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PACKAGE FARES PER VEHICLE
Fixed Itinerary: Qutub Minar, Humayun's Tomb, Red Fort, Jantar Mantar, drive through Parliament House, Rashtrapathi Bhavan and India Gate without stops, Teen Murthi Bhavan, Indira Gandhi Memorial, Gandhi Smriti, and Purana Qila
Timings: 9.00 am to 9.00 pm.
Inclusions: Fares include driver charges, pick up and drop back to residence / hotel (only one location; additional charges applicable for multiple locations).
Exclusions: Entry fees at places of visit, parking and toll charges additional.
Pickup Location Delhi - South Central Noida / Gurgaon / Shahdara, Mayur Vihar, Patparganj , Laxmi nagar Rohini, Pitampura, Wazirabad, Gopalpur, Rajendra nagar, Shalimar Gardens, Indrapuram
Fares Per Vehicle
Tata Indigo Ac
(4 seater)
Rs.3000 Rs.3300 Rs.3600
Toyota Etios Ac
(4 seater)
Rs.3610 Rs.4010 Rs.4410
Toyota Innova Ac
(6 seater)
Rs.4130 Rs.4570 Rs.5000
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IMPORTANT - Please Note the following:

  • Fares mentioned above are for per vehicle basis and not per person basis.
  • Additional charges for exceeding kms and hours are: For Indigo Ac, Rs.10/km and Rs.100/hour. For Etios, Rs.12/km and Rs.120/hour. For Innova Ac, Rs.13.5/km and Rs.135/hour. 
  • Slab 1 areas: Delhi City - South & Central Delhi localities.
  • Slab 2 areas: Gurgaon, Noida, Shahdara, Mayur Vihar, Patparganj, Laxmi nagar
  • Slab 3 areas: Rohini, Pitampura, Wazirabad, Gopalpur, Rajendra nagar, Shalimar Gardens, Indrapuram
  • Only One Pickup & Drop off location. No multiple pick-ups from different locations.
  • Terms & Conditions Apply. Also see inclusions & exclusions for more details.


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    What Next??


    1) Pay securely online through CC Avenue, (India’s largest payment gateway).

    2) Receive Email & SMS confirmation of BRN (booking reference number).

    3) Receive Driver details by SMS & email 2 hours prior to journey.

    4) Present Printout to Cab Driver & Enjoy your Trip.


    Delhi Darshan - Places Covered


    Delhi Darshan places covered are:
    Qutub Minar, Humayun's Tomb, Red Fort, Jantar Mantar, Parliament House (drive through), Rashtrapathi Bhavan (drive through), India Gate (drive through), Teen Murti Bhawan, Indira Gandhi Memorial, Gandhi Smriti, and Purana Qila. Please Note on Mondays some places will not be covered as they will be closed (more details below).

    Delhi City Tour - Timings

    Delhi City Tour Pick-up Time: 9:00 a.m.
    Delhi City Tour Drop-back Time: 9:00 p.m. 

    Additional Charges for Deviations


    Additional charges as indicated below will apply in case you retain the vehicle beyond the package timings or if there are multiple pick up and drops enroute. Or if there is a deviation in the suggested itinerary. The package charges are for pick up and drop back at one location only.
    • For Indigo, Rs.10/km and Rs.100/hour.
    • For Etios, Rs.12/km and Rs.120/hour.
    • For Innova Ac, Rs.13.5/km and Rs.135/hour.

     

    Delhi Darshan - Package Inclusions:


    Delhi Darshan Package includes:
    + Pickup and drop to Hotel / Residence.
    + Vehicle hire, fuel, driver charges and interstate taxes.
    + Pick up from and drop off at your place of residence.
    + All car rental charges for travel of a distance upto 100 kms & 11 hours only.
    + The route or sequence of viewing of Delhi Sightseeing Places cannot be changed.

    Kindly Note:
    Guests are requested to plan their time for the itinerary of the day, the driver or taxiGUIDE.in will not be responsible for any inability to cover all the items on the itinerary due to delays / extra time spent in any place visited.

    Please note that if a particular Attraction is closed on a specific day, it will not be covered from the list of places to visit.
     

    Delhi Sightseeing Tour - Exclusions:


    Delhi Sightseeing Tour Does not include :
    - Boarding (Food) and Lodging (Accommodation).
    - Guide charges (Guests have to engage Guides on their own if required).
    - Parking and entry charges at each Delhi Sightseeing Place.
    - Highway Toll charges along sections of the highway.
    - Car Rental charges for beyond the itinerary route and hours provided.
    - Route change is not allowed and stopping for dinner, etc will be charged extra.

