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  • Activities to Do in Delhi

    Visit Rajpath, Touch Sky with Motorized Paragliding, Pray at Gurudwara Bangla Sahib , Shop at Sarojini Nagar Market, Air Safari, Drive the ATV Bike, Go for F9-Go-Karting, Visit Qutub , Enjoy at India Gate, Visit Red Fort and many more

    Being a plentitude of countless places, history, rich culture and heritage, tourists find the opportunity of indulging in quite a large list of things to do in Delhi. There is no dearth of experiences in this capital city of India that often appears to be overwhelming to say the least.

    These include engaging in adventure activities like paragliding, segway ride, escape games, ATV rides, Go Karting; touring culturally prosperous lanes of Old Delhi on unique rickshaw tours; visiting ancient heritage sites like Humayun’s Tomb, Jama Masjid and many others tourist attractions in Delhi; shopping at the famous and reasonable bazaars and pampering taste buds with local authentic food at various joints and so much more.

    All of this without having to travel miles away and leave the cityscapes. Whether a local tourist or a foreign traveller, the settlement of Delhi offers something to each and how! Read on and you shall know.
  • Adventurous Things to do in Delhi

  • 01Enjoy Segway Ride at Rajpath

    Enjoy Segway Ride at Rajpath

    The fun ride of Segway, which is a battery operated, electric vehicle has gained immense popularity in recent years. The tiny vehicle is the perfect way of learning the right balancing techniques and is a fun idea for smooth commuting for short distances, preferably.

    The good news is that - this is one of the many fun things to do in Delhi and can be experienced at Rajpath. The activity includes proper training and demonstration by experts who make sure to take care of all safety measures and provide necessary gears. It is suggested to wear comfortable clothes and carry a sunglass.

    Location of the activity: Rajpath, New Delhi

    Timings: Monday to Friday - 5:15 am to 8:15 am and Weekends, public holidays - 5:15 am to 9 am

    Charges/Fees: INR 2400 onwards

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  • 02Touch Sky with Motorized Paragliding

    Touch Sky with Motorized Paragliding

    Another interesting experience on the list of activities to do in Delhi is that Para motoring ride. Paragliding in Delhi is gaining a lot of popularity as this ride enables every enthusiast to fly up in the air like a bird! A fan is strapped to the back and the rider is asked to trot; after which within the next few seconds one is is flying in the open sky.

    The overall process involves briefing, training that takes about 15 minutes while the fly time takes another 15 minutes.

    Location of the activity: Gurgaon

    Timings: 5 am to 9:30 am on all days, Winter months - 7 am to 11:30 am; 5 pm to 7:30 pm, Winter months - 2 pm to 5:30 pm

    Charges/Fees: INR 2500

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  • 03Reach the peak with Rock Climbing

    Reach the peak with Rock Climbing

    Rock climbing is one of the best adventure sports in Delhi, it can be exerting activity that requires one to understand techniques of climbing rocky hills very well. Before you decide to conquer peaks, learn the activity from the experts in the city. Learn the correct ways to ascend granite cliffs and tie the perfect knots mandatory for support and it is one of the fun things to do in Delhi.

    The activity can also be opted by experienced rock climbers for some fun time. It caters to all - beginner level, intermediate level, and advanced level and can be correctly chosen according to past experience.

    Location of the activity: Damdama, Gurgaon

    Timings: Every Sunday - 8 am to 12 pm

    Charges/Fees: INR 700

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  • 04Bargain and Shop at Sarojini Nagar Market

    Bargain and Shop at Sarojini Nagar Market

    One of the most fun activities to do in Delhi is shopping at Sarojini and bargaining there is definitely amongst the most essential things to do in Delhi. This bazaar sells everything - right from leather clothes to toys to bags to utensils at unbelievably cheap price!

    It is one of the best places in Delhi for shopping and tourists who visit this place make their way here for bulk shopping, be it anything. On your visit here, make sure to bargain as much as possible, as you tend to get them for even lesser than half of the quoted price. Moreover, After indulging yourself in the tiresome shopping and bargaining, the local food joints take care of your hunger pangs!

    Location of the activity: Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi

    Timings: 9 am to 9 pm

    Charges/Fees: Not applicable

  • 05Air Safari

    Air Safari
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    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. Fulfil- your childhood desire of flying like birds. Indulge in this exciting adventure activity near Delhi - Air Safari that takes you on a flying tour on the suburbs of Delhi and also it is one of the best activities in Delhi. Enjoy a stunning aerial view of lush-green grasslands and amazing farm houses while gliding in the air.

    Experience an exciting Paramotor Flight – 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 on your Delhi tour who assure you a fun-packed aerial time. Boost up your adrenaline with a mind-blowing Air Safari

    Timings: Daylight (Depends on the Season)

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  • 06Drive the ATV Bike

    Drive the ATV Bike

    Every adventure enthusiast is sure to enjoy riding an ATV - meaning an all terrain vehicle or also known as a quad bike. One of the several other adventure activities in Delhi, driving the ATV bike is surely a thrilling one and also one of the amazing things to do in Delhi.

    Though it can be driven on all types of land, the best of this three-wheeler or four wheelers modified vehicle can be witnessed by driving it on rugged, muddy terrains where the low pressure tyres require one to smartly, powerfully dodge the hurdles till the end.

    Location of the activity: Damdama Village, Near Damdama Lake, on Sohna Road

    Timings: 12 pm to 7 pm on all days

    Charges/Fees: INR 500

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  • 07Go for F9-Go-Karting

    Go for F9-Go-Karting

    Pep up to break speed records at F-9 Go Karting where you can choose from a variety of specially designed small four-wheeler cars. Choose from bullet model, go-karts, formula-K 160 CC engine vehicles and race on the well laid tracks.

    Understand the quick brief by the experts and make sure to wear your gears properly. You can choose the number of laps you would like, that take about 15 to 45 minutes, depending upon how much you would like to ride. Time to test speed!

    Location of the activity: Link Road, Near Green Park, Sector 17/18 Dividing Road, Gurgaon

    Timings: Every 1 pm to 10 pm on all days

    Charges/Fees: INR 300

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  • 08Go for a Cultural Walk

    Go for a Cultural Walk

    Delhi’s rich culture rightly deserves a special walking tour. Tourists can learn about it in ways more than reading by taking up a cultural walk that lasts for about two hours. It starts from Digambam Jain Lal temple and goes on through various bazaars of Chandni Chowk that helps tourists learn about the major businesses of kites, cooking pots and lots more and it is one of the fun things to do in new Delhi.

    The walk further becomes all the more interesting on a visit to Golden mosque, old havelis, the town hall, Gurudwara Ganj Sahib and ends at Jama Masjid.

    Location of the activity: Starts at Digambam Jain Lal temple

    Timings: 10 am to 12 pm and 4 pm to 6 pm on all days

    Charges/Fees: INR 500

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  • 09Go for a Rickshaw Tour

    Go for a Rickshaw Tour

    These rickshaw tours are specially designed rides that take tourists through the amazing places in Old Delhi to experience the rustic lanes, crowded setting, mansions, and palaces even. These rides last for about three hours and are available in multiple slots for the convenience of visitors and it is one of the famous things to do in Delhi.

    Expert guides take in charge and offer details about the history, culture, and lifestyle of Old Delhi using wireless headsets. It is indeed also the best way to learn about locally famous eateries.

    Location of the activity: Old Delhi

    Timings: Available in multiple slots throughout the day

    Charges/Fees: INR 4000 onwards

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  • 10Light and Sound Show at Red Fort

    Light and Sound Show at Red Fort

    The pride of Delhi - Red Fort engages visitors in its stunning light and sound show which is certainly one of the activities to do in Delhi that deserves to not be missed. The one-hour long audio and visual shows take back audiences into the history of Delhi and explain the importance of Red Fort and it is one of the famous things to do in new Delhi.

    The show includes speeches by Indian freedom fighters Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and several others and manages to evoke a sense of pride in each one of our heart.

    Location of the activity: Netaji Subhash Marg, Lal Qila, in Chandni Chowk, New Delhi

    Timings: September to October: 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm in English, 7 pm to 8 pm in Hindi, November to January: 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm in English, 6 pm to 7 pm in Hindi, February to April: 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm in English, 7 pm to 8 pm in Hindi, May to August: 9 pm to 10 pm in English, 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm in Hindi - On all days, except Mondays.

    Charges/Fees: Weekdays - INR 60 for adults and INR 20 for kids of age 3 to 12 years, Weekends - INR 80 for adults and INR 30 for kids.

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  • 11Enjoy Heritage Walk

    Enjoy Heritage Walk

    Like the rich culture of Delhi, the heritage also origins from thousands of years ago. It is an interesting amalgamation of ancient, medieval and modernity and the best way to learn about it is on a walk that includes interactions in detail.

    There are several historical places to visit in Delhi, every monument have history, stories that make for an interesting subject, and the same is the case with all the bazaars, temples and stepwells. Waking through various parts of the city and understanding reasons for its existence first hand is perhaps the best way to seek knowledge about this capital.

    Location of the activity: Various parts of Delhi

    Timings: Usually available in multiple slots in morning and evening time

    Charges/Fees: INR 350 to 700.

  • 12Visit the largest mosque Jama Masjid

    Visit the largest mosque Jama Masjid

    Visiting Jama Masjid is on the itinerary of most tourists as it is believed to be one of the best activities in Delhi. Being the largest one, this monument in Old Delhi is one of the best artworks of Mughal architecture. It was built in 1655-56 in the era of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan who also built the famous Taj Mahal.

    From here, the views of the surrounding area can also be enjoyed as the mosque stands at height 30 steps taller than the streets.

    Location of the activity: Jama Masjid Road, Chandni Chowk  

    Timings: 7 am to 12 pm and 1:30 to 6:30 pm on all days

    Charges/Fees: No entry fee, INR 300 for photography

  • 13Step Back in Time at Humayun’s Tomb

    Step Back in Time at Humayun’s Tomb

    Being the first garden tomb in the Indian subcontinent, visiting Humayun’s tomb is an interesting tour for anybody who wishes to step back in time to recall history and makes for one of the most essential heritage-learning activities to do in Delhi.

    As a place of cultural significance, visiting this tomb is considered as one of the certain things to do in Delhi as it was built by great artsmen from Persia and India. It is made of red sandstone with black and white inlaid marbles and holds its grandeur high even today.

    Location of the activity: Mathura Road, Opposite to Dargah, Nizamuddin area  

    Timings: 6 am to 6 pm on all days

    Charges/Fees: INR 30 for Indians and INR 500 for foreigners

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  • 14Taste the Delicacies at Paranthe Wali Gali

    Taste the Delicacies at Paranthe Wali Gali

    Whether you are an Indian or a foreigner, foodie or a non-foodie, tasting the parathas served at this famous Gali, meaning lane, must surely be one of the things to do in Delhi for everybody who ever visits it.

    Here, there are several restaurants and heritage hotels in Delhi near paranthe wali gali that serve all kinds of parathas - right from aloo to gobi to paneer. One can choose to eat at any one them, as they all serve authentic recipes that depict the food-spirit of Delhi in the truest form.

