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50 Best Places to Visit in Delhi

 

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    • Almost all of us are confused to pick one out of best places to visit in Delhi, as this vibrant city is known for providing tourists excatly what they are looking for. There is always a history buff in all of us which is dying to come out at one point or another. Let the glimpse of history touch your soul, the political aura make you powerful and the winds of north tingle your spine. The numerous places to see in Delhi will not only captivate you but will also leave you astounded with its vibrant culture. 

      Historical Places in visit in Delhi:

       - Red Fort
       - India Gate
       - Qutub Minar
       - Jantar Mantar
       - Akshardham Temple 

      Places to visit with Family:

      - Bahai (Lotus) Temple 
      Nehru Planetarium
      - Lodi Gardens
      - Garden of Five Senses

      Shopping Places in Delhi

      Connaught Place
      - Chandni Chowk
      - Hauzkhas

      There are a lot of places that you can visit while you are in Delhi. This place is a haven for the shop lovers where they can buy anything to everything. Also Delhi is blessed with an array of historical sites, beautiful temples, and architectural ruins. Closy by hill stations make an ideal spot for weekend getaway for stressed out Delhi people.

    • Must Visit Places in Delhi

    • 01Red Fort

      Home to Mughal Emperors for nearly 200 years, the Red Fort or Lal Kila was converted to barracks for the British colonial army. The iconic landmark recognized by its red sandstone architecture has a rich set of stories dating back to India's pre-independence era. This massive time-tested fortress today is the backdrop for large scale national events such as the Republic Day and Independence Day.

      Timings: 9am – 6pm (Tuesday to Sunday)

      Entry Fee:

      • INR 10 (Indians)
      • INR 150 (foreigners)
      • Audio tour in Hindi/ English INR 60/100

      Photography: Allowed (Video INR 25)

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    • 02India Gate

      Rising 42 mts high in one end of Rajpat stands the India Gate – a symbol of pride and bravery. This outstanding stone archway instantly ignites a feeling of patriotism and thus is a major tourist place in Delhi.

      Also known by the name of All India War Memorial, this prestigious monument is a mark of respect to all those unknown soldiers who have sacrificed their lives protecting an entire nation.

      Timings: Open on all days

      Entry Fee: Free

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    • 03Akshardham Temple

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      Heralded by the Guinness World Record as the World’s Largest Comprehensive Hindu Temple, Swaminarayan Akshardham in New Delhi is an epitome of Indian culture. Akshardham is nothing short of an unforgettable experience taking every visitor close to the breathtaking beauty and grandeur of India’s ancient art, architecture, and eternal spiritual teachings.

      Various exhibitions on display take visitors through multiple journeys such as the Hall of Values, giant screen film on Discover India, and Cultural Boat Ride. Other attractions include the Circle of Life Musical Fountain (after sunset), Gardens of India, and Lotus Garden.

      Timings: Tuesday – Sunday, 9:30am – 6:30pm, closed on Monday

      Entry Fee:

      Complex Entry: Free | No Ticket

      Exhibition: Ticket (available 10am – 5pm)

      • Adults: INR 170
      • Senior Citizen: INR 125
      • Child (4-11 yrs): INR 100
      • Child (below 4yrs): Free

      Musical Fountain: Ticket

      • Adults: INR 30
      • Senior Citizen: INR 30
      • Child (4-11 yrs): INR 20
      • Child (Below 4 yrs): Free

      Photography: Not allowed. Mobile phones not allowed

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    • 04Qutab Minar

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      Qutub Minar, a soaring 73 m high tower of victory built in 1193 is one of the finest monuments in the world. An architecture reminiscent of the distinct styles from the Tughlak and Aibak dynasties that ruled Delhi stands sculptured with red sandstone in the first three storeys while the fourth and fifth are made of marble and sandstone.

      Visit Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque and make your wishes come true by circling your hands around a 7m high iron pillar enclosed within it.

      Timings: 6am – 6pm, closed on weekends

      Entry Fee: INR 10 (Indians), INR 250 (foreigners)

      Photography: Free

    • 05Jantar Mantar

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      Among most popular places to visit in Delhi is the Jantar Mantar, an ancient observatory built by Maharaja Jaisingh of Udaipur in 1794 on the main Parliament Street at Connaught Place. The instruments at Jantar Mantar are undoubtedly fascinating for their ingenuity however the high-rise buildings around have obstructed accurate observations.

      Timings: All days

      Entry Fee: INR 5 (Indians), INR 100 (foreigners)

      Photography: Free

    • 06Jama Masjid

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      India's largest mosque, Jama Masijd a sight to behold is definitely among the places to visit in Delhi. The magnum opus mosque constructed by Mughal ruler Shah Jahan stands tall at 40 ft with 4 angles, 2 minarets and can contain 25,000 devotees.

      The mosque's eye catching exterior made of red sandstone strips and marble is incredible. Marvel the view from the Southern minaret as one gets to see New Delhi's landmark buildings – the Jama Masjid, Connaught Place and Sansad Bhavan (Parliament House) in a direct line.

      Timings: 7am – 12noon, 1.30pm to 6.30pm (Open all days except during prayer hours)

      Entry Fee: Free

      Photography: Allowed at INR 200

    • 07Raj Ghat

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      Serving as the final resting ground for many of India’s greatest heroes, Delhi is also home to Raj Ghat. The black marble platform marking the spot where Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, was cremated after his assassination in 1948 still shakes up feelings of patriotism and gratitude in every Indian’s heart.

