1. Entry tickets to monuments


2. Meals


3. Driver trips


4. Parking charges & Toll fees


5. All applicable taxes


1. Air conditioned car


2. Petrol/Diesel


3. Pickup and drop off within New Delhi area (Source City)


4. One upfront price, all inclusive, no hidden charges, prices per car (not per person)


5. Flexible & customizable itinerary - Choose pickup time, add/remove destinations *max 6 places


*Tourists can also make customized itinerary (5-6 spots of choice) and cab tour packages with places of their interest and preferred time.
*Time mentioned in the itinerary may vary.


About Tour: Being the capital of India, Delhi is the most interesting tourist destination for the travellers from country and all over the world. A vast history is attached with it and has been a significant political centre as the capital of many empires. Now, it has transformed itself into a bustling city but millions of tourists come here every year in search of its history. The city is home to many momentous spots like Red Fort, India Gate, Lotus Temple, Qutab Minar etc.


You will be picked up from your preferred location or hotel in Delhi in a sophisticated cab to begin Delhi sightseeing.


India Gate: Unveiled in 1931, India Gate is a great architectural marvel in Delhi built in the memory of 80000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the British during the World War I. This gorgeous historic spot is full of bustling activities like refreshment, photography, boating etc. A perpetual flame, ‘Amar Jawan Jyoti’ is a major tourist attraction here. It is burning since 1971 in the memory of the brave soldiers. It is open for the tourists daily.


Rashtrapati Bhawan: Delhi’s Rashtrapati Bhawan has a breathtaking architecture. It is the home of the President of India. Globally, few residences of the Head of the State will match its hugeness and glory. The building was formerly known as Viceroy's House. It was renamed as Rashtrapati Bhavan in 1950 when Rajendra Prasad became India’s first President. The peculiar aspect of the building is its dome superimposed on its structure. The visiting days of Rashtrapati Bhavan are Friday, Saturday and Sunday.


Red Fort: In 1638 Mughal king Shah Jahan moved his capital in Delhi from Agra and started the construction of magnificent red fort. Broad use of red stones in the building is behind its name. It was built in 1648 and was the residence of the royal family. Here, spots were built for emperor’s interaction with public. There are halls for king’s private meetings. Visitors get stunned once they see meticulously planned design of this spectacular site. Visiting hours are 9:30 am to 4:30 pm daily, except Monday.


Jama Masjid: Jama Masjid was built by Shah Jahan between 1644 and 1656. Its capacity is about 25000 people, more than any other mosque in India. This mosque reflects great architecture of the Mughal period. Its high minarets are made of pure white marble and red stone. Red stone has been used substantially which helps it standing all seasons of the year. Visiting hours are 7 am to 12 pm and 1.30 pm to 6.30 pm. It opens daily but closed for the tourists during the prayer time.


Lotus Temple: Lotus temple or Bahai temple is world’s most famous cultural architecture. It was built in the year 1986. Ardishir Rustampur of Hyderabad gave away his life savings in the year 1953 for its construction. Its Iranian architect Fariborz Sahb has won many global awards for it. It is visited by over four million tourists every year. There are nine doors in the temple leading to a prayer hall. Except Monday it opens on all days from 9 am to 7 pm (summers) and 9 am to 5.30 pm (winters).


Akshardham Temple: Delhi’s Swaminarayan Akshardham temple reflects magnificence, beauty and wisdom of Indian culture. The colossal complex was built in only five years through devotional efforts of 11000 artisans and volunteers. The Guinness World Record gives recognition to it as the World’s Largest Comprehensive Hindu Temple. Inaugurated in 2005, this temple organizes various spiritual activities. Its ‘Musical Fountain’ portrays the cycle of birth, life, and death as defined by Indian philosophy. Visiting hours are 9.30 am to 6.30 pm every day except Monday.


Safdarjung Tomb: Safdarjung Tomb represents the last phase of the Mughal style of architecture in India. It was built in 1753-1754 by the son of Safdarjung. There are two graves here, one of Safdarjung and the other seemingly his wife's. On either side of the tomb are striking pavilions, known as ‘Jangli Mahal’ or the sylvan palace, ‘Moti Mahal’ or the pearl palace and ‘Badshah Pasand’ or the emperor's favourite. It remains open on all days of the week, 7 am to 5 pm.


Mughal Gardens: Mughal Garden, top tourist attraction, is located inside the Rashtrapati Bhawan in in Delhi and considered as the ‘soul of the Presidential Palace’. Edwin Lutyens had finalized its design in 1917 and plantings were done during 1928-1929. Rose remains a key feature here. The Garden is home of 159 illustrious varieties of roses, 70 varieties of seasonal flowers and 50 varieties of trees, shrubs and vine. It opens for the public during February and March only on Friday, Saturday and Sundays.


