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$55 Day Trips & Excursions

Ful-Day Tour: Golconda Fort, Qutub Shahi Tombs and Iconic Salarjung Museum

Visit three of the most famous attractions in Hyderabad - Golconda Fort Qutub Shahi Tombs and Salarjung Museum Learn the history from your professional guide and the live commentary while appreciating the mesmerizing architecture! Golconda Fort: You will be visiting a majestic fortress on the outskirts of Hyderabad, Golconda Fort is one of the grandest forts of India. Built around 12th and 16th Century by various Qutub Shahi rulers, this fort has a rich history that is almost 400 years old Golconda Fort is a delight to eye for not just lovers of history but also the architects who are going to shape the future for us. The light & sound show is a must attend event on your list which is included in your trip. Qutub Shahi Tombs: Later you will visit the Qutub Shahi Tombs. The tombs are domed structures built on a square base surrounded by pointed arches and have a distinctive style that blends Persian, Pashtun and Hindu. After visiting the dorm, you will be taken back to your hotel. The tombs of the legendary Qutb Shahi kings lie about a kilometre away from Banjara Darwaza of the Golconda Fort. Planned and built by the Qutb Shahis themselves, these tombs are said to be the oldest historical monuments in Hyderabad. Salar Jung Museum: is one of the three National Museums of India, Salar Jung Museum encompasses the Nawab's prized ancestral collections and Nizam's Royal jewellery which are displayed beautifully in this museum.included in your tourHotel/Home pickup and drop-off in a Luxury Saloon car or 4WD in HyderabadGolconda sound and show ticketEntry ticketSalarjung Museum entry ticketSoft Drinks and Lunch at Golconda FortSnack and Soft Drinks at Salarjung MuseumFree Souvenir GiftProfessional guideLive commentaryAll taxes, fees and handling chargesGST (Goods and Services Tax)Not Included in your TourCamera/video feesShopping at these attractionsGratuities (recommended)Tour HighlightsA morning departureEnjoy fantastic city view on your way to Golconda Fort1 tour attendant for Every 5 passengers

$43 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

Private Half Day Tour: Dinner cruise, Old city shopping ride & Laser show

The Old City of Hyderabad: Explore the heritage of Hyderabad the historical richness by joining us for the brief guided tour of Hyderabad City that includes the visit to world famous monuments like Charminar, Chowmahlla Palace, Old bazaar, Laser show at Lumbini Park and dinner boat cruise andSouth Indian city historical Hyderabad is world famous for its unity in diversity. The city’s rich past is exhibited in various monuments spread over old city area, and the new development of the city can be seen in new area.This half day guided tour of Historic City that includes the most visited attraction of Hyderabad. visit to world famous monuments Charminar, & Chowmahlla Palace, with some leisure time for shopping, walking around the old lanes and by lanes of the city to discover the real arts and culture hidden behind the glamour and gleam of shops and showrooms. The tour is the best way to get acquainted with the real culture existing at the oldest part of the city.We will also visit the Chowmahalla Palace that was once regarded as the center of Hyderabad. The magnificent Chowmahalla Palace was the seat of the Asaf Jahi dynasty where the Nizams entertained their official guests and royal visitors. Built over 200 years agoThe Laser Show at Lumbini Park: Another attraction the spell-binding Laser show!!!!  attraction at Lumbini Park. A water fountain dancing to the rhythm of songs. Interesting isn’t it. Lumbhini Park located on the banks of Hussainisagar lake hosts Musical fountain and the laser which is something not to be missed. The Musical fountain and water cascades is an experience in itself.The Dinner Cruise:It;s time for a lake ride A 48 seater Dhow Cruize, which looks hypnotizing when lit up in the evening, offers its guests with Hyderabadi dinner, Hyderabadi dum biriyani and you wouldn’t dare to miss it. The biriyani indeed had ‘dum’ with good textured basmati rice, tender meat and a soulful garnishing of spices, The chicken is marinated with herbs and curd and mixed well with spices and masala and cooked in dum to lend its unique taste”The Following are included in your tourHotel/Home pickup and drop-offA private Luxury car transportationLaser show and Lumbini park Admission ticketEnglish, telugu and Hindi speaking Local guideSoft DrinksDinnerThe following are not IncludedShoppingAdditional food which is not in the menuTour HighlightsInstant Confirmation is ProvidedAll entrance fees includedAll the local taxes are included 

$65 Day Trips & Excursions

Half day Hyderabad tour to magical Golkonda fort & Qutub Shahi tombs

8 AM- Hotel pick up for half day Hyderabad tour We head out to Golconda, located 11 km away from the Hyderabad City. The Golconda fort is arguably the greatest hill fortress of India. Built in AD 1143 as a mud fort, it was fortified between the 14th and 17th centuries and served as the principle Palace of the Bahmani Sultans and the Qutb Shahi dynasty.Our guide will bring alive the history of this Fort and how it shaped the future of Hyderabad and its people.Noon- Qutub Shahi tombsOur next destination in the half day Hyderabad tour is the Qutub Shahi Tombs were erected in the memory of the old kings of Golconda. The arch, columns, dome minarets, and galleries look exquisite and are surrounded by gardens called Ibrahim Bagh.  As per legend, these tombs were revered during the rule of the Qutub Shahi Kings and even criminals taking refuge here were pardoned.130PM- Drop back to Hotel

