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Pick –Up and drop of at Barakhamba Metro Station

Operates every day except Sunday

0700 Hrs Pick –up from Delhi visit Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Raj Ghat, Humayun’s Tomb and Qutab Minar.

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Jama Masjid

In Old Delhi, you will see the Jama Masjid , built in 1650 AD, and one of the largest mosques in India. Drive through the fabled Chandni Chowk (literally, ‘Silver Street’), once the most opulent perfume market of India, but now a bustling market, good for hunting down old and new silver and gold from jewelers whose forefathers served the emperors. Visit Raj Ghat where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated following his assassination in 1948.

 
 
Qutab Minar

New Delhi was planned and built by the British in the 1920s and is characterised by Sir Edwin Lutyen’s monumental architecture. You will visit Humayun’s Tomb, aptly called the predecessor of the Taj Mahal because of its ornate Mughal style of architecture, later perfected in the Taj

Mahal. You will visit the 12th century Qutab Minar , considered one of the most perfect towers in the world, measuring 72 metres high. Nearby, amidst the ruins of the Quwwat ul Islam Mosque, stands the iron pillar, which is over 1500 years old and seemingly immune to rust. Drive through the city viewing the Diplomatic Enclave, government buildings, Central Secretariat, President’s House and Parliament House, India Gate.

 
Chandni Chowk

andni Chowk is one of the oldest and busiest markets in Old Delhi, India. Chandni Chowk is located close to Old Delhi Railway Station. The Red Fort monument is located within the market. It was built in the 17th century by Mughal Emperor of India Shah Jahan and designed by his daughter Jahan Ara. The market was once divided by canals (now closed) to reflect moonlight and remains one of India’s largest wholesale markets

 
 
Rajghat

Raj Ghat is a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. Originally it was the name of a historic ghat of Old Delhi (Shahjahanabad) on the banks of Yamuna river. Close to it, and east of Daryaganj was “Raj Ghat Gate” of the walled city, opening at Raj Ghat on Yamuna River. Later the memorial area was also called Raj ghat. It is a black marble platform that marks the spot of Mahatma Gandhi’s cremation, Antyesti (Antim Sanskar) on 31 January 1948, a day after his assassination. It is left open to the sky while an eternal flame burns perpetually at one end. It is located on the banks of the river Yamuna in Delhi in India on Ring Road officially known as Mahatma Gandhi Road

 
 
humayun-tomb

Humayun in Delhi, India. The tomb was commissioned by Humayun’s son Akbar in 1569-70, and designed by Mirak Mirza Ghiyas, a Persian architect chosen by Bega Begum. It was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent , and is located in Nizamuddin East, Delhi,

 

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  • All transfer & Sightseeing’s by Air Conditioned Toyata Innova
  • Monument entrance fee for Humayun’s Tomb and Qutab Minar.
  • Local English Speaking Guide in Delhi
  • Any lunch, dinner, snacks, mineral water etc. unless mentioned in the itinerary
  • Tips, gratuities
  • Portage, laundry, telephone calls, table drinks or any other expenses of personal nature
  • Any item not specified under cost includes
  • Travel Insurance

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Essential information on Travel to India, including information regarding Visa, Currency, Health requirements, safety etc. Our travel guide to India (below) covers a lot of common questions, which almost all travelers to India seek answers for.

Climate

Temperatures in India vary through the year and are different in North and South India. The winter months from November to March, are usually pleasant all over India with day time temperatures in North India averaging around 20-25 degree Celsius and at night between 5-10 degree Celsius. The summer months from April to June are increasingly hot almost everywhere in the country. During this period temperature is routinely up to 40 degree Celsius. India receives majority of rainfall between June and September. The peak tourist season in India runs from October to April, being the cooler months……. but, travelling to India during summers has certain advantage of lower prices, fewer crowds and better animal sightings in National parks and sanctuaries.

Clothing

December and January can be chilly in the north, and woolen sweaters or jackets are recommended. If you are travelling at any other time of the year, or to other parts of India, light cotton clothing will be sufficient. Comfortable and casual are the watchwords. Do bring several sets of clothing, as the roads are dusty and although your vehicle air-conditioned, walking around will get clothes dirty fast! Laundry service is available in all the hotels so you can replenish your supply of clean clothing, and when you need it.

