Top Day Tours by Car from Delhi - Price per Car
Taj Mahal Guided Day Tours - Price per person
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We booked tajmahalcabs for 3'days with the program planned by me and my friend. The company was so nice to the customer. Because we were two women, we were worrying to be in delhi especially (being blonde in india is scary unfortunately). They just settled down us and made us feel safe! The restaurant they took us at the yamuna exp. was also good. We had some little problems at airport pick up, but they solved it quickly and nicely. Driver name was rahul. He is a nice guy with verry little english. I also recommend him. Thank you for a nice and safe journey!!!
the entire experience was very well organised. The service was outstanding, Chotu the driver/guide, everyone was a joy to deal with and went out of their way to make us feel comfortable and catered for. I will definitely be recommending them!
Alamgir Khan was a great guide with us in agra during tour, on time and friendly. He went above and beyond to make us comfortable and was accommodating as possible. Our driver Sunil was professional drive nice. Graet Time !
The pick-up directly from Delhi International airport driver, Ajay was nice and we arrived just on time for sunrise at the Taj Mahal, Almagir Khan was a knowledgeable local guide (meet in Agra), and the driver Ajay made sure nothing bad happend; whole trip was wonderfull and well organised by Taj Mahal Cabs Team. My guide was knowledgeable and thorough explaining the history of the Taj Mahal. The driver was good and on time. Overall the trip was great.
Absolutely no issues right from booking to service. Paid part advance and then driver (Irfan) arrived on time to pick up at station and was totally professional and was very helpful. Will use Taj Mahal Cabs again
The trip in mathura is good as compare to before. Driver is good behaving and decent. Happy with support team who always reply at no Time.
From the moment I landed I was in communication with Babloo from TM cabs. I was nervous I was going to miss my pick up because my flight was delayed, but Babloo assured me it would not be a problem and the driver would be there for me with a sign waiting anytime I came in.
PHEW! I found him right away and off we went towards Agra. When we arrived in Agra we picked up the the English-speaking guide and headed towards the Taj Mahal. The guide was fluent in multiple languages and was very passionate about the history of Agra and the Taj Mahal. What I loved especially about this private tour was the tour really was whatever I wanted it to be. After touring the Taj Mahal we then went to the red fort of Agra which was incredible, def recommend it. It provides views of the Taj you would never imagine. We then went to a marble making factory where they show you how they do the marble inlays that are on the Taj which was very informative. They do try and sell you marble but also don't mind if you don't buy. I did not and it's all good! Though gorgeous work, it's just not really my jam.
Now my favorite part of the tour and this may not be for everybody but I am a photographer and one of my main goals in coming to India was to take photos of people. Babloo took me to a Local mausoleum which was on the river and you could watch the water buffaloes and there were a lot of local people around playing games and just living life. He toured me through some of the villages and I helped a man make some pottery and took a ton of photos and it was just a one-of-a-kind unique experience. Oh I almost forgot ! We went to the gardens that are across the river from the Taj Mahal. The view from this side is very different . Majestic.
Now, THE FOOD! We went to a beautiful hotel with a delicious buffet. Probably the best Indian food I have ever had. If that isn't your thing they had all different types of food. This tour was well worth it . I highly recommend it !
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