- Morning meeting at the hotel lobby at 9 am
- Explain the day's tour of Delhi in two stages/parts morning and evening. Totalling 8 hrs including the lunch time.
Explore Delhi in the morning and evening.
Must see places include
- 2 World heritage sites ( Qutub Minar & Humayun's Tomb)
- Government and historical building sites while passing through.
- Temples ( Laxminarayan Temple)
- National museum (optional)
- other sites at clients needs, if time permits.
- Market areas.
New Delhi and Old Delhi
- Stage one morning before lunch can be Old Delhi
- Stage two Afternoon/evening after lunch can be New Delhi
This is a 12th century tower in South Delhi. We spend an hour see the interesting spots within the complex. It is a world heritage site.
This is a 16th Century tomb built by the wife of the 2nd emperor soon after his death. This tomb served as an inspiration for the 5th emperor to build Taj Mahal. You may call this as red Taj Mahal. or as a replica for 5th emperor to build Taj Mahal.
We spend 30 to 40 minutes.
We visit old delhi market called chandni chowk, which was designed around mid 17th century.
This is a hindu temple built in 1938 by a business family. The temple give a glimpse of Hinduism, which is a major religion and the guest can understand the psyche of India's spiritual and cultural togetherness. Worth a visit.
Guide fee, hotel pick up.
Transportation cost not included. No lunch included. NO driver tips or guide tip included. Entrance fees to sight seeing places.
As above, within New Delhi and other places I can guide, if guide fees, boarding & lodging, transportation are paid.
The customer will be briefed in detail as the tour progresses and will be well informed of the people, the cultural diversity. The guests queries will be answered to the best of the my ability. The mentioned sight seeing places above is not restricted and may include more as per the time availability and the traffic conditions. Assuring each and every customer that he will go back with fond memories of Delhi and satisfied. God willing he may come back again, which I always wish for.