Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Visit National Zoological Park in Delhi with AVIS India



The Capital Territory of India, Delhi is well-known for its historical and cultural heritage and is now stated as the 2nd most populous city in India and 3rd largest urban area in the World. The city lets us visit some of the most talked about wildlife habitation at National Zoological Park in Mathura Road that has over 130 species of animals (1350) and birds. The most noted animals are Royal Bengal Tiger, Black Bear, Blackbucks, Manipur Brow antlered- Deers, Gaur, crocodiles, Leopards, Lion-tailed macaque, White Tiger and many more. Delhi also lets us take a tour of Politically and historically significant monuments, buildings and religious places like Akshardham Swaminarayan, Qutub Minar – the tallest brick Minaret (UNESCO proclaimed), India Gate, The Baha’I Lotus Temple, Humayun’s Tomb, Rajpath, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Rashtrapati Bhavan and the most famous Paranthe wali Gali of Chandi Chowk. Rent a car at AVIS INDIA and drive onto explore this wonderful city in all its glory!

Tuesday, 15 December 2015

Bhubaneshwar Car Rental Service – AVIS India



Bhubaneshwar is the capital and largest city of Odisha. In Eastern India, it is a center of religious and economic importance. The city has derived its name from Tribhubaneshwar which means ‘God of Three Worlds’ – Shiva. Kalinga architecture adorns the temples around the city. It is called as ‘Swarna Tribhuja’ as it forms ‘Golden Triangle’ along with Holy destinations – Puri and Konark (one of the most visited in the country). During winter, one can visit Nandankanan Zoological Park, Dhauli Hill, Odisha State Museum, Jaydev Vihar, Ram Mandir, Lingaraja Temple by renting a car at Avis. Grab your backpack and head on to Odisha to make the most of its pleasant climate.



Monday, 14 December 2015

Jaipur Car Rental | Car Hire in Jaipur - AVIS India



The capital city of Rajasthan – Jaipur is noted for its grand collection of Mahals (Palaces) and is located 250 kilometers away from New Delhi (Capital of India). No doubt, it is one of the most preferred holiday location for national and international people. Car rentals at Jaipur or from Delhi to Jaipur makes the trip worthwhile and hassle-free, especially if it’s a trusted car rental company like AVIS.

Some of the “Royal” places that makes every traveler wish to go back to Jaipur again and again are:

Amer Fort -

Amber Fort or Amer Qila (in hindi) is located 11 kilometers from the Pink City – Jaipur, Rajasthan over the top of a hill. It is one of the major tourist attractions of Jaipur & was constructed by Meenas although ruled by Raja Man Singh I from December 21st 1550 to July 6th, 1614. AVIS car rental in Jaipur will ensure a smooth ride up to this place (also a round trip) over any weekend or weekday depending upon your requirements. Amer Fort is surrounded with beautiful Maota Lake and Garden; it has many Royal elephants, Sheesh Mahal (mirrored palace), Ganesh Pol Entrance which looks exquisite & grand, embossed double leaf silver door entrance to the temple of Sila Devi, Suhag Mandir, Baradhari Pavillion, Lion Gate, Tripolia Gate and many more. Amer Fort will take you through the glorious years of history for sure.

Nahargarh Fort – 

Standing on the edge of Aravalli hills, Nahargarh Fort overlooks the city of Jaipur with all its might and offers a wonderful view of Pink city from its terrace. Nahargarh means “abode of Tiger”, made for defence purposes much like other Forts. It was used as a hunting residence for the Kings. Bollywood movie scenes of ‘Rang de Basanti’, ‘Shuddh Desi Romance’ were shot here. So you know what to flaunt next time you visit this place?

City Palace -

Visit the Mahal which was the primary seat of Maharaja of Jaipur - City Palace or Diwan-I-Khas. It is a conglomeration of Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal and other buildings that makes it look massive and impressive. Located in the north-east of grid-patterned pink city, it exhibits & incorporates some of the most exotic courtyards, gardens, royal Court depicting the architectural enthusiasm of Vidyachar Bhattacharya and Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob (2 main architects) and Sawai Maharaja – the ruler of Amber. The two architects basically built the urban part of the city and helped in creating a fusion of Mughal, European style of architecture over the old Palace & city pretty well. “Must see” at this Mahal would be the Peacock Gate apart from other exclusive collections put together.

