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About the Destination:Nag Tibba trek or the trek to the Serpent’s Peak is a wonderful delight for adventure lovers from all over the world since it showcases the best serenity and exciting trekking routes through thick jungles and meadows. Nag Tibba is extensively located at a distance of about 3022 meters making it an ideal weekend getaway destination especially for adventure trekking. Many people find this very interesting to refresh themselves from routine boring work life. Comparatively it is a less explored trekking route near Mussoorie but with so much to witness and relish. Garhwal Himal
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About the Destinations: Indulge your visual senses as you take on the Tosh valley trek, a trail that will take you across the periphery of the mighty Himalayas. A village at the end of the Parvati Valley in Himachal Pradesh, Tosh is situated at a height of 7,874ft and leads to the beautiful Pin Parvati Pass. The Tosh River here is an offshoot of the Parvati River, which suckles into the main river at Pulga. With this activity, get to experience the valley which is constricted at the beginning but unwraps later into attractive pastures as it ascends. Lap up the striking spectacle at the pa
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Available Group Departure:Jan: 13,14,15,20,21,25,26,27Feb:  2,3,10About the Activity:Ladakh has always captivated visitors with its magical charm and beauty. Be it the picturesque mountain peaks, azure lakes or the challenging trekking trails, this scenic valley is known for all. While during the summers, the region adorns the most vibrant colour of the nature, during the winters it is embraced with heavy snowfalls that cuts off the entire region from the rest of the world.Nestled deep within the whirly passages of the snow-clad mountains, this frozen river also entices thousand of trekkers fro
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What You Should Know More About Tours in Delhi

  • When is the best time to go to Delhi for holidays?

    The best time to visit Delhi for holidays is during the winter season (October to March). These months are fairly pleasant as opposed to the other months when the weather is scorching hot.

  • What sort of climate can I find in Delhi?

    In Delhi, you can experience extreme climates. It is scorching hot in summers ranging from 25 degrees to 45 degrees and really cold in winters ranging from 22 degree to 5 degree.

  • Is it safe for solo female travelers to visit Delhi?

    Yes, It is safe for solo women travelers to travel to Delhi. However, it is suggested for them to stay away from the closed secluded areas, especially at night. 

  • What should my travelling luggage be like? What things must I carry? What sort of clothes should I carry on a Delhi trip?

    When travelling to Delhi, there are certain things you need to specifically carry due to the weather, road conditions, etc. Here is a list of things to keep in mind while packing:

    • Comfortable clothes – to suit the sultry weather
    • Flip-flops and shoes – walking on the streets of Delhi is not the same as walking elsewhere. You are going to have people stepping over your feet and tearing apart your footwear while street shopping or eating. Get a pair of sturdy shoes and flip flops.
    • Scarves and sunscreen – To protect your skin from the scorching sun.
    • Digestive first aid – Just in case, you are up for some serious roadside food stalls.

  • What romantic things can be done in Delhi?

    Delhi being a city of buzz, it is hard to have some alone time with your loved one. However here are a few things you can try to pep up your romance:

    • Walk through Fio and Magique, Garden of Senses.
    • Dine at Fio and Magique’s romantically set restaurant.
    • Watch the sunset together at Parthasarathy rocks.
    • Go on a date to the chic Rose café in Saket.

  • What adventure activities can be done in Delhi?

    There are various adventure activities to do in Delhi. Here are some:

    • Paragliding – Sohna, Gurgaon
    • ATV adventure ride - Malpura
    • Flyboy Air Safari – Gurgaon
    • Rock climbing, Rappelling, etc – Snow adventure Zone, Burans Khanda

  • Is Delhi a good option for family holiday?

    Yes, Delhi is a good option for a family holiday as it offers some activity or place to explore for all age groups and also many sights to see as a group.

  • Which resorts are good for stay in and near Delhi?

    Here are some great resorts near Delhi along with the various additional activities they offer:

    • Botanix Nature resort – Swinging bridge, pottery making, tug of war are some activities that you can try here. Nestled in greenery, it is a beautiful resort away from city life.
    • Heritage Village resort and spa – Karaoke Sessions, Horse and camel ride, DJ night are some fun activities at this resort. This resort is popular for its spa treatments.
    • Ashok Country Resort – Located in Rajokri, it is a perfect place to unwind from the stressful workload. It is not too far from the city centre and provides exceptionally soothing Ayurvedic treatments.

  • Which are some famous tourist attractions in Delhi?

    Delhi is a paradise for tourists with many cultural heritages, famous monuments and various parks to visit. Here are a few must see places:

    • India Gate – This is a famous war memorial and is beautifully lit after sunset.
    • Lotus Temple – This Bahai temple in Delhi is structured in a lotus shape and is a popular tourist attraction of the city.
    • Dilli Haat – Experience true Indian culture in the ethnic shopping market that also has delicious local food stalls.
    • Connaught Place – An all in all hangout spot. Be it shopping, food or movies, this place offers them all!

  • Which activities are best for children in Delhi?

