|Vehicle Model||Rate Per Km||Per day KM Limit||Driver allowance per day|
|Hatch Back (Indica or equivalent) AC||8.50||250.00||250.00|
|Sedan (Swift Dzire or equivalent) AC||9.00||250.00||250.00|
|MUV (Mahindra Xylo or equivalent) AC||12.00||250.00||250.00|
|SUV (Toyota Innova or equivalent) AC||12.00||250.00||250.00|
|VAN 12 Str (Force Traveler) AC||18.00||250.00||300.00|
|VAN 15 Str (Force Traveler) AC||21.00||250.00||300.00|
|Luxury (Audi A4 or equivalent) AC||62.00||250.00||500.00|
The largest city in the Indian state of Haryana and a leading industrial hub in the NCR region, Faridabad is one interesting city to visit. Faridabad is also the largest distributer of henna (mehandi) throughout the country which means marriages in India would be a lot less great if it were not for Faridabad.
The city has seen incredible developments in the recent past as a huge number of automobile and footwear industries drove in towards it.
Faridabad also 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 manmade lake was once the pride of the city of Faridabad but owing to huge amount of mining in the neighboring areas, the lake has totally dried up today. The place however is still a happening one because of its panoramic view and Haryana Tourism restaurants in the vicinity. Also a flower show is organized at this location every spring that attracts a lot of visitors
The Surajkund complex is a place which is well renowned for organizing an annual crafts fair in which numerous countries participate and visitors come in lacs. Also, the place is blessed by the beautiful Surajkund Lake on the side.
Established at the border of Gurgaon and Faridabad, this site offers its visitors numerous adventure activity options including camping, safari, rock climbing, rappelling, hiking, zorbing, paintball and much more.
Located in the Ballabhgarh region of Faridabad, this picturesque palace was built by the forefathers of the Jat King Nahar Singh in the 18th century. The fort originally had four minars, out of which only two exist now owing to age and neglect.
Situated on the Badhkal- Surajkund road, this temple is located in Sector-16A of Faridabad and covers an area of 3 acres. The white marble statue of Sai Baba placed here is five and a half feet tall and attracts hordes of visitors to this place.
Faridabad lies right next to the national capital New Delhi and hence has numerous great tourist destinations in its vicinity. Some of the most popular weekend getaways from Faridabad are as follows:
1. Rishikesh : Rishikesh is a pious city in the state of Uttarakhand which has Holy Ganga flowing through its heart. The city is well known as the Yoga Capital of the world and has a lot of spirituality, divinity but at the same time adrenaline in its nature. Rishikesh is also acclaimed for the adventure sport facilities it offers its visitors. From river rafting to mountain gliding to bungee jumping, Rishikesh is a city with extreme energy.
2. Mussourie : Popularly known as “The queen of hills”, Mussourie is a serene hill station in Uttarakhand near Dehradun. The hill station is famous all over the country and is a perfect weekend getaway to escape the hustle and bustle of a busy city like Faridabad. Mussourie has a lot of interesting tourist spots which include temples, waterfalls, flower gardens, lakes and mountain ends.
3. Agra : Home to the widely accepted throughout the world as Symbol of Love, The Taj Mahal, Agra is a heritage city in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The city was the capital of Mughal Empire before it was shifted to Delhi and hence is packed with innumerous architectural monuments which offer a sight to behold.
4. Delhi : The national capital of the republic of India, New Delhi is a trip in its own. The city has the most elaborated and celebrated history that the country has seen. Most important places to visit in Delhi would include Qutub Minar, Red Fort, India Gate, Raj Ghat, Lotus Temple, Jama Masjid, Akshardham Temple and so on.
5. Mathura/Vrindavan : Mathura is the birth place of the hindu god Krishna and Vrindavan is the place where he was raised. The streets and ghats of these cities speak of the stories of Krishna’s time. Prem mandir in Vrindavan is one temple which attracts hordes of pilgrims on a daily basis. In addition to having temples, these holy cities also have numerous ghats of river Yamuna.