      Surrounded by a beautiful park with labeled trees planted by like Queen Elizabeth II, USA President Eisenhower, Ho Chi Minh and various others adds serenity to the memorial. Two museums dedicated to the memorials of Gandhiji, Rajiv Gandhi (Veera Bhoomi), Indira Gandhi (Shakti Sthal), Jawaharlal Nehru (Shanti Vana) and Lal Bahadur Shastri (Vijay Ghat) are also present in the vicinity.

      Timings: 6 am – 7 pm (All days)

      Entry Fee: Free

      Photography: Free

    • 08Humayun's Tomb

      omb garden has beautiful garden squares with pathways, water channels, and is also a resting ground for Mughal rulers. It was from here that the last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Jafar was captured by the British in 1857.

      Timings: All days, 6am – 6pm

      Entry Fee: Free

      Photography: Still photographs free, INR 25 for video filming.

    • 09Rashtrapati Bhawan

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      A symbol of power wherein lies the office of India’s decision makers, Parliament House or Rashtrapati Bhavan is one of the major tourist attractions in Delhi. Conceived in the Imperial Style, the Parliament House consists of an open verandah with 144 columns.

      The domed circular central hall with oak paneled walls and the three semi circular buildings are used for the Rajya Shabha and Lok Shabha meetings.

      Timings: Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm, closed on Sunday & Monday

      Entry Fee: Free but restricted to authorized persons only

      Photography: Free

    • 10Agrasen ki Baoli

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      Recognised as a protected monument by the Archaeological Survey of India, AgrasenkiBaoli (The well of Agrasen) is truly a fine example of architecture. Combined with the ingenuity of the construction and preciseness by the masters of yore, the step well temple structure will surely fill you wonder and amazement as soon as you visit this legendary tourist place in Delhi.

      While no one knows the origins of this step well structure, it is widely believed that is was constructed by the King Ugrasen during the Mahabharata Era. The well, which is amongst the few of its kind in Delhi consists of 103 steps, few of which are immersed in water. The top 3 levels of the well are visible and each of them is lined with arched niches on either sides.
    • 11Bahai (Lotus) Temple

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      The ever-popular lotus-shaped Bahai Temple in Delhi is the last of the seven major Bahai temples around the world. A mesmerizing structure made of pure white marble, standing against a lush green landscape, the lotus depicts a symbol common to all religions.

      Hence the doors of the temple remain wide open for adherents of any faith to pray and meditate. Around the blooming petals lie nine pools of water, which illuminate in natural light.

      Timings: Tuesday – Sunday, 9am – 7pm, closed on Monday

      Entry Fee: Free

      Photography: Permission required

    • 12Laxminarayan Temple (Birla Mandir)

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      Built in 1939 and inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi, Birla Mandir is in reverence to Lord Narayana and Goddess Laxmi. One of the major attractions in Delhi and frequented places, Birla Mandir is a true testimony of India’s unity in diversity philosophy. The temple is open to visitors of very faith.

      Timings: 4:30am – 1:30pm, 2:30pm – 9pm (best time to visit during morning and evening aarti)

      Entry Fee: Free

      Photography: Not allowed. Mobile phones not allowed

    • 13Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

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      Situated in the heart of Connaught Place, the present Gurdwara was once a bunglow of Mirza Raja Jai Singh – hence giving its name Bangla Sahib. A sacred place with its deep-rooted history dating back to the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, the Gurdwara is known to have saved the residents of Delhi from a severe epidemic.

      Even today, this impressive Gurdwara attracts devotees from afar to take a dip in the holy water here to heal them from suffering.

      Timings: All days of the week, 12am – 12am

      Entry Fee: Free

      Photography: Not allowed

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    • 14Nizamuddin Dargah

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      Made famous by Bollywood because of many songs shot here, The NizamuddinDargah is a symbol of honour and respect of the devotees to NizamuddinAuliya,a  Sufi Saint. This great and transcendental Sufi saint lived in Delhi between (1238- 1325 CE). The Dargah (Mausoleum) is a melting pot of all cultures as devotees arrive here irrespective of their cast, culture, colour or creed. 

      The Dargah believes in the principles of equality above all! Constructed in the Indo-Islamic tradition, the surrounding s of the Dargah are always melodious with the sound of Qawwali filling up the air. However, to see the masters singing Qawwali with true justice to their expertise, you must head to this mausoleum on Sundays and Thursdays. 

      On these days free food is also served to the devotees which is called the Langar.The shrine tomb of Amir Khusro is also located in the same premises, right next to the tomb of his master, NizamuddinAuliya.

      How to Reach: Metro –Nizammuddin– Walk/Auto

      Timings: Daylight

    • 15Jamali Kamli Mosque and Tomb

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      The JamaliKamli Mosque and tomb constitute two historical monuments that are constructed next to each other. It is estimated that the mosque dates back to around 16th Century and was consecrated under the leadership of Sikandar Lodi, Babar and Humayun who were emperors of the Mughal dynasty. The Jamli tomb was erected in honour of a renowned saint called ShaikhFazlu’llah who was also called by the name ShaikhJamaliKamboh. Kamali, however, was a commoner who was Jamali’s companion. 

      The lineage of Kamali is not known. However, they are buried next to each other which led to the tomb being called by that name.Built with sandstone and marble, it is one of the precursors in the Mughal architecture in India, making it one of the must places to visit in Delhi. 

      The tomb is easily accessible by a metro from Delhi since it is located near the Mehrauli village. If you are the one who gets intrigued by ghost stories, then brace yourself, for this is thought to be one of the haunted places in the city!

