New Delhi


If you only have a day in Delhi, make sure you do visit the following places:


Qutub Minar : 73m tapering tower built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak after defeat of Delhi's last Hindu kingdom.

Humayun’s Tomb : Opulent red-sandstone tomb of Mughal Emperor Humayun, built in 1572 & surrounded by formal gardens.

Children's Park : Playful park featuring jungle gyms, slides & swings, along with whimsical sculptures.

India Gate : Imposing Arc de Triomphe-style gate commemorating the Indian soldiers killed in the First World War.

Rajpath : Rajpath is a ceremonial boulevard in New Delhi, India, that runs from Rashtrapati Bhavan on Raisina Hill through Vijay Chowk and India Gate, National War Memorial to National Stadium, Delhi.

Red Fort : Landmark 17th-century Mughal fortress built in towering red sandstone, now a complex of museums and Mughlai cuisine.

Gurugram


If you only have a day in Gurugram, make sure you do visit the following places:


Sultanpur National Park : Home to local & migratory birds, this wetland park offers paths, watch towers & an education center.

Oyster's Water Park : Water park, oyster, beach, and park

Fun N Food Village : Water park, amusement park, and park

Cyber City : The DLF Cyber City is a corporate park in Gurgaon, India, which houses some of the top IT & Fortune 500 companies.

Noida


If you only have a day in Noida, make sure you do visit the following places:


Surajkund : Reservoir dating from the 10th century, known for its bucolic setting & yearly craft fair.

Atlantic Water World Water Park Delhi : The Atlantic Water World transportable Ferris wheel installation at Kalindi Kunj Park in the Okhla neighbourhood of Delhi, India, opened to the public in October 2014.

Kalindi Kunj : Waterfront public park & garden with a playground, fountain & adjacent amusement park.

Botanic Garden of Indian Republic : Sprawling botanical gardens showcasing the region's wide variety of native flora in lush surrounds.

Worlds of Wonder : This amusement park offering over 20 rides & a waterparks with long slides is a popular destination.

Mumbai


If you only have a day in Mumbai, make sure you do visit the following places:


Marine Drive

Gateway of India

Haji Ali Dargah

Film City Mumbai

Elephanta Caves

Pune

Behind the modern commercialized façade of Pune lies the roots of ancient Poona, which gave birth to the Maratha Empire and had a very crucial role to play in the history of India’s independence. Pune is globally known for the Osho Ashram which attracts followers from all over the world. Dotted with palaces and temples, the most important of these are the Shaniwar Wada palace and the Aga Khan Palace.

To experience the grandiose of Maratha architecture coupled with stunning views of the Sahyadris, the Singhagad fort is a must-visit tourist attraction. Due to its alluring location on the Bhuleshwar Range of the Sahyadri Mountains, it offers excellent trekking trails to the top of the cliffs.

While Pune has plenty of eating options, ranging from street food to high-class restaurants where one can enjoy all kinds of cuisines, it is renowned for its bakery items. Ranging from a variety of cookies, pastries to even cakes, don’t forget to try out Pune’s mouth-watering desserts.

Hyderabad


If you only have a day in Hyderabad, make sure you do visit the following places:


Charminar

Golconda Fort

Ramoji Film City

Hussain Sagar lake

Birla Mandir

Bengaluru


If you only have a day in Bangalore, make sure you do visit the following places:

Bangalore Palace

MG Road

Lal Bagh

Bannerghatta National Park

Cubbon Park

Chennai

We are into a business The modern metropolis of Chennai - a buzzing city of glorious beaches, monuments standing as a testament to the time, and the people who have preserved age-old traditions - is sure to sneak its way into your hearts.

Marina Beach : Second largest urban beach in the world and Breezy Beach

Government Museum

MGR Film City

Arignar Anna Zoological Park

Marundeeswarar Temple

Copyright ©2021 | All Rights Reserved