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cheap flights to Vancouver mid December?

by grantcanada

Hello,
Just wondering if anyone has advice on how to find the cheapest flight departing New Delhi (or Kathmandu) in mid December. I've found prices online searching from Canada but I've heard you can get better prices when you purchase them there. We're looking for a one way ticket. Also, do you know if a visa is required when entering India from Nepal? Thanks!

Re: cheap flights to Vancouver mid December?

by HansDK

Mid December is an expensive time to fly. Cheapest flights Delhi to Vancouver are USD 900+, compared to USD 700+ for flights end November. Flights from Kathmandu are nearly USD 1500 mid December, compared to USD 1100+ end November.

Try www.expedia.com or www.kayak.com or www.cleartrip.com (latter based in India).

As a Canadian citizen you will need a visa to enter India. If you are still in Canada you should apply there.

Re: cheap flights to Vancouver mid December?

by cgf

For INDIA from NEPAL
Visa required, except for those continuing their journey on first available connection to a third country, holding confirmed onward ticket. Leaving the airport transit area is not allowed. Note: international transfer facilities are very limited at most Indian airports. Passengers in transit through airports with limited facilities will need to be escorted to their connecting flight. Please contact carrier(s) concerned to check if transit is possible.
Additional Information:
- Valid visas in expired passports are still acceptable,provided accompanied by a valid passport of the same nationality of the expired passport.
Warning:
- Non-compliance with the entry/transit regulations will result in fines for the carrier and deportation of passenger to point of origin on the same or first available flight.

FOR Canada (CA)
Passport required.
- Passport and/or passport replacing documents must be valid for the period of intended stay.

ALSO Visa is required.


from Nepal try Jet Airways/Continental thru Delhi/London or Delhi/NewYork
Dec,16th seem a day with low fare for one-way flight

cheers

Re: cheap flights to Vancouver mid December?

by HansDK

www.cleartrip.com has flights mid December from CAD 1058 from Delhi and from CAD 1287 from Kathmandu. If you fly from Kathmandu you don't have to enter India.

Travel Tips for New Delhi

Cover up!!!

by jannieomani

I saw lots of travellers (men and women) wearing sleeveless shirts, shorts, short skirts etc. I don't know how much they were hassled but I covered my shoulders an legs at all times and wore LOOSE clothing (after all, I'm not trying to get a date with a local man). Be smart, take a look at the locals, they don't have much on display. Women always cover their legs and shoulders and diguise the shape of their breasts and waist. Men almost always cover their legs and shoulders. Indians are tolerant people but it is always nice to be respectful and just think, do you REALLY need to attract even more stares than you already would with fair skin, blue eyes etc.?????

3 Wheeler

by walterwu

Delhi streets are full of these 3 wheelers. I had wanted to try it out but didn't have any opportunity. From what I'm told, the ride is alright except when it stops and that's when it gets a little hot within.

The meter reading is for the distance travelled and the distance is tallied against a fare table in the vehicle.

I was told that from Qutab Hotel to Qutb Minar should be about 10 rupees.

Humayun Tomb

by SabrinaSummerville

I always thought that the Taj Mahal was unique - after all, when one thinks of India it is usually the monument that springs to mind.

However, when I recently visited India I discovered that the taj Mahal is the end product of a series of garden tombs constructed throughout India.

In fact the very first garden tomb built in India is Humayun tomb built in 1570. It's quite spectacular and inspired several major architectural innovations.

It has everything that the Taj Mahal has, even the reflecting pools, and is not at all as crowded.

Humayun's Tomb

by DaDrifter

Humayun's Tomb is a World Heritage site located in the Nizamuddin area of South Delhi - a must see if you are visiting Delhi for the first time. Emperor Humanyun was the son of Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire. It is believed that the tomb was built in AD 1569 by Hamida Banu Begum, Humayun's senior queen.

The tomb built using red sandstone, rubble and marble is the earliest example of a garden mausoleum built in India inspired by the Persian design of chahar-bagh (four sided paradise garden). The tomb lies in the centre of a lush garden. There are water channels in the middle of the tracks leading to the tomb. The tomb is believed to have inspired the construction Taj Mahal. The tomb has within its confines, over a 100 graves of the moghuls.

The complex is open from sunrise the sunset. The entry fee is Rs. 10 for Indians and Rs. 250 (or US$ 5) for foreigners.

HUMAYUNS TOMB A WORLD HERITAGE SITE

by pravdr

This tomb, built in 1570, is of particular cultural significance as it was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent. It inspired several major architectural innovations, culminating in the construction of the Taj Mahal.

Justification for Inscription
The Committee inscribed the site on the World Heritage List under criteria (ii) and (iv).

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