20 Best Places to Visit in Delhi in One Day - 2021 (with Photos)
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Places to visit in Delhi in one day include the prestigious names of Red Fort, Parliament House, Humayun's Tomb, Sheeshganj Gurudwara, Jama Masjid, Jantar Mantar, Lotus Temple, and many lovely attractions.

Delhi, as the capital of the country, and as a major stopover for getting to various parts of the rest of India, has major importance for every traveller and the enthusiasts of travelling. With a lot to explore in an around the place, it is easy to fall prey to the travel bug and set out in the exploration of the best spots of the capital.

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A long history of invasions and rules, Delhi has seen a variety of architecture taking the level of beauty and variation to a whole new level with every new building. Take into account the region of old Delhi, especially Chandni Chowk, and you can see how chaos turns into beauty.

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The wafts of some great food cooking will always welcome you here, whereas when you go to amazing tourist places in Delhi like Sheeshganj or Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, inner peace will knock at your door. So if you think that Delhi cannot be explored in a day, you haven’t been to one of these places, and this guide will tell you why exactly you should

Here are some of the best places to visit in Delhi in one day:

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Entry to Delhi is open from all domestic states for all kinds of travel, however, presenting a negative RT-PCR report has been made mandatory.

  • Unnecessary travelling and vehicle movement has been restricted in the national capital, there are exceptions as well.
  • Essential activities, including the sale and supply of food items, groceries, medicines, etc., are allowed in the lockdown.
  • There are no restrictions on the movement of health care workers, frontline workers, government staff, judicial officials, journalists, and those seeking medical attention.
  • As for public transport, Delhi Metro and public buses are functional but with only 50% occupancy.
  • Autos and electric autorickshaws are allowed to run with only two passengers.

- Taxis, app cabs too are allowed to move with two passengers.

For Travellers Arriving From International Destinations:- A negative RT-PCR report will be needed which must not be older than 72 hours For Travellers Arriving From Domestic Destinations:- Passengers travelling from other states to Delhi need to provide a negative RT-PCR report, however, they can also be randomly selected to undergo RT-PCR test


Flights are available from Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Goa, and 15+ more domestic destinations to Delhi


Special trains are running from Lucknow Jn, Kanpur, Jodhpur, Chennai and 15+ more domestic destinations to New Delhi.- As for public transport, Delhi Metro and public buses are functional but with only 50% occupancy. - Autos and electric autorickshaws are allowed to run with only two passengers. - Taxis, app cabs too are allowed to move with two passengers.

Local Transport

Local transport such as auto-rickshaws, cabs, metro and buses are functional. - As for public transport, Delhi Metro and public buses are functional but with only 50% occupancy. - Autos and electric autorickshaws are allowed to run with only two passengers. - Taxis, app cabs too are allowed to move with two passengers.

It is safe to visit the monuments in Delhi and stay at the hotels if proper safety measures are followed during the visit. However Thrillophilia recommends you to ensure that you wear masks, follow the social distancing norms and practice personal hygiene to stay safe.

No COVID-19 reports needed for tourists from specific states. Updated: 14 Jul 2021

Air travellers from Maharashtra, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh no longer need to carry a negative RT-PCR test report when they land at the Delhi airport.

New guidelines passed for travel in Delhi Updated: 04 May 2021
  • Unnecessary travelling and vehicle movement has been restricted in the national capital, there are exceptions as well.
  • Essential activities, including the sale and supply of food items, groceries, medicines, etc., are allowed in the lockdown.
  • There are no restrictions on the movement of health care workers, frontline workers, government staff, judicial officials, journalists, and those seeking medical attention.
  • As for public transport, Delhi Metro and public buses are functional but with only 50% occupancy.
  • Autos and electric autorickshaws are allowed to run with only two passengers.
  • Taxis, app cabs too are allowed to move with two passengers.
A negative RT-PCR report needed to enter Delhi Updated: 03 May 2021

All the incoming tourist are required to carry a negative RT-PCR report. In addition to this, on arrival, random testing might be done on any tourist, cost of which will be borne by Delhi Government.