    Delhi has numerous activities for children. Some of which are:

    • National Zoological Park – for nature lovers. The variety of animals will have the kids thrilled.
    • National science centre – a mix of fun and knowledge, this museum has many interesting exhibits and it is worth the visit.
    • Worlds of wonder – Amusement park.
    • Adventure Island – Amusement Park.
    • iSkate – entertainment centre with ice skating, karaoke, music, etc.

  • What sort of nightlife is there in Delhi?

    Delhi’s nightlife may not be as happening as Mumbai or Bangalore. However, if you happen to know the right places, you will have a good time. Most clubs/pubs shut down by 12- 1 AM. A few places might be open for a little longer. Vasant Kunj, Hauz Khaus and Khan Market have some popular places for nightlife. 

  • Which are some of the best places to do adventure activities in Delhi?

    Delhi has a lot of places that offer various kinds of adventure activities. Some of the popular ones are:

    • Power Paragliding – Sohna, Gurgaon
    • ATV adventure ride - Malpura
    • Flyboy Air Safari – Gurgaon
    • Rock climbing, Rappelling, etc – Snow adventure Zone, Buranskhand.

  • Which restaurants serve the best food in Delhi?

    Here is a list of best restaurants from each cuisine in Delhi:

    • Shang Palace – located in Connaught place and serves Chinese.
    • Sorrento – located in Connaught place and serves Italian.
    • Tamra – located in Connaught place and serves Asian (Indian, Chinese and Japanese)
    • Oriental Octopus – located on Lodhi road, it is vegetarian friendly and also has gluten free options.
    • Tadka – located on Nehru Baazar Ramdwara Road and serves Indian food.

  • What is the kind of transport in Delhi?

    The modes of transportation in Delhi are in plenty. Buses, metros, railways are some popular and cheaper public transports of the city, however, opt for it only if you are ready to travel in large crowds of local people. Not advisable for claustrophobic people.

     

    If you do not wish to walk around too much, taxis and rickshaws will take you directly to the spot. Rickshaws can be a different and more local experience in Delhi and is also negotiable.

  • Can I do a cycling tour of Delhi? Which places are famous to explore on a cycle?

    There are various tour operators that can arrange for a cycling tour for you around the city. Here are some of them with few of the places that they cover:

    • Shah Jahan Bicycle tours – Chawri Bazaar, Red Fort and Jama Masjid.
    • Haveli Bicycle tours - Chandni Chowk, Red Fort, Sadar Bazar, Ballimaran, etc.
    • Raj Bicycle tours – Turkman gate and Ajmeri Gate, Paharganj, Presidential palace.
    • Yamuna Bicycle tours – Nigambodh Ghat, St.James Church.

  • Where can I do shopping in Delhi? What things are a must to buy in Delhi? Which markets are famous in Delhi?

    You can literally find something to shop in every nook and corner of Delhi. From big size malls to road side stalls, it has them all. Some of the popular shopping places of the city are:

    • DLF Emporio
    • Pacific Mall
    • Ambience Mall

     

    You can’t find more pocket-friendly places in Delhi for shopping. With numerous markets to explore, most sell homogeneous products. Only the price may vary which is highly negotiable in the small stalls in the market. Here is a list of some of the major markets that Delhi has:

    • Dilli Haat
    • Janpath Market and Palika Bazaar
    • Sarojini Nagar
    • South extension
    • Khan market
    • Chandni chowk
    • Karol Bagh
    • Connaught place
    • Paharganj
    • Lajpat Nagar
    • Greater Kailash

    Delhi is a great place to shop for handicrafts, silks, rugs, etc. These make great gifts too.

  • Can we go on a historical tour of Delhi? Which historical places are a must visit in Delhi?

    Yes, there are several tour companies that offer historical tour visits of Delhi. Some of the historical places that you shouldn’t miss while you are there are:

    • India Gate – War memorial
    • Qutub Minar – 5-storey monument
    • Humayun’s tomb – 16th centuries tomb
    • Old Delhi in Shahjahanabad
    • Red Fort
    • Jama Masjid

  • Which are some famous treks near Delhi?

    The most popular treks near Delhi are:

    • Nag Tibba Trek – 10,000ft above sea level, easy level of trek.
    • Chopta Chandrashila Trek – 13,415 ft, easy level.
    • Lansdowne – 245 km from Delhi, easy trek.
    • Benog Tibba Trek – 300 km from Delhi, moderate level of trek.
    • Roopkund Trek – 305 km from Delhi, moderate to difficult level of trek.

  • Which are some famous places for camping near Delhi?

    There are several tour organizers that can book your camping experience. Some of the top spots for camping near Delhi are:

    • Camp Mustang – Sohna Road, 50 km from Delhi.
    • Camp Tikkling – Gurgaon, 60 km from Delhi
    • Camp Wild Dhauj – 61.5 km from Delhi
    • Damdama Lake – Gurgaon, 62.5 km from Delhi

  • Which are some weekend destinations from Delhi?

