Private Gay Delhi Tour
A tale of two cities--Delhi Old and New--gives you a taste of the rest of India. Delhi Old and New is the best starting-place for an adventure of a lifetime in one of the world's oldest, most colorful countries. Our independent tour includes a private car, driver and guide.
Day One: Welcome to Delhi
Arrive Delhi. Meeting and assistance on arrival and transfer to the hotel for overnight. Most international flights arrive late at night. If your flight arrives at a different time we will adjust the itinerary to accommodate you.
Day Two: Delhi Old and New
Today you have a combined Old and New Delhi tour. Drive by the impressive India Gate with its eternal flame, the Presidential Palace and Parliament House. Next, visit Qtab Minar, a 200-foot high minaret and Humayun's Tomb, the first of the great Mughal Tomb complexes. Later, you continue to Old Delhi, and drive past Raj Ghat, the monument to Mahatma Gandhi erected on the site of his funeral pyre and an important place of pilgrimage for People from all over the world.
In Old Delhi see the the Jama Masjid Mosque, built by the Emperor Shah Jahan, then continue past the bustling market place of Chandni Chowk, where silver merchants ply their trade.
Short of time? We can customize this program to give you just two nights in a hand-picked hotel, and one full day with a private guide, car and driver, plus extras make this an easy introduction to India's capital city. Begin any day you like since this trip uses a private car, driver and guide. But if you have an extra day or two we can keep you as busy as you like (with a little down time around the pool). Delhi is full of temples, museums, gardens and more. How about a visit Rashtrapati Bhavan, the Prime Minister's palace. Or enjoy views of the Old Fort from a lazy boat.
Day Three: Explore on Your Own or With a Guide
If you add an extra night we can keep you busy! Use a tay to explore Old and New Delhi or shop on your own. (But if you want a guide, we can arrange that easily.) There are plenty of interesting things to see, including the Red Fort, built by Emperor Shah Jehan between 1636 and 1658. You can take in the Mughal Gardens, perhaps the Railway Museum, the Digamber Jain Temple, which houses a hospital for birds, or even Birla House, where Gandhi was assassinated. You could spend days doing nothing but shopping in Delhi. It may be worth a return trip to Chandni Chowk or Janpath, great places for bargain-hunting.
If you like we can even arrange a full day excursion to Agra to see Taj Mahal (closed Fridays).