Night Curfew Imposed in Delhi Updated: 03 May 2021

Delhi government has imposed night curfew which will be in place from 10 pm to 5 am till further notice.

Hotels and hospitality services running in Delhi Updated: 03 May 2021

Hotels and hospitality services are being allowed to resume their functioning with strict precautionary and safety measures in place.

With COVID safety measures in place, Delhi monuments closed for tourism Updated: 03 May 2021

The monuments across Delhi have been closed for tourism.

Interstate bus service to Delhi running with 50% of the original capacity Updated: 03 May 2021

With 50% of the pre-COVID capacity and strict safety measures in place, interstate buses to Delhi have been resumed. In addition to this, a negative RT-PCR test report is required to avail seats.

No restriction on intra and inter state travel in Delhi Updated: 06 Apr 2021

There are no restrictions on inter and intra state travel of persons and goods in Delhi.


Red Fort

A historically important place in Delhi, the Red Fort was once the main residence of the Mughals for nearly 200 years. Located in the centre of the old city, the red sandstone fort was built by the Emperor Shahjahan as his seat in the capital of “Shahjahanabad” in the year 1639.

Housing many museums in Delhi, the fort has always been a sight to behold and a proof of the best times that the country has ever seen. Many of the artefacts and jewels of the Red Fort are now missing due to years of plundering, however, the forts and the walls are still preserved and stand proudly.

In the year 1947, Red Fort was the place where the first Prime Minister of India hoisted the tricolour flag on the Lahore Gate to declare independence, a tradition maintained till date on 15th August of every year.

Distance: 2.6 km from Delhi bus stand.

Timings: All days except Mondays, 9.30 AM to 4.30 PM

Entry Fee/charges: INR 35 for Indians, and INR 500 for foreign tourists.


Parliament House

Home to the two houses of the Indian Parliament, the Parliament House (Parliament Building) is the official seat of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Located in the modern city of New Delhi, the House of Parliaments was designed by British architects Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker in 1912-1913, with the place getting completed in the year 1927. 

The circular building based on the national emblem, Ashok Chakra, there is a central chamber at the very center of the building, while the surrounding circles contain the Chamber of Princes (now used as the Library Hall), the State Council (now used for the Rajya Sabha), and the Central Legislative Assembly (now used for the Lok Sabha).

Distance: 12.8 km from Delhi bus stand.

Timings: Monday to Friday, from 10 AM to 6 PM

Entry Fee/charges: INR 15 for adults, entry free for children.

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Old Delhi Street Food (Especially Paranthe Wali Gali)

Street Food in Delhi is a great experience and has a taste to mesmerize your taste buds. And when you talk about the taste that one can get in the Old Delhi, it is on a whole new and different level. Be it the famous Pakoras (fritters), the modern Momos (dumplings) or rolls, or the ever famous and favourite Parathas (stuffed flatbread, the Old Delhi has an undeniable charm and a unique taste to itself.

Amongst the crowded narrow streets of Old Delhi, there is one especially known place, called the Paranthe Wali Gali (Literally, the alley of the stuffed Flatbread) and it is one of the best places to visit in Old Delhi.

Particularly famous for the series of shops selling Paranthas, it is a gourmet of flavours known across the world for the specials that one can taste in here. You can get more than 20 varieties of paranthas served with various chutneys, pickles, curds, and curries.

Distance: 2.8 km from Delhi bus stand.

9:00 AM -11:00 PM

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Sheeshganj Gurudwara

Dating back to the late 18th century, the Sheeshganj Gurudwara (or Sis Ganj Sahib Gurudwara) is one of the 9 historical Gurudwaras of Delhi, with this one holding unmatched importance amongst all of them.

“Sheesh” is a Hindi word which means “head”, and the Sis Ganj Sahib marks the place where the 9 Sikh Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur, was beheaded on the orders of the Mughal Emperor, Aurangzeb.