Currency.

The Indian currency is called the “Rupee” and the coins are known as “paisa”, 100 paisa makes 1 Rupee. Coins are issued in denominations of one, two, five and ten rupees. Paper currency notes are issued in denominations of 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 Rupees. You are advised to carry mix of cash and Travellers cheques. Credit cards can be used at almost all the hotels, restaurants and in most of the shops in all major cities; however they have restricted usage in more rural areas. ATM access is available in almost all the cities.

Electricity

The electric current in India operates on 220/240 volts. Electric plug types come in at least two sizes and vary throughout the country, the rounded two or three pronged plug is most commonly used.

Health Information

No vaccinations are required before arrival into India. However, the CDC does advise that you take precautions against malaria. Mosquitoes are generally found outdoors at dusk; hence it is advised to be cautious. Don’t drink water from the tap! While in some of your hotels the water is sufficiently treated to be drinkable, it is better to be safe than sorry. It is also easier to get in the habit of never using tap water for drinking purpose, than to try and evaluate the situation each and every time. It is also recommended that you use bottled water to brush your teeth.

Hotels/Accommodation

The Government has introduced “No-Smoking” legislation for all hotels, restaurants and other public places. The hotels have dedicated smoking guest bedrooms. Should you desire a smoking bedroom, please forward us your request and we will gladly reserve the same for you subject to availability. The Check-in time is 1400 hours and check-out time is 1200 hours at all Hotels.

Insurance:

We strongly recommend that you purchase a comprehensive travel Insurance policy for your India trip. Insurance should include coverage for personal accident, medical expenses, baggage loss, and cancellation or curtailment of your holiday. You must have adequate insurance to cover you in the event you suffer a medical problem while travelling.

Language:

In India there are 22 National Languages recognized by the Constitution, of which Hindi is the Official Union Language. However, English is also widely spoken.

Passport and Visa Information:

All foreign tourists to India, except Nationals of Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh, must possess a valid visa. Visas are NOT issued on arrival, EXCEPT to the Nationals of Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam, Japan, Singapore, Finland, Luxembourg and New Zealand.
Additionally if you are visiting a restricted area – Sikkim, Andaman and Nicobar Islands etc., the visa must include permission to visit these places.

A tourist visa is valid for 3 to 6 months. For this you will require an application form, duly filled and accompanied with two passport size photos and your passport. Passports need to be valid for a minimum of 6 months. It is your responsibility to ensure all visa and entry requirements are met prior to your arrival in India. Feel free to email us for any other Visa/travel information on India that you may require.

India restricts re – entering the country within 60 days of your departure. Therefore if your trip requires you to have multiple entries into India you would have to apply for a double/multiple entry Indian visa that carries a remark that you would be re-entering the country within 60 days. To obtain this waiver you would be required provide your tickets and itinerary along with the visa form. Please be aware that it is the traveler’s responsibility to obtain all correct documentation prior to arrival in India.

The visa form can be downloaded from www.indianembassy.org

Safety and Security:

India is generally a safe country, however petty street crime does occur, especially in some cities. In larger cities we recommend you wear as little jewelry as possible and make sure your money is kept in a secure place close to your body. We also recommend you to take taxis, rather than walking at night. Leave your valuables (passport, credit cards, excess cash, and jewelry) in hotel safety deposit boxes wherever available. It would also be advisable to make photocopies of passport, credit card numbers, airline tickets, and keep a record of your traveller’s cheques. These documents should be kept in a safe place separate from the originals. When travelling on trains, clients may wish to take extra precautions with their finances by using money belts.

Tipping:

If you are happy with the services provided by your local guides, representatives and drivers, a tip is appropriate. While it may not be customary to you, tipping inspires great service, and is an entrenched feature of the tourism industry across the Indian Sub-continent. You are free to tip as per your wish, depending on your perception of service quality and the length of your trip. Should you be dissatisfied with the services provided by your local guide, representative, driver or tour leader, please let us know straightaway, so corrective action can be taken.

Visiting places of Worship:

When visiting places of worship, women should have their upper arms covered, and skirts or trousers should be at least mid-calf length. Men should avoid shorts. Do carry an extra pair of socks in your handbag as you will also need to remove your shoes when entering sacred locations. Try to ensure that your shoes be easy to slip off and on for your convenience.

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