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Holxo Tours in New Delhi

Unravel Rajasthan’s creative concepts, vibrant colours and astute workmanship
9 Days 8 Nights
Watch migratory birds in North India and capture great photographs
8 Days 7 Nights
Heritage destinations in Central India along with the cities of Delhi and Agra
9 Days 8 Nights
Discover the majestic Tiger at these wildlife destinations of Central India
11 Days 10 Nights
Rajasthan, the land of forts, palaces, handicrafts, and poly-chromatic festivals
13 Days 12 Nights
Relish homely Kumaoni cuisine and experience Corbett for elusive Royal Bengal Tiger
10 Days 9 Nights
Himalayan Trekking and holy river Ganga riverside experience in Garhwal, North India
10 Days 9 Nights
Mesmerizing Taj Mahal, Historic Delhi, and Heritage of Jaipur – essentially Indian tour
11 Days 10 Nights
Explore dramatically rugged countryside, and arid mountains in the magical Ladakh
11 Days 10 Nights
A spiritual sojourn through top Buddhist centres in India like Sarnath and Varanasi
9 Days 8 Nights
Heritage, Spirituality & Beauty of the Himalayas uncovered in Dharamsala, Shimla and more
12 Days 11 Nights
Explore Rajasthan aboard a luxury train and experience the grandeur of royalty
8 Days 7 Nights

Real India on Wheels

$800 / per person
Journey through the most popular heritage destinations of Rajasthan, Delhi and Agra
13 Days 12 Nights

Delhi has been the capital of India ever since the British Empire established it as their capital more than a century ago. Its magnificent history has seen a succession of dynasties come and go since the 6th century BCE, making it worthy of a place among the world’s greatest ancient cities. Delhi has been captured, ransacked, and rebuilt several times, particularly during the medieval period. But, the city has perhaps received its greatest legacies from the Delhi Sultanate, the Mughals, and the British Empire. The combined influence of all three is evident today in its splendid monuments, gardens, complexes, architecture, food, and culture.

Delhi’s elaborate history and heritage has blended into a true metropolitan nature and is now north India’s hub of finance and education, bastion of culture and the arts, superb museums and galleries, botanical beauty, an array of fantastic cuisines, world-class hotels and restaurants, fine shopping experiences, and three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, and the Lal Qila (Red Fort). Delhi serves as a major entry and access point for travellers looking to visit other destinations in North India.

Central Delhi, designed by British architect Edward Lutyens, even today with its phenomenal structures, sweeping vistas, and tree-lined avenues, remains a glorious symbol of that legacy.

Once the capital of the Mughals, Old Delhi is one for the experiential traveller with Red Fort and Jama Masjid in its heart. Here one takes rickshaw rides through vibrant old bazaars, walk the narrow streets for some shopping and fabulous street food that is one for the foodies. South Delhi’s posh residential areas, glitzy malls, lush parks, and busy markets are equally at home with history and have the rare advantage of having been built around some of the city’s oldest and most beautiful monuments.

 

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