Hazarat Nizamuddin Police Station, New Delhi 110013It is mandatory to get in touch with Guava Trips after the booking, on +919818778967.
The alluring beauty alone is not the attraction of Humayuns Tomb; but commemorating the love of a wife for her beloved husband. Emperor Humayuns wife Haji Begum built it for her deceased husband, only to be declared in 1993 by the UNESCO as a World Heritage site and that is exactly the reason why people call it the Cousin of Taj Mahal. Humayuns tomb has always drawn travellers to its lap as it is not only a place of architectural importance but also historical. Embark on a journey to the time of the Mughals who ruled Delhi once with their might as our skilled tour leader will consistently declaim you the spectacular stories of past. Get your camera ready to practise your photography skills since Humayuns tomb has a lot of potential in photography. The architectural marvel of Humayuns tomb is at par excellence that it will astound you with its perfection!Inclusion:
A bottle of mineral water
You get an English / Hindi speaking guide so that language does not become a barrier.
All taxes Please Note:
Each walk allows a maximum of 10 people.
If anyone is late than 15 mins, then it is not Guava Trips responsibility to reschedule their tour or refund them.Trips can be cancelled or rescheduled in case:
The weather conditions are not safe or conducive for walking. If no alternatives are made, refunds will be available.
If the walk gets cancelled for any reason, a full refund will be provided.
All bookings need to be done online. Tickets once booked will not be refunded or exchanged. Double check the amount before confirming your booking. Children
below 6 years do not require any tickets.
All walkers are advised to be present at least 10 minutes before the scheduled time at the meeting point.
The coordinator will be standing outside the venue in a green polo t-shirt with a guava trips logo (in white color) in the front and Guava Trips written on the back (white color) which will help you to recognise them.