Delhi is the capital of India. Delhi city is extremely famous for its rich ancient history, gorgeous historical monuments, forts and palaces.
The best way to see New Delhi is HoHo Bus services. HOHO buses run across the city covering many important tourist destinations including historic monuments, museums and markets. Simultaneously, you can explore the rustic charm of Old Delhi, shop for souvenirs and artifacts, savor culinary delights and soak in the culture of the city all at once.
Tourists can hop on and hop off at any of the stops along the way. The buses ply from 8 AM – 8 PM at a frequency of approximately half an hour.
HOHO Bus Price for Adult is Rs.300, Child is Rs.150 (child below 3 feet)
HOHO bus service is just the perfect answer to sightseeing in Delhi. You can plan your day and explore the city at your convenience. HOHO buses follow a loop system, So you can board or get off a bus at any of the earmarked points on the way.
Apart from HOHO buses, local transport includes the Delhi Metro which runs across North, East, South and West Delhi. Metro stations near Rajiv Chowk (Connaught Place), Lajpat Nagar, Dilli Haat and the Lotus Temple almost coincide with HOHO stoppage points. Local buses and taxis also operate in all parts of the city. Some HOHO bus stops are conveniently planned near metro stations to facilitate traveling to other parts of the city.
HOHO Sightseeing Route
HOHO Bus route starts from Feroz Shah Kotla then goes to Red Fort then to Rajghat. After Rajghat goes to National Gallery of Modern Art, then forehead to India Gate, after India Gate HoHo bus moves to Purana Qila, then to Humayun's Tomb, it takes ahead to Lajpat Nagar Market, do some shopping, after that it will take to Lotus Temple, then to the Malls of Saket, Qutab Minar is the 11th stop HOHO bus, then it takes to hauz khas village, Dilli Haat is the 13th stop, after haat its time to see safdarjung Tomb, then takes to santushti shopping arcade. Nehru Museum is the 17 stop of HOHO bus services. Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum is the next stop, then the next is National Museum and last but not the least stop is the Jantar Mantar.
The best part of the HoHo Bus is that these buses continuously move around a fixed route, all day long. So you can board or get off a bus at any of the earmarked points on the way.