    Location of the activity: Chandni Chow

    Timings: 9 am to 11 pm on all days

    Charges/Fees: Starts at INR 60

  • 15Visit the Fairs at Pragati Maidan

    Visit the Fairs at Pragati Maidan

    Pragati Maidan is a ground in Delhi where the best events, concerts, and fairs of the city take place. There are a number of activities to do in Delhi and most of them take place here, on this ground spread across 150 acres of land.

    So if you looking at spending day time under a roof, visiting different kinds of fairs and exhibitions, this is where you should go. Similarly, you can also look for concerts, fun events that usually take place at evening time.

    Location of the activity: Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

    Timings: 9 am to 8 pm and extends as per the schedule

    Charges/Fees: Varies fair to fair

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  • 16Worship the Lord Krishna ISKCON Temple

    Worship the Lord Krishna ISKCON Temple

    Like every other ISKCON temple, this one in Delhi is also loved by all devotees of Lord Krishna and is often visited for being one of the largest temple complexes in the country capital. Russian artists and the idols of Lord Krishna decorate the inner walls of the temple and it is one of the famous activities in Delhi.

    Here, attending the aartis, singing prayer songs and dancing to its tunes can be one of the activities in Delhi for all spiritual souls.

    Location of the activity: Hare Krishna Hill in Sant Nagar, East of Kailash, Delhi

    Timings: 4:30 am to 1 pm and 4 pm to 9 pm

    Charges/Fees: No entry fee, charges for special rituals - as per ritual

  • 17Get Puzzled in Jantar Mantar

    Get Puzzled in Jantar Mantar

    Jantar Mantar is an observatory of space and time that has puzzled visitors for years. It puts forth improvements, facts, and figures from the world of space and is one of the fun things to do in Delhi. Its intelligent construction dates back in the years 1724 from the olden days of Maharaja Jai Singh 2.

    It is built of brick and rubble and is plastered with lime. It is one of the best 
    places to visit in Delhi with friendsThe greatness of it is well maintained even today which attracts both Indian and foreign visitors regularly. It is worth spending a few hours at, trying to gain depth in the world of space.

    Location of the activity: Connaught Place, Sansad Marg, New Delhi

    Timings: 9 am to 7 pm

    Charges/Fees: INR 5 for Indians and INR 100 for foreign visitors

  • 18Play the Escape Games

    Play the Escape Games

    A fun filled trip to Delhi does not get completed without playing games at Escape rooms! These real life interactive, fun, and challenging games trap players in a room with objects, puzzles, and hidden clues.

    Players then crack codes and solve mysteries and puzzles! And for all of this, one gets only 60 minutes of time. Sounds like one of the must things to do in Delhi, isn’t it?

    Location of the activity: Number - 47, 1st Floor, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi

    Timings: 11 am to 9 pm

    Charges/Fees: Starts at INR 1500

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  • 19Witness a Session at Parliament

    Witness a Session at Parliament

    One of the most impressively constructed buildings in the whole of India, the Parliament house, also known as Sansad Bhawan is one of the worth the visit. The premises consists of a central hall and houses Lok Sabha, Rajya sabha, and a library.

    There are three chambers in the middle of which lies a garden. Spending a few hours here can be doors to some interesting political discussions that make this place a famous destination to visit by locals as well as tourists. Visiting the museum here is one of the things to do in Delhi for tourists where they can learn about the interesting facts of India and its politics.

    Location of the activity: Sansad Marg, Gokul Nagar in Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi

    Timings: 11 am to 5 pm on all das, except Sunday and Monday

    Charges/Fees: INR 10

  • 20Meet the Wilds at Delhi Zoo

    Meet the Wilds at Delhi Zoo

    One of the activities in Delhi includes visiting the Delhi zoo which has been a popular activities in Delhi and a tourist spot for children and adults alike. Here, a variety of animals like the Spider monkey, Chimpanzee, Asiatic lion, Hippopotamus, and many others welcome you. You can also visit wildlife sanctuary near Delhi to enjoy your weekend.

    The list also includes several migrating birds storks and peafowl. There is a reptile house in the centre of the zoo which has various species of lizards and snakes. So a day trip here is always a good idea!

    Location of the activity: On Mathura Road, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

    Timings: 9 am to 4:30 pm on all das, except Friday

    Charges/Fees: Indians - INR 40 for adults and INR 20 for children aged 5 to 12 years: Foreigners - INR 200 for adults and INR 100 for children

  • 21Stroll Around in the Garden of Five Senses

    Stroll Around in the Garden of Five Senses

    Tourists looking for relaxed things to do in Delhi have this option of visiting the versatile park of Five Senses. Here, gradually moving water cascade into channels, while the flora makes for beautiful landscapes. It is one of the best places to visit in Delhi for couples as there are a series of fountains, enough benches for seating space and also a food and shopping court.

    Overall, the place is a great space to spend some time relaxing along the side of nature, breaking up with the city chaos.

    Location of the activity: Said-ul-Ajaib, M.B. Road, South of Saket, New Delhi

    Timings: April to September - 9 am to 7 pm and October to March - 9 am to 6 pm

    Charges/Fees: INR 35 for adults, INR 15 for kids aged up to 12 years and INR 15 for senior citizen

  • 22Watch space at Nehru Planetarium

    Watch space at Nehru Planetarium

    Located amidst green surroundings, Nehru Planetarium enables visitors to take a glimpse at the sun, moon, stars and various planets in the space. Regular improvisations take place to offer innovating programs to visitors that makes visiting here enjoyable and one of the fun things to do in Delhi.

    The planetarium has a theatre in the shape of a dome where shows are held for visitors to understand the functioning of space in an edutainment manner.

    Location of the activity: Teen Murti House, New Delhi

    Timings: 11:30 am to 4 pm - Tuesday to Sunday

    Charges/Fees: INR 50 for adults, INR 30 for kids aged up to 12 years and INR 20 for students.

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  • 23The Beauty of Mughal Architecture at Tomb of Safdarjung

    The Beauty of Mughal Architecture at Tomb of Safdarjung

    The tomb of Safdarjung is an elegant mausoleum built of sandstone and marbles. It a great masterpiece of architecture from the time of Mughal era and has a tranquil ambiance. The garden tomb looks similar to Humayun ka Maqbara and is one of the last monuments built in Mughal dynasty; which depicts the downfall of that period.

    Tourists can notice several pavilions, madrasa and a library at the entrance of the tomb.

    Location of the activity: Air-force Golf Course, Delhi Race Club, at the junction of Safdarjung and Aurobindo Marg

    Timings: 7 am to 6 pm

    Charges/Fees: Indians - INR 15 for Indians and for Foreigners - INR 200

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  • Places to See in Delhi

  • 24Qutub Minar

    Qutub Minar

    Simply a well-known historical structure of India is Qutub Minar, Delhi which has been considered to be a highly important tourist destination in Delhi in the current scenario also. It is a part of the mighty Qutb Complex that has been served as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mehrauli area of Delhi accommodates Qutub Minar and the nearest metro station to the structure is Qutub Minar Metro Station located at a distance of about 3 kilometers.

    It is one of the best places to visit if you want to explore Delhi in a day as the tower is comprised of red sandstone and marble and the measurements say that its height is up to 73 meters. It has five stories and its diameter is 14.3 meters at the base and it becomes 2.7 meters at the top. There is another main factor inside the tower that is the spiral staircase of 379 steps. It has been saying that the design of the tower had its origin from the Minaret of Jam located in Western Afghanistan.

    Qutub Minar’s founder was the legendary Qutub al-Din Aibak who was behind the existence of the Delhi Sultanate. The construction of the structure was started in 1192 and it was completed by Aibak’s successor Iltumish in 1220.

    How to reach: Qutub Minar Metro station is the nearest metro station.  Auto or taxi from there to reach the Qutb complex.

    Timings: During daytime between sunrise and sunset

    Price: Free

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  • 25Akshardham Temple

    Akshardham Temple

    Akshardham Temple or Swaminarayan Akshardham Complex is a renowned attraction in Delhi and it boasts its spiritual and cultural activities spreading across the city. The complex welcomes you to understand and analyze the traditional Hindu and Indian culture, spirituality and architecture. Being one of the most visited tourist attractions in Delhi, the temple possesses grandeur and vibrancy, unbeatable by anything else.

    The temple was inaugurated by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and opened to the public in 2005. The banks of the beautiful Yamuna River in eastern Delhi give space to the complex and the construction was according to the Vastu Shastra and Pancharatra Shastra. Abhishek Mandap, Sahaj Anand Water Show, a theme based garden, and three exhibitions like Sahajanand Darhsan, Neelkanth Darshan and Sanskruthi Darshan which is a cultural boat ride are the features of the temple every tourist will look forward to witness and enjoy.

    Inside the temple, there is the Akshardham Mandir which showcases an intricate architecture. The temple is 141 foot high and 316 foot wide. There, you can also watch the amazing carvings on the walls, of flora, fauna, musicians, deities etc. It has an intricate architectural style of Maharishi Vastu concepts and for the construction of the temple, the pink sandstone from Rajasthan and Carrara marbles from Italy were used.

    How to reach: Metro – Akshardham – Walk/Auto

    Timings: Daylight. Closed on Mondays

    Price: Free

  • 26India Gate

    India Gate

    The All India War Memorial or the India Gate, a major political and historical site in Delhi was built to pay tribute to the 82000 soldiers of the Indian Army who lost their lives during the First World War happened from 1914 to 1921 as well as in the Third Anglo Afghan War. It is situated at Rajpath near Barakhamba Road metro station in Delhi. You can witness the names of more than 13300 servicemen including some soldiers and officers from the United Kingdom displayed on the gate.

    The architecture of India Gate is famed due to the triumphal arch resembling the Arch of Constantine and also compared to the Arc de Triomphe and the Gateway of India in Mumbai. Sir Edwin Lutyens was the master brain behind the design of the structure. After the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971, there was simple structure including a black marble plinth with a reversed rifle which was capped by a war helmet and bounded by four eternal flames built under the Memorial Archway.

    This one was the Amar Jawan Jyoti or the Flame of the Immortal Soldier. The construction of the India Gate was started in 1921 and completed in 1931. Republic Day Parade is the most prestigious event occur in front of the India Gate. India Gate nowadays is the favourite hangout place for Delhities, it is even one of the most famous picnic spots in Delhi for people of all age groups.

    How to reach: Metro – Central Secretariat – Auto/Rickshaw/Walk

    Timings: All days, mainly day time

    Price: Free

  • 27Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

    Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
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    Nested in the heart of Connaught Place, this Sikh worship centre was once the residence of Mirza Raja Jai Singh, which is why it is named as Bangla Sahib. Spend some quiet moments in this holy place with friends and family. Feel the soothing calmness of the place, spend some moments in silence while sitting in this beautiful abode of God.

    It is believed that during the reign of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, the Gurudwara saved scores of residents during an epidemic. Feel the serenity of this place while in this abode of peace. After some quality moment here seek the Almighty's blessings in the form of ‘Langar’ a common meal that was initiated by Waheguru.

