Private Old and New Delhi Guided Tour Logo

Duration: 1 Day

Destinations: Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Humayun's Tomb, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Raj Ghat, Lotus Temple

Tour Overview :- This tour reflects the two sides of Delhi and combines the perfect mix of historical monuments and modern era structures. Delhi has a combination of things to offer and attracts travelers alike. You will get a different vibe and experience in each nook and corner of the city. Come and let's dig in the ruins of the city and explore with our expert team at Voyage for India. We suggest covering the monuments first as the entry timings are from sunrise to sunset. It is an 8-hour well-planned tour and we advise you to start the tour anywhere around 9-10 a.m. however timings can be adjusted according to your comforts.

Validity Price per person in USD
Valid All Time 1 Person 2 People 3 or 3+ People
Adults (Age: 15-99 yrs) USD 90 USD 70 USD 60
Children (Age: 01-14 yrs) USD 30

Detail Itinerary of Private Old and New Delhi Guided Tour

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Qutub Minar :

This was the very first monument built by the rulers of the Delhi Sultanate which marked their rule in India. It is a five-story minaret/pillar. At the base of the tower is India's first mosque " Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque". Close to the mosque lies the famous Iron pillar too. You will feel like reliving the highlights from your history textbooks. It remains open all seven days of the week.

Red Fort :

As the name suggests the Red Fort is throughout built in red sandstone to mark the glory of the Mughal rulers. The eloquent fort holds a lot of historic buildings within like the Drum house, the Hall of Public Audiences, the Pearl Mosque, Royal baths and so on.

Humayun's Tomb :

It is a remarkable garden tomb built nine years after the death of Humayun. The noteworthy feature of this tomb is the square gardens also known as the Chahar bagh. Graves of several Mughal emperors lay inside this double dome mausoleum. It remains open all seven days of the week from sunrise to sunset.

Jama Masjid :

It is the largest mosque in India and can hold up to 25,000 people at once. Located at the west of Red Fort this monumental mosque was built by Shah Jahan who also built the Taj Mahal and the Agra fort. Visitors are not allowed during the prayer hours other than that the mosque is open all seven days of the week.

Lunch :

After having a walk in the past, we stop by for lunch at a place of your choice or as suitable and suggested for you as per your taste and preference. After a hearty lunch, we unveil the modern Delhi's face and head towards the remaining sites.

India Gate :

India gate is well known for commemorating the Indian soldiers who fought for the British during World War 1. It is a famous picnic spot and you will see groups of people in the lawns near the India gate which are vibrantly lit.

Raj Ghat :

Raj Ghat is the memorial or Samadhi of Gandhiji and other famous freedom fighters and leaders. Gandhiji was cremated at this place which is dedicated to him.

Lotus Temple :

Built in the shape of a lotus flower, this temple is a dedicated place for people from various faiths and religions and spreads the message of "oneness of God". In the vicinity of this temple, you will find ponds and gardens at the entrance which truly displays grandeur and beauty. It remains closed on Monday and is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9: a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

NOTE :This is only a suggested itinerary and places can be changed or modified as per your choice, interest, and preferences.

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