    Delhi is a compact city with so much heritage and rich culture along with crazy hustle bustle of its numerous shopping streets and hectic life of people. To rewind and recharge yourselves once in a while there are multiple weekend getaways near Delhi you must road trip to:

    • Rishikesh – 242 km away
    • Jaipur – 268 km away
    • Mussoorie – 275 km away
    • Nainital – 296 km away
    • Shimla – 340 km away
    • Dharamshala – 474 km away
    • Kasol – 528 km away
    • Manali – 537 km away

  • Which hill stations are good to visit near Delhi?

    These are some of the most beautiful hill stations near Delhi that is perfect for any kind of getaway:

    • Manali- Himachal Pradesh, 540 km from Delhi, most popular hill station with snow-capped Himalayan peaks.
    • Nainital- Uttarakhand, 302 km from Delhi, also known as the “Lake district of India” with a beautiful Naini lake and Naini Peak.
    • Mussoorie – Uttarakhand , 279 km from Delhi, Gateway to the beautiful Yamunotri and Gangotri rivers.

  • Where can I go for a rafting tour near Delhi? Is Rishikesh a good option for a rafting tour?

    Rishikesh is one of the best spots for white water rafting in India, It is located 242 km away and takes approximately 6 hours to get there by road. There are 4 main routes for river rafting with the craziest and most challenging rapids. 


    The best months to go for river rafting in Rishikesh near Delhi would be from February to May and October and November. Avoid planning rafting during the monsoon season as the river can get pretty dangerous and is recommended only for seasoned rafters.

  • How far is Manali from Delhi? How to go to Manali from Delhi?

    Manali is 537 km from Delhi. The most popular mode to get to Manali is the public bus transport from Delhi. You could also drive down on your own, it takes about 12 hours to get there. The most frequently taken route is the Jammu- Delhi highway road.

  • Which places are famous for a wildlife safari near Delhi?

    Famous wildlife sanctuary/safaris near Delhi are:

    • Sariska National Park, Rajasthan – 230 km away
    • Rajaji National Park, Uttarakhand – 220 km away
    • Corbett Tiger Reserve, Uttarakhand – 230 km away

  • Where can we go for some Himalayan treks near Delhi?

    The Himalayas are truly the roof of the world with the most majestic mountain ranges and landscaped sceneries. Owing to this natural beauty, there are a multiple pass and routes for Himalayan trekking.


    Here is a list of the most convenient and popular treks in the Himalayas:

    • Chadar Trek –lasts for 9 days and is very challenging
    • Nag Tibba trek – Easy trek at the highest peak of the lesser Himalayan region.
    • Roopkund trek – moderate level of difficulty. Takes about a week.
    • Hampta pass – easy trek level for 4-5 days.

  • Where can we go for paragliding near Delhi?

    These are the top places for paragliding in Delhi, with trained instructors to make your ride more fun and comfortable:

    • Power paragliding in Sohna, Gurgaon
    • Up in the air – Bir Billing

     

    Various tour packages are available and can be arranged through tour operators.

Traveller Tales From Delhi

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Lavanya Trivedi

10 July 2015

Got the chance to meet some really friendly people on this trip and we had a nice time going all around Old Delhi with our friends. Cycling tour started early morning and we cycled to ghats of Yamuna river. We also indulge in boat ride and seen a church. At the end of the trip we had nice breakfast. It was very well organised tour. Our guide was very good and had awesome knowledge of the city.

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Ekdant Jain

05 May 2016

Had an absolutely amazing time. Being a delhiite i had never thought of roaming around in delhi on an auto-rickshaw. But when i took this tour just to check. I was amazed and found this tour a brilliant one not from Delhi to See the whole Old Delhi within 3 hours that too with ease.

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Meera Rathore

15 March 2017

A great tour on the first day in Delhi. They treated us like a friend who explained the Indian culture and told us the stories related to this temple. We watched 4 show which was outstanding especially the Fountain show. I loved the experience and I do recommend everyone.

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Chaten Gill

06 August 2015

Had a great time looking at Delhi through a new eye. There were so many things that even I did not know, inspite of being an Indian. Highly recommended if you are a history lover like me.

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Jagadish Gandhi

30 May 2016

Fun and exciting tour in one of my most favourite cities in the world! Got to see a lot of New Delhi on our trip with a few freidns from Croatia and we all had a blast!

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Gudakesa Bhattacharya

03 September 2015

For everyone Delhi has something special in store. It was an exhilarating time spent with like minded people. Well organised and executed.

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Sucheta Namboothiri

26 July 2015

For the first time I did not feel like temples are mad for old people only! I learnt so many new things!

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Amritambu Kocchar

06 March 2016

Tiring but exciting experience with adequate rest stops and well organised itinerary. Especially seeing agrasen Ki Baoli made me appreciate just how rich and diverse our capital is. We were exhausted by the end but trust me it was all worth the effort.

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Dakshayani Dhawan

05 September 2015

Coming back to my own city after long years abroad was a very emotional experience for me. Going on this tour was thus both nostalgic and pleasing. Had a great time listening to the quaint stories and anecdotes.

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