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DELHI PRIVATE DAY TOUR
Tour Timings : 09:00 Am till 06:00 Pm
Tour Cost : Usd 50 Per Person
Cost Includes : A/C Car with Chauffer, English Speaking Tour Guide, Monument Tickets, Buffet Lunch in Good Local Restaurant, 1 Liter Mineral Water Each Person rickshaw Ride in ChandniChawk.
Lunch Timing : 01:00 Pm to 02:00 Pm
Cost Excludes : Accommodation in Delhi, Tip to Tour Guide & Driver, Any Soft or Hard Drinks during Lunch, Any other service not mentioned above
09:00 Am: Morning you will be picked-up from your hotel in Delhi by our Tour Guide & Driver and taken for the private combined day tour of New & Old Delhi. We will start with the Old Delhi to show you Raj Ghat , Red Fort & Jama Mosque. Here you will be provided Bicycle Rickshaw Ride in the narrow & busy streets of ChandniChawk area to show you the business of Old Part of Capital City.
01:00 Pm to 02:00 Pm: After Old Delhi Tour you will be taken for the Lunch in Good Restaurant where you will be provided a lavish range of buffet veg & non-veg meals.
02:00 Pm: After a delightful Lunch you will be taken now for the New Delhi Tour and you will be show the monuments like Humanyu's Tomb, Lotus Temple, Qutub Minar. Then you will be provided drive pass through the important Government Buildings like India Gate, President Palace and Parliament House of India. In Government Buildings you cannot enter due to security reasons but you will be provided sufficient time to take the pictures from outside. In the end we will take you to show you some important temples of Delhi like Birla Temple & Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple. Lastly you will be provided some free time in local markets for shopping at your own.
06:00 Pm: You will be provided drop at your hotel in Delhi & it's time to say Good bye to tour guide & driver on successful conclusion of your private day tour of capital city.
Some Brief Information about our Tour Highlights:
Raj Ghat: Raj Ghat Is located on the banks of Yamuna River and was built as a cenotaph for honouring Mahatma Gandhi. There is a grave black marble podium at this site which is the spot of cremation of Mahatma Gandhi done on 31st January 1948. It also has an abiding flame at one end and a stone footpath with lawns on the either sides. These lawns lead to the enclosed space having the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi with the epitaph 'Hey Ram'. This place is situated on the ring road which is officially known as Mahatma Gandhi Road.
Red Fort: Red Fort is the most popular tourist destination in Delhi and is located near ChandniChowk in Old Delhi. It is called Red Fort because it is made of red stone. It came into existence when the Mughal capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi in 1638. This fort is the best living example to India's history and witness to the struggle for freedom.
Jama Mosque: The architectural design of Jama Mosque has key segments such as; three gates, two minarets - 40 meters in height and four towers. Constructed with red sand stone and white marbles bearing stripes of black color, the minarets are the focal points of this mosque. On top of the minarets a person can experience and exhilarating view of Meena bazaar. As a part of ritual, Namaz is recited on Fridays in the prayer hall of Jama Mosque.
Humayan's Tomb: The most perfectly proportioned and captivating of Delhi's mausoleums, Humayan's tomb seems to float above the gardens that surround it. Built in the mid-16th century by Haji Begum, the Persian-born senior wife of the Mughal emperor Humayun, the tomb brings together Persian and Mughal elements, creating a template that strongly influenced the Taj Mahal.
Lotus Temple: The Lotus Temple is one of the major attractions in Delhi. Built during the later half of the 20th century, Lotus Temple is better known as a mecca for visitors traveling from all across the world. The temple adequately depicts an independent area fit for praying for all the religions, caste and community. Unlike the other temples in the globe, the Lotus Temple holds no idol of God or Goddesses. Now that is what makes it worthwhile and significant.
Qutub Minar: The minar (tower) was built in the year 1212 A.D and stands at a height of 72.5 mtrs in the courtyard of the Quwwat-ul-Islam masjid. This is the oldest historical monument in Delhi and is a must for any visitor to this city.
India Gate: India Gate of Delhi is a 42 meter high gateway located at Rajpath, New Delhi. Also known as the 'All India War Memorial', the India Gate was planned by Sir Edwin Lutyens, who designed the New Delhi city. The foundation stone of India Gate of Delhi was laid by the Duke of Connaught. The construction of India Gate of Delhi was completed in February 1921. India Gate in Delhi is constructed as a memorial in honor of 90,000 soldiers who sacrificed their lives during World War I. 'Amar JawanJyoti' or the flame of the immortal warrior is burning under it since 1971.
Presidential Palace: Presidential Palace spread over 130 hectares in the heart of this capital city, has become a more accessible place for tourists and common people of India. The interiors were a revelation. The grand British-style decor and the furniture have been spruced up in a mega restoration drive to bring Presidential Palace back to its original glory. The main library is the focus of the restoration drive. Nearly 24,000 books and manuscripts .
Parliament House: Parliament House is a monument representing 'The People of India'. Also known as Sansad Bhawan, the Parliament House in Delhi is the hub of political activity of India. This superstructure located at Sansad Marg cannot be missed from Rajpath; its surrounded by lush, sprawling lawns, soothing water fountains & a national flag, flowing in the light breeze This beautiful circular structure is a landmark example of the British architectural marvel. Designed by Herbert Baker, the circular colonnaded structure was originally known as the Circular House, when it was opened in 1927.