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Hoho Bus Route Map

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by Jaidev, Feb 28, 2016.

  1. Jaidev

    Jaidev New Member

    I have just read the HOHO bus in Delhi thread and think it is a great way to see Delhi. Information has been provided in the thread but I need some more.

    1. I need a list or map of all the routes for the HOHO bus service?

    2. Exact costs for each route

    3. Details on where the bus departs from to start the tour

    4. An idea of how long the bus stops at each attraction

    5. Is food available when the bus stops somewhere?
     
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  3. briannagodess

    briannagodess Well-Known Member

    Hello, @Jaidev! Welcome to the forum!

    Here are the different routes for the HOHO Bus service in Delhi:

    1. One Day Tour (Also known as the Red Route) - With this tour, you can visit up to 9 places in 1 day and drive pass 11 places. The first bus arrives at 8:30 am and arrives every 40 minutes or so.
    • Rashtrapati Bhavan
    • Baba Kharak Singh Marg
    • Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
    • Red Fort
    • Rajghat
    • National Gallery of Modern Art
    • India Gate
    • Purana Qila
    • Humayun Tomb
    • Metro Museum
    • Lotus Temple
    • Embassy Lane
    • Qutub Minar
    • Hauz Khas Village
    • Dilli Haat
    • National Rail Museum
    • National Museum
    • Nehru Museum
    • National Science Museum
    • Central College Industries Emporium
    • Jantar Mantar
    2. Two Days Tour (Also known as the Green Route) - You can view up to 20 places within 2 days time. The first bus arrives at 8:30 am and thereafter, buses arrive every 40 minutes or so.
    • Rashtrapati Bhavan
    • Baba Kharak Singh Marg
    • Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
    • Red Fort
    • Rajghat
    • National Gallery of Modern Art
    • India Gate
    • Purana Qila
    • Humayun Tomb
    • Metro Museum
    • Lotus Temple
    • Embassy Lane
    • Qutub Minar
    • Hauz Khas Village
    • Dilli Haat
    • National Rail Museum
    • National Museum
    • Nehru Museum
    • National Science Museum
    • Central College Industries Emporium
    • Jantar Mantar
    3. Evening Tour (Also known as the Blue Route) - With this tour, you can enjoy the Light and Sound Show at Purana Qila.
    • Baba Kharak Singh Marg
    • Red Fort
    • India Gate
    • Purana Qila
    • Dilli Haat
    • Embassy Lane
    • Rashtrapati Bhawan
    • Connaught Place
    4. Monday Tour (Also known as the Purple Route) - The tour begins at 9:30 am and it's a fixed one so the bus waits for you for this one.
    • Baba Kharak Singh Marg
    • Birla Mandir
    • India Gate
    • Rashtrapati Bhawan
    • Parliament House
    • Air Force Headquarters
    • Qutub Minar
    • ISKCON Temple
    • Red Fort
    • Rajghat
    Here are the costs for each tour/route:
    • One Day Tour or Red Route - Rs. 500 for Indians and Rs. 1,000 for foreigners.
    • Two Days Tour or Green Route - Rs. 600 for Indians and Rs. 1,200 for foreigners.
    • Evening Tour or Blue Route - Rs. 500 for Indians and Rs. 700 for foreigners.
    • Monday Tour or Purple Route - Rs. 399 for Indians and Rs. 799 for foreigners.
    Children below 3 feet would pay half the ticket price.

    The bus has different pickup points, except for the Monday Tour which is fixed:
    • HOHO Centre, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Opposite Connaught Place Police Station (Preferred point by many)
    • Metro Museum, Opposite Gate No. 3
    • National Gallery of Modern Art Gate No. 2
    • Nehru Museum
    • National Rail Museum, Opposite Bhutan Embassy
    • Dilli Haat Ina Metro Station Gate No. 2
    • Hauz Khas DTC Bus Stand
    • Qutub Minar, Opposite Entrance Gate
    Buses are available every 40 minutes from these pickup points.

    The bus stops for a few minutes at each attraction only to drop-off and pick-up passengers. The next bus arrives 40 minutes after the bus you boarded. Then another bus, after that bus. It doesn't really wait for the passengers except for the Monday Tour which has a fixed itinerary.

    Food is not always available in these pick-up/drop-off points. But there are some stops like the Hauz Khas Village, Dilli Haat and Connaught Place where there are some eateries and restaurants around.

    I hope this helps.:)
     
  4. Casiox

    Casiox New Member

    Your replies are really useful, I am really thankful for those, I just checked out most of the places you just stated above and these are really awesome, by the way, is there any way they can lower the prices in case I go with a big group of people?
    Thanks in advance.
     

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