    How to Reach: Metro –Rajiv Chawk– Auto/Rickshaw/Walk

    Timings: Daylight

    Price: Free

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  • 28Kingdom of Dreams

    Kingdom of Dreams
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    Now those of you who are looking for some fun and exciting things to do in Delhi then this is definitely the one you should opt for. Kingdom of Dreams is India's initially live excitement, theater, and recreation goal. It is situated in Sector 29, Gurgaon in NCR Delhi, close to the Leisure Valley Park. It was introduced on 29 January 2010 by the Chief Minister of Haryana and opened to open on 18 September 2010. This marvelous Kingdom enlivens a mix of India's specialty, culture, legacy, art, cooking and performing art all with the mechanical wizardry of today. Nautanki Mahal: displaying an indulgent true to life and showy melodic. Culture Gully: an intricate culture, expressions, artworks and sustenance lane. 

    Showshaa Theater: an awesome, brilliant dramatization marquee spotlighting Indian folklore preparations, a taunt wedding appear and the considerable Indian ability bazaar. iifa Buzz: a fabulous Bollywood themed bistro. This is a goal in itself which is catching the creative ability of the world. Get ready to spend your time in the world of dreams. The Nautanki Mahal is jointly owned by Wizcraft International Entertainment and Apra Group. The palatial structure of Kingdom of Dreams has been flawlessly built with spectacular plans and engineering. The extravagance of the social texture has been remembered while planning both the insides and in addition the outsides, making it a must visit amusement park in Delhi.

    The feel of the place is blossoming with hues, lights, and mirrors. Try not to miss an opportunity to satisfy your taste bud with local cooking styles at various state-themed eateries at the sustenance court. With such a great amount to witness and experience, this place is a perfect area to spend a day on. The radiant quality and chimerical structure of this place will hypnotize your senses and take you to the world of fantasies.

    How to Reach: Metro – IffcoChawk – Auto/Rickshaw/Walk

    Timings: Evening

    Price: Depends on show selected

  • 29Connaught Place

    Connaught Place

    Whether shopping or dining or just a lazy stroll - Connaught place is a typical Delhi thing to do, while in this magical place. The long array of roundabouts with arched white pillars on the sides provide you a feeling of visiting some European country. Even if you do not wish to sit or halt at any shop, you can simply enthrall in a long walk under this pillared market that is absolutely beautiful.

    One remarkable thing about this market is that it’s fit for all kind of people. Fancy restaurants and in between hawkers on road provide you with a balanced experience. Delight in a lazy walk around the market, if you wish to fully explore the place – you can also choose to visit the underground market ‘Palika Bazaar’ and roadside market ‘Janpath’, one market which is well acclaimed for replicate items of branded materials. Well, for a full-filling dose of this market you would certainly require ample time and loaded wallet. Incrementally, even one can visit numerous hill stations near Delhi along with your friends and family.

    How to Reach: Metro – Rajiv Chowk– Walk

    Timings: Day and Night (10:00AM – 11:00PM)

  • 30Gandhi Smriti

    Amongst various historical things to do in Delhi – visiting Gandhi Smriti is one tour that you should not miss! This iconic Smriti is built right where the father of nation got shot. This calm place still seems to hold the message of Bapu, feel the utter soothing silence while here.

    Pay your tributes to this holy figure who spent his entire life for our freedom. A knowledgeable trip, while here spend some time in viewing the wide collection of photographs, sculptures and paintings that adorn his room. Know more about his struggles and pre-independence era through a multimedia film played here every day. In addition, there are so many various other popular places that act as perfect weekend getaways near Delhi along with your near and dear ones.

    How to Reach: Metro –Race Course – Auto/Rickshaw/Walk

    Timings: Daylight, Monday (Closed)

    Price: Free

  • 31Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazar

    Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazar

    A chaotic setting of some of the finest products in the World, well, that is only how you can describe this market in Old Delhi. No matter what you are looking for – food, cloth, jewelry, spices; this market just has it all. Chandni Chowk is certainly the heartbeat of Delhi, learn more about how this city made its way from hidden streets to luxuriant malls and shopping plazas and it is one of the fun activities in Delhi.

    It might be old – it might appear as if wrapped under the weight of modern and New Delhi but this chaotic market is a very interesting market for a day out in Delhi. While in its dense lanes get ready to be enthralled with the tangy smell of spices, delicious aroma of a wide variety of street food and of course, the constant shouting of the vendors pulling you inside their shops is something that you just can’t ignore. Take a break from mall-life and get going in this old style market.

    How to Reach: Metro – Chawri Bazar

    Timings: Day and Night

  • 32Hauz Khas Complex

    Another amazing place which is a must visit for you is Hauz Khas Complex. Hauz-e-Alai, by and by known as Hauz Khas Complex is an antiquated verifiable destroy including different tombs, a mosque, and a water tank. There is a lake in which you can see water animals and birds swimming across over the lake and making the environment enthusiastic. It is a decent place to home base with loved ones as it has rich greenery and many eating outlets, stores, bistros and eateries inside the complex. There are a few structures around the complex. The Madrasa is a standout amongst the most eminent structures in the complex. 

    This building was made as a school for Islamic investigations. The Madrasa highlights six structures. Each of these structures has its own vault. These are altogether set around the patio nurseries around the eastern complex zone. The two wings around the Madrasa will meet to make the spot where the Firuz Shah tomb. This is the spot where the previous leader of the territory is covered in. This spot includes a verdana on its southern end. This is the place individuals will enter the tomb from. It additionally highlights an arch that is almost nine meters in width. An expansive gold emblem can be found at the focal piece of the tomb's arch. These elements a progression of sacred writings from the Quran scratched onto it.

    This is a critical place for individuals of the Islamic confidence in India. What’s more impressing about this quaint is that HauzKhas village located in the entrance is a hot-shot shopping place – one of the most favorite things to do in Delhi. Enthrall in the beauty in the day-time while as the night comes you can hit any lounge or restraint as it is one of the best places to visit in Delhi at night. Hauz Khas has much to offer than your expectations.

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

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

  • 33Lotus Temple

    Lotus Temple

    An architectural brilliance and a representative of the Indian artistic nuances is the Lotus Temple in Delhi, the famous tourist attraction, fun activities in Delhi and a major landmark of India that has been attracting tourists from all over the world for long. The construction of the temple was finished in 1986. It is resembling a lotus flower but in white colour and the major feature of the temple is that it is open to all people, regardless of religion and caste.

    The 27 free standing marble clad petals in clusters of three to form nine sides are the strong pillars of the structure. You can enter the temple through nine doors opening to the central hall. It will accommodate around 2500 people at a time. Lotus Temple has gained prominence from the year of its initiation and it received a lot of recognitions from different parts of the world for its inimitable architecture.

    The temple has a great connection with the Bahai Faith that promotes harmony among people through a common place for worship. You can see and read the sacred writings of Bahai Faith as well as of other religions but reading non-scriptural texts and performing ritualistic ceremonies are forbidden even though there is fixed set of pattern for worship services per se.

    How to reach: Metro – Kalkaji Mandir Station – Walk 

    Timings: 09:00 am to 07:00 pm in summer. 09:00 am to 05:30 pm in winter. Closed on Mondays. 

    Price: Free

  • 34Kunzum Travel Café

    Kunzum Travel Café

    For a traveler, meeting like-minded people is part of his journey! Take a break from all traditional things to do in Delhi and take a step forward. Visit Kunzum Travel Café where you are likely to meet many similar-minded Wanderers just like you. Relax with people who respect and share a similar love for travelling.

    Share your travel stories, experiences with others, know more about their travel types and stories. There is no better way to build relationships and connections than by hanging here. Brainstorm on new innovative travel ideas, you can also participate in various travel and photography workshops held here.

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

    Timings: Daylight (Tuesday – closed)

    Price: Depends on the activity selected

    Also Read: 25 Best 2 Days Trip near Delhi

  • 35Dilli Haat

    Dilli Haat
    Image Credit : Vikram Aiyappa-Flickr

    A clean and systematic market that is an absolute contrast to the otherwise topsy-turvy market of ChandniChowk – Welcome to DilliHaat, a handicraft destination for one and all. This market is amongst the perfect things to do around Delhi with kids. Learn more about the traditional art and crafts of different areas, know more about the specialty of each state and finally spend some good amount of time in picking something that you think would adorn your house the most.

    For people who are more inclined towards handicraft and souvenirs shopping, well, this place is certainly your paradise. While for food lovers, delight yourself in cuisine from different states. Well, the options are in abundance – enthrall in an outdoor shopping experience like never before.

    How to Reach: Metro – INA – Walk

    Timings: Day and Night

    Check Out: 30 Best Tourist Places Near Delhi Within 400 Kms

  • 36Spice Market

    Spice Market
    Image Credit : Christopher Porter-Flickr

    Do you know that the largest spice market in Asia is located in Delhi? Well amongst all Delhi things to do, this is one sight-seeing activity in Delhi that is fun of a completely different type. Take a walk through colorful hidden streets of ‘Dilli’ lying under the wraps of ‘Delhi’. It might be famous for its wide variety of spices, nut apart from this you can actually get almost everything in this small street.

    Feel the aroma of various spices proudly thronging this market throughout. From spices to rich variety of dry fruits- you will get everything here. Indian weddings area festival of their own and well this is certainly one of the most favorite wedding shopping destination for food items. Walk into the spice hub of Delhi!

    How to Reach: Metro – ChandniChowk – Walk/Auto/ Richskaw

    Timings: Day and Night

  • Offbeat Things to do in Delhi

  • 37Delhi Cycling Trip

    Delhi Cycling Trip

    Out of all things to do in Delhi, cycling throughout beautiful and hidden lanes of this magical city is something you surely don’t afford to miss! Ride through colorful streets, indulge in various enchanting sights and smell of the place. Paddle your way through stunning streets of Delhi that hold some unsolved mysteries and unsaid stories!

    The best thing about this cycling trip is that you can halt your ride wherever you wish. So, if you are not able to resist that spicy smell while riding through ParanthaGali, just take a break and dig into your desired food. Learn more about Delhi – ride through the past and present, enthrall yourself! Chose from various cycling tours as enlisted below:

    New Delhi Guided Tour: Get ready unravel the hidden treasures of ‘Dilli’. Know more about the capital of India, visit famous ancient as well as modern hot-spots of this magical place. Travel through well-famed hot spots all around the city.

    Shah Jahan Bicycle tour: Shah Jahan Bicycle tour, Old Delhi is an engrossing experience that provides you short exhilarating glimpses of the Mughal life! Admire the grand expanse of Mughal Ruler Shahjahan’s1500 capital - Shahjahanabad. Paddle your way through this old city making its way into the modern Delhi.

    Yamuna Bicycle tour: Kick-start your trip from little lanes of Shahjahanabad, this is one part of Delhi that still seems to breathe back in medical period. Paddling your way through the banks of the river, make your way to NigambodhGhat, a quaint land, away from the hum-drums of Delhi life.

