Explore a vast city where ancient and modern traditions come together seamlessly. From your hotel, travel via private car to New Delhi to get a glimpse of democratic modern India, dotted with eye-catching buildings mounted during the British era. See where political activities take place when you drive by the Parliament House, and gaze upon the commemorative India Gate along Rajpath (King's way). Take time to shop around Connaught Place, the largest commercial and financial hub in New Delhi, before heading to charming Old Delhi, where you will witness the busy streets filled with vendors and places of worship. Make your way through local markets like Chandni Chowk and Dariba Kalan that offer a variety of street foods, jewelry and more. Get a glimpse of the famous Jama Masjid mosque and complete your experience with a cycle-rickshaw ride through the narrow alleys of Old Delhi before being transported back to your hotel in the afternoon.
Explore the Pink City in this Jaipur day tour from Delhi! Enjoy its vibrant array of sightseeing destinations that show the multi-faceted features of Indian culture and history. As the capital of the state of Rajasthan, it has virtually everything: sites on history, politics, local culture, spirituality, and more. Your enthusiastic, well-informed guide in this Jaipur private day tour will meet you at this splendid city, proceeding firstly to Amer Fort. Labeled as a UNESCO World Heritage site, this incredible edifice of marble and red sandstone stands above the city, overlooking it in all its splendor. After learning of local history here, your next stop is the enchanting Jal Mahal, otherwise known as the Palace on the Water, as it sits in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. After lunch, you head for the Hawa Mahal, and incredible structure of ornate exterior design. This pink and red sandstone building is one of the most famous sights in Jaipur, so don't pass up the chance to capture it with a few photographs. The next stop is a discovery into local culture, as the City Palace Museum holds priceless cultural artifacts. There's also the Jantar Mantar Observatory, which is absolutely fascinating for history and astronomy buffs: this is a site where ancient royal astronomical tools still stand, used to measure the stars. Your Jaipur one day tour is capped off with a look into the lives of the locals as you visit the local bazaars. While picking up some souvenirs, you can watch the locals go about their day shopping, haggling, and selling fascinating wares. You will return to Delhi full of the visions and colors of the colorful city of Jaipur.
Embark on a private tour from Agra to visit two of the most beautiful UNESCO World Heritage sites in India: Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Explore the world-famous white-marble mausoleum built by Emperor Shah Jahan for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal and stroll through the courtyards of the majestic Agra Fort. You will have two options for this tour: the Morning Sunrise Tour (kicking off at 5.30am) is perfect for romantics who want to see India’s most impressive sites hit by the first rays of the sun while the Regular Day Tour (10am hotel pick up) is a great way to see the two attractions without disturbing your beauty sleep. Both options come with convenient roundtrip transfers between the sites and your hotel in Agra and there are two vehicle options to choose from to match the size of your traveling group. You can also add a visit to the Fort of Fatehpur Sikri — one of the finest examples of a Mughal architecture. The tour includes the services of a professional English speaking guide who will tell you interesting facts about India’s iconic buildings.
Go on a tour that explores history and architectural wonders with this tour of the most famous monuments and sites in South Delhi. You’ll be picked up from your hotel and head off first to the Qutb Complex in South Delhi. This UNESCO World Heritage site is a group of monuments and buildings, the most famous of which is the Qutub Minar that honors Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki, a Sufi saint. Next you’ll head to the Lodi Gardens which are a testament to the Indo-Islamic architecture as it was beginning to grow in popularity. It combines British landscaping with traditional Indian architecture, making it a sight to behold. Finally you’ll head to Humayun’s Tomb complex, another UNESCO World Heritage site and the final resting place of Mughal Emperor Humayun. This dazzling tomb is intricately designed and seen as the first garden-tomb in the subcontinent. You’ll then head back to your hotel with invaluable knowledge of these amazing structures.
Delhi and Agra are hotspot destinations for discerning tourists looking for a true immersion into Indian culture. This 2 day Delhi and Agra tour will take you to both cities for a unique combo experience! Rich in both historical and modern popular sightseeing areas, the tour gives you a glimpse into the multi-faceted features of the cities.
Accompanied by a guide (with the language of your choice), fascinating discoveries await you. This Delhi and Agra tour package will start in Delhi, where you will be able to see the marked difference between Old Delhi and New Delhi, and the similarities between the two. This is followed by a trip into the carefully preserved past of Humayun Tomb and Qutub Minar. A look into the local political climate is next as you head by the Raj Ghat, President House, India Gate, and Parliament Street. In spirituality and religion, the Lotus Temple and Jama Masjid are two of the most famous mosques in the area and must-sees. From Delhi, you make your way to Agra. You have the option of proceeding to Agra the next day or being dropped off the first day in your accommodations in Agra itself. This is recommended, as it gives you the chance to start bright and early for a sunrise view of one of the most famous landmarks in the world: the Taj Mahal. This majestic structure is even more dazzling under the rays of the rising sun. Explore the beauty and history of this tomb and see the Agra Fort to walk in the path of Kings, completing your Delhi and Agra tour experience in discovering life, history, and culture in the two cities.
