Getting there


Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) is the primary international airport of the Delhi NCR, (Delhi National Region) and the busiest airport in India. It is connected with all the major cities of the world. Terminal 3 is the terminal for all international flights and many domestic flights. Some of the low cost domestic flights operate out of Terminal 2.

There are buses and taxis available at the airport. It is recommended to take the prepaid Taxis from the counter at the airport. Most places in the centre should cost Rs. 600 at the most. However there are night charges, for those who arrive late at night.

(The Radio Cabs cost Rs. 20 per km at this time plus taxes.)

We will be taking bookings for taxis which you can book on your own or can be shared with other participants through CHIME our travel partner. There will be a representative from CHIME to assist participants on 2-3 days based on the booking information we receive. They will also assist you to the Meru Taxi service at the airport if you should so desire.  Further information.


For those arriving by train, New Delhi station is connected to the metro on the Yellow Line. On this line, Rajiv Chowk and Central Secretariat are stations where you can change to other lines. Jorbagh, the nearest station for IIC is on the Yellow Line.