    Suggested Read: 30 Best Tourist Places Near Delhi Within 500 Kms
    Shah Jahan Bicycle Tour, Old Delhi

    Shah Jahan Bicycle Tour, Old Delhi

    NNNNN143 Ratings

    h3 Hours

    Starting from


  • 38Qawwali’s at Nizammuddin Dargah

    Qawwali’s at Nizammuddin Dargah

    Indulge in a spiritual experience of a totally different kind! Amid all spiritual things to do in Delhi, delight yourself in this spiritual experience that uses music as the medium to talk to God. Get enchanted by Qawwali’s which a beautiful fusion of devotional poetry and music. Connect with God, with this ancient method of prayers. More than praying this is a form of meditation that not only soothes your soul but is also pleasant to hear

    Performed every evening, enthrall in gripping Qawwali session at almost all shrines in this region. NizamuddinDargah is the well acclaimed worldwide for its famous Sufi saints – spend some quality time while meditating with these soothing Qawwali’s.

    How to Reach: Metro –Nizammuddin– Walk/Auto

    Timings: Daylight

    Check Out: 15 Best Homestays in Delhi

  • 39Morning Walk in Lodhi Gardens

    Morning Walk in Lodhi Gardens

    Nested in the heart of the city, Lodhi Gardens is the best place to begin your Delhi mornings. Breathe in some fresh air while strolling through the expansive greenery. Admire the royal tombs and ancient verandas that adorn this beautiful heritage of Delhi. Mesmerize in the morning beauty and calm serenity of this famous tourist destination in Delhi.

    Take a break from the routine life and visit this not-so-common garden! Walk on the beautiful pathways, relax in the beautiful greenery and explore this magical place with your kids. Wrap up this fun experience by a lip-smacking breakfast within the vicinity. Give a perfect start to your Delhi trip!

    How to Reach: Metro – Khan Market – Walk/Auto

    Timings: Daylight

    Price: Free

    Check Out: Enjoy Camping near Delhi

  • 40Changing of Guard Ceremony

    Changing of Guard Ceremony
    Image Credit : Parthiv Haldipur-Flickr

    Spend some proud moments in Rashtrapati Bhawan, spend some proud moments while witnessing guard ceremony held on the forecourt of Presidential residence. This is one official ceremony that is held in almost every influential country of the World.

    Considering all security reasons the entrance RashtrapatiBhavan is generally restricted, however, this ceremony is a sneak peek into the Presidential abode. Admire the stunning architecture of this grand building, where the power resides.

    How to Reach: Metro –Central Secretariat– Auto/Rickshaw/Walk

    Timings: Daylight (Depends on the Season)

    Check Out: Best Time to Visit Delhi

  • 41Sightseeing Trip of Delhi in a Private Car

    Sightseeing Trip of Delhi in a Private Car
    • h8 Hours
    • lNew Delhi
    • NNNNN25 ratings
    • 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. 
  • 42Delhi Tuk-tuk Tour-flat 29% off

    Delhi Tuk-tuk Tour-flat 29% off
    • h2 Hours
    • lNew Delhi
    • NNNNN117 ratings
    • Lawson Amaze
      Lawson Amaze

    Delhi brimmed with so many shades inspired by different countries, faiths and moving times. Now to experience authentic Delhi, you need an authentic ride to take you to places considerably faster in the city traffic. Enjoy your Delhi trip with an official travel partner of most Indians- Tuk-Tuk.

    About the tour:
    You will be picked up from the meeting point and begin the tour at 7:00 pm. The English speaking guide will accompany during this tour. He will give you brief details about the places and their stories. 

    Meet Up Details:
    Meet up time: 7:00pm
    Meet up location: KFC outlet at Connaught Place Inner Circle
    Address: A-12, Inner Circle, Connaught Place, Block A, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

    How to reach?
    The best and fastest way to get there from anywhere in Delhi or Gurgaon (Gurugram) is by Metro or you can also take any private transportation to reach the location.

    Starting point: KFC outlet at Connaught Place Inner Circle
    Ending Point: Rajiv Chowk, Delhi

    Minimum 2 people are required to book the tour.

  • 43Heritage Tour in Delhi with Guide-flat 28% off

    Heritage Tour in Delhi with Guide-flat 28% off
    • h8 Hours
    • NNNNN46 ratings
    • Amarjeet Sejwal
      Amarjeet Sejwal
    Start point & End point : From your Hotel in Delhi City
    Sightseeing Timings : 8-hours (9 AM - 5 PM)

    Delhi's Heritage as we all know is very well preserved over the centuries. This heritage Tour basically comprises of all well preserved monuments of Delhi which will be covered in just one day. Book this Heritage Tour to cover all of these Architectural Marvels in a well-maintained Air Conditioned Car with an experienced driver.
    An English speaking guide will also accompany you on the tour that provides a personalised experience and tell you interesting stories about the places.  You will visit Diwan-i-Aam, Diwan-i-Khas, Jama Masjid (Mosque), Raj Ghat, Purana Qila, Humayun’s Tomb, Lodhi Garden, Qutub Minar, Mehrauli Archaeological Park, Dilli Haat, India Gate and many other places with this heritage tour in Delhi.
    In this heritage tour.

    Vehicle Options:
    - A comfortable Sedan for up to 4 adults, options available are Dzire, Xcent and Etios. 
    - A MUV for upto 6 Adults, options available are Innova, Xylo and Scorpio.

    Attractions covered in this tour:
    Red Fort
    Historic fort which served as the main residence of the Mughal Emperors. The prime minister hoists the tricolour flag here every Independence Day. 
    Jama Masjid (Mosque)
    One of the largest mosques in India built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1656. 
    Raj Ghat
    Located on the banks of the river Yamuna, a memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi
    Purana Qila
    The site has been continuously inhabited for 2,500 years and remains dating from the Pre-Mauryan period have been found
    Humayun’s Tomb
    Constructed for the Mughal emperor in the mid-16th century by Haji Begum, Humayun's Persian-born wife, the tomb marries Persian and Mughal elements
    Lodhi Garden
    It houses the mausoleums of two Delhi Sultanate rulers, namely Mohammed Shah and Sikander Lodhi, along with other structures.
    Qutub Minar
    A soaring, 73 m-high tower of victory, built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak immediately after the defeat of Delhi's last Hindu kingdom.
    Dilli Haat
    an open air food plaza for foodie lovers. offers several mouthwatering dishes. Adding a soothing touch to your Heritage Tour. 
    India Gate 
    Built as an ode to the fallen Indian soldiers of World War I

  • 44Haveli Tour of Old Delhi | Book Online & Save 20%

    Haveli Tour of Old Delhi | Book Online & Save 20%
    • h4 Hours
    • lNew Delhi
    • NNNNN128 ratings
    • supplier
      Code: 1180202
    • 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 a common man here. 
    • At the end of the tour, you will then proceed to Masterji ki Haveli, which is an elegant old mansion built in typical ancient Indian architecture. Enjoy the stunning view of the entire city from the terrace with your Masterji 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 
  • 45Authentic Delhi Cuisine Experience

    Authentic Delhi Cuisine Experience
    • h6 Hours
    • lNew Delhi
    • NNNNN29 ratings
    • Chanchal Verma
      Chanchal Verma

    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. 


  • 46Experience Traditional Shopping in Delhi in a Private Car

    Experience Traditional Shopping in Delhi in a Private Car
    • h8 Hours
    • lNew Delhi
    • NNNNN26 ratings
    • Pulkit
    About the Activity:
    • 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.

  • Things to Do Near Delhi

  • 47Bungee Jumping Rishikesh, Book Online & Get 30% off

    Bungee Jumping Rishikesh, Book Online & Get 30% off
    • h1 Hour
    • lRishikesh
    • NNNNN1824 ratings
    • Verified Local Operator
      Verified Local Operator

    Location: Mohan Chatti, Rishikesh
    Rishikesh Bungee Jumping Timing: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM

    - Experience India’s first fixed platform bungee jump destination at Mohan Chatti (52km), a pristine location tucked in the Shivaliks further ahead of Rishikesh.
    - This day trip is bundled with a ride giving you a glimpse of the mountains, crisp and virgin greenery.
    - You can choose from a convenient time and you can opt to travel to Mohan Chatti on an A/C luxury coach at an additional cost
    - Upon reaching, you’ll meet the instructor team, understand the gear, safety tips, jumping techniques, and sign up for a memorabilia kit (photographs, DVD, t-shirt printed with pictures of your jump) if required.
    - Walk on the cantilever platform built over a rocky cliff overlooking River Hall, a tributary of River Ganga. Take your leap of faith and feel the rush.
    - The jump height is 83m. At the end of the jump, you’ll be lowered to a drop zone with 2ft of water.
    - Walk to the cafeteria, reminisce the experience, and head back to Rishikesh. If you wish, you could add more thrills to your adventure cart by partaking in Giant Swing and Flying Fox activities.
    - Note: INR 100 will be charged by the operator as the entry fees to the bungee sight.

    About the Giant Swing along with Bungee Jumping in Rishikesh

    Along with Bungee Jumping, there is one more activity that is being offered to you which is Giant Swing. It is one of the most pulse racing adventure sports in Rishikesh which boasts of the highest bungee jump site in India. It involves a jump from a height of 83 metres with a breath-taking scenery beneath you. There is a fixed platform above where people are fixed with a safety harness and then jump below

    Requirements for Rishikesh Bungee Jumping:
    Minimum Age:
    12 years
    Minimum Weight:
    40 Kg
    Maximum Weight:
    110 Kg

    Bungee Jumping Rishikesh Booking option:

    Bungee Only
    Bungee along with Giant Swing

    How to Reach?
    Rishikesh Bungee Jumping location is Mohan Chatti which is accessible easily through public transport or shared cabs.

  • 48Beach Camping in Rishikesh with Rafting | Book @ ₹799 Only

    Beach Camping in Rishikesh with Rafting | Book @ ₹799 Only
    • d2 Daysn1 Night
    • lRishikesh
    • NNNNN1431 ratings
    • Verified Local Operator
      Verified Local Operator

    Location: Gattu Ghat

    Check-in Time: 11:00 AM
    Check-out Time: 11:00 AM

    Rishikesh is a small town near the holy city of Haridwar, famous for being a spiritual getaway and a hub for adventure sports like white water rafting, cliff diving, rock climbing and many other such heart-pumping activities. Rishikesh is the country's best spot for rafting, and if one throws in the excitement of camping at one of the sandy beaches in Rishikesh, then this trip becomes an unbeatable one. This is an unforgettable experience which one will experience near Laxman Jula.

    This camp offers the comfort of living in cosy quarters with common washrooms, a view of the hills nearby and adventures to last a lifetime. Enjoy the convenience of all basic amenities at camp for a comfortable stay. The river Ganga is just 50 Metres away from the campsite making it a beach camping experience wherein one have access to the river. The location of camps is in Gattu Ghat.

    Also part of the camp are the various indoor and outdoor activities that one can enjoy, in tandem with the white water rafting of 10-12 km, body surfing, rope walk, nature hiking, and camp games (volleyball, football, cricket, badminton). And to make stay even more wonderful and memorable, an evening bonfire will be lit so one can sit around in its warmth and enjoy singing and storytelling with campmates. Dinner will be under the shade of the billions of stars and will come with the option of both, Veg and Non-Veg.

