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Delhi to Bhimtal info pls

by kaps_4

Hi!

Could anyone pls tell me if there are any pvt cars or Taxi's to go to Bhimtal or Corbett from Delhi Domestic Airport.

And is it safe for a family of 4 to travel for 7/ 8 hours by pvt car / Taxi to Bhimtal or Corbett ? How much would it cost for Bhimtal and Corbett by Taxi .

Thanks
Kaps

Re: Delhi to Bhimtal info pls

by vpas

There are private taxis that would take you to corbett.you could also take a train to the nearest station to corbett which is ramnagar.
vpas

Re: Delhi to Bhimtal info pls

by kaps_4

Thanks...Do you know how much a pvt taxi would cost ?

Kaps

Re: Delhi to Bhimtal info pls

by lynnehamman

The quickest & best way to get to Corbett & Rajiji National Parks would be by train (Shatabi Express 6hours)from Delhi to HARIDWAR- then 15 kms by taxi from Haridwar to Park.
The Shatabi leaves Delhi at 6am - but there are many other trains.
Corbett is about 300km by road from Delhi- it would probably cost between R3000-R3500 by taxi (maybe a bit more). I believe that the better option is the train.

Travel Tips for Delhi

Go to Agra and visit the Taj...

by B_Caro

Go to Agra and visit the Taj Mahal.
The Taj Mahal was built by Emperor Shah Jahan, in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal in 1652.

The tomb is built of pure marble and is considered to be one of the seven wonders of the world.

Holi Festival

by Shelleya

Holi, usually around the beginning of March, is a fun festival to celebrate in the presence of friends and family. If wandering around neighborhoods in Delhi during this time, pay close attention to the rooftops. Kids (and some bigger "kids") love to throw water balloons at pedestrians or shoot water guns. It hurts to get nailed by a water balloon from the top of a 3-story building.

The market street Karol Bagh...

by milliga

The market street Karol Bagh about 3 kms northwest of Connaught Place.Modern fashion shops and the usual street stuff but no cars alowed makes it a relatively relaxed place to do your shopping.
A couple of kms east of Karol Bagh You find the wholesale market Sadar Bazar.I can easily spend some hours there just checking out some quite amazing goods for sale.

Great shopping

by vpas about Lajpath nagar market

There are plenty of shops in this area.You will get just about everything.Jewellery,clothes,caps,bags,kitchen utensils,crockery,linen,etc..There are also many good places to eat,chaat,corn,veg and fruit juices are all sold here.

The way to get around if you...

by j-san

The way to get around if you dont have a friend who can take you around, is by auto-rickshaws. Agree on a price before you get in if possible, find out what it should be. Pay once they get you there... logically. Actually I found the turns in the Delhi auto-rickshaws less nerve-wrecking than those of the Bangkok tuk-tuk. Another interesting thing is that at major intersections there is a timer letting the traffic know when the next green light will be. This encourages drivers to turn their engines off. While waiting at an intersection sellars of magazines, sun-shields etc. may come to your window and sometimes beggars too. They move on reasonably quickly when you apppear dis-interested.

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