Dehradun is the most popular city of the Uttarakhand and also the capital of the state. It is considered as one of the best tourists places in India. Nestled in the mountain ranges of the Himalayas, the city has become the holiday destination for people living in North India, especially there are so many visitors coming from Delhi to Dehradun on every year. The number of people coming to Dehradun is increasing day by day, thus the movement of people from Dehradun to Delhi or Delhi to Dehradun has been increased by a large margin and thus taxi service from Dehradun to Delhi is also in demand.
However, you can choose many ways to travel from Dehradun to Delhi such as by train, bus, flight or cab or taxi. But traveling via bus, train or flight may include unwanted task like booking in advance, reaching the railway station or airport on time and more. Al this led a hassle among the users, and thus the concept of Dehradun to Delhi taxi has come into existence. It is a smooth and comfortable way to travel from Dehradun to Delhi. If you are travelling short distances ranging from 150-300km, taxi service is the best option.
GTS cab has been serving Dehradun to Delhi taxi service over many years. Our service is speediest and most affordable. Our car rental service includes outstation taxi rental, shared taxi, and carpooling. You can find one- way, round trip and multiple trips taxi from Dehradun to Delhi.
GTS Cab Fare From Dehradun To Delhi Is Very Cheapest for One-Way Taxi, RoundTrip Taxi, Outstation Taxi, Local Car Rental, Airport Transfer.
|Cab Type||Taxi Type||Fares|
|Hatch Back||Local Rental||RS 800|
|Sedan cAB||Local Rental||RS 1000|
|SUV||Local Rental||RS 2000|
|Hatch Back||One-Way||RS 2500/*|
|Sedan cAB||One-Way||RS 2700/*|
|Hatch Back||Outstation||RS 9/Km|
|Sedan cAB||Outstation||RS 10/Km|
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When you travel to Delhi from Dehradun via road, you can witness several hilly areas, villages and small towns along the way. While sitting in the cab you can have a gala time taking a scenic drive. Moreover, there are many places like Mohand, Muzaffarnagar, and Deoband will fall in between the route.
Delhi, the capital of our country can be best explored when rushing from Dehradun to Delhi. The capital has everything to explore from monuments, forts, parks, restaurants, Zoo, and gardens. Here we are listing some places that cannot be missed when visiting Delhi.
This is most ancient or in fact the first one Garden tomb in India. In 1993 it is declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site. it has an amazing formation which soothes your eyes. The whole Tomb has gone through a huge renovation since its inception. The tomb was built using red sandstone by the son of Humayun named as Akbar.
It was indeed famous in medieval times. You can witness amazing formations around the reservoir which give you an awe moment. The village has retained the old charm so far since it was founded. Moreover, many green parks evolved over time have increased the elegance of the place.
It is touted as the tallest tower in the whole world thus making record world-wide. The construction work of Minar was started in 1992 by Qutb Ud-Din-Aibak, who was then the founder of Delhi Sultanate. The construction works continued over time by many rulers. You can have a feel of rich history sparing your time to this magnificent monument.
It was also built using red sandstone. It was the official place of Mughal. During this time, 5th Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan had taken a huge move for converting the capital of the empire from Agra to Delhi. In 2007, Red fort was announced as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It was named as the All India War Memorial, but better known as the India Gate. The gate is very significant as it is devoted to 8200 soldiers who died in the First World War and the Third Anglo-Afghan War.