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New Delhi: India Gate & Gurudwara Cycle Tour
Feel like a local as you trace Delhi's imperial past. Cycle past important landmarks including the Jantar Mantar, India Gate and Agrasen ki Baoli and refuel with a well-deserved breakfast.
- Discover Delhi's hidden gems with an expert local guide
- Marvel at the imperial architecture built by the British
- Participate in the Sikh community kitchen at the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib
- Avoid traffic and chaos to experience India's capital city in a unique way
DescriptionDive into the history and culture of New Delhi and experience its blend of modernity, with a strong influence of the British past. Discover the city in an offbeat way through this bicycle tour, filled with stories and personal anecdotes from your local guide. Join a small group to reap the full benefits of the tour and to safely navigate the streets. Set off in the early morning on your bikes as you watch the city come alive. Listen to the beautifully crafted story of modern Delhi's transformation after the British Raj. Examine the European influence on India's architecture at the spectacular campuses and majestic Lutyens zone. Experience the India Gate early in the morning without the crowds. Cycle past the Presidential Residence (Rasthrapati Bhawan), the largest estate of any head of state in the world. Make a final stop at the Sikh temple, the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, where you can engage with locals over a community meal (langar). Over breakfast, start new friendships and take new stories home with you.
IncludesGuide City bikes and helmet Mineral water and energy drink Breakfast (if option chosen) Pollution mask (optional) Baby seat for infants below 2 years of age, if required
- Beginner level cycling experience required
- Enjoy the cycle tour in the morning or night; the morning tour includes breakfast, whereas night tour includes small bites
- This activity is best suited for children aged 8 years and above
- This route covers approximately 15 km, with frequent stops
- You must remove your shoes in the temples and places of worship
- Gearless bicycles are provided for this activity
- Casual, comfortable clothing recommended