    You can choose from Beach Camping In Rishikesh packages:
    Camping with rafting
    Camping without rafting

  • 49Flying Fox Rishikesh | Book Online & Save 30%

    Flying Fox Rishikesh | Book Online & Save 30%
    • h1 Hour
    • lRishikesh
    • NNNNN723 ratings
    • Verified Local Operator
      Verified Local Operator

    Location: Mohan Chatti, Rishikesh.

    Assemble at Shivpuri Village. Post prepping you up with safety guidelines and necessary equipment, two zip lines send you across the white water rapids at Shivpuri. Feel the excitement as you flit away over River Ganges with a rip-roaring round of Flying Fox Rishikesh adventure.

    In this activity of around 1 hour, you will glide down a sequence of ultra-strong cables or zip lines, attached by a harness and pulley. Roll down the wire up to 
    7 meters above the river level and then go up. Finally returning & settling down at the lowest point. Accelerate up to speeds of 160 kmph. Feel the air gushing past. You are pulled back to the launch platform by a retrieval mechanism.

    A true jewel in the many flying fox in Rishikesh packages, this one involves experienced guides and trainers, who make sure that you have a hassle-free, safe and memorable experience while soaring down. A team even waits for you at the landing platform. 

    Whether you do the flight alone or in tandem with two other people, the experience of Rishikesh flying fox occurs at Shivpuri and provides you with some of the most exciting views of the Himalayas.

    Requirements for Flying Fox Rishikesh
    Minimum Age- 12 yrs
    Minimum Weight – 20 kg 
    Maximum Weight – 130 kg

    Entry Time for the Activity: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Available Package Options:
    Tandem: Tandem Flying fox is done by 3 people.
    Solo: Solo Flying fox is done by 1 person.

    How to reach?
    The activity takes place in Mohan Chatti which is accessible easily through public transport or shared cabs.

  • 50Valley of Flowers Trek, Uttarakhand - 2020

    Valley of Flowers Trek, Uttarakhand - 2020
    • d6 Daysn5 Nights
    • lJoshimath
    • NNNNN2190 ratings
    • Thrillophilia  Vendor
      Thrillophilia Vendor
    July: 6,7,8,13,14,15,20,21,22,28
    August: 3,4,10,12,19,24,25,26,31
    September: 1,7,14

    Thrillophilia Exclusive Dates: (Available only to trekkers who have booked with Thrillophilia) Aug: 10, 11 and September 1

    About the Valley of Flowers Trek:

    With the verdant beauty of the snowcapped mountains in the backdrop, the green meadows and the white clouds blend to make dreamlike Valley of Flowers trek. Perched at an altitude of 14,400 ft, this trek was a sudden discovery by British traveller Frank Smith in 1931.  Step into the bed of flowers while you head out for this one of a kind beautiful trek. You will start this trek from Govindghat via Joshimath which will lead you to Hemkund Sahib on day fourth.  The trek is considered as an easy to moderate trek and is a favourite among the beginners as well as avid trekkers.  Feast your eyes with the thousands of flowers in full bloom.  

    You will come across several streams casually meandering through the valley. Next, you will come across the high altitude serene lake, Hemkund 4329 metre. This lake is considered as a holy site for both Hindus and Sikhs.  The trail will be a steep one but the amazing view with the seven snow-capped mountain around you will definitely make you feel enchanted. Witness the beauty of Hathi Parvat and Saptrishi peaks that feed the lake and you will find a small stream called Himganga which flows out from the lake.  It is believed that Govind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikh faith had meditated on the bank of this lake in one during the ancient times. 

    On your fifth day, you will take the same trek route Ghangaria to Govindghat and then to Joshimath.  Your trek will be a steep one from Ghangharia while enjoying some amazing view of the regions. The valley of flowers treks will take you to the world of the most beautiful and enchanting wildlife which you will cherish for a lifetime.  From Govindghat, drive to Joshimath and you can witness the confluence of Bhagirathi and Alaknanda Rivers to form the River Ganges while you pass through Devaprayag.  You can also explore Auli if you wish in the evening. There are lots of valley of flowers trekking packages which will take you through the beautiful land. Spend some time with nature and capture the scenic images in your heart.

    About the Valley of Flowers:

    Known as the most beautiful trek in the world with the blue Primula, Valley of Flowers Uttarakhand is a must do trek for you. Tucked up at a high altitude this trek is renewed with the Mountaineers and adventure seekers.  Blessed with exotic flowers, faunas and magnificent views this trek will take you to the world of snow clad mountains and high cliffs. High in the grand Himalayas of the Garhwal district sprawls this captivating valley. The best time to do this trek is during the month of mid-July to mid-August.  

    For this trek, you will have to trek from Govindghat, on the route to Hemkund Sahib, up to  Ghangaria which is quite an exhilarating climb. Catch the glimpse of the Himalayan beauty while you head out on this trek. At an altitude of 14,400 ft, you will come across the large clear water lake which will make you stare at it for long. This hidden jewel is a unique habitat and home to millions of species of wildflowers such as saxifrages, sediams, lilies, poppy, calendular, daisies, geranium, zinnia and petunia.  Not just this you will come across varieties of colourful butterflies as you continue your trek. 

    This valley is at an altitude of 3250 m and above. This valley is also a core zone of Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve with an expanse of 87.5 sq km which is just a colourful paradise with alpine flowers. According to the legends, it is believed that this is the place where Pawan Putra Hanuman had collected Sanjeevani Buti to cure Laxman.  Listen to the sound of birds chirping and the musical sound of the stream during the trek. The soothing breeze and the enchanting beauty lure away the nature lovers and the photography lovers. 

    This valley was also declared as a National Park in 1982 and is a world heritage site. One can also find a variety of rare and endangered species of animals like Asiatic black bear, brown bear, snow leopard, blue sheep and more. With the backdrop of the mountains and the scenic trail, you will feel as you have definitely landed in the land of fairies.

    Valley of Flowers Trek Highlights:

    - Blessed with the verdant beauty, valley is filled with 300 different types of flowers.

    - Get a chance to witness the vivid flora and fauna of the region like brahamkamal, saxifrages, sediams, lilies, blue poppy, calendula, daisies, dog flower and brown bear, blue sheep etc.

    - Catch the glimpse of the famous Hathi Parvat and Saptrishi peaks while you head out on this trek.

    -  Meet the local people and learn about the culture of this region. Also, do share a cup of tea with them.

    - While at Hemkund Sahib take a dip in the holy water and purify your soul.

    Quick Facts:

    Maximum Altitude: 14,400 ft

    Temperature: Day: 12°C-20°C and Night: 4°C-10°C

    Distance:  47km

    Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate 

    Starting and Ending Point: The trek starts and ends at Joshimath

    Railway Station: Haridwar is the nearest railway station 

    Airport: Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun

    Base Camp: Govindghat

    ATM: Joshimath is the last place where ATM is there.

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Buddha Jayanti Park

Buddha Jayanti Park happens to be a truly beautiful and well-maintained park with sprawling lush gardens located in the capital of India, Delhi. Since its inception, the park has managed to gain a lot of popularity amongst the locals as well as tourists. This picturesque park includes multiple paved walkways with mesmerizing landscape and blooming flowers. It also has high trees with clear streams gushing through the terrain, complimenting the sheer elegance of the garden. The park is also privileged to shelter an 8-feet copper statue of Lord Buddha, positioned at one of its corners. 

Buddha Jayanti Park or Buddha Jayanti Smarak Park was established as a token to mark the celebration of Gautam Buddha’s 2500
th birth anniversary. The significance of the park lies in the young sapling of the popular Bodhi tree planted here, which has been brought down from Sri Lanka. The Bodhi tree sapling was planted here in the year 1964 by the ex-Prime Minister of India, Lal Bahadur Shastri in the memory of Buddha’s attainment of Nirvana under the Bodhi tree.

In the year 1933, Buddha Jayanti Park was dedicated affectionately to the fourteenth Dalai Lama. Each year the people of Delhi celebrate Buddha Purnima or Buddha Jayanti in this park in the month of May with great pomp and show. 
Buddha Jayanti Park is mostly visited by nature lovers, photo fanatics, and wanderers. It is also considered to be one of the major hubs for couples. So, if you are visiting Delhi with your loved one, do not forget to pay a brief visit to the famous Buddha Jayanti Park. That being said, the park also invites families and friends.


Madame Tussauds

Meet your favorite icons from the silver screen, sports, entertainment, and history in their striking wax figure  avatars at Madame Tussauds, Delhi. The world famous Madame Tussauds museum in the capital city has immortalized many of the famous personalities held close to heart by the Indian audience, all under one roof, starting from yesteryear’s hollywood sensation Marilyn Monroe to the contemporary youth icon and captain of Indian cricket team- Virat Kohli. 

Housed inside the prominent Regal Building in Connaught Place, the museum is easy to access for those visiting Delhi for a brief period. Delhi’s Madame Tussauds was opened by the European company- Merlin Entertainment Pvt Ltd. in December 2017, initially housing wax figure lookalikes of fifty famous personalities, and the collection has grown since then.

By Metro: Delhi airport metro is the fastest and the most cost-efficient way to reach the Tussauds museum from Delhi Airport. Board an Airport Express train from IGI Airport (connected to airport terminals 3 and 4) to New Delhi station. From New Delhi station, change for Rajiv Chowk on the yellow line of Delhi Metro. 

From Rajiv Chowk metro station:
 the museum is at 5 mins walking distance away. 

By Cab:
 For a more comfortable journey, book a cab from the airport to Regal Building, Connaught Place. Call-a-cab services like Ola and Uber are functional in the city 24x7.

Janpath Market

If shopping has always remained one of your favorite pastime hobbies, Janpath Market of Delhi is something you should never miss on. Being one of the most popular markets of the capital city of Delhi, Janpath Market is highly adored by tourists across the globe. Janpath Market of Delhi is known as a fun-frolic market where you see more foreigners than Indians. Gujarati and Tibetan Market are the two principal streets that combine to represent the whole of Janpath Market. 

Kashmiri stuff such as woolen scarves, Pashmina shawls, suit sets, handwoven kurtis, brass artifacts, Chinese lamps, wooden stationery items, mojris, and so on are the chief attractions here. Besides, you can even dig for ethnic dresses, decorative items, cotton garments, Rajasthani color paintings, Indian artifacts, blue pottery, leather footwear, and carpets.

You will find both the shops here – the ones who tag their items with fixed price labels and the second one where you are free to bargain. So, if you possess a bargaining ability and want to buy stuff at reasonable prices, head towards the non-tagged shops. 
That’s not all that the Janpath Market has got for you.

Just cross on the road, and you will find innumerable eateries lined up across the street. Both Indian and International Food Brands have rented their space there across the street. You can either munch in your favorite ‘sev’ varieties at the Haldiram or Bikaner outlets or simply sip a cup of espresso at the Café Coffee Day – the choice is yours. 
Westerners do not need to worry about running short of the local currency as Janpath Market has services like Western Union and MoneyGram to facilitate things for you.


