Delhi Tour Packages
The history of Delhi, the capital city spans many different civilizations. The earliest architectural artifacts come from the Maurya Period (about 300 BC), and Emperor Ashoka (273-236 BC) was found close to Srinivaspur after that. The emperor ordered the construction of the well-known Iron Pillar close to the Qutub Minar.
Delhi served as the capital of both the Islamic and British empires until India’s independence in 1947. Since that time, Delhi has been divided into two parts: old Delhi and new Delhi. Delhi was also designated as India’s capital. We offer the best Delhi tour package for people who want to explore the city.
Bookings for our Delhi tour package can be made for any day of the year. small size of group Visit as many monuments as possible. the availability of on-demand assistance in both English and another language. (If you want a language guide other than English, you must pay extra.) – A one-hour tour of Old Delhi’s Chandni Chowk, Khari Boali, and Chawri Bazar on a traditional rickshaw that explores the true history and way of life of the Mughal era.
- Hotel pickup and Drop-off
- Private transport vehicle
- All taxes, fees and handling charges
- Gratuities (Optional)
- Entrance Fees
- Camera use charges.
- Amount of entry tickets of monuments.
8:30 AM, pickup from the hotel or airport, A quick introduction to the driver, the guide, and the itinerary for the Delhi sightseeing tour.
The Delhi tour package include the following destinations, which can be changed to suit your preferences. (It is completely acceptable if you skip or add any tourist attraction.)
The largest mosque in India is the Jama Masjid in Delhi. In the historic district is the Jama Masjid. It may be seen from the Red Fort across the street. It integrates flawlessly into the skyline of Old Delhi. It was constructed from 1644 until 1658. Tour via rickshaw in Chandni Chowk.
You can visit the famous Red Fort if you book a trip with our Delhi tour package. The Red Fort, a magnificent structure composed of red sandstone, was constructed during the rule of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. It is where the Prime Minister of India delivers the Independence Day address to the country. The armament museum, the sound and light show, and the Diwan-e-Khas Diwan-e-am are all worthwhile attractions at the Red Fort.
Book a Delhi tour package with us and visit Rah Ghat. Raj Ghat is a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi that is set amidst a verdant garden. Gandhi’s final words, “Hey Ram,” are written in gold letters on his monument. Gandhi Memorial Museum and Gandhi Smriti Museum are two Gandhi museums located on the property. There are several other locations here if you want to spend more time there, such as Vijay Ghat in Delhi, which is home to Lal Bahadur Shastri’s memorial. He was a prominent independence fighter who was friends with Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi, among others. Also, Shanti Van, Shakti Sthal
Book a Delhi tour package and take your family to India Gate. Edwin Lutyens created the 42-meter-high India Gate, which is located on Rajpath in the heart of Delhi, in honour of the Indian soldiers who gave their lives in the First World War. On the arch, their names are etched. An evergreen picnic area in the middle of urban Delhi, the Amar Jawan Jyoti, an eternal flame, burns in honour of the Unknown Soldier beneath the protection of the arch and is surrounded by lush lawns, fountains, and water features.
The secretariat buildings are close to the Indian Parliament House, which is situated near them on the Vijay Chowk’s northwest side. The largest democracy in the world is represented by its parliament building. Three semi-circular chambers and a central hall with a domed roof make up India’s Parliament House. Originally, the council of state, legislative body, and chamber of princes were to be housed in these chambers.
Our Delhi tour package include a visit to the President House.
The Governor-General of India resided at Rashtrapati Bhawan, formerly known as “Viceroy’s House,” until India gained its freedom. The structure, also known as President’s House, is located in a famous area of New Delhi. Its 200,000 square foot floor space includes 340 furnished rooms. This classical structure was created by the British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens and features colours and details unique to Indian architecture. It was finished in 1929, and in 1931 it was formally opened.
The Mughals carried their love of water, gardens, and fountains with them. Haji Begum, the bereaved widow of the emperor, constructed Humayun’s Tomb in 1565 AD, the first complete example of Mughal architecture in India. The Taj Mahal of Agra served as the pinnacle of a new tradition of extravagant design that began with the red sandstone structure that was embellished. The Persian architect Mirza Ghyas’ design for Humayun’s Tomb departs noticeably from the Persian custom of decoration with coloured tiles. The mausoleum is a square tower with a spectacular marble dome on top. It is situated in the middle of a sizable square garden that is surrounded by high walls and has doors to the south and west. The dome has a copper pinnacle on top and is 140 feet tall above the terrace’s base. (Closed on Mondays). Book a Delhi tour package and visit Lotus Temple. It is one of the most amazing structures associated with the Baha’i faith. The temple is located in the nearby city of Kalkaji. The temple was built to look like a lotus flower. Marble, dolomite, cement, and sand were used to create the enormous lotus flower. The temple is open to individuals of all religions and does not place any limitations on its visitors.
This 72.5 m tall pillar, which was erected in 1199 AD during Sultan Qutub-ud-din Aibak’s rule, is a representation of the Delhi Sultanate. The ruins of Kila Ri Pithora, Prithviraj Chauhan’s fort, and a remarkable iron pillar from the Gupta era that hasn’t corroded yet are all visible close by.
Our Delhi tour package includes a visit to the Lotus Temple. A 1986-built Baha’i House of Worship can be seen in New Delhi, India. It is known for having the shape of a flower and serves as the Mother Temple of the Indian subcontinent. It has grown to be a popular tourist destination in the city. The Lotus Temple has been highlighted in several newspaper and magazine stories and has received multiple architectural prizes.