Festival of Light Inspired by Diwali 2018

29 September - 4th November 2018

 6pm - 10pm

 FESTIVAL OF LIGHT, Inspired by Diwali

Robin Hill Country Park, Isle of Wight

This autumn, step into the vibrant world of Diwali at Robin Hill's award-winning electric woods, opn daily between 6-10pm from 29th September - 4th November.

As dusk settles across the park, immerse yourself in the nocturnal awakening of Robin Hill's ancient woodland at the Festival of Light, inspired by Diwali. Discover the lush colours, flavours and sounds of the Asian sub-continent, as you venture on a spirited journey of wonder through Indian-inspired experiences.  

Uncover the fun and thrills of the family-favourite Holi powder arena and the new Neon Jungle; right through to the calm and serene celestial feel of the Woodland Ponds water projections and Taj Mahal Garden down on The Parting.  

NEW for 2018 – The park's newest adventure, Jungle Heights will be brought to life with a totally new vibe. LED lighting, smoke machines and an exciting sound track add a new element to the attraction, so you can immerse yourself in energetic, jungle-inspired fun - you'll be truly lost in the treetops. 

Amidst all the exciting activity, take time to enjoy the authentic Indian menu of curries and kebabs, Asian sweet treats and traditional teas, providing a true taste of India. 

On Fridays & Saturdays throughout the event, get involved with Rangoli Art and Lantern Decorating workshops, indulge in some traditional henna art and marvel at the ambient street entertainment. 

During October half term, the event is taken to a new level with Spirit of Yoga and Dancing the Chakras workshops as well as Dr DJ and Bollywood dancers to keep you entertained throughout the evening.  

THE EPIC NEW ELECTRO-LIGHT CIRCUS IS COMING TO TOWN...

Find out more here!

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Group Tour Operators, please ask about out special group packages.

Festival of Light Inspired by Diwali 2018 Festival of Light Inspired by Diwali 2018

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