      Exchange travel stories with them, write down theirs, exchange photographs and the destination they have travelled to! Who knows, you may even find a companion for your next journey. Exchange ideas on how you can travel better and in more innovative ways. Located near the Green Park Metro station it can be easily reached by the metro railway.

      How to Reach: Metro –Green Park Station – Auto/Rickshaw/Walk

      Timings: Daylight (Tuesday – closed)

      Price: Depends on the activity selected

    • Shopping Places in Delhi

    • 16 Connaught Place

       Connaught Place
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      Perhaps one of the most favourite places to visit in Delhi, Connaught Place is a magnet for several shoppers with diverse needs. Built by the British, this circular market was the first of its kind and also the largest when it came into being. The dedicated market space has plenty to offer from branded to local goods on display. Not to mention the multitude of eating joints attending to your every gastronomic need.

      Timings: Open all days

      Entry Fee: Free

      Photography: Allowed

    • 17Chandni Chowk

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      The most contrasting scene in comparison to the streets of well-planned New Delhi is this main street of Old Delhi. Chandni Chowk is an amalgamation of between cars, cycle rickshaws, shoppers, stray animals, food stalls, hawkers, and pretty much anything else that completes a chaotic picture. It is this very trait of Chandni Chowk that makes it appealing.

      As one of the oldest and busiest markets in India, its narrow winding lanes are full of inexpensive jewellery, fabric, and electronics. It is also an excellent venue to sample Delhi’s exemplary street food.

      Timings: Open all days

      Entry Fee: Free

      Photography: Allowed

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    • 18Hauzkhas

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      The famous and historical structure of HauzKhas derives its name from a large water tank that is located on its premises. The name HauzKhas translates to mean the ‘Royal Tank’. The complex is essentially an assembly of ruins,that are beautiful even in their wreckage. 

      This rainwater reservoir has metamorphosed into a common hangout for youth as the structure is surrounded by numerous quirky places to eat as well as a shopping district for the people of the city. Have fun taking in the serene beauty of this exquisite place, which is the quietest and yet the most exuberant of all tourist places in Delhi.

      How to Reach: Metro – Green Park Station – Auto/Rickshaw

      Timings: HauzKhas Complex (Daylight), HauzKhas Village (Daylight- Night)

    • 19Experience Traditional Shopping in Delhi in a Private Car

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      • Located in the colorful streets of Delhi , this open-air food-and-crafts market is a of colour spectacles, selling regional handicrafts.
      • Get picked up from you house or from Connaught place in a sedan or in an Innova to embark on this shopping tour.
      • This tour takes you through some of the most famous shopping grounds across Delhi like Janpath, Delhi Haat, Sarojini Nagar and Connaught Place.
      • There are some gorgeous bits and pieces on offer; bargain hard. It’s also a good place to sample cheap, delicious regional specialties, with lots of food stands.
      • Once you are done with the shopping spree you will be dropped back to Connaught Place or your house.

    • Places to Visit with Family & Kids in Delhi

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    • 20Nehru Planetarium

      The Nehru Planetarium is located on the sprawling grounds of the Teen Murti House which was the former residence of the First Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru. The planetarium was built with the primary aim of promoting curiosity and inquisitiveness in the minds of children. 

      This amzing place was inaugurated by none other than Smt. Indira Gandhi on February 6, 1984. One of the major draws of this place is the Soyuz T-10 which carried India’s first Cosmonaut Rakesh Sharma to the moon!

      The stunning sky theatre show attracts almost 200,000 visitors each year making it one of the most popular places to visit in Delhi. The star projector ‘Megastar’ can now display a stunning 2 million stars at present and is one of the planetarium’s prized possessions. For the inquisitive souls, this is amongst the must visit tourist places in Delhi .

    • 21Lodhi Gardens

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      Lodi Gardens is a 90 acre green space in the home of Delhi’s oldest dynasty, the Lodhi. This green carpet flows seamlessly through several monuments like the Bada Gumbad, Bada Gumbad Mosque, Sheesh Gumbad, Sikandar Tomb and Mohammed Shah Tomb that are brilliant reminiscents of an era gone by. One of the nicest spots on campus here is the lake, which is an ideal spot for you to end your visit.

      Timings: Open all days, 6am – 7pm

      Entry Fee: Free

      Photography: Allowed

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    • 22The National Zoological Park

      The National Zoological Park in New Delhi has recreated an ambience of the natural habitat to give its inhabitants a resemblance of their homes. Not only are endangered species conserved and protected here, but also helps them to breed in captivity.

      A remarkable feature of the zoo is that the authorities educate and sensitize over 1.6mn visitors about the link between humans and animals thus enlightening the value of conservation.

      Timings: 9 am-4.30 pm (April-October), 9 am- 4 pm (November – March)

      Entry Fee:

      • Indian Adults- INR 10
      • Children (5-12 years) – INR 5
      • Foreigners- INR 50

      Photography: Free, Video Camera – INR 500 per day (professional)

    • 23Garden of Five Senses

      This garden goes beyond being just a park for leisurely strolls spread over 20 acres in the heartland of Delhi city. The garden is adorned by metal cut birds, stone cut elephants, peppered seating arrangements, food courts, and distinctly styled garden spaces such as Khas Bagh and Neel Bagh, a pool of water lilies.

      Perhaps the most striking feature of this exquisite garden is its beautiful composition of flowering beds, water bodies, and art arrangements, which makes it a place worth relaxing in.

      Timings: Open all days. April – September: 9am – 7pm, October – March: 9am – 6pm

      Entry Fee:

      • INR 20 (adult)
      • INR 10 (child upto 12yrs)
      • INR 10 (senior citizen)
      • Free for handicapped

      Photography: Varied charges

    • 24Kunzun Travel Café

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      If you are a traveller and love interacting and meeting with people who are like minded and share the same travel stories, habits and inclinations as you, then Kunzun Travel Café must feature on your list of places to visit in Delhi. 

