• Delhi - New Delhi  : Same Day

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Departure :  09:00:00Am    Return  :  6:00:00Pm

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Bus type:- 45 Seater A/c coach [ AC ]
Category Jan 2018  To Dec 2018 ,
Adult Rs. 300.00
Child Rs. 300.00

Daily Dep. 9.00Am Arr.6.30 Pm Monday Closed
Rate:- Tata A/c coach Rs.300/- Per Person
Places Covered:- Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Shantivan, Rajghat, India Gate, Birla Temple, Indira Gandhi Memorial. & Teen Murti (Nehru Museum)
Must Carry your I'd Proof For Entry in Monuments.
Fare Include :- Bus and Guide Only.

Delhi is the capital of India where one can find fine blend of traditional and cosmopolitan culture. It is the place, which has both historical as well as political importance. The capital city has been hot tourist attraction center due to several reasons. If you are planning your trip at this place you must be aware of geography, demography, and other facts about this place to make your stay more easy and comfortable. Delhi is surrounded by two Hindi speaking states Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. The city is also flourish business center of northern India. If we talk about culture and rituals of the city one can find people following different languages, religions, culture, rituals, or we can say Delhi is a mini showcase of whole India. 

Delhi - New Delhi Tour

Rate:- Rs.300/- Per Person                                    Daily 9 Hours Tour

Dep. 09:30AM

From Rama Krishna Ashram Metro Station

1. Qutab Minar 35 Minutes

2. Lotus Temple 45 Minutes

3. Raj Ghat 30 Minutes

4. Shakti Sthal, Veer bhumi and Shantivan 30 Minutes

5. India Gate 25 Minutes

Lunch Break Arr. 2:00PM. Dep. 2:30PM.

6. Parliament House #

7. Rashtrapati Bhawan 30 Minutes for Photo Session

8. Birla Mandir 30 Minutes

9. Teen Murti Bhawan 30 Minutes

10.Indira Museum 30 Minutes


Tour Monday Closed

By pass Only #

Tour Concludes Arr.06:30PM

Place Covered

Qutub Minar is located at Mehrauli in south Delhi. The monument was built by Qutub-ud-din Aibak during his slave dynasty. It made of red sandstone and its sky climbing height is 72.5 meters. The monument was constructed in medieval period of India. The monument still looks great and attract tourist from different corners of world

Red Fort was built by Shah Jahan when he wanted to make Delhi as the capital of his empire. The monument was constructed within short period of time of eight years. It is the first monument of Delhi made of red sandstone. It represents great architectural excellence of ancient time. Now at this fort every year on 15th August Indian Prime Minister host the national flag for celebrating Independence Day.

India Gate: It is place that constructed during British rule in the honor soldiers who have sacrificed their life in Afghan and 1st World War. India Gate is surrounded by large garden and the Raj Path here. At this place every year on Republic Day a grand parade is organized, which attracts several tourists

Lotus Temple: It is the most beautiful Bahá'í Temple in the world. The temple looks like lotus and one can witness huge crowd of tourist coming from different corners of the world at this place. Here one can experience great peace of mind.

Raj Ghat: It the place where one can remember Father of Nation of India Mahatma Gandhi. It the final resting place of Mahatma Gandhi and every year thousands of tourists visit to see the beauty of the place and to homage to Mahatma Gandhi.

Laxmi Narayan Temple: The temple is great place for Hindu devotees and one can find people from other religions also visiting the place to see its beauty. The temple was constructed by B. R. Birla and was inaugurated by Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi

Indira Museum was the residence of former Prime Minister of India, Mrs Indira Gandhi. This residence has turned into a museum displaying her personal effects, including the bloodstainedsaree, she was wearing during the assassination. Indira Museum also attracts tourists who want to view the royal lifestyle of The Iron Lady.

Teen Murti Bhawanis the residence of India’s 1st prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Various houses of Teen MurtiBhawan including the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library are some of the tourist destinations of India.

Rashtrapati Bhawan is a multi dimensional, vast mansion building is the official home of the largest democracy of the world. The residential room of the president has 300+ rooms for guests & offices. Mughal garden inside RashtrapatiBhawan is open for tourists during the month of February.