Rajasthan tours is one of the most visited places in India that are famous for the rich cultural heritage along with the basking glorifying forts and monuments.
Two of the words that you will associate with this place are luxury and adventure.
You have lot many places to visit and lot many stories to know about. When it comes to culturally rich heritage then Rajasthan is said to be one such place that is still retaining its old culture.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Union Square, San Francisco|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive by 8:15 AM for a prompt departure at 8:30 AM.|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 6:30 PM.|
|WEAR||Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.|
Tourists get attracted with so many wonders that are here.
Visit the top shopping venues in Delhi with your personal shopping guide
Explore the shops of Connaught Place and Janpath
Marvel at the vast variety of goods on offer at Chandni Chowk
Choose from the many art and handicraft items available at the Dilli Haat Food and Crafts Bazaar
WHAT TO EXPECT-
Your local shopping expert will meet you at your hotel in Delhi, discuss your interests, and then take you on a full-day excursion to the city’s shops and markets that best suit your needs. You’ll quickly see what a great shopping destination this is!
Connaught Place has been one of Delhi’s most popular shopping venues since 1931. Most anything you need is available here, and there are several eateries as well. State emporia buildings are found in this area, as are the head offices of the major banks and airlines. This is a place that you really shouldn’t miss, at least for its architecture and the bustle of daily life.
You’ll travel along Janpath, which is one of New Delhi’s busiest roads. You’ll find the Tourism Department’s offices here. As the road heads south you’ll come to Rajpath with the Gate of India to the east and Parliament House to the west. The poshest area of New Delhi is a bit farther south and the Diplomatic Enclave of Chanakyapuri is not far away.
Chandni Chowk was built in the 19th century by the Mughal Emperor Shahajahan and it was inhabited by the well-to-do families of the time. Today it is one of the country’s best known wholesale markets for textiles, electronic goods, and watches.
The Dilli Haat Food and Crafts Bazaar is a one-stop shopping place for tourists, offering not only various arts and handicrafts from throughout India, but also a taste of the country’s ethnic cuisines. Visitors can also experience a variety of performing arts.
WHAT TO INCLUSION :
Round-trip transfers from your Delhi hotel
Transportation by air-conditioned car/coach
Local English-speaking guide (other languages can be organized at a supplement cost)
1-time fee to enter Dilli Haat
Driver, fuel, and parking fees
Lunch (can be organized on request)
Rate :- USD 25 PER PERSON (MIN 2 PAX REQUIRED)