      Reputed for being one of the destinations of choice for travellers coming to the city and travelling from it, the Kunzun travel café is an offbeat experience that can get you in touch with various friendly travellers.

    • 25Experience at Mystery Rooms

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      • Mystery Rooms is a challenging race against the clock where the sole motive is to get yourself out of a theme based room before time kicks you out.
      • You have exactly 60 minutes to use logic, solve puzzles, find hints, and prove the power of team work to pave your path to freedom.
      • Just Analyze, Interpret and Conclude
      • This unique and thrilling experience is an exciting team-building activity for corporates and a fulfilling fun experience for couples, friends and families.

      There are 4 game rooms:

      1. The Hurt Locker - A Bomb Defuse Challenge. Play as a bomb squad and you have 60 minutes to find and defuse the ticking bomb or you witness a blast.

      2. Lockout- A Prison Break Challenge. The teams are handcuffed, made to wear prisoners uniform and are put behind the bars. They must execute their escape plan within 60 minutes or face the brutal fate.

      3. Cabin in the Woods –A Murder Mystery. You must enter an occult forest to uncover the secret behind the mysterious killings happening in the cursed woods and save the villagers or be the next victim

      4. Abduction – The Final Hour. You are kidnapped and kept in an abandoned torture room and you get one last chance to escape!

    • 26Day Out at Thakran Farms,Pataudi

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      • Located just an hour away from Gurgaon, Thakran Farms is one place that has all the required elements that make it a best weekend getaway destination. 
      • Nested amidst the lush green acres of agricultural land, nature enthusiast can delight in the serenity of these stunning farms.
      • Enthrall in this idyllic family getaway while indulging in a perfect day out at Thakran Farms in Pataudi. Indulge in this amazing day out experience that provides you with an array of activities available here.
      • Get ready for some entertaining outdoor sports – build your team and get ready to participate in enthralling games such as archery, dart shooting, volleyball and various other such fun-filled games.
      • Taste the rural flavor of this place, refresh yourself in a tube well bath and a fun-filled mud bath experience. 
      • Get ready for a thrilling tractor trolley and a camel ride while enjoying the lush-green beauty of the region. 
      • Witness innocent farm animals peacefully living with each other in this homely abode. Take a break from your routine life and get ready to enthrall in numerous activities with a day out at Thakran Farms that helps you in living a rural lifestyle.


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    • 27Rickshaw Tour through Old Delhi

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      • Delight in this unique rickshaw tour through the rugged-rustic lanes of Old Delhi. This is an extensive three hour group tour which will take you thorough beautiful – hidden streets of Old Delhi.
      • Embark on this amazing rickshaw tour, Old Delhi that takes you through different places including palaces, mansions, elegant shrines and colorful bazaars.
      • Enthrall yourself in this amazing cycle ride which will provide you with an experience that in unlike you have had before! These customized rickshaws are designed keeping in mind the safety of the travelers. 
      • Enjoy the comfort of this unique ride while you visit stunning Old Haveli, an ancient mansion and various other such notable structures that are now lost behind the modern and urban culture.
      • Rickshaws have been specially designed for your safety & comfort, which allows you to have a luxurious ride in an otherwise chaotic and vibrant city. 
      • Hop onto this one of its kind ride where your guide will provide you with all details regardless small or big.  All the instructions will be provided in the form of a commentary through wireless headsets. 
      • Relish on some famous eateries of the region. Breathe the history of one of the greatest heritage cities in the world and unravel the old stories that you have just heard with this pleasing rickshaw tour, Old Delhi.
    • 28Shah Jahan Bicycle Tour, Old Delhi

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      • Shah Jahan Bicycle tour, Old Delhi is an engrossing experience that provides you short exhilarating glimpses of the Mughal life! 
      • The tour starts from Delite Cinema at Asaf Ali Road near Turkman Gate. Walk to the car parking across the street to find the tour waiting.
      • Admire the stunning architecture of Turkman Gate and make your way into bustling Chawri Bazaar. Feel a tinge of Mughal life that seems to be still flowing through the city – be it the dingy lanes or the smell of simmering breakfast curry, you still feel its presence.
      • Enter into this old yet-alive version of Delhi, admire the breath-taking architecture of the Red Fort and the Jama Masjid. From the Mughal period now enter into former British Colonial area – the Civil Lines which seems to be a contrast to the otherwise hectic Delhi.
      • After paddling your way through the past, make way into the present! Relish some mouth-watering cuisine in Delhi’s well known Karim’s restaurant. Enthral in a journey like never before with Shah Jahan Bicycle tour, Old Delhi.
      • The tour starts at 6:30 am and ends at 10:00 am.


      Difficulty Level: Easy

    • 29Yamuna Bicycle Tour, Old Delhi

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      • Embark on a fun cycling tour of Old Delhi and the Yamuna ghat which is sure to give you a clear image of Old Delhi.
      • The tour starts at 6:30 am from Delite Cinema at Asaf Ali Road near Turkman Gate. Walk to the car parking across the street to find the tour waiting.
      • Paddling your way through the banks of the river, make your way to Nigambodh Ghat, a quaint land, away from the hum-drums of Delhi life. Enjoy an engrossing boat- ride along its shores, witness gorgeous migratory birds circling above the tranquil waters.
      • This tour not only delights you throughout your journey but also enlightens you about what went wrong with this beautiful river – what was initially a stunning ode to the city has now become a victim of its extravagances.
      • Post this fulfilling activity – ride your way to St. James Church. See for yourself how one city happily adopted people of different races and religions in its abode. Finally after making your way through other amazing hot-spots, stop over at well famous Karim’s for some mouthwatering cuisine. 
      • Return back to your homes with a bag full of memories at 10:00 am after a filling Yamuna bicycle tour.


