For the first day, after getting picked up from the hotel, your first destination will be the Qutab Minar, which is a part of the Qutab complex – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, India’s first mosque, is located at the base of the minaret. Then you will proceed to Humayun’s Tomb. Your next destination is the Gandhi Smriti. Initially, known as Birla House, it was later turned into a museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. You will also visit the India Gate and the Presidential House, or rather, the Rashtrapati Bhavan. Finally, before driving back to your hotel, you may halt for lunch or snacks.
The next day, after getting picked up from the hotel, you will head to Old Delhi, and your first stop will be the Red Fort. Next, head to the Jama Masjid. Built by Shah Jahan between 1644 and 1656 AD, the Jama Masjid is easily one of the grandest mosques in the world. Now, you will head to the chaotic old market of Chandni Chowk here. This place is full of legendary eating outlets as well as scores of shops selling myriad items such as jewelry, spices, clothes and almost every other conceivable thing. You will also visit the nearby market of Khari Baoli.
A top highlight of your tour would be a rickshaw ride through the serpentine traffic-clogged streets of Old Delhi, where vehicles, human beings, and animals rub shoulders. Your next destination is Raj Ghat, the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, which marks the spot of his cremation. Now, it will be time for a lunch break. After lunch, proceed to visit the Bahai Temple, also called the Lotus Temple, as it looks like the lotus flower. Finally, your sightseeing for the day comes to an end, and you will be driven back to your hotel.