Deer Park

Deer Park is a vast land and preservation area built in Delhi. It is also referred to as the A. N. Jha Deer Park, after Shri Aditya Nath Jha, a veteran of the Indian Civil Services who was awarded a Padma Vibhushan for his immense contributions. There are various subsections to the park with flourishing flora and fauna. These sections include the Rose Garden, Rabbit Park, Duck Park, and Deer Park and interspersed picnic spots. The Park is also a reverend spectacle of tombs from the Mughal era. 

There is a shimmering lake inside the park with bountiful vegetation around it, which makes it a mesmerizing destination to lay back and relax. Many tourists and localities alike visit the park for morning walks and immerse into the liberal and pollution-free atmosphere provided by the park. Others come here for bird-watching as spotting a rabbit, or a rise winged parakeet is not an uncommon sight. 

Deer Park is one of the most sensitive green zones in Delhi that preserves an interdependent and nurturing relationship between flora and fauna. Thus, the park poses not only as a historical and cultural attraction but also provides a nurturing space for children to learn about codependent relationships between animals and their biodiversity.

Tughlaqabad Fort Delhi

Tughlaqabad Fort is also named as the Ruined Fort and is considered to be a symbol of strength for Tughlaq dynasty. Built in 1321-1325 AD by Ghiyasu'd-Din Tughlaq, this fort is said to be his dream even before he was the ruler. He wanted to build a city where his people could live in harmony and feel protected by the presence of the fort. Tughlaqabad Fort is most beautiful specimens of pure islamic architecture and has a touch of  the Sultana's.

From the walls to domes and carvings everything was on point and It can be witnessed on the 13 entry gates of this fort, each one of them have amazing designs. Tughlaqabad Fort was famous for its greatness but still it got abandoned not long after it was built. There are many stories which claim that the place is cursed and is haunted.

Legends says that a Sufi saint cursed the place and it led to the downfall of Tuglaq dynasty. Today this place has become home to many other stories which adds to its existence. It is cursed or not, but this place will not fail to amuse you as you can enjoy the breathtaking view of the capital from the top of the fort and can capture the scenic beauty this place offer in your frame.


Agrasen Ki Baoli

The Agrasen Ki Baoli is one of the top historical monuments located in Hailey Road, New Delhi. It happens to be one of the old age water reservoir that was used to quench the thirst of many. 

This water reservoir is almost 103 stone steps tall above the ground and happens to be hidden in the middle of the top corporates and business towers of Delhi in recent times. 

This place is now protected under the Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, 1958. 

The Agrasen ki Baoli is located inside a structure, which is 15 meters in width and 60 meters in length. As per the beliefs, the Agrasen Ki Baoli dates back to the age of Mahabharata and it was a part of the ancient civilization that flourished here.

On many occasions, the lower parts of the Baoli seems to be submerged with water. This signifies this ancient water reservoir is still serving its purpose. 

The Agrasen Ki Baoli is widely acknowledged for its serene atmosphere and peaceful environment.

Tourists, as well as local Delhi people, come to this place to spend their leisure time. Photographers love this place as it offers amazing backdrops for picture-perfect portraits. When you are in Delhi, you can come over to this amazing place and explore this enigmatic architecture.

History of Agrasen ki Baoli - 

The Agrasen Ki Baoli has been connected with a number of past historical significances. It has been associated with many powerful civilizations and kingdoms.

This age-old water reservoir has been shrouded in mystery. As per the beliefs, the King Agrasen had built it in the Mahabharata era. It is also said to have been renovated in the 14th century by Aggarwal's. 

The Agrasen Ki Baoli happened to be one of the important places for the ancient community.

It used to be a meeting point of the women as they used to spend time around the place in the summer days to beat the scorching heat. 

The Agrasen Ki Baoli has also been used for celebrating many rituals and religious ceremonies.

This community-building served a number of other purposes apart from being a mere water reservoir.  

With time, this place has been a popular shooting set for a number of Bollywood movies. If you can recall Raju Hirani’s movie ‘PK’, then you can reminisce about this place.

On the other hand, it has been associated with a number of haunted stories from the past. As per beliefs, it is considered to be a place for many haunted incidents and happenings. 

The Architecture of Agrasen ki Baoli - 

The Agrasen Ki Baoli is considered to be one of its kind architecture that dates back to the time of Mahabharata. The architecture of this water reservoir is considered to be very futuristic.

The structure of the place is completely different from any other water reservoir built across the country. 

In the monsoon season, the level of water in the Baoli rises up to about 4-5 meters above the earth and remains completely dry for the rest of the year. 

The Agrasen Ki Baoli was not constructed in a round shape as any other traditional Baoli in India. However, it was built over a series of 108 steps that slopes into the earth and was constructed over three floors.

 People used to spend leisurely time in each of the floors and the floors were decorated with intricate stone carvings. Moreover, the stone carvings were made in complete symmetry with each other. It is believed that this water reservoir has also undergone a number of renovations in between.

This is evident from the Tughlaq style of architecture and from the Aggarwal style of architecture. 

The architecture of this place is said to be progressive at that point of time as it was not only built to serve the purpose of water reservoir but also to be a popular place for rituals and community meets. 

When you come over to this place, you may not find huge architectural marvels in the present time, however, you will certainly like the covered wall, a small mosque and arched alcoves in the complex. This place is worth paying a visit. 

Haunted Stories about Agrasen ki Baoli - 

The Agrasen Ki Baoli has got a number of haunted stories associated with its name. The locals term it as a haunted place because of various haunted incidents and paranormal activities. 

As per the beliefs, it is believed that it was once filled with black water and people were compelled to commit suicide. 

It is also considered that the Agrasen Ki Baoli casts as a magical spell on the tourists who tend to stay back in the complex until late evening after dusk. In order to top up the paranormal activities, the presence of some nocturnal creatures like bats and owls elevate the inexplicable proportion. 

Many tourists have experienced an unseen force that pulled them towards the water when they went downstairs. 

Conversely, it is not known if all these paranormal activities are true but these incidents certainly make the place popular among adventure seekers.

 All these stories and beliefs have certainly made this place more titillating. If you want to know more about the haunted stories and cross-check if they are true or not, then you can visit this top haunted places in Delhi. 

Mehrauli Archaeological Park

Located in the national capital of India, the Mehrauli Archaeological Park is an important historical site covering over 200 sq km area. The park is most famous for being the only area in Delhi to have 1000 regular years of occupation. Holding one of the highest cultural distinction in Delhi, the park is home to the worn-out tombs of many significant historical figures including Balban, Quli Khan, and Sufi poet Jamali. The archaeological park is also famous for housing the stepwell, 'Rajon ki Baoli'. 

Along with being packed with the most prized relics of the medieval era, the park is home to numerous plants and trees that add to its natural charm. To the delight of bird watchers, several rare aviary creatures also dwell in the branches of the park's trees. In the heart of these trees is a beautiful lake that offers a mesmerizing view of the sunset.

Mehrauli Archaeological Park proves to be an excellent source of recreation for people of all ages. The educational aspect of ancient ravaged monuments entices young minds while the organic beauty of several gardens crowded with thick rose bushes bewitches the adults. Bustling with school expeditions and family picnics on the busiest of days, the park brims with a sense of an inexplicable nostalgia. Regardless of what part you decide to explore, you are met with a wave of history and heritage. A subtle reminder of ancient art and medieval culture, the Mehrauli Archaeological Park is no less than a paradise for every history enthusiast. 

The Architecture of Mehrauli Archaeological Park 

The Mehrauli Archaeological Park located right in front of Qutub Minar is an architectural marvel of the medieval times. Inspired by the Indo-Islamic style of architecture, the monuments of the park combines intricate stonework with elaborate masonry. Nested in the heart of the Aravali mountain range, the Mughal piece of architecture stands as proud as the mountain peaks that surround it. 

Encapsulating the apparent success of architectonics of the bygone era, the heritage shrines of monument closely resonate with the national identity of the time. With a varied range of ornate carvings adorning the earthly walls, the park showcases the heterogeneous nature of the many faces of Indian society. 

Spreading over an expanse of 200 acres, the park is held in high cultural regard as it hosts more than 100 unique ancient relics. Along with being a hub of famous graves and tombs, the park abounds with several mosques, gardens, lakes and other historic structures. 

Hosting several wells, step wells, sulphur wells, barracks and gateways, this archaeological marvel is often referred to as a people's architecture. With functional underground aquifers controlling the water supply, the site was prominently constructed as a village to be inhabited by a civilisation.

Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk’s inception has its roots lying in the period of the reign of Shah Jahan. The emperor found the city of Shahjahanabad (now known as Old Delhi) in order to relocate his Mughal Capital to this place from Agra. Initially, Chandni Chowk was just positioned as an arcade, which featured a pool of clear water in its heart that sparkled when the moonlight fell over it. 

Various shops were positioned around the arcade in the shape of a half-moon, whose placement was done for the emperor’s daughter, Jahan Ara Begum to purchase her favorite things. The spot saw the gathering of merchants and traders from across the nation who came here to sell a plethora of things. 
The initial days of the inception of Chandni Chowk had gained a lot of popularity for silver traders, who came in a huge number to sell silver. According to popular beliefs, this could be a possible reason the hub was called Chandni Chowk as ‘Chandi’ is the Hindi name for silver.

- Location: 
Chandni Chowk is situated near the railway station of Old Delhi.

- Timing:
 Chandni Chowk can be visited from 9.30 AM to 8 PM, throughout the week except on Sunday.

Paranthe Wali Gali

Paranthe Wali Gali is a famous street in Chandni Chowk known for selling the best parathas in the city. This legendary street is a haven for foodies who’re on the lookout for a scrumptious range of parathas that can instantly bring water in their mouths. This street houses some of the oldest shops which have been in the business of serving tasty parathas for ages. The parathas that are sold at these shops are quite different from the Punjabi parathas that are roasted in ghee. The parathas served at Paranthe Wali Gali are a mixture of bedmi poori that is deep-fried and Punjabi paratha in which ghee is smeared at the top.

This street always seems bustling with the crowd due to the gastronomical experience that it offers to the visitors. Unimaginable and scrumptious fillings like matar, khoya, papad, bitter gourd, banana, rabdi, etc. are available here in the parathas. These parathas are served with curries, mint chutney, tamarind chutney, and an exotic preparation of sweet pumpkin. You can also have delicious lassi over here that is served in a kulhad for that lip-smacking taste. 

- Location: 
Gali Paranthe Wali, Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi.

- Timings:
 9:00 AM -11:00 PM

- Price: 
INR 150-200


India Gate

India Gate is one of the politically and historically significant places in Delhi. It is represented as an All India War Memorial as it displays its grandeur to honor the martyrdom of valor fore-taken by the India Army. It was constructed as a war memorial by the British Raj in order to pay tribute to the martyrdom of British Indian Army during the First World War. 

The deemed designer of this structure was Sir Edwin Lutyens. The foundation of this structure was laid in the year 1921. After ten years of planning and construction, it was finally inaugurated by the then Viceroy of India Sir Lord Irwin in February 1931.

- Location:
 India Gate is located in New Delhi, the capital of India.

- Address:
 Rajpath, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi, 110001, India

- Timings:
 India Gate is open for visits throughout the week. The timings for its visits are:
                  Monday to Sunday: 12:00 AM – 12:00 PM

- Entry Fee: 
There is no entry fee for visiting India Gate.