    • 30Authentic Delhi Cuisine Experience

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      About the Activity:

      • Delightful Delhi has a lot to offer the tourists. Be it rich heritage, majestic monuments and eclectic shopping. To completely experience the flavours of this captivating city, you have to sink your teeth into the delectable cuisines that are on offer.
      • Be it mouth-watering samosas, spicy chaats, sweet jalebis or delicious North Indian food. So rich is the cuisine palate here that the place is fondly known as the restaurant capital of India and can also be called as ‘Delhi-cious Delhi’.
      • Visit Chawri Bazaar, Jama Masjid (inside) ,Chandni Chawk, Gurudwara Sis Ganj, Gauri Shanker Temple.
      • The activity of around 3.5-4 hours will begin around 4pm. Learn to cook the tangy street dishes as you get demos from the vendors. 
      • While taking you to the stalls and famous restaurants, the guide will reveal historical and cultural relevance along with the fun facts that make the food what it is today. Receive cooking tips from the expert chefs. 
      • Stroll through wholesale famous spice market that permeates with the sweet aroma of the seasonings. Get enlightened about the various flavours of the spices and which is best for a particular food. All in all a lip smacking activity! 
      • At the end, you will be dropped at Chawri Bazaar Metro Station by local Rickshaw. 

       

    • 31Rajpath Segway Tour, Delhi

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      • Delight in a Segway tour, a great way to explore and understand the rich heritage that India’s national capital has to offer. For the uninitiated, Segway is a two-wheeled, battery-powered electric vehicle. 
      • On this 3 hour jaunt, centuries of history unfolds itself, presenting some great photo opportunities too.
      • Partake in this experience anytime between Monday to Friday from 5.15am to 8.15am or on weekends and holidays from 5.15am to 9am.
      • On this tour, you will first be familiarised with the vehicle. Get 5-7 minutes training on how to use the Segway, receive demonstrations and various essential guidelines.
      • Post which; under two expert guides, you head to Secretariat for photo-ops with Secretariat building and Rashtrapati Bhawan in the backdrop.
      • Proceed towards the Parliament Building, India Gate and Vijay Chowk. Enjoy the serene beauty of various ministry buildings en-route and cross various intersections.
      • Go trigger happy with India Gate and Amar Jawan Jyoti in the background. Head back to the starting point and indulge in some retail therapy if you wish.


    • 32Haveli Tour in Old Delhi

      Haveli Tour in Old Delhi
      • h4 Hours
      • lNew Delhi
      • NNNNN5 reviews
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        Code: 1180202

      About the Activity:

      • Master ji ki Haveli tour enables you with an opportunity to explore the culture, cuisine and heritage of Delhi. An under-the radar street, this place is well-acclaimed for its famous food destinations and provides a fair knowledge about India in a nutshell.
      • This personalized tour experience will give you a taste of famous Delhi street food, Indian culture and our rich heritage.
      • Get ready to be enthralled with this colourful trip through beautiful-narrow lanes of Delhi. Immerse yourself in the colour of this place while taking a walk either on foot or ‘Rickshaw’ –the vehicle of common man here. 
      • At the end of the tour, you will then proceed to Master ji ki Haveli, which is an elegant old mansion built in typical ancient Indian architecture. Enjoy stunning view of the entire city from the terrace with your Master ji ki Haveli tour.


      Package 1: Half Day Old Delhi Tour (Heritage & Bazaar walk, Cycle Rickshaw ride, few hidden treasures, Street food and Complimentary traditional meal in Haveli)

      Package 2: Full Day Old Delhi Tour (Heritage & Bazaar Walk, Cycle Rickshaw rides, visiting Dariba Kalan (the silver market), Kinari Bazaar (wedding market), Hindu / Sikh Temple, Spice Market, few hidden treasures, Street food, and Complimentary traditional meal in Haveli 

    • 33Delhi Historical Tour in a Private Car

      Delhi Historical Tour in a Private Car
      • h7 Hours
      • lNew Delhi
      • NNNNN1 review
      • Pulkit
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      About the Activity:
      • Places to be covered - Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Purana Quila, Jantar Mantar, Tomb of Humayun
      • Here is the best opportunity to cover up Delhi in a day with visits to the most important historical places.
      • Get picked up from your hotel in Delhi around 09:30-10:00 AM and embark on this sightseeing tour.
      • Admire the majestic view of the Qutab Minar, a 73 meter high tower of victory and bask in its stature at around 10:30 am.
      • Pass the crossing of Mathura and Lodhi road to enjoy the sight of a spectacular garden tomb of Humayun at around 11:30 am till lunch time at 13:00 pm.
      • Post lunch at 14:00 pm, head to see the symbol of administration and power, the Red Fort; the red sandstone walls of the fort exhibits a magnificent sight.
      • Also, marvel at the sight of the Old fort or Purana Quila that is rectangular in shape and indulge in boating there.
      • Relish the beauty of the Jantar Mantar which holds the astronomical instruments that were useful for accurate astronomical studies and your day tour gets over there at around 05:00 PM.
      • Please Note: Prices may vary according to the pick-up location in Delhi.
    • 34Sightseeing Trip of Delhi in a Private Car

