DAY 1- Arrive Delhi
Arrive Delhi airport or railway station and transfer to the hotel. Later in the day, enjoy Delhi Shopping: Delhi has innumerable shopping complexes that cater to every individuals need to acquire items that have the essence, the originality of a particular region in India. Although there are shopping complexes in almost every locality in Delhi, Connaught Place, Karol Bagh and Chandni Chowk are the principle shopping areas. Multiple emporia representing every state of the country are to be seen at the famous Baba Kharak Singh Marg, near Parliament Street. Each state emporium has a slice of the best of its crafts under one roof at government-controlled prices. The Central Cottage Emporium in Jawahar Bhavan at Janpath is undoubtedly worth a visit for anything ethnic. It has almost anything that you might desire to buy. From furniture to clothes, to shoes that are typically Indian, to small gift items that could work as souvenirs, the Cottage Emporium has it all. In the rustic background of the Crafts Museum at Mathura road, one can pick up great bargains on items like shawls, pottery and paintings. A shopping complex of a similar kind is to be seen in Hauz Khas. Popularly known as The Village; you can find designer labels, authentic jewelry and gift items within the complex. The Hauz Khas Village is a complete experience with its ancient buildings, designer stuff and a host of restaurants.
Chandni Chowk is an experience in itself. While in that area, Dariba Kalan, a narrow street, may be visited for gold and Silver. Chandni Chowk is famous for jewelry and saris, so for those who wish to get a feel of the tradition of India, Chandni Chowk is the place to visit. Chandni Chowk is also the place to buy silverware and jewellery. Karol Bagh is yet another famous shopping complex in Delhi for a variety of Indian clothes, shoes, precious jewelry and bridal wear. For casuals, Janpath with its rows of shops, Sarojini Nagar and Lajpat Nagar are the places you would like to visit. Dilli Haat: Near INA market, developed by Delhi Tourism has on display almost everything that would be very typical to a particular region in India. It has been designed to be an upscale version of a haat (generally a weekly traditional market). Unlike the traditional haat where the market itself is mobile and transient, in this case it is the craftspersons who are ever changing - thus offering a kaleidoscopic view of the richness and diversity of Indian culture and handicrafts. Delhi also has a very popular underground shopping center called Palika Bazar. This shopping center like most shopping complexes in Delhi has variety of goods on display and at a reasonable cost. However, while shopping here you need to be good at bargaining, as generally the prices quoted are high.
The closing days for the shopping complexes in Delhi is as follows:
Sundays: Connaught Place, Janpath, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Jor Bagh, Khan Market, Malcha Marg, Nehru Place, Sunder Nagar, Yashwant Place, Chandni Chowk, Sadar Bazar.
Mondays: Defence Colony, INA Market, Jangpura, Karol Bagh, Lajpat Nagar, Sarojini Nagar, South Extension.
Tuesdays: Greater Kailash, Green Park, Hauz Khas, Kalkaji, Safdarjung Enclave, Vasant Vihar, Shahdara, Yusuf Sarai.
Return back to Hotel. Overnight at your hotel.
DAY 2- Delhi
After breakfast, check-out from hotel and drive to Delhi airport or railway station with fond memories of trip.
Tour Ends... (All distances and timings are approx.
A/c Vehicle (ac will not work in hills OR when the vehicle is parked) as per the itinerary,
state tax, toll charge, parking, driver allowance.
Entrance, Ride, Guide & Tips,
Any other item not listed in cost includes section.
||Tata Indigo AC
||Swift Dzire AC
||Toyota Etios AC
||Toyota Innova AC
||Tempo Traveller 12 AC
1.The balance amount has to be paid upon arrival to the driver.
2.Please carry a print-out of travelling voucher for the same.
3.Please fill up the drivers duty slip correctly once the trip is finished
4.One day means a one calendar day (from midnight 12 to midnight 12).
5.AC will not work in hill areas (uphill or downhill) or when the vehicle is parked/stopped.
6.The kilometers and hours will be calculated from our Garage to Garage.
7.Total K.M limit 200 Per day.