    Other Terms and Conditions:

    Delhi Sightseeing Tour is not customizable. You may choose to avoid visiting one or more places from this itinerary.

    For further terms and conditions, please visit:
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    Delhi Sightseeing Tours - Guide for a Memorable Trip


     Delhi Sightseeing Tours - Guide for a Memorable Trip provides you with details of the places to visit, must do & must see things and also time recommendations.

    Places of Visit Must See / Do Things Timings Closed On Suggested Duration Plan to Depart By Entry Fees
    Qutub Minar Qutub Minar’s balconies with elaborate inscriptions.
    Iron Pillar a metallurgical wonder has Brahmi script inscriptions dating back to 4th century.
    Alai Darwaza the oldest gate of Delhi, has exquisite carvings in the white marble inlays.
    9:00 am to 5:00 pm Open on all days 45 mins 9:45 am Indians Rs.10 & foriegners Rs.250.
    Humayun's Tomb Indo-Islamic architecture of the tomb - 1st in India.
    Char Bagh Garden, the largest in Asia at the time.
    9:00 am to 5:00 pm Open on all days. 30 mins 11:00 am Indians Rs.10 & Foreigners Rs.250.
    Red Fort Diwan-e-Aam, built with wide arches and royal throne stands under a marble canopy.
    Diwan-e-Khas, studded with rich engrailed arches, pillars decorated with floral inlays, gilded and painted and housed the famous Peacock Throne.
    9:00 am to 5:00 p.m Open on all days 60 mins 12:30 pm Indians Rs.10 & Foreigners Rs.250.
    Jantar Mantar Samrat Yantra - the large sun dial with a time accuracy of about 2 seconds. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Open on all days. 30 mins 1:30 pm Indians Rs.10 & Foreigners Rs.250.
    Drive Through: Parliament House, Rashtrapathi Bhavan and India Gate (No Stops)
    Lunch (NOT COMPLIMENTARY) 30 to 45 mins - Suggested Restaurants: Nirulas (Multi Cuisine) near CP; Saravana Bhavan (South Indian Cuisine – Vegetarian) near CP; India Coffee House (Indian Vegetarian) near CP; Andhra Bhavan (South Indian Cuisine – Non Vegetarian) near India Gate.
    Teen Murti Bhavan War Memorial column with the 3 soldiers
    Pandit Nehru relics at the museum.
    10.00 am to 6.00 pm Closed on Mondays 30 mins 3:15 pm Free Entry
    Indira Gandhi Memorial Indira Gandhi relics at the museum & assasination spot
    Rajiv Gandhi relics at the museum
    10.00 am to 6.00 pm Closed on Mondays 30 mins 4.00 pm Free Entry
    Gandhi Smrithi Mahatma Gandhi relics at the museum
    Martyr's column - where Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated.
    10.00 am to 6.00 pm Closed on Mondays and 2nd Tuesdays 30 mins 4.45 pm Indians Rs.5 & Foriegners Rs.100.
    Purana Qila Bara Darwaza & Humyun's Library 9.00 am to 6.00 pm Open on all days 30 mins 6.00 pm Indians Rs.5 & Foriegners Rs.100.
    Boating at the Purana Qila Lake 12.00 pm to 7.00 pm Open on all days. 45 Mins 6.45 pm Rs.40 for 30 mins
    Sound and Light Show at the Purana Qila 7.00 pm to 10.00 pm Open on all days. 60 Mins 8.00 pm Rs.80/Adult & Rs.40/Child

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    Qutub Minar


    Qutub Minar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is the tallest minaret in India. Construction of Qutub Minar was started in 1192 by Qutub-ud-din Aibak, his successor Iltutmush added 3 more sections and Firoz Shah Tughlak added two more sections in 1368. The 72.5 meter tall minaret is built of red sandstone and marble, this victory tower was used as a watch tower. Qutub Minar was repaired by Firoz Shah Tughluq (Late 1300s) and Sikandar Lodi ( early 1500s). Qutub Minar was built on the ruins of Lal Kot or the Red Fortress, in the then city of Dillika – the capital of the last Hindu Rulers Tomars and Chauhans of Delhi. The 7 meter tall Iron Pillar in the Qutub Complex is an alloy made of many metals and has Sanskrit inscriptions in Brahmi script dating back to the 4th Century.

    Qutub Minar Timings: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Open on all days.

