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What You Should Know More About Tours in Delhi
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.
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.
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.
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:
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:
There are various adventure activities to do in Delhi. Here are some:
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.
Here are some great resorts near Delhi along with the various additional activities they offer:
Delhi is a paradise for tourists with many cultural heritages, famous monuments and various parks to visit. Here are a few must see places:
Delhi has numerous activities for children. Some of which are:
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.
Delhi has a lot of places that offer various kinds of adventure activities. Some of the popular ones are:
Here is a list of best restaurants from each cuisine 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.
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:
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:
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:
Delhi is a great place to shop for handicrafts, silks, rugs, etc. These make great gifts too.
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:
The most popular treks near Delhi are:
There are several tour organizers that can book your camping experience. Some of the top spots for camping near Delhi are:
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:
These are some of the most beautiful hill stations near Delhi that is perfect for any kind of getaway:
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.
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.
Famous wildlife sanctuary/safaris near Delhi are:
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:
These are the top places for paragliding in Delhi, with trained instructors to make your ride more fun and comfortable:
Various tour packages are available and can be arranged through tour operators.
Traveller Tales From Delhi
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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!
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.
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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