National Rail Museum, Delhi

Situated in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi – the Rail Museum offers a window into the railway heritage of the country. Also known as the National Railway Museum, this space is spread over 10 acres and displays some of the most awe-inspiring and fascinating railway paraphernalia. 

Established in 1977 on February 1st, the museum strives to preserve and protect the 163 years old railway heritage of India. There are nearly 100 real-sized exhibits of Indian railways in the museum – some of which are still working. On the other hand, there are also some static exhibits, antiquated items, old furniture etc. For rail nerds, this space is a haven where you can immerse in the rich history of Indian railways.

Moreover, there are also a couple of dummy specimens that offer rides to both adults and kids. Latest additions to the museum include facilitated 3D virtual train ride, steam loco stimulator, and a magnificent indoor gallery. The lush green gardens surrounding the museum also houses its oldest and most precious treasure – the famous Fairy Queen, the oldest working steam locomotive in the country.

Location: Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021, India.

Weekdays – Rs.50 for adult, Rs.10 for a child

           Weekends & Holidays – Rs.100 for adult, Rs.20 for a child

 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Entry closes after 4:30 PM). The museum is closed on Mondays.


Splash The Water Park

The Splash Water Park on the outskirts of Delhi is an ideal weekend escapade for the locals and tourists who want to enjoy their leisure and embark on water sports in the midst of countryside settings. Spreading over a straggling area of 5 acres, it is a perfect combination of an amusement park and water park.

Besides some adrenaline-pumping rights and activities, the water park has some old school activities such as the Hide and Seek Hopscotch and others offering unbound thrill and fun for visitors of all age groups. However, the crowd-pulling rides include the Cyclone Family Slide, Harakiri, Multi-lane slides, Mini Columbus Ferris Wheel Mushroom Fall and Splash Pools.

The Splash Water Park is a much sought after venue for school excursions and day trips with family where kids can enjoy a whole range of water activities and other amusement rides. The quality of water used for the water rides meets international standard and are maintained regularly by the authorities.

The layout of the Splash Water Park has two distinct divisions- on one side there is a swimming pool and various kinds of slides. On the other side of the park, there are few rides specially designed for the little ones. These rides include SkyTrain, Mini Columbus, Striking Car, Cup Plate, Carousel Revolving Tower, and Break Dance. There are also some adrenaline-charged slides that will certainly bring out your adventurous zing. The slides include- Body Slide, H2O Slides, Turning Point Slide, Mushroom Slide, Family Slide, Wave Pool, Waterfall, Aqua Dance, Lazy River, and Cyclone Slide.

The Splash Water Park is a unique amalgamation of adventure and entertainment that facilitates birthday parties, corporate events, pool parties, product launches and small gatherings in a  well maintained and secured environment. inside the precincts of the park is also a hotel named Retreat which accommodates guests both for lodging and dining purposes.  After a tiring day of fun and frolic, you can satiate your taste buds at any of the food joints inside the park.

There are exclusive packages for educational institutions, offices, and corporate sectors that come with a whole range of amusements such as water activities, welcome drinks, food, music etc. In other words, Splash Water Park is really an enjoyable respite from Delhi heat. 

Safdarjung's Tomb

The glory of the capital city of Delhi lies in all the ancient artechtual elegance it carries and Safdarjung's Tomb is among them. Paired with sandstone and marble, the tomb carries a rich history of India underneath its grand walls. Constructed in 1754 the tomb is memorabilia for the Mugal Empire.

It was Mughal ruler of that time, Ahmad Shah Bahadur who dedicated the tomb to his court's prime minister, Safdarjung. Found right in the epicenter of the city, the tomb is acknowledged by tourists as a place to unwind and relish the rich architecture.

The place has a garden and a mausoleum too. The tomb and the mausoleum are also remembered very rich in history as they are one of the last structures built under the Mugal Empire; the downfall of Mughals had already begun towards the beginning of the 1700s, with the death of Aurangzeb.

The garden homes a madrasa and a library among other amenities and is managed by the Archaeological Survey of India. The tomb is a must-visit for anyone from the history buff to someone who would like to lean deeper into affluent past India has had.

People can also enjoy morning walks and even a good read at the garden and library respectively. Visitors can also appreciate a mesmerizing sunset from the place. Standing amidst the busy city yet providing an atmosphere of sheer peacefulness,  the wonderful Safdarjung's Tomb is open from dusk till dawn. 


Jahaz Mahal

Enticing a heavy influx of tourists each day, Jahaz Mahal in Delhi is the real definition of extraordinary beauty. Situated in New Delhi’s Mehrauli area, this excellent monument features amazing engineering and outstanding architecture. Constructed during the reign of the Lodi dynasty, Jahaz Mahal manifests minute detailing and delicate Islamic art.

The very term “Jahaz Mahal” implies “Ship Palace” and this beautiful name is inspired by the placement of the monument near a lake known as Hauz-i-Shamsi. The monument renders a mesmerizing reflection on this lake’s clear waters, which apparently looks like a beautiful ornate ship sailing in the sea.

Built between the years 1453 and 1525, Jahaz Mahal was also popularly known as ‘Sarai’ in the bygone times. This is for the reason that the monument was constructed for the purpose of providing an accommodation facility to the pilgrims and travelers flocking to Delhi from places such as Morocco, Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Arab. It is also believed that the real reason behind the construction of this monument was for creating a comfortable summer resort for the royal Mughal rulers and their families. 

In present day, Jahaz Mahal is visited by a host of tourists from all over the world. Housing a pretty little mosque within its premises and surrounded by lush gardens, this monument attracts pilgrims, history buffs, peace seekers, and photo fanatics. Although a few parts of this structure are in ruins now, yet Jahaz Mahal continues to impress and leave its visitors spellbound with its elegance and charm.


Khan Market

Classy and posh, in Delhi is one of the most expensive and well known shopping plazas across the world. The double storied market in the heart of Delhi is home to the best known brands from within the country as well as outside it, and caters to the interests of people across all ages. Khan Market is a favourite hub of the expat and the diplomat community in Delhi. The market is known for its assortment of high-end brands across all products, including clothing items, footwear, jewelry, artefacts and handicrafts, stationery, and even grocery items.

Khan Market also offers restaurants, eateries and cafes. The sprawling marketplace is littered with a number of eateries, suitable for all budget ranges. From roadside roll stalls to authentic fine dining diners, one is spoilt for choice here. The market is also well known for its unique book stores. The quaint little bookshops found here are often accompanied by adjoining themed cafes, offering a one of a kind reading experience for visitors. 

Although there are Street side retail wares available in Khan Market, options of these are few. However, if one is looking for intricately crafted handicraft items, traditional souvenirs or handcrafted junk jewelry, the market offers an array of shops selling these as well. 

History of Khan Market

Established in 1951, the double storeyed market complex initially consisted of 154 shops. The shops were allocated as seed land to immigrants coming in from the North West Frontier Province following the Partition of India in 1947.

The first floor of the complex  comprised of 74 flats for the shopkeepers who set up shop here and their families. The first traders who set up shop here named the complex after the renowned freedom fighter Khan Abdul Jaffar Khan, as a tribute to his efforts of helping the migrants arrive safely into India.

Khan Market lies very close to the India Gate, and is practically unmissable for tourists coming here. It is well connected by road to almost all parts of the city. To make the commute to the market even more hassle free, the Violet Line of Delhi Metro has the Khan Market station which opens directly into the market premises.

National Museum Delhi

The National Museum or National Museum of India in New Delhi is one of the largest museums in India. Situated on Janpath Road, the museum is a hotspot for people who are indulged in art, culture, and history. After granting the appointment from the Government in India, in 1946 the Maurice Gwyer Committee laid the foundation stone of the National Museum. The National Museum of India was completed and inaugurated on 15th August 1949. This marvel functions under the Ministry of Culture of the Government of India.

The museum houses more than 2,00,000 artifacts of Indian and International origin. The works of art and culture displayed here are said to be over 5,000 years old. Some artifacts belong to the ancient civilization of Harappa. Tourists from all over the globe visit the museum not only to see the wonders of ancient civilizations but also to witness the culture of various nations through the various paintings, statues and sculptures that are here. 

The National Museum of Delhi operates with a full-fledged list of various departments, viz. 

1. Archaeology

2. Arms & Armour

3. Central Asian Antiquities

4. Anthropology

5. Manuscripts

6. Paintings 

7. And many other departments. 

The various departments hold artifacts that represent the glorious and rich past of the civilizations and also reflects the diverse ways of practicing architecture and art. 
The museum has a lot of knowledge to offer to the visitors who have minimal interest in history and ancient civilisations.

History of National Museum

An exhibition in 1947-48 of various Indian historical artifacts was on display in the Royal Academy of London. Taking an idea or inspiration from this, various curators from the exhibition decided to plan a similar exhibition to display artifacts from museums across India. With this, an exhibition was organized in Delhi in the Rashtrapati Bhavan in 1949. The exhibition turned out to be a very popular one and this led to the idea of establishing a permanent museum. 

The construction work of the museum was given a green signal and by 1949, the National Museum of India was constructed. C Rajagopalahchari, the then Governor-General of India inaugurated the museum on 15th August 1949. The various ancient artifacts in India’s possession were out on display in the museum and the place became a center of knowledge and history.

Through the years, there were various modifications and several other constructions that took place in and around the museum. With all the advancements completed, the final phase of the museum was ready by 1989.

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  • Q. What are the best things to do in Delhi at night?

    1. Forget the Limits of Partying at House A: Relish some fine wines and liquors and enjoy partying at House A until 4 AM. The spectacular decor of this nightclub is sure to add to your mood.
    2. Enjoy Night Safari at Sanjay Van: Go on a night safari at Sanjay Van and experience the jungle buzzing with the noises of the wildlife. 
    3. Relish some North Indian Parantha at Moolchand Paranthe Wala: Moolchand Paranthe Wala is a famous food outlet in Lajpat Nagar, serving delicious parathas since 1975. Don’t forget to head to this place and relish some piping hot paranthas with anda curry, aloo matar, and gobi do pyaza.

  • Q. What are the best things to do in Delhi for couples?

    1. Take a Stunning Glimpse of the City from Delhi Eye: Hope on the giant ferry of Delhi Eye and marvel at the glittering skyline of the city. Inspired from the very popular ‘London Eye’, this lovely destination can offer you a spellbinding view of the entire city of Delhi once you enter the AC capsules. 
    2. Enjoy some Vintage Wine at Rose Cafe: Flaunting a Victorian era interior, Rose Cafe can offer you the most intimate candlelight dinner you can ever wish for. The warm atmosphere and their delectable vintage wine will just add the right flavour of romance to your day.
    3. Shop Your Heart Out at Delhi Hatt: Head to Delhi Hatt and check out the plethora of handicraft stores lined up in the area. Buy some exciting souvenirs for yourself and your beloved at bargainable prices. 
    4. Spend Some Romantic Moments at Deer Park: Unwind in the lush lawns of Deer Park and spot some beautiful rabbits, peacocks, guinea pigs, and deers.