After Baghel Singh, a Sikh military general invaded the Diwan-i-Am of the Mughal Emperor Shah Alam II, he was granted the permission to build Gurudwaras on the places of importance to Sikhs in Delhi.

With such history and religious importance delegated to this place, the Sheeshganj Gurudwara is one of the best places to visit in Delhi in one day

2.2 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday, 5:00 am to 10:00 pm.

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Humayun’s Tomb

Located in the Nizamuddin East of Delhi, this tomb dedicated to the second Mughal Emperor Humayun is one of the most famous attractions of Delhi, alongside being a city’s favourite place to hang out.

This is owed to the fact that the mausoleum is surrounded by sprawling verdant gardens that are maintained pristine to this date. Declared to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1993, the main area of the tomb follows a Mughal Architecture and was the first garden tomb in the Indian Subcontinent.

The site of the Tomb was specifically chosen because it was near Yamuna River, and near to the shrine of the celebrated Sufi saint of Delhi, Nizamuddin Auliya, who was revered deeply by all the Mughal Rulers. To this date, the tomb is one of the most beautiful sights in the city of Delhi and is highly visited by many.

13.4 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday 6 AM to 6 PM

Entry Fee/charges:
INR 35 for Indian visitors, and INR 550 for foreign visitors.


Jantar Mantar

A famous observatory located in the modern time New Delhi, the Jantar Mantar is one of the best historical places in Delhi and it is a home to 13 architectural astronomy instruments. Built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur, this observatory is one of the 5 across the country, 4 of which still remain in existence.

Built in the year 1724, this almost 400-year-old observatory was built with the purpose of tracking and predicting the movements of the sun, moon and other planets, in order to maintain the calendars of that time. 

It is a considerable fact that despite all these years, the instruments are still accurate and can be used to give exact observations, making this place a great choice amongst places to visit in Delhi in one day.

Distance: 11.7 km from Delhi bus stand.

Timings: Everyday, 6 AM to 6 PM

Entry Fee/charges: INR 5 for Indians, and INR 100 for foreigners.

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Bangla Sahib

Well known for its association with the 8th Guru of Sikhs, Guru Har Kishan, the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is a prominent place of worship. Built by General Baghel Singh in 1783, Bangla Sahib is one of the nine such historical Sikh Shrines located in Delhi.

Situated on the Baba Kharak Singh Marg near Connaught Place, the Gurudwara was once a bungalow belonging to the Raja Jai Singh, which was known as the Jaisinghpura Palace.

The shrine and the pond (Sarovar) nearby are considered sacred and healing, while the facade is easily recognizable with the white structure and golden domes, and the tall flagpole visible from a distance. Especially at the time of the evening prayers, the place is majestic and one of the best places to visit in Delhi in one day.

Distance: 13.4 km from Delhi bus stand.

Timings: 24/7

Entry Fee/charges: Free.

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Safdarjung's Tomb

Safdarjung's Tomb or the Tomb of Safdar Jang is a mausoleum dedicated to the Nawab Safdarjung. Built in the year 1754, the mausoleum follows a Mughal Style of Architecture and is made with red sandstone and marble.

The Nawab, who was a prime minister in the court of Mughal Emperor Ahmed Shah Bahadur was known to be a rich and powerful person in the North. The tomb itself is an imposing feature of Delhi, truly telling the story of power and reach that the Nawab once held over the declining empire of the Mughals.

The four main features of the Tomb are the Char Bagh (Four Gardens) with the tomb in the centre, a ninefold floor plan, a five-sided facade, and a large platform with a hidden stairway. The tomb also has fountains on all four sides of the Polygonal Tomb, and the Government plans on restoring these.

21.0 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday, 7 AM to 5 PM

Entry Fee/charges: I
NR 15 for Indian, and INR 200 for foreigners.

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Lotus Temple

As the name suggests, the Lotus Temple is a flower like a shrine in Delhi dedicated to Baha’i belief and is indeed, a Baha’i House of Worship. A prominent attraction of the city of Delhi, the Lotus temple is open to all for visit irrespective of their religion or any other mandate, as it is preached by the Baha’i religion.