      Sightseeing Trip of Delhi in a Private Car
      • h8 Hours
      • lNew Delhi
      • NNNNN1 review
      • Pulkit
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        Pulkit
      About the Activity:
      • Places to be covered - Old Fort, Hauz Khas Village (HKV), Garden of 5 senses, Connaught Place, Jantar Mantar
      • Experience the rich heritage of Delhi on this 8-hour private tour to explore some of the most important sites like never before.
      • Get picked up from your hotel or assemble at Connaught place to get picked in a sedan or in an Innova vehicle.
      • This tour takes you to some of the famous sites such as Old Fort, Jantar Mantar,  Hauz Khas Village Monuments and the Garden of 5 senses in Delhi.
      • Witness the extravagant construction, built with red sandstone and marble and covered with intricate carvings like no other.
      • Hauz Khas Village Monuments are group of structures built around an urbanized village with medieval history traced to the 13th century.
      • The spend some quality time trolling the garden of  5 senses and then get dropped back to the starting point. 
    • 35Delhi Museum Tour in a Private Car

      Delhi Museum Tour in a Private Car
      • h8 Hours
      • lNew Delhi
      • NNNNN1 review
      • Pulkit
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        Pulkit
      About the Activity: 
      • Museums to visit - National Museum, Science Museum, Nehru Planetarium, Doll Museum, National Rail Museum, Gandhi Smriti.
      • Embark and enjoy the day tour that covers all the important museums in Delhi and explore history and culture on this tour.
      • Get picked up from your hotel or residence at 09:30 - 10:00 AM approximately.
      • Visit the National Museum at 10:30 am, the prime location in the entire tour that holds a variety of articles from pre-historic era to modern days.
      • At around 11:30 am visit and marvel at the wonders hidden inside the Science Museum or National Science Centre that overlooks the Purana Quila.
      • Pay a visit to the Gandhi Smriti museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi, at around 12:30 pm. It is the place where Gandhi spent the last 144 days of his life.
      • Break for lunch at 13:00 pm and start the tour again at 14:00 pm by visiting and admiring the beauty of Nehru Planetarium which was built in memory of Jawaharlal Nehru and is dedicated for the promotion of astronomy.
      • Also, visit Doll Museum that possesses a variety of dolls which exhibits different themes and lastly to National Rail Museum which focuses on the rail heritage of India and wind up the tour around 05:00 PM.
      • Please Note: 100Kms included in the trip
    • 36Famous Temple Tour of Delhi in a Private Car

      Famous Temple Tour of Delhi in a Private Car
      • h8 Hours
      • lNew Delhi
      • NNNNN1 review
      • Pulkit
        Supplier
        Pulkit
      About the Activity:
      • Temples to visit - Iskon Temple, Birla Mandir, Jama Masjid, Bangla Sahib, Sacred Heart Cathedral.
      • Find solace with a spiritual trip to the religious spots in Delhi.
      • Get picked up from your hotel or residence around in Delhi 09:30-10:00 AM and embark on this amazing tour.
      • First of all at 10:30 am, head to Lotus Temple which is the worship house of Bahai people and marvel at the architecture and the piousness of this holy structure.
      • Then move on to admire the beauty of the world famous Iskon Temple at 11:30 am, where you can pay tribute to Lord Krishna and Radha.
      • Visit Birla Mandir at 12:30 pm, a Hindu temple, built on a 280 feet high hillock called Naubath Pahad which was constructed over a period of ten years.
      • Break for lunch at 13:00 pm and continue the tour again at 14:30 pm by visiting the Jama Masjid.
      • Marvel at the structural extravaganza of Jama Masjid built during Shah Jahan's reign and which is considered as one of the biggest mosques in India.
      • Bangla Sahib Gurdwara is the next destination which is famous for a pool inside known as 'Sarovar'.
      • Around 05:00 PM, you can wind up your tour with a visit to Sacred Heart Cathedral Church.
      • Please Note: Prices may vary according to the pick up locaton
    • 37Kids Museum Tour in a Private Car

      Kids Museum Tour in a Private Car
      • h8 Hours
      • lNew Delhi
      • NNNNN1 review
      • Pulkit
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        Pulkit
      About the Activity:
      • New Delhi might not be the most relaxing destination for a family holiday. It is, however, a fascinating destination for kids to explore the city.
      • Start your trip by getting picked up from your house or Connaught place in a sedan or in an Innova to embark on an educating and fun filled trip.
      • The trip takes the children to historical sites like Toilet Museum, Bal Bhavan Children's Museum, Doll Museum and Nehru Planetarium.
      • The trip ends after you and your child are dropped back at your staring point.

    • 38Flyboy Air Safari in Gurgaon

      Flyboy Air Safari in Gurgaon
      • h20 Minutes
      • lNew Delhi
      • NNNNN16 reviews
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        Code: 8702950

      About the Activity:

      • Flyboy Air Safari Delhi, is one step ahead of the traditional adventure activities. If you are done with exploring all the available adventures on land and water then it is certainly time for you to explore the clear blue sky.
      • Fulfill your childhood desire of flying like birds. Indulge in an exciting Air Safari that takes you on a flying tour on the suburbs of Delhi. Enjoy a stunning aerial view of lush-green grasslands and amazing farm houses while gliding in the air.
      • Experience an exciting Paramotor Flight trip – which is a powered paraglide that operates with the help of an attached motor, harness and a propeller. 
      • Fly under the expertise of trained pilots who assure you a fun-packed aerial time. 
      • You can chose the duration and types of flights - Kitty Hawk (approx. distance covered: 6 - 8km), Fly Yourself (approx. distance covered: 12 - 15km) and Explorer (approx. distance 20-24km). Boost up your adrenaline with Flyboy Air Safari Delhi.
      • This is a 20 minute activity.
    • 39Rock Climbing and Valley Crossing in Gurgaon