The Golden Triangle is the most popular tourist route in India—and for good reason. Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra are 3 cities in the country that capture your imagination and take you to the fascinating world of the ancient Mughals and maharajas. This 4 days and 3 nights tour will take you to these 3 major cities, allowing you to learn about India's amazing history and explore the heritage sites of the country. Your trip to Delhi will offer a perfect mix of everything, from food to culture and religion. Then you'll head over to Agra, where you'll visit Taj Mahal and Agre Fort, both constructed from marble and infused with jade, crystal, and sapphire. It's the epitome of love in India. The last day of the tour takes you to the Pink City of Jaipur, where you'll see the Hawa Mahal or Palace of the Winds, an iconic building that hides many secrets of the ladies who have lived there. You’ll even visit the famed Ranthambhore Tiger Safari. There's just so many things to see and do in India—and this 4 days, 3 nights tour would be just enough to let you experience all of that!
Make your way through the streets of Old Delhi and discover the historic fort that once was the main residence of the emperors during the Mughal dynasty. Choose a convenient pick up at your hotel or meet up right at the entrance of the Red Fort. As you enter, you'll get to explore the public and private halls of the residence, the women's quarters and the baths and gardens of the Mughal emperors. After reminiscing the magnificent history of that era, your friendly tour guide will take you to the bustling local markets in the height of all the activity, then you'll make your way to places of worship to witness different religious backgrounds. See the Ganj Sahib of Sikhism, built at the site where Guru Tegh Bahadur was beheaded for refusing to convert to Islam. You'll also visit the Jama Masjid - one of the largest mosques in India - as well as Hindu and Jain temples and even churches. After learning about the diverse religions and culture of India, the tour will end right back at the entrance of the Red Fort where you can continue to explore different sites on your own, or get dropped off at your hotel for a good rest.
It's a travel photographer's dream: to explore the most scenic and significant landmarks and structures of the city of Delhi, and being able to photograph the magnificent sights. You'll meet the guide at Safdarjung Tomb, the resting place of the Mughal Empire's statesman of the same name. The beautiful geometrical garden is perfect for photographs, as well as the ornate facade. Then it's off to another tomb, the Muhammad Shah Sayyid Mausoleum, where the ruler of the same name rests. Numerous incredible relics from the Sayyid dynasty can be found here, and the unique shape of the mausoleum makes for breathtaking photographs, set in the backdrop of the horizon. In the Lodhi Gardens, around the tomb, the sprawling, manicured grounds give you a great opportunity for landscape photos. In the garden is Athpula Bridge, with its eight pillared arches. You'll also be able to take photographs here, with the reflection of the arched bridge appearing on the peaceful waters below. Then you'll get the opportunity to do some street photography. You'll head to the old buildings of the city, getting splendid shots of the old ancient lanes, and also get the opportunity to photograph the facades of the various embassies. Then you'll visit the Shish Gumbad, another tomb and this time from the Lodhi Dynasty. It's particularly photogenic for its beautiful glass dome houses where an unknown family is entombed. Some particularly breathtaking photographs are up next as you head to the National Rose Garden of Delhi. A famed tourist attraction, this beautiful rose garden features fields of blooming roses in a multitude of varieties, of all colors, and even striped ones. The grounds are covered with rose bushes, and even picturesque archways laced in rose vines. You can take the most romantic photographs here before heading to the Sikandar Lodi Tomb afterward. This tomb is similar to other mausoleums with its archways and domes, surrounded by greenery, but the next nearby location, the Bara Gumbad, is a splendid ancient monument. Found in the Lodhi Gardens, this edifice is a solid structure, with its dome surrounded by lesser ancient buildings. It's perfect for wide-angle panoramas of the whole area. Here your tour ends, and you bring home a wealth of incredible photographs of Delhi's beautiful locations.
A trip to Delhi, India's seat of power, is not complete until you experience the real essence of the area: the life at Old Delhi. Through most of its history, Old Delhi was the capital of various empires and kingdoms, and has been captured, destroyed, and rebuilt many times. In this tour, you'll uncover the scents, flavours, and sights of the city, including Masterji Kee Haveli, with an expert tour guide. Tour by foot and by rickshaw, and sample your choice of Indian street foods. The guide will also take you to the Spice bazaar, where you'll learn about Indian cooking recipes and techniques. You can pay a visit to the local temples around, as well. The last stop is the star of the tour, Masterji Kee Haveli, a carefully preserved and tastefully decorated old mansion built in the typical ancient Indian architecture. You'll end the experience with a tummy filled with traditional home cooked lunch on the terrace of the mansion!