Jantar Mantar-

Built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh (Rajput), Jantar Mantar exhibits an astronomical sequence of 19 instruments. It houses the World’s largest stone Sundial and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in India, Rajasthan. It is located just near to Hawa Mahal and City Palace of Jaipur & preserves the manifestation of ancient sanskrit texts  & Islamic astronomy instructions on designs of astronomical intruments made up of brass, stone etc. AVIS car rental in Jaipur can take you to this place which is a “must see” in the city.

Jal Mahal -

“Water Palace” or Jal Mahal is situated in the Man Sagar Lake of Jaipur. It exhibits a floating Palace scenery if viewed from the land nearby. The lake and the Palace, both have been renovated and enlarged by Maharaja of Amber – Jai Singh II. Missing the brilliant opportunity to ride Rajput style boats would be a lot if you’re in Jaipur. Once the boat ferries you across the lake to Jal Mahal, you can climb up the stairs to Chameli Bagh inside the Palace. The view of Aravalli hills, other Forts and Temples is breathtaking. Don’t be surprised if you find fishes in the clear water of Man Sagar Lake while riding back to the city!

Hawa Mahal-

The most famous “Palace of Winds” is located in Jaipur. It is also a very important landmark of Pink City that overlooks a cultural Rajasthani market place. It is constructed in red & pink sandstone and extends up to Women’s Chamber (zenana). “Must see” the Jharokhas (lattice window), coloured glasswork that shines in various colors when sunlight falls through, top-west side of the Mahal for a panaromic view of Jaipur city, unique interior & the backside of Samrat Yantra of Jantar Mantar. Buckle up for a quick ride to the most visited and talked about places of Jaipur with AVIS India.

Friday, 11 December 2015

Hire a car from Delhi to Chokhi-Dhani Jaipur


Hire a car from Delhi- Chokhi-Dhani (Jaipur) for one-way or round trip with us. Under 4.5 hours of journey over 228 kms of distance on road can be very rewarding when you reach as Chokhi-Dhani is full of surprises. It has creatively used terracotta lamps, vases, huts that represent a rural village in Sukhdeopura Nohara and has been recommended as one of the best tourist places by many visitors. Chokhi-Dhani mirrors the true culture of rural Rajasthan and has many restaurant, bars, and recreational places nearby. It is also surrounded by Balaji Mandir, Ranthambore National Park preserving the world’s oldest Tigress, Amber Fort, Sheesh Mahal, Nahagarh Fort, Jal Mahal. This winter, treat yourself & your family with a couple of nights stay at Chokhi-Dhani.

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Book Luxury Car on Rent in Mumbai | Book Toyota Innova Car on Rent in Mumbai



Book Toyota Innova Car on Rent in Mumbai through Avis India, A Best Car Rental Company in Mumbai Provides New Model Luxury Innova Car on Rent in Mumbai for Self Driven and Chauffeur Driven Car Hire Service. We Provide Online Car Rental Services for Airport Transfer, Railway Station Toyota Innova Car Hire, Local City Transfer and Toyota Innova Hire for Outstation Transfers. We Provide 24 X 7 Online Booking Facility of Toyota Innova Car on Rent in Mumbai at Budget Rates for One Day, Two Day, Weekly and Monthly Basis. - See more at www.avis.co.in

Monday, 7 December 2015



Delhi is the National Capital Territory of India located in Northern part of India. It is often referred as Dilli by Hindustanis (Indians). Since 6th century BC Delhi has been variedly and consistently inhabited. It has seen some of the good times of the Medieval Era of Kings and demolition during British Raj and post-independence of India for several political reasons. The urban region of Delhi has received the special status of being National Capital Region (NCR) consisting of many cities namely – Gurgaon, Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Neharpur (Greater Faridabad), Bahadurgarh, Panipat, Sonepat, Rohtak, Karnal, Rewari, Bhiwani, Meerut, Baghpat, Bhagatpur, Alwar and other towns nearby. Delhi has its own Chief Minister – Shri Arvind Kejriwal and is jointly administered by the Federal Govt. of India and the local Govt. of India as it is the Capital.




