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Excursion d'une journée à Haridwar et Rishikesh depuis Delhi

New Delhi, Inde

À partir de 90,00 $US

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Annulation gratuite
Jusqu'à 24 heures avant.
  • 15 heures (environ)
  • Prise en charge offerte
  • Billet mobile
  • Proposé en : Anglais
  • Convient pour éviter la foule

Vue d'ensemble

Une excursion d'une journée idéale pour les voyageurs à Delhi qui ont peu de temps mais qui veulent voir les contreforts de l'Himalaya et le fleuve sacré du Gange. Vous serez conduit en voiture privée dans les deux villes saintes, pleines de temples, et découvrirez leur histoire et leur importance dans l'hindouisme grâce à votre guide local.
  • Les transferts de l'hôtel sont inclus
  • Recevez un service personnalisé lors d'une visite privée
  • Un voyage sans tracas pour les voyageurs en Inde pour une courte période
  • Transport privé en véhicule climatisé

Ce qui est inclus

  • Prise en charge et retour à l'hôtel
  • Guide cum conducteur
  • Transport privé en voiture climatisée confortable
  • 1 bouteille d'eau minérale par personne
  • Nourriture et boissons
  • Pourboires
  • Déjeuner et dîner
  • Boissons alcoolisées

Départ et retour

Point de départ

  • New Delhi
    New Delhi, New Delhi, Territoire capital national de Delhi

Heure de départ

6:00 AM

Remarque

Pick up de vos hôtels de la ville de Delhi.

À quoi s'attendre

Informations supplémentaires

  • Vous recevrez la confirmation lors de la réservation
  • Accès pour les personnes à mobilité réduite
  • Pas de shorts ou de hauts sans manches autorisés. Les genoux et les épaules doivent être couverts pour les hommes et les femmes
  • Pour l'achat de nourriture afin que vous puissiez utiliser des espèces et des cartes de crédit
  • La nourriture et les boissons personnelles sont autorisées, mais les plats non végétariens ne sont pas autorisés à Haridwar et à Rishikesh, car ils constituent la ville sainte des hindous.
  • Au-dessous de 5 ans, les enfants sont gratuits
  • La plupart des voyageurs peuvent participer
  • Ce circuit/cette activité est privé(e).Seul votre groupe participera.

Conditions d'annulation

Vous pouvez annuler jusqu'à 24 heures avant l'expérience et recevoir un remboursement intégral.

  • Pour recevoir un remboursement complet, vous devez annuler plus de 24 heures avant l'heure de début de l'expérience.
  • Si vous annulez moins de 24 heures avant l'heure de début de l'expérience, le montant que vous avez payé ne sera pas remboursé.
  • Aucune modification effectuée moins de 24 heures avant l'heure de début de l'expérience ne sera acceptée.
  • Les heures limites de réservation sont basées sur le fuseau horaire de l'expérience.

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This trip was a nightmare. First...
elizabeth H, nov. 2017
This trip was a nightmare. First off we were not aware that we would be driving on horrible streets for 5 hours each way! Thats 10 hours of crazy no rules bumper to bumper, wheel well to wheel well what should be 20 mile an hour traffic. Yet our driver chose to drive way over the safe rate causing car sickness and neck pain! If we had know this we would not have booked the trip. Or if we did we would have planned to stay in Rishekesh over night. But the itinerary neglected to say this. Given this big gap in expectations was the big issue, yet there were many other problems: - the car arrived on time, 5:00am, yet it was a very small economy car. Given you will be in it for 13 hours you could at least have a comfortable car. We felt every bump, even hitting our heads on the car roof from hitting huge holes at 60 mph! The driver was skilled however I called him Mario after Mario Andrette the race driver. It was far too long of a drive to be swerving in traffic and aggressive driving. I took three doses of dramamine! - after an hour with a non english driver we stop at a store, hut, and a man jumps in the car. He is the owner of the company. He says we will be driving to his home for breakfast, NOT! We, two women, were not going in to this mans home. The home was a typical indian middle class villiage. Yet it was far from what Americans would consider safe. We then drove two hours to a road side truck stop. That was clean...er. But not as advertised at all. It was also our last food for 8 hours! - the tour owner also announced we would be picking up his father who will escort us on the trip. I asked if he was a professional guide which is what we paid for and was assured he was. The man was a very sweet person with good english. But he was not a tour guide. He was unable to tell us anything about the history or culture of the areas. He basically just walked with us. He had no idea the year things were built or even who built it. We had to google everything! Now the attractions: Hardiwar - it is something to see. The Ganges river is incredibly rich with history - which we googled. You had a sense you were really in a different land. Walking the paths of centuries before us. The down side is the area was FILTHY. Slum surrounds the area. There were no international tourists there. It was just us, we were stared at and watched everywhere. The driver dropped us under a bridge and we walked in. It was scary. Very poor conditions, beggers, people touching you. Just not somewhere that two american women should be. We heard just the day before an American couple were attacked in the very same spot upon returning home. The driver should not have taken us that way! While it was historic and a dont miss activity, i would take a lot more precautions and plan a lot better to go. - rishekesh - this was an incredibly gorgous place at the Himalayan foothills. The town was filled with little villiage sellers. We enjoyed the villiage scenery and area very much. The temple was interesting yet not noteworthy at all. Our guide knew nothing about the gods the temple or the areas. This town is a must see in India yet, from Delhi get a hotel in Rishekesh and drive one way. Get a guide there for the day and hire a car back the next day, stop in Hardiwar for a few minutes on the way back. All in all, it gave us some stories to tell and was a hard journey, yet memorable. My advise - go with a proffessional and make it two days!

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