Haridwar to Delhi by Road – Distance, Time and Useful Travel Information

Delhi, India’s political and administrative capital and the City of Cities, is also home to numerous notable landmarks and delectable cuisines. From the sophisticated amenities of New Delhi to the history-laden Old Delhi to the political heart of Central Delhi, tourists and visitors are spoiled for choice.

Table of Contents

  1. Why travel from Haridwar to Delhi?
  2. Traveling from Haridwar to Delhi by road
  3. Best time to take a road trip by car
  4. How to Reach Delhi By Train
  5. How to Reach Delhi By Flight
  6. Attractions in Delhi for Sightseeing
  7. Savaari recommends – Popular places to eat in Delhi
  8. Hotels and resorts – Accommodation in Delhi

With our customizable trip plans and itineraries, you can do more than just a regular road trip from Haridwar to Delhi, and enjoy a comfortable ride, while making your journey interesting at the same time with our Delhi cabs .

Why travel from Haridwar to Delhi?

Have you ever embarked on a road trip from Haridwar to Delhi? If not, we will give you plenty of reasons to do so. If yes, then this guide may help you with a wholesome experience the next time you plan a trip.

Delhi is vibrant and has much to offer including temples, monuments, museums, pubs and great nightlife. You can make your Delhi experience more interesting when you drive from Haridwar in a Savaari cab. With our customizable trip plans and itineraries, you can do more than just a regular road trip, and enjoy a comfortable ride, while making your journey interesting at the same time.

Haridwar to Delhi

Traveling from Haridwar to Delhi by road

Traveling from Haridwar to Delhi by road is certainly one of the best ways of exploring the two most vibrant cities. The route passes through the sleepy little towns of Uttar Pradesh and gradually moves into the Himalayan plains, and finally the hilly locales of Uttarakhand.

With our Haridwar to Delhi trip packages, you can make the journey to a divine destination equally divine. Let us help you discover the best routes so you can plan a wholesome road trip and make pit stops at the right places.

Thus, experience the joy of being on the road by booking a Haridwar to Delhi cab from Savaari.

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Best time to take a road trip from Haridwar to Delhi by car

November to March is the best time to visit Delhi from Haridwar by car. The weather is pleasant around this time of the year. Avoid travelling in summers because Delhi tends to get extremely hot from April to September. Let us help you discover some routes which can take you to Delhi from Haridwar and back, and also help you discover popular places along the way.

Route 1: Haridwar to Delhi via Upper Ganga Canal Road & NH 334

Haridwar to Delhi distance Via NH 334

This is the only highway route from Haridwar to Delhi. As a result, it is used by all travelers and pilgrims. Via this route, the Haridwar to Delhi distance is only 236 KM and takes about five to six hours, depending upon factors such as the season, traffic, and roadwork, if any.

Typically, the traffic is light on this route. However, for the most accurate assessment, always check for live traffic updates and use real-time maps to know about the road conditions.  

Here’s a basic Haridwar to Delhi road map for this route:

Haridwar — Roorkee — Muzaffarnagar — Khautauli — Sardhana — Modinagar — Muradnagar– Delhi
Haridwar to Delhi route
  • Solani Aqueduct and Reservoir, Roorkee: The quiet but scenic town of Roorkee gives you the preview to the Himalayan plains. If you are looking for a refreshing respite on your journey, then make a detour from the town towards the huge reservoir, a popular picnic spot, known for its view.
  • Ganeshdham, Muzaffarnagar: On your way to Muzaffarnagar, stop by Ganeshdham. This temple is known for enshrining the largest idol of Lord Ganesha. Even if you are not religiously inclined, the awe-inspiring statue also makes for a thing of beauty to admire on your trip.
  • Ashtapad Jain Temple, Meerut: The historical town of Meerut is otherwise known for many monuments and significant places that make for an important part of Indian history and mythology. But the most iconic thing to see here is the ancient Ashtapad Jain Temple.
  • Chhota Haridwar, Muradnagar: Before you reach your ultimate divine destination, you can also stop at Muradnagar and visit the temples of Chhota Haridwar in Muradnagar: The town is also famous for farm retreats for those who wish to spend a day amidst nature and enjoy the fresh environment. 
Ashtapad Jain Temple
Ashtapad Jain Temple

Places to eat on this route:

  • Cheetal Grand, Muzaffarnagar: This famous highway-side restaurant with huge indoor seating and garden, serves Indian meals, thalis, confections, and a lot more. 
  • Jain Shikanji, Meerut: This is a locally famous store serving Indian-style, masala lemonade. This place is quite famous among summer travelers.
  • Bikanerwala, Modinagar: A popular confection chain of North India. This particular outlet on NH 334 is one of the largest in the region and also offers endless options for breakfast, snacks, and sweets.

