This was the highlight of our trip to India. We did a few tours during our brief five day stay in New Delhi. Visiting Gandhi's memorial sites was a very meaningful moment. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and he speaks English which was helpful. He was patient and shows us everything we looked for in the visit. This is a tour we would like to do again when in New Delhi.
Excellent guide, friendly and very informative. I really enjoyed this tour and learnt so much more about Gandhi who is truly an inspiration
An excellent experience. The tour guide Audesh C. Mishra was a great guy who went out of his way to make our trip special and memorable, and even longer than the schedule as we were taking our time to see and indulge in the experience. He was very knowledgeable. Highly recommended on every level.
We enjoyed our Gandhi Tour very much! The sites were very interesting and our tour guide, Indira, was very knowledgeable and friendly. We wanted to spend the morning learning as much about Gandhi and his work as possible and we were very pleased with our tour. Highly recommend! Jim G.
Really good trip, good guide and loved the museums. The cremation place is also included which was particularly interesting.
Tour started 1,5 hours late and lasted 3 hours (instead of promised approx. 5 hours) and consisted of 3 places of visit: Gandhi museum, Gandhi funeral place, and Gandhi house all of which can be entered free of charge in any case. It was cold on an open tuck-tuck in January morning in Delhi, and very uncomfortable with three people sitting in the back. Vianor promised an "airconditioned" vehicle, it sure was. I tried to cover my ears for not getting cold. The guide took us to these places and we did ourselves all the readings on the posters. Definately, not worth the money. Do it independently .
If our group could give this a zero we would. The guide, though pleasant, knew nothing more than the briefest amount in a guidebook--really the worst guiding information I have every experienced! Also, the guide's Indian accent was so strong it made understanding very difficult (and my family is Indian, so I am used to hearing accents . . .) Raj Ghat was closed, as the Japanese PM was visiting the next day, but the guide could not offer an alternative site to visit. When we asked to return to a garden we had passed on our way to Raj Ghat, he and the driver got lost, which was hard to believe, and we landed up driving to India Gate for a brief visit. This tour operation does not have their own cars and drivers and hires those. The cars were not clean and drivers were poor (and I say this with knowledge as we had a car and driver for most of our stay in Delhi, who drove the same kind of vehicle, but clean and knew how to get to places. The guide and cars also arrived 30 min late and the first car had problems and they had to bring another for part of our group while we waited along the side of the road.
AVOID this tour group and AVOID this tour!! It is a total disaster. There were 8 in our group and we wasted our money.