture with our tailormade cultural tour packages that promise to keep your journeys and experiences completely hassle-free. Join us for the most exciting trips exploring and learning about the country’s vibrant festivals, delectable food, arts & crafts, rural & tribal lifestyle, and dance & music with our best cultural tour packages in India.
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An eternal symbol of love, the Taj Mahal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site & was built by Shah Jahan in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.
The Khajuraho Group of Temples depict human sensuality & the everyday life of the people during the 9th century.
The ruins of Hampi show the glory of the Vijaynagar Empire & are famous for their temples, bazaars, streets & stables.
These 30 rock cut Buddhist caves, containing paintings & rock cut sculptures, are the finest examples of ancient Indian art.
Ellora Caves features Hindu, Buddhist & Jain monuments & is one of the largest rock cut temple cave complexes in the world.
It’s the most important of the 4 pilgrimage sites associated with Lord Buddha & is home to the 82 feet Gautam Buddha statue.
Sun Temple resembles a 100 feet chariot with wheels & horses carved from stone & is dedicated to Surya, the Hindu sun god.
This historic fort once served as the residence of Mughal emperors. Today, the PM of India hoists the tricolour from its ramparts.
Sanchi is famous for the Sanchi Stupa, Buddhist temples, gateways, Ashoka Pillars & reliefs depicting ancient Indian cities.
The 3 Great Chola Temples are the epitome of classical Dravidian architecture & shows the prosperity of the Chola Empire.
It consists of 40 ancient monuments & Hindu temples, whose architectural features were adopted in Cambodia & Javanese temples too.
Tomb of Mughal Emperor Humayun, it was the first garden tomb in the Indian subcontinent to extensively use red sandstone.
A collection of 19 astronomical instruments, it consists of the world’s largest stone sundial & is noted for its scientific accuracy.
Once the main residence of Mughal emperors, it’s famous for its palaces, gates & stepwell & featured in a Sherlock Holmes novel too.
Built to serve as the capital of the Mughal Empire but later abandoned, it’s home to palaces, gates, towers & mosques.
One of the largest stepwells in India, it consists of more than 500 sculptures & 212 pillars & is designed as an inverted temple.
They are unique as they reflect a combination of North & South Indian architectural styles & are mostly dedicated to Lord Shiva.
A collection of cave temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, they consist of rock cut sculptures combining Hindu & Buddhist spiritualism.
An ancient center of learning, Nalanda also served as a Buddhist monastery & attracted student from Tibet, China & Korea.
This victory tower measures 238 feet & contains a spiral staircase of 379 steps. Entry inside the tower is not allowed to the public.
Dating back to Paleolithic & Mesolithic periods, they depict the earliest traces of human life in Indian subcontinent & feature cave paintings.
Enjoy a luxurious stay in the cabins & suites while exploring the heritage & culture of cities like Delhi, Agra, Jaipur & Varanasi.
A luxurious & exciting train ride awaits you with its luxury coaches, spa car, attached washrooms & destinations like Jaipur, Kutch, Ajanta Caves & Sanchi.
Explore the wonders of Southern India while enjoying a stay in its richly furnished cabins & facilities like royal spa, gym, conference car & lounge bar.
See the wonders of royal Rajasthan while enjoying a luxurious ride with facilities like restaurant cars, bar lounges, spa & Wi Fi.
Take a ride across famous Buddhist pilgrimage sites with on board amenities like showers, dining car, luxury coaches & sumptuous meals.
Explore Jaisalmer, Jodhpur & Jaipur, along with Delhi, Varanasi with a luxury ride with fine dining, hot & cold showers & comfortable AC coaches.
It’s held every 12 years, rotating between Allahabad, Haridwar, Nashik & Ujjain. Devotees take a dip in Ganga, among other ceremonies.
Held in Jaisalmer Sand Dunes against the backdrop of Jaisalmer Fort, it’s marked by camel rides, folk dances, turban tying & other events.
A one week festival, it’s held beside the Khajuraho Temples & witness several classical dances like Odissi, Kuchipudi & Manipuri.
Bihu is a harvest festival marked by folk music & dancing & is dedicated to Lord Krishna, cattle, family elders & Mother Goddess.
Held to encourage inter tribal interaction & promote cultural heritage, it’s marked by exhibitions, sports, games, traditional archery & Naga wrestling.
Onam is a harvest festival marked by events like tiger dances, boat races, mask dances, plantain offerings & Tug of War.
It is held to celebrate the victory of Ram over Ravana, and good over evil & on this day, Ravana’s effigies are burnt with firecrackers.
A harvest festival dedicated to Surya, the sun God, it’s marked by prayers, processions, gifts, Pongal dishes & decorating cows.
Celebrated to mark the victory of Goddess Durga over Mahishasur, pandals are erected & activities like feasting, processions & scripture recitations are held.
One of India’s largest camel, cattle & horse fairs, events like tug of war, camel races, longest moustache & bridal competition are held during this time.
