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WITH THIS TOUR YOU NEED 3 DAY PASS IF YOU WANT TO COMPLETE ALL THE ROUTES W/OUT RUSHING and PRESSURE. BUT IF YOU ARE STAYING IN NEW DELHI FOR ONLY 1 OR 2 DAYS, ITS BETTER TO HIRE AN AIR CONDITIONED CAB FROM YOUR HOTEL FOR 800-1000 RUPEE TO BRING YOU TO THE MAJOR TOURIST DESTINATIONS IN NEW DELHI and BACK TO YOUR HOTEL OR FOR LESSER PRICE and LESS CONVINIENCE,TUK-TUK WILL DO FOR 500 RUPEES.
This is the best way to see New Delhi. We saw more of the city in one day than we expected. We stopped at recommended locations and enjoyed every minute. Each bus had someone explaining the stops and made sure we did not miss anything as well as providing an escape from the heat and hustle and bustle of Delhi life.
Although it was walking down hill due to cobble stone it makes it hard
Great sites to see. Difficult to hear the information from the guide.
Samdee65 New Zealand
This was a great way to experience Delhi as we could disembark at places we were most interested in. Having a limited time in New Delhi meant that this was the best option to choose as it covered a wide area and included all the major sights and attractions. Even if you didn't want to get off, you could see a lot by just cruising past, and the commentators pointed out things of interest as they were coming up and advised passengers whether to get off and explore or to stay on til the next point. Very informative. Although the female tour guides were too fast in talking and the intonation sometimes made it hard to pick up what they were saying. Otherwise very enjoyable....I was with my elderly mother and we both found it a great experience.
It is goog but schedules barely let you see in one day the highlights. Skim the unnecessary or book 2 or more days
Traffic in the city is crazy. But it is an easy way to travel for tourists. If you struggle with accents this is not the tour for you as the commentary is live!!
This is not a bad thing if you can make bus schedule work , it's a cheap way to get key sites . Hard to find main office to get tickets, we had to call like three times to narrow down where it was , info on sites was weak but people nice and buses on time. But having hired cars since first day, would say spend money and do that. Guides will push for you to visit their friends shops, but strangers will bug you with same stuff while you are waiting for bus!
This tour is very useful and safe to travel in a very complex city like Delhi. It is good and safe for lonely female travelers. Time between each bus is a bit long and commentary is not particularly outstanding but overall it is a good option for tourists.
The busses ran on time and were clean. Helpful staff and the sites exceeded expectations. The tour narrators had varying levels of accent, one was hard to understand. The "all inclusive" ticket (incl all entrance fees) doesn't work. I had to pay all site fees and request cash refund at end of day.
At the last minute I backed out of this experience. I am sure it would have been fine as I typically take a Hop On/Hop Off Bus tour anytime there is one available when I travel.
Usual hop on hop off bus except no two storey bus here. Cheap as chip and went to most places of interest.
The Hop on Hop off itself was great and worth the money! But DO NOT BUY THE GPS device. We had to argue with the people at the counter just to get it even though we already paid. They didn't have the devices ready so we had to wait while they looked for them and figured out how to use them. We never ended up using them and it was a waste of money!
Easy to get our tickets for the bus which was clean. Great for getting an idea of the layout of New Delhi! The only issue is there's so much traffic in Delhi between cars/trucks, autorickshaws, bicycles, motorcycles, and pedestrians.
Tour was good, but the markup on the tour was outrageous. I appreciate some markup would be required but was charged almost twice the price and would have been better off booking directly with the operator when I did the tour.
Note from Viator: Thank you very much for your feedback. To clarify, it is a frequent occurrence and custom, that there are very different rates for Indian nationals and non-Indians when entering tourist sites. In this case, the prices paid for via Viator were the same as offered by the ticket office itself in the case of non-Indian nationals.
I was a bit disappointed with this. The actual bus routes and frequencies were ok but the state of the buses was really depressing - they really needed a thorough clean. All the seats, poles and windows felt quite grimy. The pick up/drop off at Dilli Haat was not very well identified at all and I lost all sense of where we were supposed to meet.
Terrible. Many of the monuments open earlier and stay open later than the bus runs so that was frustrating, and then there is only one bus every 40 minutes and only one route around Delhi so if you want to see things farther along in the schedule you have to ride the bus for over an hour to get to it. I bought a 2 day pass and only ended up using it once - I took tuk tuks to get around to the rest of the sites I saw for a fraction of the cost. Also they don't have current maps of the route which is unreasonable given the price of the ticket. Terrible value. This is only the best way to see Delhi if what you want to see is traffic.
There were supposed to be 2 routes but there was only a combined route which is very long. Buses were late. No maps were available at the checkin counter as they were out. Might be better off hiring a rickshaw for the day to take you around.
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