The capital city and the political hub of India, Delhi is a mish-mash of the old and the new, harmoniously existing amidst narrow lanes and wide roads. With major attractions scattered all around the city, it is often unfeasible to cover all in a day. The Delhi hop-on, hop-off tour comes to your rescue, taking you to the major attractions whenever it suits you in a convenient and hassle-free way.
Hop onboard the purple, air-conditioned hop-on, hop-off buses and travel around the city with a guide who will share interesting facts and anecdotes about Delhi and answer all your queries. Delhi Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour which covers Delhi’s top attractions ranging from historical monuments and museums, political buildings and shopping centres. Your hop-on, hop-off ticket comes with 1-day and 2-day validity options.
You may choose to hop on the bus at any of the designated stops, hopping off again at the stop that you’d like to explore further. Likewise, you may also choose to sit in the air-conditioned purple bus and see the city pass by as you take in local sights and sounds.
MAJOR ATTRACTIONS COVERED
About the Supplier: HOHO Delhi is the city’s only official hop-on, hop-off sightseeing bus service. It is operated by Delhi Tourism and its blue buses have been on the roads since 2011.
Voucher Type: Paper
Delhi is a functioning city and weather, traffic and events may occasionally cause disruption.
Indian nationals are required to present an ID card while taking the tour, failure of which may lead to paying additional charges.
The 2-day ticket is not consecutive. It can be used on any two days of your choice within 15 days from the date of purchase.
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