Delhi is one of the best holiday destinations in India. Here's a list of Delhi Travel Packages offered by SOTC. Choose from our splendid range of Delhi Holiday Packages and explore Delhi in a way like never before.
Popular Delhi Tour Packages
|Delhi Tour Packages
||No. of Days
|Highlights of Ladakh with Delhi Stay Tour Package
||8 Nights 9 Days
||Rs. 59 999 00
|Chandigarh Calling – Ramada Plaza Tour Package
||2 Night 3 Days
||Rs. 3 999 00
|Explore Panchkula – The Golden Tulip
||2 Nights 3 Days
||Rs. 3 999 00
|Staycation Experience of Raddisson Blu Dwarka - Delhi Tour Package
||2 Nights 3 Days
||Rs. 5 900 00
Having witnessed the rise and fall of numerous dynasties, Delhi seems as timeless as time itself. Your Delhi tour package will be a journey through history that still stands as a testament to this iconic city’s stature over the ages. The city’s history makes its presence felt at all tourist attractions in Delhi. From the historic Jama Masjid to the contemporary Lotus Temple, we have lined up some fun filled Delhi tour packages for you!
Places to visit in Delhi
SOTC’s Delhi holiday packages show you the best of what this vibrant city has to offer. It is an ever-changing kaleidoscope of cultural and political nuances whose soul remains untouched by the revolutions and turmoil surrounding it. Here’s our pick of the top places to visit in Delhi
India’s largest war memorial is among the most visited places in the capital city. A part of many Delhi packages, India Gate honours the soldiers who lost their lives during various wars. Graced with a dignified architectural beauty, it is among the most popular tourist attractions in Delhi.
The seat of Mughal power in India is now among the most visited tourist destinations. Taking its name from the Red Sandstone used in its construction, Red Fort is an imposing structure that is a beautiful example of Mughal architecture. Include this in your Delhi trip package for a stroll through history.
‘Organised chaos’ is the best way to describe the vibrant bustle of Chandni Chowk. The 17th-century market is one of the oldest ones in the city and is an integral part of Delhi holiday packages. From clothes to electronics and everything in between, you’ll get it all here. It is one of the vivacious places to visit in Delhi.
The official home of the commander-in-chief of India’s armed forces is one of the most beautiful buildings in the country. Rashtrapati Bhavan is an inseparable part of a Delhi tour. It will mesmerise you with its stunning architecture and the equally alluring Mughal Gardens. Add this to your Delhi tour package and marvel at its beauty.
Hauz Khas Fort
The Hauz Khas Fort is among the top 10 tourist attractions in Delhis. Revisit history as you explore the 13th-century behemoth. It is a popular picnic spot and a haven for serious bird watchers. Make this a part of your Delhi trip package and enjoy the impromptu music performances that happen here in the evenings.
Humayun’s Tomb is a stunning example of Persian architecture that inspired the design of the Taj Mahal. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the must-visit tourist attractions in Delhi. The structure and the surrounding gardens will bewitch you with its geometrical beauty that is flawless in its execution.
Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple
The Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple is the world’s largest Hindu temple and a marvel of architecture. Constructed entirely out of marble and granite, it is an oasis of spirituality amidst the rush of nation’s capital. With its lake, water shows and themed garden, the Akshardham Temple is a must in any Delhi tour package.
Yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Qutub Minar is an integral part of Delhi’s tourist landscape. It soars 73 metres high and features classic Iranian design aesthetics along with Parso-Arabic and Nagari details. Right beside the Qutub Minar is the famed Iron Pillar which has been standing here for ages without showing any signs of rusting.
The Lotus Temple is one of the seven Baha’i places of worship around the world. Built in the shape of a lotus, it is an architectural work of art. It is one of the most tranquil and among the most spiritually-enriching tourist attractions in Delhi. The main hall is an airy meditation space that welcomes people of all faiths.
Things to Do in Delhi
India’s capital city is a vibrant tourist destination that bristles with energy. There’s so much to explore and experience that a Delhi tour is a whirlwind of activity. Delhi tourism
is colourful and offers so many UNESCO heritage sites to marvel at. It is the perfect blend of old and new. From hogging Delhi’s street food to enjoying an evening of culture, here are some highly recommended things to do in Delhi
One of the most astounding places to visit in the city, Delhi’s Jantar Mantar is one of the two ancient astronomy complexes in India. The giant structures in the complex were used in astronomical calculations with great accuracy. Visit here for a walk amidst some of the finest precision instruments ever created.
This 17th-century mosque is a Delhi icon. The combination of red sandstone and white marble gives it iconic look. Designed to hold around 25,000 devotees at a time, it is one of the largest mosques in India. Include this in your Delhi trip package and the spirituality soak in as you walk the hallowed grounds.
This iconic market is also known for its delicious street food that will grab you by the heart and won’t let go. The Paranthewali Gali is a culinary institution that houses some of the best-known food outlets in Delhi. From piping hot parathas to sinful creamy desserts, Paranthewali Gali serves up a veritable feast that satiates your soul.
For people all over the world, Pragati Maidan is one more reason to visit Delhi. Located right opposite the Purana Qila, the ground is a recognised venue for various exhibitions and expos. From the India Auto Show to book exhibitions, Pragati Maidan hosts a range of premier national and international events.
Mahatma Gandhi’s memorial is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Delhi. Located in a landscaped garden besides River Yamuna, an eternal flame burns at the memorial to pay homage to the Father of the Nation. Learn more about Gandhiji’s teachings through a light and sound show.
This is the best way to learn more about Delhi’s history and heritage. Offered as a part of many Delhi holiday packages, these walks are conducted by knowledgeable guides who bring alive the history for you.
Feroz Shah Kotla Fort
Reputed to be among the most haunted places in Delhi, the Feroz Shah Kotla Fort is among the most-visited tourist places in Delhi. Despite being mostly in ruins, it still has a dignity that befits its noble heritage.
The Best Time to Visit Delhi
Winter, between October to March, is the best time to visit Delhi
. With average temperatures ranging between 10°C to 24°C, it is a pleasant time to explore the capital without worrying about the heat. But December and January can get too cold for some visitors. Heavy woolens are recommended.
How to Reach Delhi
The capital city of India is well-connected with the rest of the country and the world by air, rail and road. Indira Gandhi International Airport is the city’s main airport. There are four main railway stations that receive trains from all over the country between them. If you’re planning to take the road, you can easily get a bus from any of the major cities across India, especially the neighbouring states.