$65 Day Trips & Excursions

The opulence and splendor of Nizams, half day Hyderabad tour

130 PM- Hotel pick up commences for half day Hyderabad tour 2PM- Choumahalla Choumahalla, the Palace of the Nizams who were at one time the richest people in the world is the next halt in this Hyderabad tour. Some of the noteworthy sections in this Palace include a water fountain, vintage cars, intricate carvings, glass chandeliers and the grand durbar hall. During the heydays of the Nizams, as many as 7000 attendants used to man this Palace! Our guide will give you an insight into the personal and political life of Nizams of Hyderabad.3PM- Salarjung MuseumOur half day Hyderabad tour takes us next to Salarjung, the most famous museum in Hyderabad. It has the world’s largest one-man Art collection. Nawab Mir Yusuf Ali Khan Salar Jung III(1889–1949) who was the Prime Minister of the seventh Nizam of Hyderabad, spent a fortune over thirty-five years to build this collection. The collection ranges from 2nd century B.C to early 20th century A.D of different cultures such as Greek, Roman, Hindu, Jain, Buddhist, Christian and Islamic.The best exhibit arguable is that of Mephistopheles & Margharita, the legendary characters created by Goethe.430PM- CharminarOur final destination in the half day Hyderabad tour is Charminar, a monument that is symbolic of the city of Hyderabad. It was built in 1591 by Mohammed Quli Qutb Shahi, the fifth sultan of the Qutub Shahi dynasty to commemorate the end of a deadly plague attack of the city. Our guide will enthrall you with legends like the presence of a secret tunnel underneath Charminar which connected to Golconda Fort,  created as a means of escape for the royal family at times of distress.We will take a walk through the ancient Pearl and Bangle market near Charminar which has not changed its essence, over the last few centuries.630PM- Drop back to Hotel

$36 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Delhi Sulabh International Museum of Toilets

You will be picked up from your hotel and driven to Sulabh International Museum of Toilets.The museum is the brainchild of Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak. His painstaking efforts for marshaling even the minutest details about the development of toilet system in the world led to the establishment of this unique museum in 1992 in New Delhi. The exhibits, so collected, have been meticulously displayed chronologically. Thus, it showcases the development over the last five thousand years from the third millennium B.C. to the end of the 20th century.The museum has three main sections:Ancient: The story unfolds with the sanitation arrangements of the Harappan Settlements of around 3,000 B.C. The excavated main sites of that civilization at Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro in modern Pakistan and Dholavira and Lothal in Gujarat province of India have remnants of wells, bathing tanks, both overground and underground drains, toilets, soak-pits, roads and lanes. The W.C. toilet at Mohenjo-Daro of 2,500 B.C. is acknowledged as a championing work in the field of sanitation. The pucca wide underground drain of Dholavira in the citadel section of the township, has manholes at regular intervals to monitor the flow inside. Simultaneously, the museum also displays sanitation arrangements of other ancient civilizations of Egypt, Babylon, Crete, Jerusalem, Greece and Rome.Medieval: During the Middle Ages, whether in India or elsewhere, the kings and emperors used to live in big forts for security reasons. The museum displays toilets of Amber Fort of Jaipur, Akbar’s Fort in Fatehpur-Sikri near Agra, Gingee Fort of Tamilnadu and Golconda Fort of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. In this section, one can also see European toilets, some of them for royal use and therefore valuable.Modern: This section has interesting toilet related cartoons, photographs of toilets from the catalogues of reputed sanitary ware manufacturing companies and public toilets of different countries. The visitors in this section also see the toy-commode from China, mobile toilet of Sulabh, electric toilet from America and the model of the world’s biggest toilet complex at a religious place named Shirdi in Maharashtra. The museum is also exhibiting some ultra-modern electronic toilets from Japan, South Korea and other countriesUpon completion of your museum visit, you will be transferred back to your hotel.

$81 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Delhi Sulabh International Museum with Lunch

You will be picked up from your hotel and driven to Sulabh International Museum of Toilets.The museum is the brainchild of Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak. His painstaking efforts for marshaling even the minutest details about the development of toilet system in the world led to the establishment of this unique museum in 1992 in New Delhi. The exhibits, so collected, have been meticulously displayed chronologically. Thus, it showcases the development over the last five thousand years from the third millennium B.C. to the end of the 20th century.The museum has three main sections:Ancient: The story unfolds with the sanitation arrangements of the Harappan Settlements of around 3,000 B.C. The excavated main sites of that civilization at Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro in modern Pakistan and Dholavira and Lothal in Gujarat province of India have remnants of wells, bathing tanks, both overground and underground drains, toilets, soak-pits, roads and lanes. The W.C. toilet at Mohenjo-Daro of 2,500 B.C. is acknowledged as a championing work in the field of sanitation. The pucca wide underground drain of Dholavira in the citadel section of the township, has manholes at regular intervals to monitor the flow inside. Simultaneously, the museum also displays sanitation arrangements of other ancient civilizations of Egypt, Babylon, Crete, Jerusalem, Greece and Rome.Medieval: During the Middle Ages, whether in India or elsewhere, the kings and emperors used to live in big forts for security reasons. The museum displays toilets of Amber Fort of Jaipur, Akbar’s Fort in Fatehpur-Sikri near Agra, Gingee Fort of Tamilnadu and Golconda Fort of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. In this section, one can also see European toilets, some of them for royal use and therefore valuable.Modern: This section has interesting toilet related cartoons, photographs of toilets from the catalogues of reputed sanitary ware manufacturing companies and public toilets of different countries. The visitors in this section also see the toy-commode from China, mobile toilet of Sulabh, electric toilet from America and the model of the world’s biggest toilet complex at a religious place named Shirdi in Maharashtra. The museum is also exhibiting some ultra-modern electronic toilets from Japan, South Korea and other countriesUpon completion of your museum visit, you will have lunch included at a local restaurant (Beverage excluded).  After lunch, you will be transferred back to your hotel.

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