|Vehicle Model||Rate Per Km||Per day KM Limit||Driver allowance per day|
|Hatch Back (Indica or equivalent) AC||8.50||225.00||250.00|
|Sedan (Swift Dzire or equivalent) AC||9.00||225.00||250.00|
|MUV (Mahindra Xylo or equivalent) AC||11.50||250.00||250.00|
|SUV (Toyota Innova or equivalent) AC||11.50||250.00||250.00|
|VAN 12 Str (Force Traveler) AC||17.00||250.00||300.00|
|VAN 15 Str (Force Traveler) AC||19.00||250.00||300.00|
|Luxury (Audi A4 or equivalent) AC||60.00||250.00||500.00|
The capital city of the largest democracy in the world, India, Delhi is one of the most important tourist destinations in the country. The city has been ruled over by a plethora of rulers from different dynasties and has an immensely rich monumental heritage. The city is the cultural pride of the country. The climate of Delhi is extreme in nature. The summers are hot and humid while the winters are dry and chilling.
From crowded streets stalls offering finger-licking snacks to exquisite restaurants, from unbelievable cheap markets to posh brand complexes, from monuments to temples to mosques to gardens, Delhi is a treat for travelers. Some of the chief attractions of the city include India gate, Red Fort, Raj Ghat, Qutub Minar, Akshardham Temple, Jama Mosque and the list goes on and on and on.
Delhi offers its visitors and residents lot of fun places to hang out. Some of the most popular hangout destinations in Faridabad are as follows:
This is a huge monument which commemorates the martyrdom of Indian soldiers and government personnel who laid down their lives during World War II are inscribed on the walls of this gate. There is a massive garden complex around the monument which is thronged by tourists every evening.
One of the largest and most respected mosques in the country, Jama Masjid is located in the Chandni Chowk region of the city, just before the Red Fort. The mosque remains packed to the core particularly during Fridays as all muslims gather to pay their namaz altogether.
Been crowned with innumerous awards for its architecture worldwide and been featured in almost every newspaper and magazine throughout the world, Lotus Temple is a popular destination for the locals and the tourists. The temple is built in the shape of lotus flower serves as the mother temple in the Indian subcontinent.
Been the royal residence of the Mughal rulers in Delhi, Red Fort was built in red sandstone and was the headquarters of royal Mughal empire. Today, some sections of the monument are opened to visitors. The red fort complex has many other architectural smaller monuments which are no less than amazement.
Raj Ghat is a huge complex in Delhi which is home to the mortal remains of Father of the Nation, Mahatama Gandhi. It is also the burial ground to many other important national rebels and rulers including Jawahar Lal Nehru, Rajiv Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, lal bahadur Shastri and many more.
Delhi has numerous great tourist destinations in its vicinity. Some of the most popular weekend getaways from Delhi are as follows:
1. Mathura : The birthplace of the deity Lord Krishna, the streets of Mathura still resound to the laughter, chores and magical flute of Krishna. The Situated along the ghats of River Yamuna where locals as well as visitors can be seen taking dips in the evenings. Vishram Ghat is one of the most prominent spots here as this is believed to be the place where Lord Krishna rested after defeating the demon Kaliya.
2. Surajkund : Situated at a distance of 25 kilometers from the city center, Surajkund in Faridabad is one popular weekend getaway from Delhi. The place is perfect for the people looking for an escape from the intense hustle and bustle from the city of Delhi. Every year in February, an arts and crafts exhibition is held at this place which is thronged by more than millions of visitors.
3. Bharatpur : Home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary(Now called Kaldeo Ghana National Park), Bharatpur is a prominent city in the heritage state of Rajasthan. Bharatpur Wildlife sanctuary is abode to a large variety of avifauna during summers and is considered as India’s best national parks to observe migratory and other birds of India.
4. Rishikesh : Popularly known as ‘The Yoga Capital of the world’, Rishikesh is a pious place with the holy Ganges flowing through the heart of it. The place is a chief Hindu pilgrimage site and the aura is serene throughout. Apart from the religious sanctity, Rishikesh is also thronged by thousands of Indian and foreign tourists for the adventure sport activities that it hosts.
5. Landsdowne : Located at a distance of 250 kilometers from Delhi, Landsdowne has built its reputation as a serene offbeat location midst the hills of Uttarakhand. A visitor can do boating, take a stroll among the oak and pine trees, trek, watch birds or simply relax in the lap of Mother Nature. The chief places of interest here are St Mary’s Church, Bhulla Lake, Tip in Top spot and more.