Private Guided Full Day Delhi Sightseeing
Duration: 1 Day
This is the most exciting full day tour for Delhi, which includes a full day Delhi sightseeing tour in which you can see congested and chaotic streets of Old Delhi to big and orderly streets of New Delhi to a huge govt building in Central Delhi. Tour starts at 9am when our driver and guide report at your pre booked hotel within Delhi or Pick you up from Delhi airport or Delhi railway station. Post meet and greet go for Delhi sightseeing tour by visiting
India Gate :- First stop on your Delhi tour package, India Gate which is 42meters in height and a stone arch of triumph. It is a war memorial dedicated to Indian army soldiers who lost their life from 1914 - 1921 in WW1, the North-West Frontiers operations and the 1919 Afghan Blunder. Today it is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Delhi.
Rashpati Bhawan (President House) is the 2nd stop on your delhi tours, which is an official residence of the President of India and situated on Raisina hills. Spread over more than 320 acres of land it is regarded as the Largest official residence of any head of the state in the world. Architect of this iconic residence was Edwin Lutyens. The Presidential palace has 4 floors and 340 rooms.
Jama Masjid is the 3rd on your Old Delhi tour you may go for Old Delhi Rickshaw tour, this Mosque is regarded as the largest mosque in India, it was constructed by Mughal king Shah Jahan from 1650 to 1656 AD, Mosque has three gates and two minarets which are 40 metres high, red sandstone and white marble are used to construct this mosque, At a time more than 25000 people can pray at a time. This is one of the famous historical monuments of Delhi and one of the most visited monuments in Old Delhi.
Chandni Chowk:- is the one of the major streets of old Delhi and Old Delhi is totally in contrast to the wide and orderly streets of New Delhi. In Old Delhi you will find Cars, bikes, Cycle Rickshaw, Hand Pulled Cards , Animals, Tuk Tuk, Pedestrians all working hard for space. Now you will change a lot of things after the government started redevelopment of the Old Delhi area. Chandi Chowk is the most famous oldest and busiest market street of India. Its narrow lanes market houses several wholesalers of inexpensive Jewelry shops, fabrics, electronics and many more. Chandi Chowk is the best place for food tours in Delhi famous for its tasty street foods.
Red Fort :- This iconic fort in Old Delhi is the next stop on your Delhi tuk tuk tours, You can stop here for photo ops, This fort was the official residence of Mughals after 1638. Each year on the independence day of India the PM of India hoist the flag here at the main gate of this fort. The Red Fort of Delhi is a UNESCO world Heritage site in Delhi from 2007.
Raj Ghat :- is memorial place for Mahatma Gandhi, This is the place where the father of the Nation was cremated; it is marked by a black stone platform in an open complex, to mark respect to Gandhiji a flame constantly burns at one of the ends. Apart from Mahatma Gandhi you will memorial for other former Prime Ministers of India in adjacent plots. Name derived as the Raj Ghat was the name of one of the old gates that existed in the walled city of Delhi commonly known as Shahjahanabad.
Laxmi Narayan Temple:- Constructed in 1938 by the renowned Industrialist G.D. Birla, it is one of the important and beautiful built temples in Delhi and is located in Central part of Delhi Connaught Place. This temple has idols of all gods but it is majorly dedicated to Goddess Laxmi and her Husband Narayana. This iconic temple was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi on the agreement that people coming from all the castes shall be allowed to enter the temple.
Humayun Tomb was built by the wife of Humayun, Haji Begum in the mid 16th century and it was designed by Mirak Mirza Ghiyas and his son. The Massive tomb has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Delhi since 1993. This red sand stone structure that is treated to be the predecessor of the beautiful Taj Mahal. The structure is one of the best examples of The Mughal Architecture in India.
Lotus Temple is a Bahai temple in Delhi, this house of worship was constructed in 1986 it is designed in the shape of a big Lotus flower. Lotus temple is a major tourist attraction in Delhi and it is open for all people regardless of their religions.
Qutub Minar :- is last but not least Qutub Minar is one the important tourist place in Delhi and today's Qutub Minar is result of construction by three muslim ruler from three different dynasty started by Qutub-ud-Din Aibak in 1193, Qutub Minar is a UNESCO world heritage site in Delhi from 1993 and it is 72 meters in height. Another place to visit within Qutub Minar is Iron Pillar which is 16 inches in diameter and 23ft 8inches in height, it was built by Chandragpta it is popular for being made of metals which are rust-resistant.
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- Private Full day Delhi Sightseeing
- Private tour with an expert guide ensures a more personalized and flexible experience
- Transport by air-conditioned vehicle included
- Juice + Snacks during the tour
- See at least four World Heritage sites: Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb, and the Red Fort
- Drive by important government buildings and stop at India Gate
- Hotel Pick up and Drop off
- English Speaking Guide.
- 01 Bottle water per person
- Personal expenses such as table drinks telephone calls or tip etc.
- Any additional expenses caused by disturbance in program due to weather conditions, sickness, natural disasters, riots etc.
- Liability for or insurance against injury, loss of life, accidents or loss of goods.
- Camera Fees.
- Monument Fee to the places visited as per the itinerary.
**All tours are organised and managed by government authorised travel agency and guides. Ghum India Ghum is registered with Government of Delhi(India) under act 1932 no. 9 and Also registered under Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India & Tourism Department of India.