Photo Tour of Monuments of Delhi | Photography Tour in Delhi

Photo Tour of Monuments of Delhi
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During the course of it’s history , many kings from various dynasties have ruled over the Delhi city. Different parts of Delhi were ruled by different dynasties and gave each part its unique character, including the forts, palaces and monuments. Some of these monuments are still in good condition now whereas some others are in ruins. A large number of monuments such as the Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, Jantar Mantar, Lotus Temple, Qutub Minar, India Gate, Old Fort, Tuglaqabad Fort and many others are still standing tall in their pride and glory. It is next to impossible to cover even half of these in a day.

Depending on the amount of time you want to spend in photographing these monuments, we can cover some important ones. This includes the entry to the monuments, food, water and transportation so that you can concentrate on relishing the views and photograph these ancient structures.

Photography Walk of Delhi Monuments-Full Day

TIME DURATION: 8-9 hours
PRICE: INR 9000 for one guest. INR 5000 for each additional guest.
INCLUSIVE OF: Snacks, Lunch, Entry fee of monuments
MONUMENTS COVERED: Humayun’s Tomb, Lotus Temple, India Gate, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, RajPath, Jantar Mantar, Jan Path, President’s House.
TRANSPORT FACILITIES: Pickup and drop in central Delhi.

Photography Tour of Delhi Monuments-Half Day p

TIME DURATION: 5-6 hours
PRICE: INR 6000 for one guest. INR 4000 for each additional guest.
INCLUSIVE OF: Lunch, Entry fee for monuments
MONUMENTS COVERED: Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, RajPath, JanPath, Agrasen Ki Baoli.
TRANSPORT FACILITIES: Pickup and drop in central Delhi.

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During the course of it’s history , many kings from various dynasties have ruled over the Delhi city. Different parts of Delhi were ruled by different dynasties and gave each part its unique character, including the forts, palaces and monuments. Some of these monuments are still in good condition no…

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