There are 9 HOT spots in Delhi that one simply cannot miss if he visits Delhi for the first time! Delhi car rental services offered by Avis India is one of the best.
Let’s note the “Must See” places of Delhi:

1) Qutub Minar – The tallest brick Minaret made by Qutb- ud –Din Aibak in 1200 CE has balconies made with elaborate inscriptions. There is an Iron Pillar within the Qutb Complex that consists of Brahmi Script has been noted as a metallurgical wonder that dates back to 4th century. The top Storey of Qutub Minar was reconstructed by Firoz Shah Tughlaq in marble.

2) Humanyun’s Tomb- The most beautiful monument after the Taj Mahal, it has Indo-Islamic architectural style and a breathtaking garden surrounding it – Char Bagh Garden, noted to be the largest in Asia.

3) Red Fort- Popularly known as ‘Lal Qila, it has Diwan-e-Aam that is built with beautiful arches and a royal throne standing under a marble canopy. Diwan-e-khas on the other hand is adorned with floral inlays, painted and gilded; housing the popular Peacock Throne of Mughal Rulers. Rent a car to cover all the important tourist places in Delhi.

4) Jantar Mantar- At Jantar Mantar we can find a huge Sun dial (named as Samrat Yantra) which has a time accuracy of two seconds. It has a collection of 13 astronomical instruments built under the supervision of Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur by the order of Mughal Emperor – Muhammad Shah for annual revision of astronomical tables and calendars.

5) Drive through – Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Parliament House. Stop over at these places are prohibited, hence travelers are requested to drive through and click pictures only.

6) Teen Murti Bhawan- Patriotic feelings arise by visiting this important place in the political history of India as it houses the relics of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and a War memorial column with statues of 3 soldiers.

7) Indira Gandhi Memorial- Must see the relics of Indira Gandhi and the assassination spot of Rajiv Gandhi.

8) Purana Qila- Boating at the Lake of Purana Qila & Sound, lights show at the Qila add up fun in the tourism.

9) Akshardhaam- Swaminarayan Akshardhaam is constructed by BAPS in the year 2005. Must explore the magnificent edifices of the main Mandir, water show held in evening, step-well styled courtyard, Abhishek Mandap and open gardens. It has a canteen which has numerous food stalls of different culture.



If we talk about the best places to hop on for lunch in Delhi, one can find the most mouth-watering dish serving places like Nirulas or Saravan Bhawan (serving South Indian veg food) near Connaught Place or Chandni Chowk – Paranthe wali Gali, Darya Ganj, Chawri Bazar (Suggested). Among many good dishes that one might try while driving through these places, we would suggest – “Daulat ki Chaat” (a milk based dessert unlike usual chaats) which is available only in winter at Chandni Chowk and stuffed Mango Kulfi in Chawri Bazar of Kuremal Mohanlal kulfiwale (the best in town). Rent a car with Avis India and explore the hottest places in Delhi.

Friday, 4 December 2015

AVIS India Offer Hyderabad to Nagarjuna Sagar Car Rental Service




NagarJuna Sagar Dam is recorded as the world’s largest stone dam which is situated in Nalgonda District of Andhra Pradesh. Rent a car at AVIS and take a trip to Nagarjuna Sagar from Hyderabad in less than 3 hours. Peak season to visit the place is from September to January. The river flowing is Krishna and multiple Hydroelectric projects have been undertaken on this Dam. The ambience in Nagarjuna Sagar is very scenic and soothing at the same time due to the presence of fresh water flow. One can also choose to view a majestic river cascade (70 feet high) near Nagarjuna Sagar, named – Ethipothala falls. Here is where the river Krishna meets its tributary Chandravanka

Wednesday, 2 December 2015




Laxmi Vilas Palace is believed to be 4 times the size of Buckingham Palace! Isn’t it intriguing? A lush green lawn adorns the Palace on its outskirts and it provides ample space to play cricket organized by Baroda Cricket Association. While stepping inside the palace, one can gaze at the majestic Indo-Sarcenic architectural style. It was built by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III in the year 1890. A music concert is often held on the ornate Darbar Hall that has a Venetian Floor and Belgium tinted glass windows and walls painted with complex mosaic designs. The Palace also holds priceless antiques in forms of bronze sculptures, armoury & marble which amazes any visitor. Apart from its impressive collection, one can benefit from an audio tour that helps in knowing the whereabouts of the place. Come! Take back a lot of memories with AVIS INDIA at Vadodara!

Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Luxury Car Rental in Mumbai with AVIS India




Mumbai – the capital city of Maharashtra and referred to as the most important commercial hub is one of the first preferences for Business tours. AVIS India is dedicated to provide car rental services at most parts of Mumbai that also include added facilities of pick and drop from Airport and railway station.

Avis India provides all types of car hiring facilities that range from AC – NON AC, Hatchback – Luxury Cars of 5 classes namely – Toyota Etios, Honda City, Volkswagon Vento Vw, Skoda, Toyota Camry, Mercedes E Class 2.7, Audi 8 and many more at excellent car hire discounts.

For a leisure tour of more than 24 hours, visitors can opt for Fashion Street tour starting from Nariman Point to Colaba Causeway (Shaheed Bhagat Singh Road). They might hire an expert guide or choose this Article to address their tour queries in Mumbai and also get information about (suggested) a good restaurant hangout at one of the most exotic places.




Starting from Nariman Point, one can walk up to the Gateway of India and Taj Mahal Palace to take some spectacular photographs. Following which, visitors can walk up to the cozy Leopold CafĂ© to grab some snacks or beverages. It offers a multi ethnic cuisine menu that includes Chinese, Mughlai Main Course, Indian Breads, Salad, Eggs, Pasta & Risotto, and Burgers, Sandwiches since 1871 – claiming to serve better and better every year. Post Lunch / Evening snack halt, visitors must stroll over to Regal Theatre which is located in the Colaba Area.




Here, they can find Cuffe Parade which is a posh neighborhood and upmarket in South Mumbai. Notable residents in this place are the Ambanis, Subhash Chandra of Essel Group and other Industrialists living in Luxury Housing Societies – considered the richest condominium. Visitors can see the World Trade Center, Taj President Hotel and Maker Arcade among other Landmarks nearby. From Cuffe Parade, they can head onto Fashion Street (in about 3 kms by car via Wodehouse Road) to grab some exquisite shopping deals at rock-bottom prices, Here’s How:

1) Avoid the ‘fixed price’ and bargain for Clothes and other Accessories.
2) Shop at Sunset to get cheaper deals.
3) Expect replicas of brands like Gucci, Armani, Dolce & Gabana, Versace etc.
4) Good quality clothes in low prices.

After exploring the fashion hangout place thoroughly visitors can join their expert guide or decide to reach Nariman Point – the starting point. Here they will find the Marine Drive – World’s 4th most expensive official location with a spectacular view of the Arabian Sea. For foodies, Mumbai is a lovely place to offer Vada Pav, Pav Bhaji, Sweet Paan, Bhel Puri, Ragda Pattice, Ice gola (at Juhu Chowpatty) and other street food. Juhu Chowpatty Beach from Marine Drive would be quite a distance – over 26 minutes’ drive, 19 kms.

At a quick review, if you are looking for a complete Mumbai Ride with a car rental, consider these places:

1) Bombay High Court
2) Essel World
3) Gateway Of India
4) Prince of Wales Museum
5) Haji Ali Dargah
6) Elephanta Caves
7) Siddhivinayak Temple
8) JW Marriot
9) India Tower
10) Elephanta Island


These are some of the most attractive tourist hot spots that are located from Churchgate – Virar railway station route. The best advice to have a comfortable tour of Mumbai is to grab a local and get a map (GPS) with at least a week or two to explore. AVIS India car rental services would appreciate to have you onboard for a Mumbai tour.




Monday, 30 November 2015

Visit LOTUS Temple – An Architectural Masterpiece in Delhi



Have you already heard about the Lotus Temple in New Delhi? An unusual worship place for people from all walk of life. What makes it elusive is the way it presents a breathtaking flowerlike architectural beauty to behold. Did you know this place has been a favorite for famous Pt. Ravi Shankar, Sitar Vadan Maestro? Religious Texts depict Lotus Temple – a worship place of Baha’I Faith and is constructed by an Iranian Architect named Fariborz Sahba in the year 1986. Come! Feel the divine glory of beauty and silence altogether at The Lotus Temple with us. Rent a car at avis.co.in