Other means of traveling from Haridwar to Delhi

How to Reach Delhi By Train

You can also travel from Haridwar to Delhi by train. There are about 20 trains that run between these two cities weekly, of which 11 trains are available daily.

The fastest train is the HARIDWAR EXPRESS (22917). Another preferable train is the Shatabdi express. The Haridwar to Delhi train Shatabdi ticket prices ranges from Rs 550 to Rs 1300 depending on your preference of seats. For Haridwar to Delhi train booking, you can visit the Indian Railways website or check any online travel portal to get the best deals.

It usually takes four to eight hours by train, depending upon factors such as the train you choose, season of travel etc. For the most updated Haridwar to Delhi timetable and fare, always check the latest timetables of IRCTC, before booking.

How to Reach Delhi By Flight

There are no direct flights from Haridwar to Delhi. The nearest airport is Jolly Grant, at Dehradun (DED), which is around 41 KM from Haridwar.

The average Haridwar/Dehradun flight duration can range from 45 min to 1.5 hours, depending on the airline you choose. For your Haridwar to Delhi flight booking, visit any online travel portal for the best deals or check the official website of the airline you prefer.

If you choose to travel by flight, the cost of air ticket may range from INR 2500 to 4000, depending upon factors such as the travel season, booking window, and available deals. 

Explore Delhi Like a Local: A Handy Guide

Delhi is a city offering glimpses of its culturally rich past as well as the thriving present. It is also a city where you can see an impeccable blend of traditional and modern. It is home to three World Heritage Monuments – Qutub Minar, Red Fort, and Humayun’s Tomb. From malls to restaurants, temples to mosques, international brand outlets to local haats (markets), Delhi has surely something to offer to every kind of traveler. There are endless possibilities for long vacations or quick weekend getaways from Delhi, every few hundred miles. Check out the best road trips you can embark on for a quick weekend getaway from Delhi.

  1. Take some time out to explore the busy lanes of Chandni Chowk. Sample the street food here. It is one of the best in India. This place is also known among shoppers of all kinds.
  2. Visit the historical monuments here. They are the face of Delhi. The Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar and Purana Qila take you back in time. 
  3. Other equally interesting places you must include in your itinerary are Rashtrapati Bhawan on Raisina Hill, the Rajpath, and the India Gate. The best time to visit these monuments is in the evening when the buildings are lit up beautifully. 
  4. Savour the peace and serenity at Bangla Sahib and Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib. 
  5. Try the umpteen number of cafes and restaurants at Hauz Khas Village. 
  6. Shop till you drop at Khan Market. It is a shopper’s paradise. 
  7. Popularly known as CP among locals, Rajiv Chowk is another place famous for good food and shopping.
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Delhi is known for its finger-licking snacks. From kachoris, Kheer, meat gravy to nihari and Aloo Tikki – Delhi is also the capital of street food. You will get the best of North Indian cuisine on the streets of Delhi. Whether it’s the delicious Chole Bhature or the satiating Rabdi-Jalebi, Delhi is no less than heaven for foodies.

To sample the best of classic and contemporary, Indian and international flavors, explore these places in Delhi.

  • For the best Chole Bhature – Chache di Hatti (Kamla Nagar), Sitaram Diwan Chand Paharganj), Kakke di Hatti (Chandni Chowk)
  • Best chaat – Atul Chaat (Rajouri Garden), Natraj Dahi Bhalle Wala (Chandni Chowk), Bishan Swaroop Chat Corner (Chandni Chowk), Ashok Chaat Bhandar (Chawri Bazaar), Daulat ki Chaat (Chandni Chowk), 
  • Sweets – Juneja (Amar Colony), Chaina Ram Sindhi Confectioners (Chandni Chowk), Bengali Sweet House (Mandi House)
  • Kulfi – Roshan di Kulfi (Karol Bagh), Kakke di Hatti (Chandni Chowk), Kuremal (Chawri Bazaar), Siya Ram Nannumal (Ajmeri Gate), Ravi Raj di Kulfi (Karol Bagh),  Jain Kulfi Bhandar (Shahdara) 
  • Aloo Puri – Shyam Sweets, Gopal foods, Gujarat Bhawan restaurants, Bille di Hatti, Chaina Ram Sindhi confectioners.

Hotels and Resorts in Delhi

The Polo Retreat
SkyWaltz
Asagarpur Jagir, Sector 127, Noida, 201313
The Roseate National Highway 8, D Block, Samalka, New
Delhi, Delhi 110037
Blue Sapphire Motel
& Resort
G.T Karnal Road, Alipur, opposite Shani Mandir,
Delhi, 110036
Petite Homestays 4A, Flag Staff Marg, Civil Lines, New Delhi,
Delhi 110054
Royal Arches resort Bakhtawarpur Rd, Bakhtawar Pur Village, Delhi

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