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GoTravi - Day Tours

#721 of 1,734 Tours in New Delhi
New Delhi, India
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GoTravi has been working scrupulously for years to enhance Incredible India experience of our guests. Our in-depth knowledge, experience and down to core honest prices ensures insightful tour experience without having to waste time and energy to negotiate any associated challenges. So, if you are travelling solo, couple, with friends & family or in a group to this part of the world, just GoTravi !
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Renata Sampaio wrote a review Mar 2020
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We went to India with a group of friends. But the agency was not good. The guide that was sent with the Group for Agra and Jaipur was a boy and he didnt know much about tourism. The driver sleep in the highway and every one in the van get scared. The level oh hotel and restaurants was terrible. The hotel in Jaipur was in a terrible neiborhood. There are several hotels in good Neiborhoods in the centre of cit, but the standard of the hotels choosen by the agency is terrible. Some of the points of interest was left behind and instead the travel agency bring the group in stores to buy itens with high prices. The restaurants are also terrible. We asked to bring us in malls with ocidental foods and just in the last day, they bring us in a decent mall. I do not recommend the agency for India tours.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Elena MS wrote a review Apr 2019
Villaviciosa de Odon, Spain3 contributions
In a nutshell: excellent! Harish and his team are great. They are always pleased and ready to help. Harish gave us so many pieces of advice that we will never forget our stay in Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. He organised everything in a perfect way. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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fallfans wrote a review Mar 2019
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I stayed at smyle inn, Delhi last year and Harish arranged rail tickets efficiently and with reasonable commission. Planning a trip to Odisha but not staying in the hotel I contacted Harish again. He was able to arrange train tickets in advance, kept me up to date with the progress and of course, provided the tickets on time. No hesitation in recommending him to anyone and in future visits to India he's on my email list
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Primestop wrote a review Jan 2019
Braunton, United Kingdom348 contributions129 helpful votes
I normally travel independently and was a first reluctant to arrange a driver-led tour. However, there's no doubt I was able to fit more in with a car and driver compared to organising my own train/bus travel. This is important as the distances between the places to visit in Rajasthan are often 300km or more, and trains and buses can be unreliable and have inconvenient and often very early start times. The tour was organised through the travel agency at the Smyle Inn, New Delhi. The agent was amazingly efficient; first he suggested a route; then he booked the tour and driver, all within one hour, including full paperwork. He also helped me with train, bus and air tickets for after my car tour. Tips: 1. Make sure you get on with your driver before you pay for the tour. I suggest you book your driver for one of their standard 8-hour tours of Delhi. After that, you'll know if they're someone you'll be happy to travel with - you'll be with them for a long time. 2. Make sure your driver speaks your language sufficiently well. A lot of people do these car-based tours and in speaking to them my experience was that those who could communicate clearly with their driver had a better time. Indeed, some people came to consider their driver a trusted friend. Unfortunately, my driver could not speak my language other than the basics and just a little more, and this affected my enjoyment of the tour. 3. The company will arrange your hotel accommodation, which is useful as they know places that are central to the town where you are visiting. However, the driver will book you in places where they can stay as well, usually in a dormitory in the basement, and probably for free and this will influence where they take you. I had expected the company/driver to negotiate the rate but that was not the case. After a couple of hotels I realised it was up to me to negotiate and from that point I quickly negotiated a substantial reduction. 4. Before agreeing to a hotel stay make sure you see the room. It can often be very different to the standard of the reception area. 5. Make sure your driver has actually called ahead and reserved a room. My driver did not do that and on one occasion we arrived at "our" hotel only to find it fully booked. This was in a remote country area and there was only one other hotel, which was much more expensive and I had no option other than to agree to pay. 6. Finally on hotels, at the beginning of your tour agree with your driver the hotel room rate you wish to pay. He will take you to a hotel that fits your budget. A cheap hotel will normally be 1200 rupees (very basic, probably not very smart and maybe a bit grim). A mid-price hotel will typically be 2000-2500 rupees (generally good facilities, clean but perhaps a little tired decor). A quality hotel will typically be 3000+ rupees - this would have excellent facilities, be clean and modern. 7. My final tip is to be firm with your driver. He will take you to shops/factories for jewelry, tailors, artists, marble stores, carpet shops, spice merchants and even an elephant ride venue and he'll say there's no pressure to buy. But then you'll be sitting with the owner of the store and they'll press you. I don't know, but I believe the driver gets commission on any sales, which would explain why there was a frosty atmosphere between us after we'd been to a carpet manufacturers and I'd not bought a carpet. All tour companies are the same - they'll all take you to these places unless you tell them not to, and stick to it. Most people I spoke with were very positive about booking a car tour and in Rajasthan I'd also recommend it, with the lessons I learned listed above.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Timothy B wrote a review Jan 2019
Worthing, United Kingdom16 contributions7 helpful votes
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We told the comtpany exactly where we wanted to go and they organised it efficiently. Everything was written out in detail to avoid any confusion. Our driver was brilliant and knew all the best places to stay saving us a lot of time and trouble. Our route was Delhi-Agra-Jaipur-Chittaugargh-Udaipur-Jodpur-Jaisalmer-Bikaner-Mandowa-Delhi. There were certain places I wanted to go and they were slotted in - The Menal Temples, Kumbhalgarh Fort and the Rat Temple (not to be missed) One highlight is sleeping out under the stars in Jaisalmer. It is icy cold but we had so many blankets we were too hot. Do not miss out on this! Do all the usual things before leaving. Make sure you can communicate well with your driver. Get you intinerary written out. Thouroughly check the condition of the car. It was an excellent trip.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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