Made with marble “petals” arranged in clusters of 3 to make nine sides, the temple has nine doors that open up to a central hall. Opened to the public in the year 1986, the temple had attracted more than 70 million visitors by late 2001, making it one of the most visited attractions in the world.

By April of the year 2014, the temple has already seen more than a million visitors.

19.9 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday, 9am–6pm

Entry Fee/charges:

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Kalkaji Temple

Dedicated to the fierce Hindu Goddess, Kali, the Kalkaji temple is located in Southern Delhi in a locality that actually has given the temple its name, Kalkaji.

The locals follow a belief that the image of Kali in the temple manifested on its own, and that it actually belongs to Sat Yuga, or the age of truth, which was actually the time when Goddess Kali slew many demons.

Despite this belief, the oldest parts of the temple itself only date back to the year 1764. Although visitors flock here all year round, the grandest celebration at the Kalkaji Temple happens on the bi-annually Hindu Festival of Navratri (Literally, Nine Nights), where the beauty and the festivities are a sight to behold.

20.2 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday, 4:00 AM – 11:30 AM, 12:00 Noon – 3:00 PM 4:00 PM – 11:30 PM

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Jama Masjid

One of the largest mosques in the country, the Jama Masjid in Delhi is one of the best places to visit in Delhi in one day. Built by the great emperor Shah Jahan back in the year 1656, the Mosque was inaugurated by a priest from Uzbekistan.

With three great gates, four towers and two 40 meters high minarets made of red sandstone and white marble domes (three of them), the facade of the mosque is a sight of beauty. Shah Jahan’s son, Aurangzeb got the idea of Lahore’s Badshahi Masjid from this Mosque itself.

The royal mosque of the Mughals till the end of their era, the Mosque serves an important position in the fulfilment of various important practices of Islam in the country. For the very beauty of the structure, the place is important and must visit place in Delhi.

Distance: 3.0 km from Delhi bus stand.

Timings: 7am–12pm, 1:30–6:30pm

Entry Fee/charges: Free.

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Shanti Van

One of the associated memorials in the vicinity of the famous Raj Ghat, the Shanti Van or the forest of peace is a national shrine dedicated to the first prime minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru.

Located on the banks of River Yamuna, the site is home to the shrine of many great heroes and important personalities of the country, including Vijay Ghat (dedicated Lal Bahadur Shastri), Shakti Sthal (dedicated to Indira Gandhi), and Vir Bhumi (dedicated to Rajiv Gandhi).

Located right next to the memorial of Nehru is the tomb of his grandson Sanjay Gandhi, who died in the year 1980 in a plane crash. The place sees a celebration of sorts on the birthday of the late prime minister on the day of his birthday, which is also celebrated as the children’s day in the country.

5.8 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday, 5:00 AM - 7:30 PM

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Jhandewalan Temple

Located in the Karol Bagh area of Delhi, the Jhandewalan Temple is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Aadi Shakti. A prominent place of worship in Delhi, the Jhandewalan Temple has a neighbour in the form of a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

The place derived its name in the era of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan because of the prayer flags (Jhandas) that were offered here. On the upper level of the temple are the idols Goddesses, Saraswati and Kali, amongst others, while the lower level has the original idol of Maa Jhandewali (The flag bearing mother/goddess).

The prayers are held in the upper level, with the most prominent time to arrive here is the two Navratris of the Hindu Calendar.

Distance: 5.6 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday, 5:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM

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Tughlaqabad Fort

A ruined fort in the middle of Delhi, the Tughlaqabad Fort was built by Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq, the founder of Tughlaq dynasty in the year 1321. The fort is believed to have been turned to ruins because of a curse that had been laid on it by the famous Saint Nizamuddin Auliya, and as a result, this ‘third city’ of Delhi was abandoned by the year 1327. 

Connected by a causeway to the main fort and city is the tomb of Ghias Ud-Din Tughlaq, prepared in a pentagonal structure with a small garden. The city is still fortified by 10 to 15 m high walls and a moat of sorts. The ruined city is an intimidating feature and is yet one of the most beautiful places to visit in Delhi with friends.