      Rock Climbing and Valley Crossing in Gurgaon
      • h4 Hours
      • lGurgaon
      • NNNNN1 review
      • Arimardan Singh
        Supplier
        Arimardan Singh
      About the Activity:
      • Make your weekend special with this exciting activities in Gurgaon along with your friends and family.
      • Start your activity at 8.00 AM in the morning after reaching the Aravali Biodiversity Park in Gurgaon.
      • Indulge in some exciting activities like valley crossing, monkey cowling, rock climbing and rappelling.
      • Feel the thrill as you climb the rock of 70 ft, and monkey crawl for about 70 meter long.
      • Try the exciting valley crossing of 65 meters long and the 70ft down rappelling
      • End this exciting activity at 12 noon.

    • Places to Visit near Delhi

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    • 40 Rishikesh

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      Visit the adventure capital of India, the marvelous and thrilling city of Rishikesh on your next vacation with your friends and family!  The 'Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas', Rishikesh is located at the base of the Himalayas and is blessed with the gorgeous, thundering river of Ganga, the popular trek friendly rugged terrains, challenging peaks, strenuous rapids and dense forests! If you are an ardent traveler, then Rishikesh makes for one of the most ideal weekend getaways near Delhi.

      Being one of the holiest cities in India, Rishikesh is quite famous for its scenic landscape and serves as a gateway to other important religious centers such as Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. The adventurer paradise is a happening hub of many ancient temples and attractions such as Gita Bhawan, Laxman Jhula, Bharat Mandir, Neelkanth Mahadev, Swarga Ashram, Triveni Ghat amongst others! Grab your cameras and adventure gear and head to Rishikesh for an adventure packed holiday!

      Distance from Delhi: 228km

      Best time to visit: Throughout the year

      Attractions: Triveni Ghat, Ram and Lakshman Jhula, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple and Vashista Cave

      Activities: River Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Camping, Rappelling, Rock Climbing and Trekking 

    • 41Mathura

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      Legendary hometown of the much-adored Lord Krishna, Mathura is another one of the historic places to visit near Delhi. This charming place is filled with delightful stories, pious temples dotted on the banks of Yamuna that altogether makes for a memorable experience. What’s interesting is that Mathura was once a Budhhist town with 20 monastries housing 3,000 monks.

      Distance from City: 160 Kms

      Best time to visit: October – March

      Attractions:

      Krishna Janmabhoomi Temple is the prime reason for everyone flocking to Mathura. This temple also shares a common wall with the Babri Masjid. The beautifully structured Dwarkadheesh Temple located on the eastern banks of Yamuna is yet another temple in reverence to Lord Krishna. Jama Masjid, Kans Qila, Vishram Ghat, Gita Mandir, Rang Bhoomi, and Government Museum are other places to visit in Mathura.

      Activities: Sight seeing

      Day Trip to Mathura & Vrindavan in a Private Car

      Day Trip to Mathura & Vrindavan in a Private Car

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    • 42 Agra

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      It is the allure of the Taj Mahal drawing tourists to Agra that makes it one of the most popular places to visit near Delhi. A city with a glorious past, residing on the banks of River Yamuna, it offers much more than just the Taj.

      Distance from City: 209 Kms

      Best time to visit: October – March

      Attractions:

      The Taj Mahal, one of the wonders of the world, is a monument that is the ultimate requiem of love. This white marble beauty with a perfect unique architecture is built in such a manner that it appears exactly the same from all four sides. With the Yamuna meandering in silence, the beauty of Taj is to be believed with one’s very own eyes.

      The Agra Fort commissioned by Akbar is a hidden treasure. Behind the tough exterior of the fort lies a lovely residence and official space of the Mughal Emperors.

      Activities: Sight-seeing

      From the remarkable history to contemporary and modern vibes, Delhi is captivating in every slice. A treasure trove filled with valuable gems, it raptures travellers forever with a fabulous experience. 

    • 43 Haridwar

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      A journey to Haridwar is nothing short of a life-altering experience. The venue for the world’s largest religious gathering Kumbh Mela, Haridwar is the birthplace of the holy River Ganges. Laced in faith, eternal peace, tranquility, and spirituality of the highest kind, Haridwar literally behaves as a doorway to heaven.

      Distance from City: 208 Kms

      Attractions:

      The most enchanting time to visit Hari ki Pauri, a divine spot in Haridwar where the sacred nectar is believed to have fallen and also the heart of the Maha Kumbh Mela, is at dusk. Chandi Devi Temple situated atop Neel Parvat is a holy shrine connected by cable car or can be reached by a 3km trek via Chandi Ghat.

      Manasa Devi Temple perched on top of Bilwa Parwat gives a bird’s eye view of Haridwar. Other shrines include Maya Devi Temple, Sapta Rishi Ashram, Daksha Mahadev Temple etc.

      Activities:

      Religious trails, sight-seeing

    • 44Kuchesar

      Kuchesar is one of the tourist places near Delhi because of its simplicity and rich heritage. Once a princely state under the colonial empire, Kuchesar is famous for its mud fort constructed by Jats in 1782, which is now transformed into a luxury hotel.

      Distance from City: 83 Kms

      Best time to visit: November – February

      Attractions:

      Mud Fort is a pleasant place to spend leisurely time exploring cultural heritage apart from indulging insports and other activities. Brij Ghat is an excellent picnic spot with an exotic locale to enjoy a peaceful time on the banks of the Ganges. 