It celebrates the birth of Shri Krishna & is marked by enactments of his life, besides Dahi Handi, kite flying, drama events & fasting until midnight.
This 3-4 day carnival is marked by folk dance & music, showcases Gujarat’s rich culture, heritage, handicrafts, food stalls & cultural shows.
A 10 day festival dedicated to Lord Ganesha, it’s celebrated by installing Lord Ganesha idols, rituals & finally the immersion of the idol.
The festival of carnival, it is marked by colourful processions including dancing troupes, sports competitions, live music & feasting.
Losar, a Tibetan Buddhist festival, is celebrated for 10 days with events like masked dances, painting monasteries & houses & Tsampa offerings.
An important festival for Muslims celebrated in June where people offer prayers, visit families & friends & feast with their dear ones.
It marks the arrival of Ram, Lakshman & Sita in Ayodhya & is celebrated by lighting earthen lamps, exchanging gifts & bursting firecrackers.
Signifying victory of good over evil, it is celebrated by dancing around a bonfire, throwing colours at each other & consuming delicious snacks.
It is an enormous procession where a chariot containing 3 deities are pulled by saints, religious leaders & millions of devotees.
A 10 day event, it attracts artisans from all over India & is marked by folk dances & a grand elephant procession.
India has an extremely rich & diverse culture with several cuisines, festivals, religions, languages, dresses and customs. It is also dotted with the most magnificent monuments, temples, caves, bathing ghats & other historical structures found anywhere in the world.
One way of getting an insight into this rich culture of India is visiting its historical structures. Our Cultural Tour Packages give you an insight into the rich culture of India by covering destinations that are renowned for their monuments, temples & other structures built in the past. During these tours, you are also provided the opportunity of exploring the markets, interacting with the locals, trying the local delicacies and other various activities that give you an idea of the culture of the particular destination you happen to be visiting.
India is a large country with 29 states. Some festivals are celebrated in a large part of the country, while the others are celebrated in the other part. There are some festivals which are celebrated exclusively in one state, region or province, and not in the others. So, you must plan your trip according to the festival, or festivals, you wish to experience.
For example, if you want to enjoy the lights and crackers associated with the Diwali festival, plan your trip to India between October-November. If you want to be a part of Holi, the festival of colours, plan your trip to India in late-February to March. You can experience Onam, a very famous festival celebrated in Kerala (South India), marked by the traditional boat race called Vallam Kali, between August-September. Another famous festival called Hampi Utsav, is celebrated in November every year.
Northeast India also has several festivals which are celebrated in each state at different times of the year. For example, the famous Nagaland Hornbill Festival is celebrated in Nagaland in December every year. The festival of Bihu in Assam, which is marked by beautifully synchronised folk dances, folk music, competitions and various activities, is held in April every year. And, if you want to witness and be a part of one of the biggest music festivals in India, the Ziro Music Festival, plan your trip in September.
Of course, if you are spending your holidays in a part of India where the date coincides with a famous festival there, that’s great. Go ahead and be a part of it!
You can book our Cultural Tour Packages for India in two ways: by contacting our travel team who will assist you with the entire booking process, specifically keeping in mind the travel requirements and needs.
You can also visit our website to book our cultural tour packages. Select the particular Cultural Tour Package you are interested in and click it. You will be directed to another page where you will see a section called “Book This Tour.” Click on that and another page will appear on the screen where you will have to enter several details like:
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Yes, you can have the unique and special experience of enjoying a lunch/dinner with a local Indian family.
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Rich cultures can be witnessed across India resulting in diversity of festivals, food, heritage sites, arts & crafts, and dance & music. It is impossible to ignore this vibrant blend and the urge to experience it personally. Therefore, for those who would love to explore the opulent cultures in India, we have the best cultural tour packages that are crafted in a way to cater to the different needs of culture lovers.
While, each state and their regions have distinct cultures, there can be some similarities between them. With our best cultural tour packages, visit some of the top destinations in India like Rajasthan, which is popular for its forts & palaces, warm hospitality, food, and folk dance & music. We also organize the best cultural packages for West Bengal and Tamil Nadu, the cultural hotspots in the country.
Our tour packages also include region-wise exploration of culture. Therefore, with us, you can explore the cultural heritage of North India, South India, East India, Northeast India, and West India, in separate tour packages that are carefully designed to offer you the best knowledge of each region.
Explore with the famous Golden Triangle (Delhi, Agra, Jaipur), and enjoy witnessing three distinctive cultures rolled up in one tour package. We also offer special temple tour packages to sight the architecturally marvelous temples of South India as well as North and Central India. Visit with us to the handicraft rich states of Northeast India and that of Jammu & Kashmir, Odisha, West Bengal, Rajasthan and more. Also, join us for some gala time exploring the various dance & music forms, martial arts, food & festivals as well as rural and tribal life of different regions and states of India.
We at Tour My India, ensure, your interest is catered to with precision and expertise and that you get to witness for what you chose this diverse country for a cultural expedition. Our packages include the best accommodation, transportation, expert tour guides, and round the clock assistance promising an experience of a lifetime.