Distance: 27.0 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday, 7 AM to 5 PM

Entry Fee/charges:
 INR 5 for Indians, INR 100 for foreign visitors.

Akshardham Mandir

Akshardham Mandir makes for the most famous and well-known attraction in the Swaminarayan Akshardham complex of Delhi. Rising to a height of 43 m, the temple is adorned with intricate carvings that depict various flora, fauna, dancers, musicians, and deities.

The temple which is built with sandstone from Rajasthan and marble from Italy has the most striking feature in its foundations, which uses no ferrous metal (steel or concrete). With its 234 carved pillars and 20,000 idols, the Akshardham temple is a must place in Delhi.

Right under the central dome of the temple is a 3.4 m tall idol of Swaminarayan, to whom the temple is dedicated, made with the launch dhaatu or five metals as per the Hindu Belief, alongside idols of Sita Ram, Radha Krishna, Shiv Parvati, and Lakshmi Narayan made with the same practice.

10.8 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday, 9:30am–6:30pm

Entry Fee/charges,  Adults:
INR170, Children: INR100, Senior Citizens: INR 125.

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Azad Hind Gram

Located about 2 km from the Delhi - Haryana border, the Azad Hind Gram is a tourist complex, developed by Delhi Tourism in the honour of the freedom fighter of India, Netaji Subash Chandra Bose.

He is credited with the creation of India’s first army, and hence the place is named Azad Hind Gram. Made in the architectural style prominent in North India, the place is primarily decorated with Art from across India.

Apart from this, the complex also contains elaborate plazas, one amphitheatre, a tourist information centre, shops for souvenirs and gardens, food stalls, restaurant, facilities for toilets, public drinking water setups, public telephone, and facilities for conventions and conferences.

26.0 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday, 10 AM to 6 PM

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Raj Ghat

Another historically important attractions and one of the best places to visit in Delhi in one day, the Raj Ghat is a memorial dedicated to the late father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi.

The west bank of the Yamuna near the old walled city of Shahjahanabad, the spot was where the Mahatma was cremated a day after his assassination on 30th January 1948. The place comprises of a black marble slab (platform), the place is left open to the sky while a never-dying flame burns on one side of it.

Not just this, there are also many other famous Memorials nearby that are also a part of the Raj Ghat. This includes, but is not limited to Jawaharlal Nehru's samadhi (Shantivan), and K R Narayanan’s cremation site, called the Ekta Sthal (Unity Spot).

5.6 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday, 6:30 AM to 6 PM

Entry Fee/charges:

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Purana Qila

Literally, the old fort, Purana Qila is one of the oldest features of the city of Delhi. The present facade visible of the fort is believed to have been constructed in the times of Emperors Humayun and Sher Shah Suri.

If the findings are to be believed, then archaeologists have found traces of the fort that belong to the 3rd Century BC and even old. Believed to be from the period of the Hindu Epic Mahabharata, the current fort has a wall of height 18 km surrounding it having three gates, with one of them still facing Humayun’s Tomb.

There is also a mosque inside the fort built by Sher Shah Suri (the Lion King), a Bath House, and a religious school, which are the prominent features of the fort.

10.4 km from Delhi bus stand.

Everyday, 7 AM to 5 PM

Entry Fee/charges:
INR 15 for Indians, INR 200 for foreign visitors.


Iron Pillar

Standing straight since ages, Iron pillar has though a height of 7.2 meters, it is subtly free from any corrosion even today. History lovers would love to dive into this beauty with inscriptions carved over. One can surely feel the ancient times of the Gupta empire only by standing quite close to it.

The pillar top shows the skill of the workers having great details, showing the excellence of science, engineering and architecture even the times unimagined. It stands erect today in a proper conserved mode and fenced so that the quality remains intact for all the coming years ahead.

Distance: 25.9 km from Delhi bus stand.

