Delhi Sightseeing Tour
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Tour of the Sights in Delhi
Delhi is a city that successfully blends the old and the new, thus taking a Delhi Day Tour allows you to experience this. The capital of India, known as “Dilli” in Hindi, is the most popular tourist attraction in the nation. This city has been constructed, destroyed, and then rebuilt ten times. It’s interesting to note that a few of Delhi’s kings performed a dual function, first destroying and then creating. This imperial metropolis has served as the hub of political, cultural, social, and religious progress and has been ruled by several powerful dynasties and empires. A picture of rich architecture, culture, and religion can be seen in Delhi. History, monuments, art galleries, museums, gardens, and unusual performances may all be thoroughly explored.
Highlights: You may schedule a sightseeing trip on any day of the year. small size of group (Maximum 10) Visit as many monuments as you can. On demand assistance in English and other languages from a guide. (You must pay an additional fee if you want a language guide other than English) Enjoy a customary meal. Traditional Rickshaw trip in Old Delhi for one hour Tours by Chandni Chowk Approximately 10 to 11 hours.
Pickup from the pickup location, your hotel vehicle as planned, a traditional local meal, an English-speaking guide, and one mineral water bottle per person are all included in the services. parking spaces, tolls, and gasoline (other language guide available on demand).
Services not included: Unless otherwise noted, tips, phone charges, and meals. tickets for monument entrances At monuments, there is a film/video camera charge. insurance for luggage and health. every other service that isn’t mentioned.
TOUR CALENDAR: (11 to12 Hours)
7:30 am You will be picked up from your pick-up location by our driver and guide.
Period: From (8 A.M. to 1:30 P.M)
The largest mosque in India is the Jama Masjid in Delhi. In the historic district is the Jama Masjid. It may be seen from the Red Fort across the street. It integrates well into the skyline of Old Delhi. It was constructed from 1644 until 1658. Tour via rickshaw at Chandni Chowk.
(Closed on Monday) Red Fort The Prime Minister of India delivers the nation’s Independence Day address from this magnificent fort, which was constructed during the time of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. It is a magnificent structure composed of red sandstone. The Red Fort’s Diwan-e-khas, Diwan-e-am, armament museum, and sound and light display are all worthwhile stops.
Raj Ghat: Raj Ghat is a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi that is set among a verdant landscape. Gandhi’s last words, “Hey Ram,” are written in gold letters on his monument. Gandhi Memorial Museum and Gandhi Smriti Museum are two Gandhi museums located on the grounds. If you want to stay longer, there are a few additional places to see, such as Vijay Ghat in Delhi, which serves as the monument to India’s second prime minister, Lal Bahadur Shastri. He was a prominent independence fighter who was friends with Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi, among others. Also, Shanti Van, Shakti Sthal
Edwin Lutyens created the 42-meter-high India Gate, which is located on Rajpath in the heart of Delhi, in honour of the Indian troops who gave their lives in the First World War. On the arch, their names are etched. An evergreen picnic area in the middle of urban Delhi, the Amar Jawan Jyoti, an everlasting flame, burns in honour of the Unknown Soldier beneath the protection of the arch and is surrounded by lush grass, fountains, and water features.
Drive by the Parliament Building and the White House.
The 42-meter-high India Gate, which is located on Rajpath in the heart of Delhi, was created by Edwin Lutyens in honour of the Indian troops who gave their lives in the First World War. You can see their names written on the arch. Under the protection of the arch, which is surrounded by lush lawns, fountains, and water features – an evergreen picnic area in the middle of downtown Delhi – the Amar Jawan Jyoti, an everlasting flame, shines in honour of the Unknown Soldier.
DRIVE PAST THE PRESIDENT’S AND PARLIAMENTARY HOUSES
This classical structure was created by the British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens and has hues and ornamentation typical of Indian architecture. It was finished by 1929, and in 1931 it was formally opened.
Lunch is served from 12:30 to 2:30 PM at a renowned local restaurant.
Period: From (02:30 P.M to 06:30 P.M)
The mughals took their love of gardens, fountains, and water with them to Humayun’s Tomb. Haji Begum, the bereaved widow of the emperor, constructed Humayun’s Tomb in 1565 AD, the earliest complete example of Mughal architecture in India. The Taj Mahal of Agra served as the pinnacle of a new tradition of extravagant design that began with the red sandstone structure that was embellished.Humayun’s Tomb, created by the Persian architect Mirza Ghyas, departs significantly from the Persian custom of decoration using colourful tiles. The mausoleum is a square tower with a spectacular marble dome on top. It is situated in the middle of a sizable square garden that is surrounded by high walls and has doors to the south and west. The dome has a copper pinnacle on top and is 140 feet tall above the terrace’s base. (Closed on Mondays) Lotus Temple One of the most amazing structures associated with the Baha’i faith is Lotus Temple. It is located in the nearby city of Kalkaji.
The temple was built to look like a lotus flower. Marble, dolomite, cement, and sand were used to create the enormous lotus flower. The temple is accessible to individuals of all religions and does not place any limitations on its visitors.
The 72.5-meter-tall Qutub Minar, which was erected in 1199 under the rule of Sultan Qutub-ud-din Aibak, is a representation of the Delhi Sultanate. The remains of Kila Ri Pithora, Prithviraj Chauhan’s fort, and a remarkable iron pillar from the Gupta era that hasn’t corroded yet are all visible close by.
The Lotus Temple is a Bahai House of Worship that was finished in 1986 and is situated in New Delhi, India. It is known for having a form like a flower and serves as the Mother Temple of the Indian subcontinent. It has gained popularity as a tourist destination in the area. Countless architectural awards have been given to the Lotus Temple, which has also been the subject of numerous newspaper and magazine stories.
DRIVE PAST: The diplomatic district and Laxmi Narayan Temple.
Price: Above price The cost of the sightseeing trip, which includes admission to the sites, an English-speaking tour guide, and lunch at a buffet, is 6800 INR per person ( Per person price on double occupancy )
Starting at 2400INR per person with a vehicle and driver only (per person price on double occupancy)
Note : All Delhi Sightseeing trips may be customised to your preferences. You may choose which monuments to include or exclude. can also alter the time.