*Tourists can also make customized itinerary and cab tour package with places of their interest and preferred time
*Time mentioned in the Itinerary may vary.


About Tour: Delhi is home to world famous tourist spots, monuments and World Heritage Sites. It is a dream destination for the globetrotters. The city offers mystic cocktail of bustling metropolitan life and interesting history. Book a cab for an enjoyable tour.


8:00 am: You will be picked up from your preferred location or hotel in Noida in a sophisticated cab to begin Delhi sightseeing. Noida to Delhi distance is about 40 km which takes about 1 hour. We begin sightseeing and explore the top monuments and tourist spots. We can see Indira Gandhi Museum, India Gate, Rashtrapati BhawanJama Masjid, Red Fort, Raj Ghat, Akshardham Temple,  Humayun's TombLotus TempleQutub MinarSafdarjung Tomb etc.


Indira Gandhi Museum: India’s only female Prime Minister till date Indira Gandhi lived a highly vibrant life till her assassination in 1984. Her former residence is now a museum dedicated to her life and family and is also one of the top attractions for tourists. It is situated on a massive stretch of area covered with green lawns and surrounded by big shady trees, flowers, plants and bushes. Some of the well furnished rooms and a few personal belongings can be seen here. The museum also preserves the blood stained sari, which she wore on the fateful day she was assassinated. The spot where she fell down has been marked and enclosed with a glass frame and erected as a Memorial Site.


India Gate: An exceptional structure unveiled in 1931, India Gate is a great architectural phenomenon built in the memory of Indian soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the British army during the 1st World War. It is open for the tourists daily.


Rashtrapati Bhawan: Rashtrapati Bhawan is an outstanding architectural piece which is grand in looks. Very few residences of the Head of the State in globally match its grandeur and glory. The visiting days are Friday, Saturday and Sunday.


Jama Masjid: This is India’s biggest mosque which reflects great architecture of the Mughal period. It opens daily but closed for the tourists during the prayer time.


Red Fort: This famous structure is known for the wide use of red stones in the building. Here, particular places were built for emperor’s interaction with public. There are halls for king’s private meetings with officials. Visiting hours in red fort are 9:30 am to 4:30 pm daily, except Monday.


Raj Ghat:  It is, a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi is a simple black marble platform that marks the spot of his cremation on 31 January 1948. 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, India. A stone footpath flanked by lawns leads to the walled enclosure that houses the memorial. Two museums dedicated to Gandhi are located near by. The memorial has the epitaph Hē Ram, (literally 'O' Ram', but also translated to 'O God'), believed to be the last words uttered by Gandhi.


Akshardham Temple: The colossal complex reflects magnificence, beauty and wisdom of Indian culture. The Guinness World Record gives recognition to it as the World’s Largest Comprehensive Hindu Temple. Visiting hours are 9.30 am to 6.30 pm every day except Monday.


Humayun’s Tomb: It is 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.


Lotus Temple: Lotus temple is world’s most prominent cultural architecture. Its Iranian architect Fariborz Sahb has won many awards for its construction. It is visited by over 4 million tourists annually. Except Monday it opens on all days from 9 am to 7 pm (summers) and 9 am to 5.30 pm (winters).


Qutab Minar:  It is a 238 feet tall masterpiece. Some say it was erected to signify the beginning of the Islamic rule in India. It also served as a tower for the muezzins to call the devotees to prayer. 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.


Safdarjung Tomb: The monument of great significance, 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 who was the governor of Awadh and later became the Prime Minister of the Mughal emperor, Muhammad Shah. The tomb was built in red sandstone and buff stone. There are two graves here, one of Safdarjung and the other seemingly his wife's. The central chamber of this great mausoleum is surrounded by eight rooms. The dome of the crypt rises from a 16-sided base. 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.


After exploring major spots the guest dropped at preferred location.


Noida-Delhi Sightseeing


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    10.00 / Per Km

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  • Maruti Ertiga or Equivalent (Economy SUV)

    12.00 / Per Km

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  • Toyota Innova or Equivalent (Mini Van)

    13.50 / Per Km

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  • Toyota Innova Crysta or Equivalent (Mini Van)

    15.00 / Per Km

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  • Toyota Corolla or Equivalent (Luxury Sedan Small)

    28.00 / Per Km

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    24.00 / Per Km

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  • Tempo Traveller 12 Seater (Van - Medium)

    28.00 / Per Km

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