Your three day touring of three amazing Indian cities begins right in Delhi. In an air-conditioned car, with the company of a friendly guide, you'll first visit Qutub Minar, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is followed by a visit to India Gate and Lotus Temple, two historic locations within the city. Pass by Parliament House, the metropolis' seat of government, along with the President's Palace and the Secretariat buildings. After a look at the political side of things, it's off to the Pink City of Jaipur, so named for the unique color of its buildings in a famous district within the area. Once you arrive at Jaipur, you can choose to rest or keep going, visiting the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, and the ornate Hawa Mahal or Palace of the Winds. Later in the afternoon, you can visit Bapu Market to shop for treats, sweets, and souvenirs. Your next day picks up with a visit to the iconic structures of Jaipur: Amber Fort and the Amber Palace, so you can have a look at Hindu and Muslim architecture. At Jal Mahal, you can explore the architectural styles of the Mughal era, before proceeding to Mandawa. The city is one of the best places to go to experience local color, as it's full of famous historical forts, charming havelis (old residences), cultural paintings, and wall hangings and décor that give you a true glimpse of local craft. You can rest upon arriving at your hotel, as the next day takes you to more adventures around Mandawa. Frescoes and antiques are found everywhere here, along with exquisite carvings and paintings of local religious significance. After some lunch, you'll head safely back to Delhi where your trip began.
This is my first time in India. I have been in Leh for trekking almost 12 days, then back to Delhi for sightseeing New Delhi, Old Delhi, and Agra. To be honest, one of the best trip so far. I really enjoy in Delhi. Its beyond my expectation: the streets, people, landscapes, the cities….even though I have planned for it.
The tour I booked with KLook 2D1N for a trip in Delhi and Agra was very impressed. The guide in Delhi: Dev Panday ( I hope I wrote the right name), he was very informative as well as the one in Agra: Hilah, and also the driver: Ramu. They provide enough information, and willing to answer any your queries. They are also very helpful during the trip, try to make your trip comfortable as much as they could. Despite the heavy raining during the first day visiting around Delhi, Dev was very enthusiastic, walking in the rain, do not hesitate to take care for us, afraid of us getting wet. I was very impressed and move by his kindness. He tried to give as much information as he can, explained everything for us about the visiting spots. Asking us which food do we like before taking us for lunch. That was very professional.
And Ramu, he is also very enthusiastic photographer, willing to ask for taking photos. Try to choose the best angle for us. Explained many thing about the Agra, Taj Mahaj, Red Fort. We really enjoyed the tour in Agra, and I love it so much with the help of two of the guides and drivers.
There is also 2 commercial spots in the tour. It depends on you that you want to buy it or not, they just want to sell things ( you don’t really want or need). You don’t have to buy anything, just go, be patient, stand your grand, don’t be afraid to say No if you don’t want.
Apart from bad weather in Delhi ( moon soon season), 2 commercial spots, everything was wonderful. I highly recommend for this tour. The price is based on car, so it is good for 2 people in one car, so can share the cost. 3 is so tight for 3-4 hours driving from Delhi to Agra.
First time traveling in India, and to be honest, didn't know what to expect. But I thoroughly enjoyed my tour and was very impressed, thanks to my 2 tour guides, Asif (who covered Delhi Day 1), and Gulshan (who covered Agra Day 2). Just FYI for each day, you have different tour guides, as they hire local guides from the respective cities. I was picked up on time from my hotel (and was pleasantly surprised that I had been upgraded to an SUV). Each vehicle has plenty of cold bottled water inside, so not to worry! I definitely recommend going to Agra on Day 1 so that you can do the sunrise tour of the Taj Mahal. Totally worth it, and you get to avoid the big lines (which start forming around 7:30am)! Also, no need to purchase tickets ahead of time (based on my experience), as it's very easy to just pay cash and buy a ticket at the gates (for all the attractions). One side note - as part of the tour, there are 2 "commercial" stops. At both of these stops, the merchants definitely are very aggressive and pressure you into buying things (you don't really want or need). You don't have to buy anything, so stand your ground and don't be afraid to say no! I was by myself and was too timid to say anything and reluctantly purchased things I didn't want, but don't make the mistake I made. But other than this small hiccup, everything else was wonderful, and I would definitely recommend this tour if you only have a weekend in Delhi and you want to properly explore Agra/Taj Mahal!
This is my first trip in India, I booked 2 local tours on 'Klook' which had totally different experience
Glad to be the first traveller join this tour thru Klook
This tour run in small group, the guide - Varun 'your Indian local friend' will bring you walking and eating around in Old Delhi. He take photos for all of us on the way and you will get this private album afterward. The trip end with a delicious home made lunch in a beautiful Haveli which is the home of this trip's founder - Dhruv
It is a great and memorable experience
If you are in Delhi, try this tour, and you won't regret
I highly recommend my tour guide (Asif) who is very knowledgeable and passionate about his job. I enjoy my trip very much as Asif was able to share with me the history of the tourist attractions and also the Indian cultures. I have a great time as Asif help me click many good pictures. Good job Asif.
The car pick up was on time (actually early) and felt safe getting to Agra. The guide was very informative and explained the history of the Taj Mahal and Agra. He also warned me of the things and people to avoid. Recommend a good lunch place and an optional shopping spot. I would recommend using Keeper as a tour guide for the area.
This is a good tour program. Mr Asif Khan always make sure of our comfortness with the tour. Sunil the driver was very skilfully so he can manage traffic without being careless.
We were guided by professional and experienced tour guide in every city. Mr Hilal is very informative and knows the good spot for photo.
I'm a traveller with young children, and she's very happy because of the right timing of each activity so it's not too long or too short that makes a child cranky.
For whom wants to know Golden Triangle India with young children I think its a good tour program.