    Qutub Minar Entry Fees: Indians Rs. 10 & Foreigners Rs.250.

     

    Qutub Minar




    Humayun's Tomb




     

    Humayun's Tomb


    Humayun’s Tomb was the first Persian architecture building with surrounding gardens to come up during the Mughal era and marked the beginning of building large exquisite tombs for the erstwhile emperors. This gave birth to Indo-Islamic architecture which is dominant in the architecture of the Mughal era. Humayun’s tomb was build in the center of fours parts of a quadrilateral garden known as the Char Bagh Garden – it was the largest garden in Asia at the time covering an area of 30 acres.

    Humayun’s Tomb Timings: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Open on all days.

    Humayun’s Tomb Entry Fees: Indians Rs. 10 & Foreigners Rs.250.

    Red Fort


    Red Fort or Lal Kila was built by Emperor Shahjahan in 1638 and the transfer of the Capital of Mughal Empire from Agra to Delhi. The Red Fort with 13 gates extends to 2 kms, with walls ranging from a height of 18 feet facing the river Yamuna to 33 feet facing the city of Delhi. The walls of the Red Fort are built from the red sandstone – thus acquiring its name Lal Kila or Red Fort. Diwan-e-Aam – the Hall for Public Audience of the Emperor is built with wide arches and royal throne stands under a marble canopy. Diwan-e-Khas – Hall for Private Audience of the Emperor is studded with rich engrailed arches and the lower parts of the pillars are decorated with floral inlays with the upper part gilded and painted. The marble platform in Diwan-e-Khas carried the famous Peacock Throne. The Red Fort houses 2 museums - Indian War Memorial Museum (top floor of Naqqar-Khana ('Drum-house') at the entrance to the Diwan-e-Aam) and Mumtaz-Mahal an imperial seraglio houses the Delhi Fort Museum.

    Red Fort Timings: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Open on all days.

    Red Fort Entry Fees: Indians Rs. 10 & Foreigners Rs.250.

     

    Red Fort




    Jantar Mantar


    Jantar Mantar is a collection of 13 astronomical instruments built in 1724 by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur at the instance of the then Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah for revising the calendar and astronomical tables. The individual astronomical instruments were designed by Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur II except the Mishra Yantra which was brought by the Mughals to indicate noon in various cities across the globe. Samrat Yantra is a large sun dial with the accuracy of about 2 seconds. Jai Prakash Yantra shows the sun's position at the time of equinox.

    Jantar Mantar Timings: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Open on all days.

    Jantar Mantar Entry Fees: Indians Rs. 10 & Foreigners Rs.100.

     

    Teen Murti Bhawan


    Teen Murti Bhavan built in 1930 as part of the Imperial Capital of India by the British as the official residence of The Commander in Chief of the British Indian Army. After Indian Independence this was converted into the official residence of the 1st Prime Minister of India – Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Teen Murti Bhavan gets its name from the War Memorial in the front of the building which has 3 Indian Soldiers in the memory of the Soldiers who lost their lives from the three princely states of Mysore, Jodhpur and Hyderabad in World War I. On the death of Pandit Nehru Teen Murti Bhavan was converted into a museum.

    Teen Murti Bhavan Timings: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Closed on Mondays.

    Teen Murti Bhavan Entry Fees: Free Entry

    Parliament House (Drive Through )


    Parliament House or Sansad Bhavan was completed in 1927. It was used by the British until 15th August 1947 and now is home for the 2 houses – Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha – the beacons of Indian Democracy.

     

    Rashtrapathi Bhavan (Drive Through )


    Rashtrapathi Bhavan is the official residence of the President of India. It was built by the British in India as the official residence of the Viceroy of India and was completed in 1929. Rashtrapathi Bhavan has 340 rooms, 37 salons, 74 lobbies, 18 staircases, 37 fountains and is built on a 320 acres plot including Mughal Gardens and staff quarters.

    India Gate (Drive Through )


    India Gate was built in 1931 as a war memorial for the 90,000 soldiers of the British Indian Army who lost their lives in World War I and the 3rd Anglo-Afghan War. The names of the soldiers are engraved all over the gate. Post Independence India Gate is the Indian Army’s monument for the Unknown Soldier – known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.

