Holi is one of the most awaited festivals in India. It is not only a favourite amongst children, but adults love it too. Holi celebrated in India and around the world. The Holi special drink - Bhaang, is a big hit amongst masses. The young generation is now exploring unique ways to add a different flavour to their Holi celebrations. They now prefer to head out to beautiful camping sites on Holi. The outdoor expedition creates memories for a lifetime. The festival signifies the victory of good over darkness.


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Top six must have Camping Experiences On Holi

1. Bhivpuri Lake Camping 

Bhivpuri Lake Camping near Karjat is famous for its bike trip and lakeside camping adventures. Every year a swarm of tourists flocks here to celebrate Holi with their near and dear ones. The festive mood here fills you with deep joy. The place has an ideal campground for tourists. Bhivpuri Campsite is about 80 Km from Mumbai.


2. Alibaug Beach Camping

Alibaug Camping offbeat destination is just 100 Km from Mumbai. The quiet beaches impress you at first sight. The vibrant shades of sunrise and sunset add beautiful colours to your Holi. The fantastic seafood is a mouth-watering bonus. The stay at the seaside camps here is always a memorable affair. You can book your stay in beach camps here for Holi and Rangpanchami celebrations.


3. Lonavala Hill Top Camping 

Lonavala Hill Top camping activities near Tung Fort in Lonavala can undoubtedly give you an out of the world experience. Your privacy is well protected here by nature itself. The camps amidst the lush green valley are a real treasure. The place is a favourite amongst millennials for the Holi celebration. 


4. Gypsy Farm Night Camping

The Gypsy Farm Camping with Bollywood Night is for those who want to quit the mainstream camping adventure. The blending of Night camping with the Holi celebrations is a welcoming move. The joy of playing with colours all day long and then spending a relaxing night in homey camps with Live music performance and bonfire in the background is beyond belief. 


5. Campout Holi at Karjat Lakeside Camping

The flying colours, vibrant sunset, soothing weather, and the delicious food are all a part of the Holi celebration at Karjat Max Camping. The place is about 60 Km south of Mumbai. The visitors love to get drenched in the Holi festivities here. There are some other incredible activities too viz — performance by a live musician, trekking, musical bonfire at night.  


6. Camping And Pool Party near Lohagad Fort, Lonavala

The pleasure of the Holi celebration increases manifolds when a Pool party follows it in the evening. Camping near Lohagad Fort, located about 80 Km from Mumbai, provides an authentic Holi celebration option to Mumbaikars. The resort offers cozy tents, unplugged Bollywood music, pool access, and exclusive access to views of Lohagad Fort and Visapur Fort. The perfect family outing stops on this Holi.

Mumbaikars are known to experiment, and when it comes to celebrating Holi in style, they are always miles ahead. The exciting camping excursion fused with the Holi celebrations is an emerging trend. Young and the old both love it, and it seems this trend is sure to stay here for a while.