  • Q. Where should I go for a 2 day trip near Delhi?

    Here is the list of some best places to go for 2 day trip near Delhi:

    1. Shimla - 343 km from Delhi
    2. Rishikesh - 285 km from Delhi 
    3. Mussoorie - 287 km from Delhi
    4. Manali - 538 km from Delhi
    5. Kasauli - 288 km from Delhi
    6. Haridwar - 483 km from Delhi
    7. Lansdowne - 258 km from Delhi
    8. Jaipur - 805 km from Delhi
    9. Agra - 771 km from Delhi
    10. Dehradun - 450 km from Delhi

  • Q. What are the places to visit near Delhi for weekend?

    Here is the list of some places to visit near Delhi for weekend:

     - 237 Km from Delhi (Known for River Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Flying Fox)
    Manali - 538 Km from Delhi (Known for Camping, River rafting, Trekking) 
    Shimla - 343 Km from Delhi (Known for Mountaineering, River rafting, Paragliding)
    Kullu - 497 km from Delhi (Known for Paragliding, Camping, River rafting)
    Kasol - 519 km from Delhi (Known for Kheerganga trek, Adventure camping)
    McLeodganj - 470 km from Delhi (Known for Kareri River Trek, Camping)
    Auli - 388 Km from Delhi (Known for Skiing, Trekking, Camping)
    Bir - 517 km from Delhi (Known for Paragliding, Trekking, Camping)
    Ranthambore National Park - 394 km from Delhi (Known for Safari Rides, Wildlife Spotting)
    Jim Corbett National Park - 300 km from Delhi (Known for Elephant Safari, Wildlife Tours)

  • Q. Which hill station is near from Delhi?

    Here is the list of best hill stations near Delhi:

    1. Manali - 538 Km from Delhi
    2. Shimla - 343 Km from Delhi
    3. Mcleodganj - 479 km from Delhi
    4. Kasol - 519 km from Delhi
    5. Bir - 517 km from Delhi
    6. Kullu - 497 km from Delhi
    7. Dharamshala - 474 km from Delhi
    8. Dalhousie - 560 km from Delhi
    9. Mussoorie - 280 km from Delhi
    10. Lansdowne - 258 km from Delhi

  • Q. What can I do in Delhi for 2 days?

    A 2-day trip to Delhi is perfect to explore the best that the city has to offer.

    Day 1 

    1. Qutub Minar - the tallest brick minaret in the world and the venue of the first mosque in India. 
    2. Humayun’s Tomb - The iconic tomb built in red stone bears the graves of Humayun Kabri & Haji Begum, and has even been an inspiration while building the Taj Mahal!
    3. India Gate - Visiting the largest war memorial in India, with a  triumphal arch, is an absolute must when in Delhi. Surrounded by sprawling lush gardens and connected to Rashtrapati Bhavan, the President’s Residence and an architectural marvel, visiting India Gate should be on top of your list. 
    4. Chandni Chowk - Lined with plenty of shops and eateries and bustling with tourists and locals, Chandni Chowk’s streets welcome you to a vibrant experience! Shop for souvenirs, knick-knacks, clothes and more, and try out the mouth-watering street food, especially the chaats.

    Day 2 
    1. Old Delhi - Walk through the narrow lanes and explore Delhi of the yesteryears.
    2. Red Fort - Red Fort is renowned for being the venue where India’s PM makes his Independence Day speech, followed by the parade. The monument is a huge complex boasting of Mughal and Islamic architecture.
    3. Jama Masjid - This exemplary Mughal monument is the largest mosque in India, and also one of the most sacred destinations where you can offer prayers. End your trip on a pious, positive note with a visit to Jama Masjid.

  • Q. What is the best time to visit Delhi?

    Hosting the guests all year round, Delhi has the most pleasant surroundings and temperature between October to March. Around this time, the temperature stays around 10-20 degrees due to the winter season. At this time, you can easily stroll in the markets and visit all prime locations.

  • Q. What is New Delhi famous for?

    Delhi is famous for plenty of things, that range from tourist attractions, to shopping and dining. Among the prominent tourist places are the Red Fort, iconic from the 17th century, the Qutub Minar which is a 5-storey victory tower, and Humayun’s Tomb which is a palatial 16th century tomb for Humayun and his wife.

    Other, more recent attractions include the lush Lodhi Garden, the India Gate, the National Rail Museum, and of course, Rashtrapati Bhavan which is the President’s home. For a luxury dining experience, the Hauz Khas Village is a must visit. For shopping and dining at a lower price range you must visit Sarojini Market for clothing and accessories and Chandni Chowk for street food delights! New Delhi doesn’t disappoint with its food and shopping extravaganza.

  • Q. What is Delhi Haat famous for?

    Run by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC), the Delhi Haat is an open aircraft bazaar and food plaza. This unique venue boasts of arts, crafts, culture and a variety of local food. You feel a sense of pride as you learn about India’s rich heritage and also witness Delhi’s growth over the ages.

    Enjoy a fancy shopping and dining experience at Delhi Haat, served at reasonable prices, which makes it a tourist-favorite spot. There is a range of products that represent India’s artisanal skills and fine craftsmanship and you’ll find all of it here at Delhi Haat.

  • Q. What is Hauz Khas famous for?

    You’ve probably heard of Hauz Khas in every Delhi-based show or movie that you’ve ever watched. Hauz Khas is a hot spot for the socialites of Delhi. It is one of those high-end venues where work meetings are held, or socialites from around the city are spotted catching up over a fancy brunch. Locals too enjoy visiting for some fine dine and to spend some quality time with their friends.

    There is an endless queue of cafes and restaurants that dot the streets of Hauz Khas, and most of these offer luxury dining experiences amidst a plush, cozy ambience. LIVE music, lip-smacking food, DJ nights, and divine drinks flowing through the night is what completes the exclusive experience Hauz Khas offers.

    In the midst of the ‘happening’ pubs, are the quaint cafes that offer some serenity creating a beautiful blend of party and peace. You’ll also spot a couple of high-end fashion stores hidden amongst the many eateries. If you want to experience the extravagant Delhi lifestyle, this is the place to be!

  • Q. What should one not do in Delhi?

    Here are some handy points to remember while travelling to Delhi:

    If you aren’t used to street food, go slow on what you eat there. Although tempting, your body might not respond well instantly to Delhi’s powerful flavours. 
    Owing to the heavy pollution, you will need to wear a mask while heading out. 
    Don’t run for a metro as these can be pretty crowded and there’s a risk of getting injured in a packed train. If you’re enjoying a leisurely visit, wait for an emptier train to come by. Avoid travelling by metro in the peak hours. 
    Be cautious of whom you’re befriending and where you are travelling to. 
    Always keep your belongings close to you, especially while visiting crowded areas like Chandni Chowk and Palika Bazaar.

  • Q. Is Delhi safe at night?

    If you are travelling as a group, Delhi might seem safe at night. But if you’re travelling as a couple or are a solo woman traveller, moving around in Delhi at night might be a tad bit dangerous. There have been cases of petty thefts and crimes in the recent past, owing to which travelling alone late at night isn’t advisable.

    Shops in Old Delhi shuts down by 8 pm and the alleys get lonely and risky. If you happen to venture out later in the day, do your best to travel by the Delhi Metro so that there are a good amount of people around you.

  • Q. What are the fun things to do in delhi for youngsters?

    Below is a list of fun things to do in delhi for youngsters:

    1. Take a segway: Ride a segway at janpath and take a tour of the city in this chic ride.
    2. Fly in the sky while Paragliding: Fly high in the limitless sky while you traverse the blue surrounding you without wings and enjoy paragliding in Delhi.
    3. Rock climbing: Enjoy this extreme sport while ascending the granite cliff and learn the best skills of climbing the rocky hills. A trip here will surely be thrilling and adventurous.
    4. Shopping at Sarojini Nagar market: Bargain with shopkeepers and get the products at the best price in this market. Shop for everything starting from handicrafts to high level brands.

  • Q. What should I buy in Delhi?

    The top items to shop for in Delhi are:

    1. Embroidered handbags - These are handcrafted with lace, pearls, beads, and thread-work and prices range between Rs. 1500 to Rs. 3500, depending upon the craftsmanship.

    2. Silver Handicrafts - From silver tea sets to jewellery and showpieces, every work of silver boasts of fine artisanal work. Prices vary depending upon the amount of silver used and the ongoing rate, but if you’re willing to spend on something exquisite, this is it!

    3. Lac and Glass - The resin-filled glass bangles are some of the best and the vibrant array they are available in will leave you spoilt for choice. 

    4. Zardosi - The art of embroidery with gold thread can be found all around Delhi. You can buy these as materials, or full-fledged suits. 

    5. Madhubani Paintings - Unique to Delhi, the city’s Madhubani paintings depicting Hindu deities and nature, are some of the finest!

  • Q. Where can I spend a day in Delhi?

    Delhi has many famous locations where you can spend a day enjoying with your friends and family.
    Below you will find a list having the spots where you can try the best things to do in delhi:

    1. Visit Paranthe wali gali: Visit this street and try some of the best local foods, each for your breakfast, lunch and dinner.
    2. Take a stroll around Jantar Mantar: Spend a day visiting Jantar Mantar and marvel at its fascinating architecture.
    3. Visit Ghalib Museum and Library: If you are interested in literature and love listening to poems and ghazals, then visit this museum and experience the best work of Mirza Ghalib.
    4. Sarojini Nagar market: Spend a day here while finding the best items from the giant heaps. Shop for everything starting from handicrafts to high level brands. Once you are done shopping, try some tasty local street food without hurting the pockets.
    5. Delhi Zoo: Meet the wild animals at Delhi Zoo and spend a fun time with your friends and family.

  • Q. What is Sarojini market famous for?

    Located in the plush Sarojini Nagar in South Delhi, Sarojini Nagar is popular for its extensive options of clothing and accessories to shop from, at pocket-friendly prices. You’ll also find an infinite range of home products and products for everyday use, which you can bargain for. On any given day the streets are bustling with excited shoppers, trying to get irresistible deals on the array of goods.

    From casual tops starting as low as Rs. 100 to party tops at steeper prices, you’re sure to find everything here. First copies of high-end designer bags and jewellery, handmade artworks and products, artefacts, lamps and chandeliers, you name it and Sarojini Market’s got it!

  • Q. Is it safe to walk around Delhi?

    If you are travelling with a group or are a male, Delhi is pretty safe at all hours. However, if you are a couple or a woman solo traveller, you need to be wary of where you are in Delhi and at what hour. Even in the day it is best to travel with a map because the narrow by-lanes can get lonely.

    In the evenings, many of the shops shut down for the day, so it is wiser to get back to your hotel or place of accommodation before dark. The Delhi metro though is your safest bet, so instead of walking around alone, you can hop into a metro train to get to your destination sooner and safer.

  • Q. What is the famous food of Delhi?

    There’s plenty that you can eat in Delhi, especially the street food which is unmissable! Some of the best dishes here are:

    Chole Bhature
    Dahi Bhalle
    Maharaja Kachori
    Chole Samosa
    Aloo Chaat
    Rabdi Falooda
    Aloo Tikki