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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.
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.
Private Tours of the Ancient Humayun's Tomb, New Delhi
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
Travel Tips for New Delhi
Best time to go to New Delhi is from October to March when it is the cold but sunny weather. It is during this period that the flowers are blooming and everything is coming to life after the rains. There are lots of other tourists there at that point, but it makes no difference, if anything, it adds to your experience by meeting new people enjoying New Delhi with you. Everywhere is guaranteed to be open in those months.
New Delhi is quite cheap for a tourist. Hotels range from $9 to $60 for a good, clean hotel depending on where you go and of course for luxury you can spend up to $300 a night. Food again varies in price, but a good 3-course meal for two people is approximate $12. To travel around the city on an auto rickshaw ride, it starts from 60 cents for 3 kilometres or in a standard taxi; the prices start from 80 cents. Great value tours if pre-booked!
New Delhi is no different than anywhere else in the world and has a few drawbacks. It is advisable to only eat from side street vendors if you can see the food being cooked there and then. Only drink water from a bottle and always ensure the seal around the cap has not been broken. Always get as much information about the plan you are going to before you travel. Be respectful if visiting temples, churches or mosques.
The climate in New Delhi is very pleasant all year round but especially from October to March. Summer in New Delhi is a bit harsh, from April to June the temperature can climb to more than 45 degrees Celsius which is unbearable to most people. There is the monsoon season where you are sure of rain during the months June to September but not necessarily everyday of those months, and there is a little sun on the rainy days
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