Timings: 6.00 AM- 6.00 PM

Entry Fee/charges: Rs 10 for Indians and Rs 250 for foreigners.

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Yamuna Krida Sthal

Yamuna Krida Sthal, or the Yamuna Sports Complex, is a hotspot of sporting activities in the city of Delhi. Started in the year 1999, the complex is owned by the Delhi Development Authority and was one of the venues for the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Spread in an area of about 26,000 square meters, the complex hosted for the table tennis events.

The complex has a capacity of about 4,297 people, with 2 show court tables, 8 match tables, and 10 warm-up tables. Apart from this, there is also an arena for archery and lawn bowls, both of which also hosted the events during the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

Distance: 18.4 km from Delhi bus stand.

Timings: Tuesday to Sunday, 6 AM to 9 PM

Entry Fee/charges: Free.

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"The trip was amazing. Loved the campsite, it's right next to the Parvati river and you feel relaxed just sitting there and absorbing the nature. The organisers were also amazing as they arranged for seperate tents for us and also the transportation provided was very good. The busses were very comfortable and had all the amenities promised. We had the freedom to roam around the city and the guide was well behaved, correct mix of strict and friendly."
27 October 2020
Being my first solo trip, I was too nervous prior to boarding the bus to Kasol. But man, what a trip. First of all, I encourage all the readers to try going solo at least once especially on the mountains. The experience was overwhelming. I met other people as well in my journey that came via thrillophilia that made my trip pretty interesting. I enjoyed every bit of it. Whether it was on road, at Kasol or the kheerganga trek, I enjoyed every moment. Since it is October, the weather dropped significantly at Kheerganga, which was surprisingly pleasant for me. The trek was pretty hard but my guide helped me reach the destination comfortably. He was a lot friendly too.. I enjoyed the food as well. The best part was the bonfire at kheerganga to loosen us a bit. To sum it up, each and every moment of my trip was something I'd relish for a long, long time and I just can't wait to plan my next trip again. Thanks Thrillophilia. Cheers!
28 November 2019
I personally loved this trip.. The parvati river and it's shooting sound, natural beauty, and campaign with this, once in a life experience. Kheerganga trekking is my first time for any trekking, but I have enjoyed a lot in the lap of the nature... Obviously don't forget the parvati kund, ohh beauty... Lastly it was a most memorable trip.. Which adopt a sweet spot in my memory, and ringing all time.
09 July 2019
Kheerganga Trek is the best trek i have ever done. Me and my husband both trusted thrillophilia gateway for treking package. And I must say it's the best treking and camping experience for both of us. We trekked with 20 people's group with 2 guides with us. Both of them was very helpful and supportive. Treking with one guide named (Zorochi Stark) on truecaller was really fun. He was really strict about discipline but he was too funny too. Camping and food was the best at this price. We have done wrong date booking by mistaken I guess. But thanks to thrillophilia team to solve it quick and change our booking date. The way to kheerganga was really challenging as its monsoon so trek was very slippery too. But I found it as great adventure. Loved the trip
16 February 2021
Good service and good driver.my family enjoyed good experience.my driver amarjeet sejwal polite person.he drive's safe
Great facility and a very enjoyable experience. The carts and track are in excellent condition. Very reasonable charges. Our kids loved the outing. Strongly recommended.
06 January 2021
Very Good
Nice trip, made new friends enjoyed alot.
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04 November 2020
Wonderful experience and enthralling Triund trip with Devine beauty and mesmerizing breath taking views

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    Bahai or the Lotus temple is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Delhi. Resembling the shape of a lotus flower, it has got nine doors to the central hall which can accommodate around 2500 people at a time. The entire temple structure is intricately carved out from 27 free – marble cladding petals which further amplifies the beauty of the temple.
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    - Dal Makhani: Taj Palace Hotel
    - Paneer Tikka: Hudson Lane
    - Butter Chicken: Moti Mahal
    - Mutton Korma: Jama Masjid
    - Pav Bhaji: Model Town 3
    - Sweet Lassi: Bikanerwala
    - Raj kachori: Haldiram

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