      Activities:

      Excursion, Historic sight seeing
      Day Out at Mud Fort in Kuchesar

      Day Out at Mud Fort in Kuchesar

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      h8 HourslNoida

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    • 45Bharatpur

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      Bharatpur is yet another ancient city neighbouring Delhi in Rajasthan. With a historical lineage dating to the 5th century, today Bharatpur is known world over for its Keoladeo Ghana National Park.

      Distance from City: 197 Kms

      Best time to visit: August - November

      Attractions:

      A land of forts and palaces Bharatpur holds fine treasures like Bharatpur Palace, which is a fine fusion of Rajput and Mughal architectural styles. The Government Museum here displays a fine collection of antiques, exquisite sculptures, and inscriptions. Lohagarh Fort or Iron Fort was originally designed to last the test of time. Rightly so, standing stoic even today, this fort is worth visiting for its sans glamorous look and appeal unlike other forts in the region.

      Activities:

      Sight seeing, jungle safari, bird-watching

      Day Trip to Bharatpur

      Day Trip to Bharatpur

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    • 46Neemrana

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      Neemrana is an ancient historical town in neighbouring Rajasthan on the Delhi-Jaipur Highway. The 16th century hill fort here is built by the powerful Chauhans, which is perched on a plateau, surrounded by a horseshoe formation of the Aravalli Mountains.

      Distance from City: 122 Kms

      Best time to visit: September – March

      Attractions:

      Sariska National Park is one of the best known tiger reserves in India. Located 40 km from Neemrana, the park is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, leopard, sambhar, hyena, crocodile and variety of bird species too. The heritage lake palace hotel rests on Siliserh Lake where one can enjoy the calmness around the waterside. Other places to visit include Bala Qila and Vinay Vilas Mahal.

      Activities:

      Sight seeing, nature trails, jungle safari, bird-watching, flying fox
      Neemrana Fort Day Trip

      Neemrana Fort Day Trip

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    • 47 Manesar

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      With laid back surroundings taking you to a whole new world beyond the clear blue skies of Delhi, Manesar is home to several sleepy villages and natural scenic beauty that you can enjoy over the weekend in a day! For those who love shopping, there are several cultural handicrafts that you can buy while on your visit here with your family and friends and carry a hoard of exciting souvenirs for your trip back home. Manesar is one of the best places you can visit near Delhi on a one day weekend to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

      How to reach: Manesar can be accessed by road and is located along the Delhi-Jaipur highway on NH-8. You can rent a private cab to go to Manesar and for those who wish to travel by bus there are state run buses from Delhi to reach Manesar.

      Distance from Delhi: 58km

      Best time to visit: September to May

      Attractions in Manesar: Sultanpur bird sanctuary, Amusement parks, Scenic landscapes and plains, Damdama Lake, Tau Devi Lal Park

      Activities: Local market shopping, Nature sightseeing, Hiking and trekking 

    • 48A Trip to Golden Temple from New Delhi

      A Trip to Golden Temple from New Delhi
      • d2 Daysn1 Night
      • lAmritsar
      • NNNNN1 review
      • Pulkit
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      • 17,600
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      About the Activity:
      • Gain a deeper understanding of Punjabi culture and Sikh religious history during this two-day Amritsar and Golden Temple Tour from Delhi.
      • Start your trip to Amritsar from Delhi by getting picked up from your house or from Connaught place in an air conditioned cab.
      • Travel with your informative, English-speaking guide though the centuries-old city and visit temples, gardens and palaces as you make your way to some of the highlights.
      • You’ll see the Golden Temple and catch the ritual flag lowering at Wagah border.
      • The tour also includes stops at major memorials sites and once the trip is over get transported back to Delhi.
      • This is a 2 day 1 night trip.


    • 49Day Trip to Haunted Bhangarh in a Private Car

      Day Trip to Haunted Bhangarh in a Private Car
      • h11 Hours
      • lAlwar
      • NNNNN1 review
      • Pulkit
        Supplier
        Pulkit

      About the Activity:

      • Explore the spooky with a visit to the most haunted place in India Bhangarh Fort, located between Jaipur and Delhi.
      • Bhangarh is known for its ruined buildings and is an architecturally significant site.
      • Visit the remarkable buildings such as the Hindu Mandir of Gopinath, Shiv, Hanuman, Ganesh etc and the ambiance will let you forget all the humdrum in your life.
      • Enjoy spending time along the streets, do some shopping, have the sight of some havelis, a mosque and a palace which enhances the beauty of the ruined city.
      • Know more about the haunted place which you are not allowed to enter after sunset and listen to old stories from natives before your return to Delhi.
    • 50Trip to Sariska from New Delhi in a Private Car

      Trip to Sariska from New Delhi in a Private Car
      • d2 Daysn1 Night
      • NNNNN1 review
      • Pulkit
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      • 11,500
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      About the Activity:
      • Enclosed within the foot of the Aravalli Hills, the Sariska Tiger Reserve & National Park is a tangled with semi deciduous forests sheltering streams and lush greenery. 
      • Start your trip from your house or Connaught place in an air conditioned cab to embark and feel the wildlife and nature around you like never before.
      • Once you reach the park you can spot various kinds wildlife like peacocks, monkeys, majestic Sambars, Nilgai, Chital, wild boars and jackals.
      • Visit the Sariska Palace the next day and you can capture heritage in your camera.
      • This 2 day trip enables you to stay in a hotel along with a refreshing breakfast and helps you explore the national park with your loved ones.