Excellent driver, showed us everything around Rishikesh. We had a great time in Shivpuri. The cab was neat and clean. 5 stars for everything. Booking for 2 more trips right now.
The Wiwigo team was quick to understand our needs and very welcoming. They arranged to pick us up early in the morning and showed us around the city. The overall experience was great. Will definitely use them again on my next trip to India.
Great service and driver. Same cab arrived as seen in the picture. Very pleased- will use again.
Very professional and transparent in their dealings- cab was immaculate and driver was great. I had a great trip to Agra. Next year, I would use Wiwigo again when I come back again. This time I would like to visit Jaipur.
We had a very busy schedule and wanted to see around Delhi. Wiwigo team was prompt in arranging cab for us. We had a great time visiting different places and capturing the memories in our cameras. Highly recommended.
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For the frequent commuters of Mumbai, who use the famous local trains to travel, Kalyan is just another station in their mundane daily commute. But for the history buffs out there, Kalyan is indeed an interesting visit. Though considered a part of Mumbai metropolitan city, the city of 'Kalyan', a Marathi word for 'welfare', is located in the Thane district of Maharashtra and is the 7th largest of the state. Before the rise of the port of Bombay, Kalyan was a major port city in Maharashtra. The port was frequently used by European travelers and missionaries as it was well connected with the mainland. Kalyan also experienced many sieges throughout its long history and was ruled by the Mughals, the Portuguese, the British and the Marathas. It was also a stronghold of the Marathas and it was also the place where the Maratha king Shivaji resided. Though the city seems to have lost its charm due to population surge and rapid industrialization, the city's historical significance is still intact. The city once surrounded by a 2000 yard stone wall which was guarded by multiple towers and gates. The building of the fort wall was started during the reign of Shah Jahan and was completed by Aurangzeb in 1694. Later, under the rule of the Marathas, a new gate was added and the fort was further fortified. Of the 18 Birla Mandir's in the country, there is one in Ulhasnagar which is in proximity with Kalyan. This beautiful temple, like all other Birla temples, mesmerizes its visitors and devotees. Being an important railway junction and with rapid urbanization and major developmental projects coming up, Kalyan is set to become an industrial and business stronghold as it was in its yesteryears.
Bilaspur is a beautiful city located in Chhattisgarh. The second largest city in Chhattisgarh, Bilaspur is the administrative headquarters of the district of Bilaspur. Known for its aromatic rice Doobraj, embroidered colorful Kosa sari silk and diverse colorful culture unique, Bilaspur is really a beautiful city to visit. The district of Bilaspur has an important contribution to designate this state as "Dhaan ka Katoora". There are a number of attractions in Bilaspur that attracts tourist from all over the world. Each festival is celebrated in Bilaspur and the colorful rout dance is really special Ratanpur, Talaga, Khuntaghat, Marlow and Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary are some of the attractions of Bilaspur that attract tourists from all over the world. There are a number of festivals in Bilaspur that are celebrated with great zeal and fervor. Navratri is the special festival that is enjoyed by most of the tourists who used to visit here during this period. The city is well connected with the different mode of transport. Located at a distance of 10 km from the destination, the airport of Bilaspur has flights for several itineraries. Directly from the airport you can take buses as well as taxi for more travel. The Bilaspur train station is the nearest railroad head that has regular trains for various destinations such as Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, Pune, Nagpur, Bhopal, Patna, Raipur and Jabalpur. There is even the state owned as well as the private bus operators who provide the luxurious range of services to customers. Various attractions in Bilaspur are: Med ji, Kandrour Bridge, Shitla Mandir Jangla (Gehrwin), Didneswari Temple, Vyas Gufa, Shivalaya Bachhretu, Nahar Singh Dhaulra, Deorani-Jethani shrine, Thakurdwara de Auhar, Naras Devi, Pataleshwar, Temple of Hari Devi, Fort de Kotkahlur, Andrea Devi, Fort de Bahadurpur, Fort de Sariun, Guru ka Lahore, Thakurdwara de Hani, Deoli Fish Farm, Mandir Jalapa mai Sangirathi, Fort de Tiun, Kol Dam, Fort de Bacchretu, Laplace Narayan Mandir etc. The best time to go Bilaspur is Oct-Mar.
A preferred but dry mode of travel, train journey kills the fun of stopping by at intervals and viewing the attractions that the route from Kalyan to Bilaspur has to offer. Prior bookings and ticket confirmation worries can make travelling a burden. So book Kalyan to Bilaspur cab from Wiwigo.com the day you want to take your journey and forget about confirmations and restrictions!
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