     

    Indira Gandhi Memorial


    Indira Gandhi Memorial was the erstwhile residence of Indira Gandhi the then Prime Minister of India, now converted into a memorial and a museum. Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum displays artifacts, photographs and newspaper articles, as well as personal belongings, including the blood-stained sari Indira Gandhi was wearing 1984, when she was assassinated. The Museum also has a section on Rajiv Gandhi (son of Indira Gandhi) who was as well assassinated in 1991. The memorial place where Indira Gandhi was assassinated is marked with the last footsteps she took.

    Indira Gandhi Memorial Timings: 9:30 am to 4:45 pm. Closed on Mondays.

    Indira Gandhi Memorial Entry Fees: Free Entry

    Purana Qila


    Purana Qila is the oldest known building in Delhi. The fort was renovated by Humayun in 1533. Purana Qila exists on the same site of Indraprastha, believed to be the 5000 year old capital of Pandavas. Recorded history can be traced to a village called Indrapat, in existence till 1913 on site. Recent excavations have revealed grey painted ware dating back to 1000 BC, putting the history of the site to 3000 years. Sher Shah Suri defeated Humayun, captured Delhi and renovated the Purana Qila in 1540s. His successor Islam Shah shifted the capital to Gwalior and Delhi was left to his Hindu General Hemu, who was busy quelling a rebellion in Bengal. Humayun seized the opportunity to recapture Delhi in 1555. Hemu returned to defeat the armies of Akbar to recapture Delhi and was crowned Emperor in Purana Qila in 1556. Akbar defeated Hemu to recapture Delhi in Nov 1556. Purana Qila has proved inauspicious for its emperors – Humayun, Sher Shah Suri and Hemu, died within brief periods as rulers who captured the fort. Akbar shifted his capital to Agra and his son Shahjahan shifted back to Delhi – but built himself a new fort – Lal Qila or Red Fort, thus bring an end to Purana Qila being the seat of power.

    Purana Qila Timings: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Closed on Mondays.

    Purana Qila Entry Fees: Indians Rs. 5 & Foreigners Rs.100.

     

    Purana Qila




    Purana Qila - Lake and Sound and Light Show


    Purana Qila lake plays host to water sports – leisurely Shikara / boat rides to speeding water scooters.

    Purana Qila Water Sports Timings:
     
    Winters: Sept. to Jan. 12:00 – 7:00 pm
    Summers: Feb. to Aug. 11:00 – 6:00 pm


    Purana Qila has a Sound and Light Show that traces the history of Delhi City over five thousand years.

    Purana Qila Sound and Light Show Entry Fares: Rs.80/Adult & Rs.40/Child.
    Tickets are available online at http://www.theashokgroup.com/index.php?option=com_circulars&view=lshow and at the Ticket Counter at the venue (one hour prior to the show).

    Purana Qila Sound and Light Show Timings:
    Show Timings Hindi | English (Extra Charges Apply*)
    Sept. to Oct. 7:00 – 8:00 pm | 8:30 – 9:30 pm
    Nov. to Jan. 6:00 – 7:00 pm | 7:30 – 8:30 pm
    Feb. to Apr. 7:00 – 8:00 pm | 8:30 – 9:30 pm
    May to Aug. 7:30 – 8:30 pm | 9:00 – 10:00 pm
    *Kindly note: Delhi Darshan Tour covers only the Hindi Show Timings, Guests viewing the English Show will have to pay extra for the additional time spent.

     

    Gandhi Smriti


    Gandhi Smriti is the museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. This building was known as the Birla House – the family residence of the business tycoons the Birlas. Mahatma Gandhi spent his last 6 months in this house and was assassinated in the way to a prayer in the adjacent gardens. The museum contains artifacts associated with Mahatma Gandhi and the adjacent prayer grounds where he was assassinated is marked by a Martyrs Column.

    Gandhi Smriti Timings: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm. Closed on Mondays.

    Gandhi Smriti Entry Fees: Free Entry

    Delhi Sightseeing


    Delhi Local Sightseeing tops the must do list of every traveler. Delhi has been the seat of power for several rulers and many empires. The city's importance lies not just in its past glory as the seat of empires and magnificent monuments, but also in the rich and diverse cultures. Delhi has been the political hub of India. Delhi portrays the new face of contemporary Indian society, where the glorious past is intertwined to the fabrics of modernism. Elegantly designed buildings, which reveals the architectural brilliance of the British architecture. Today’s Delhi is a perfect blend of tradition, culture, power and politics. One would not get a fine place than this to have a clear picture of Indian society.Delhi presents the sophisticated facilities of communications and travel. The best time to visit Delhi is from October to March when the weather is at its best. During this period flowers are at their blooming best and the weather is pleasant.

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