Qutab Minar: The 238 feet tall masterpiece, Qutab Minar, was initiated in 1192 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak, and completed by Iltutmish. Some say it was erected to signify the beginning of the Islamic rule in India while others say it served as a tower to the muezzins to call the people to prayer. It attracts around 3.9 million visitors yearly. 379 steps are needed to reach its top. The Quwwat-us-Islam Mosque in the complex is the 1st mosque to be built in India. Its opening timing is 10 am to 5 pm, Monday to Saturday.


Jantar Mantar: Jantar Mantar means 'instrument for calculation'. It was built between 1724 and 1730 by Jaipur king. This is an astronomical observatory. Its 4 instruments are used by modern scholars also to study position of astral bodies. The ‘Samrat Yantra’ measures accurate time of the day. ‘Jai Prakash’ ascertains the position of the sun. ‘Mishra Yantra’ determines the longest and the shortest days and ‘Ram Yantra’ is used for measuring the altitude of stars. It remains open on all days from 6am to 6pm.


Humayun’s Tomb: Mughal emperor Humayun died in 1556. His tomb was built in 1565 AD nine years after his death by his senior widow. It is the first distinct example of proper Mughal style of architecture which was inspired by Persian style. It was the first ever garden style tomb to be built in India. Apart from Humayun, the tomb is also the final resting place of his wife Hamida Begum, Shah Jahan’s son Dara Shikoh and other Mughals from the royal family. Its opening time is 6 am to 6 pm, every day.


Lodhi Garden: Lodhi Garden was set up in between the 15th and 16th centuries. It houses some famous tombs. Here the tourists must make a visit to the tombs of Muhammad Shah. There is a ‘Bara Gumbad’ and ‘Sheesh Gumbad’ in the centre of the garden. The former comprises of a large dome, a mosque and a house surrounding a central courtyard containing the remains of a water tank. Sheesh Gumbad contains remains of an unknown family. It remains open on all days of the week, 6 am to 7pm.


National Museum: National Museum was inaugurated in 1949 in the Rashtrapati Bhawan but the foundation of the present building was laid in 1955. This museum is a paradise for tourists who are art piece connoisseurs. It presently holds approximately 200000 remarkable objects. Its possessions cover a time span of over five thousand years of Indian cultural heritage. The timing of National Museum is 10 am to 5 pm, remains closed on Monday and Gazetted holidays.


Indira Gandhi Museum: India’s ex-Prime Minister Indira Gandhi lived a highly vibrant life till her assassination in 1984. Her former residence is now a museum and is top attractions for the tourists. Some of the furnished rooms and personal belongings can be seen here. The museum preserves the blood stained sari, which she wore on the fateful day she was assassinated. The spot where she fell down has been enclosed with a glass frame.  Visiting hours are 9.30 am to 5 pm. Closed on Mondays.


National Zoological Park:  Inaugurated in 1959, national Zoological Park is a massive and well-planned zoo working as the model zoo of the country. Initially it was known as Delhi Zoo. Here, birds and animals live in an environment that resemble their natural habitat. It provides a home for endangered species and also helps them to breed in controlled environment. It promotes scientific research for conservation and creation of database for zoological studies. Timings are 9.00 am to 4.30 pm in summers and 9.30 pm to 4 pm in winters). It remains closed on Fridays and National Holidays.


After exploring major spots we begin back trip to Delhi for drop at preferred location.


Email or call us after booking to customize the itinerary for you.


  • Toyota Etios or Equivalent (Sedan)

    10.00 / Per Km

    4- Seats

    Delhi-Sightseeing , Fun and Entertainment

  • Maruti Ertiga or Equivalent (Economy SUV)

    12.00 / Per Km

    6- Seats

    Delhi-Sightseeing , Fun and Entertainment

  • Toyota Innova or Equivalent (Mini Van)

    13.50 / Per Km

    6- Seats

    Delhi-Sightseeing , Fun and Entertainment

  • Toyota Innova Crysta or Equivalent (Mini Van)

    15.00 / Per Km

    6- Seats

    Delhi-Sightseeing , Fun and Entertainment

  • Toyota Corolla or Equivalent (Luxury Sedan Small)

    28.00 / Per Km

    4- Seats

    Delhi-Sightseeing , Fun and Entertainment

  • Toyota Camry or Equivalent (Luxury Sedan Medium)

    40.00 / Per Km

    4- Seats

    Delhi-Sightseeing , Fun and Entertainment

  • Tempo Traveller 9 Seater (Van - Small)

    24.00 / Per Km

    9- Seats

    Delhi-Sightseeing , Fun and Entertainment

  • Tempo Traveller 12 Seater (Van - Medium)

    28.00 / Per Km

    12- Seats

    Delhi-Sightseeing , Fun and Entertainment