Fun Is the Key in a Guided Private Tour to New Delhi in India!

Fun Is The Key In A Guided Tour To New Delhi in India! New Delhi is the capital of India, and it became a state in 1992.

It is the best and preferred starting point for the Golden Triangle tour which is a trip to New Delhi, Jaipur and Agra.

New Delhi is so diverse with modernization ongoing while carefully preserving antiquities. There are still plenty of Victorian architecture to be seen in the city of high-rise buildings. 

Flyovers of concrete are interspersed with well-laid gardens, forts, monument and Mughal Tombs. It sometimes feels that you are in a time machine when you travel through New Delhi. 

In Old Delhi you see workers carry sacks of spices and jewellers weigh gold on dusty scales, in New Delhi you see colonial era buildings and people having high tea. 

Then there are futuristic skyscrapers and glitzy shopping malls. You really get to see something different from a different era at every street corner you turn.   Read More...

Private Tours of the Ancient Humayun's Tomb, New Delhi

Fun Is the Key in a Guided Private Tour to New Delhi in India!

Take a private tour to experience the wide variety of delicious and tasty Indian cuisine. Everywhere you go in New Delhi there are excellent restaurants and great side street vendors, however, be careful when eating from some street vendors.

There are ancient ruins to explore on a sightseeing tour, remnants of mosques and forts, fabulous gardens to stroll around, colourful markets with intense aromas of spices, art galleries, museums, tombs and heritage walks, all awaiting you.

And, of course, not forgetting a lot of different types of entertainment available at night depending on your interests and what you feel like doing on a particular evening.

Top 10 Things to Do in New Delhi

Humayun’s Tomb
1 Thought to have inspired the Taj Mahal, Human’s tomb is a very well proportioned building that looks like it is floating above symmetrical gardens. It was built by the Mughal Emperor in the mid 16th century. The facade with rows of arches is inlaid with bands of white marble and red sandstone. There are other tombs to be found in the gardens that were built for the emperor's favourite barber. A private tour is a must here.
Jama Masjid
2 Within all the chaos and mayhem in New Delhi, you will find a fabulous pocket of calmness in Jama Masjid. |The largest mosque in India it was built on a 10-meter elevation, so it towers above all the mayhem. It has the capacity for 25,000 people. There are four watchtowers and two minarets all looking spectacular. Visitors remove their shoes before entering and must be dressed respectfully. Private tour guide will advise you on everything.
Red Fort
3 This Fort founded by Emperor Shah Jahan is a few decades older than the Palace of Versailles in France and took ten years to construct. For luck, in the foundations, there are the decapitated bodies of prisoners. Shah Jahan never lived in the resident here because his disloyal son imprisoned him in Agra Fort. Take a private tour here and see an evening sound and light show held in the Fort.
Lodi Gardens
4 A lovely escape in New Delhi is Lodi Gardens. It is named after the wife of the British resident, Lady Willingdon. She had two villages cleared away to landscape a park to remind her of a home in England. These gardens are where the elite of Delhi come to getaway. They contain a mosque and Bara Gumbad tomb.Across the lake is the Athpula Bridge that dates back to Emperor Akbar's reign. A private tour around the gardens is worthwhile.
Gali Paratha Wali
5 A private tour of this famous food street in Delhi is Gali Paratha Wali. It is a lane off Chandi Chowk and has been serving up delicious and delectable parathas ( traditional flat bread) fresh from the Tawa ( hotplate) of generations. It was said that it has been serving since the pilgrims at the time of the Mughals. There is a wide selection of a spectacular array of fillings, from green chilli and paneer to lemon and banana.
Hazard Nizam-ud-din Dargah
6 A private tour of this marble shrine of Muslim Sufi saint Nizam-Ud-din Aliya is a must. It is Delhi’s most mystical and magical experience. The Dargah is in among a tangle of Bazaars selling rose petals, altars and offerings. You can hear Sufis singing an Islamic devotional song every Thursday amid the crowds of devotees. His tolerance of different religions made him very popular.
Qutb Minar Complex
7 A private tour to this ancient ruin is an absolute must. The first of its monuments were erected by the sultans of Mehrauli, and the following rules added on their work always hiring the finest of craftsmen to set in stone the triumph of Muslim rule. The complex is studded with tombs and monuments that are ruins. Try to visit here at dawn before the mass of crowds arrive and experience the best atmosphere.
Mehrauli Archaeological Park
8 Around Mehrauli, there are extraordinary riches scattered with over 440 monuments dotting a forest and village. As you go through the woods here, you come across the most impressive time ravaged tombs. A private tour of this park is must if you want to get the most out of all it has to offer. There are tombs of ancient poets and Delhi's finest step well with a monumental flight of steps but a few.
Akshardham Temple
9 In the suburbs, to the east, the Gujarati Hindu Swaminarayan Group’s Akshardham Temple was built in 2005 lavishly. The craftsmen used ancient techniques to carve pale red sandstone into elaborate reliefs such as 20,000 carved deities, saints and mythical creatures. The centrepiece statue is a 3-meter high, gold statue of Bhagwan Shri Swaminarayan. Within the complex, take a private tour boat through 10000 years in India.
10 Take a private tour to this 14th-century magnificent ruin. It is halfway to being overgrown with a jungle, but it all adds to its wonder. It was Delhi's third incarnation built by Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq. Hw was a sultan who poached workers from Sufi saint nizam-ud-din- who cursed him. There are plenty of monkeys to be seen at this fort and fantastic emerald green views. Be careful of the monkeys as they are known to steal from tourists.

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