A fascinating introduction to Delhi's incredible sights
Palatial splendor & lush gardens in the mighty Red Fort
Witness Chandni Chowk vibrant bazaar
Gandhi's solemn memorial & the mysterious Qutb Minar complex
Sparkling golden domes of a sacred Sikh temple
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Old and New Delhi
Roundtrip transportation to and from your central Delhi hotel via air-conditioned vehicle
All presently applicable taxes
All service taxes
Meals and beverages
Know Before You Book
Children 2 and younger are complimentary.
Maximum vehicle size is 6 passengers.
Hotel pickup is included for hotels in central Delhi; if your hotel falls outside this area you may need to pay a supplement for hotel pickup. You will be informed of any supplement when you call to confirm your reservation after booking.
Please be ready and waiting in your hotel lobby 15 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time.
What you can expect
Pick up at 0900hrs from hotel located in Delhi city center. You will met by your guide and you can take advantage of the personalized service of a private guide on a comprehensive overview of Delhi's incredible sights. Your fascinating route includes such landmarks as the majestic Red Fort, Gandhi's solemn memorial, and the ancient Qutb Minar complex.
A truly multidimensional metropolis, Delhi is full of wonders. Let a local guide navigate you through the concoction of sights and sounds of the vast Indian capital. Your first stop is the walled city of Old Delhi, where you visit the mighty Jama Masjid mosque, the largest of the country.
Continue to the magnificent Red Fort and admire the splendor as you stroll through palatial buildings and landscaped gardens. A thrilling rickshaw drive takes you through the vibrant Chandin Chowk bazaar, followed by a visit to the simple black marble memorial of Mahatma Gandhi in the Raj Ghat.
The afternoon finds you in New Delhi, where further discoveries await. The 12th-century Qutb Minar stands 239 feet (73 m) tall over a mysterious complex of ruins, one of the 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites visited on your tour.
Next, be awestruck by the gracious Mughal architectural features at the imposing tomb of Emperor Humayun. Drive by landmarks like India Gate, Parliament House, and the Viceroy's Palace to arrive at the sparkling golden domes of Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, a sacred place of Sikh religious worship.
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