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Delhi: Full Day Temples Tour with Transfers1 Reviews
This full-day temples tour in Delhi gives you the inside knowledge of different religions and temples. Visit different kinds of temples to learn about the history, culture and religious belief of each one.
- Spend the day exploring Delhi’s most historic temples with a friendly guide, who gives you an insider’s view
- Check out the Monkey temple, the oldest of its kind, where monkeys can still be seen swinging around outside
- Uncover the Birla Temple, founded by the great independence leader, Mahatma Gandhi
- Head to the Akshardham Temple, where architects have achieved the zenith of carving to induce life in every piece of stone
- Visit to the Iskcon Temple and the Sikh temple known as Bangla Sahib.
DescriptionStart your Journey with a hotel pick-up at your desired time where your Driver/Guide will await you. Your First port of call is the Monkey Temple known as Hanuman Temple, the oldest of its kind, where monkeys can still be seen swinging around outside. Learn about the history of the temple where your guide will brief you. You will stay here for around 20 minutes. The next drive is to Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple, near to Hanuman Temple. Learn about the history of the Sikh religion and visit the kitchen section to see how food is prepared for the masses. You will stay here for 40 Minutes. After that, you will go to the Laxmi Narayan Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Laxmi. Learn about the Hindu religion and customs in different parts of the world. Your guide will also tell you about this place during the 35 minutes at this place. Then it's off to Iskcon Temple, known as Vaishnav Temple of Lord Krishna and Radharani in the form of Radha Parthasarathi. Thereafter you will drive to Lotus Temple, also known as Bahai’s House of worship, which is one of a kind. Visit the Prayer hall and worship in your own style, and enjoy the beautiful marble and architecture of the temple. You will stay here for 30 minutes. You will then be ready to head for lunch (Own Expense). Your last destination is Akshardham Temple, where architects have achieved the zenith of carving to induce life in every piece of stone. The Akshardham Temple was officially opened in 2005 by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. You will stay at Akshardham temple for about one hour. Your tour then ends with the drop-off at the hotel.
IncludesEnglish-speaking local guide Private AC Cab All applicable entrance fee
- Shoes must be removed at places of worship.
- Knees and shoulders must be covered at places of worship.
- The free pickup/drop off service applies for hotels in the city center only. There will be an extra charge for hotels 15-20 kms from the city center.