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Old Delhi Bazaar Walk & Haveli Visit Tour1 Reviews
Navigate narrow streets, climb rooftops for panoramic views, chat with locals as they complete their morning shopping and completely immerse yourself in the vibrant Old Delhi.
- Relive the charming bygone era of Old Delhi through its markets, temples and buildings
- Sample delicious snacks and beverages at secret spots known only to locals
- Capture panoramic photos from rooftops and wander around special markets
- Hop onto a fun tuktuk ride through narrow streets
- Visit a traditional mansion in Old Delhi for authentic home-cooked meal
DescriptionDive head first into an immersive cultural experience with this Old Delhi walking tour. Visit the different bazaars in the early morning, guided by enthusiastic locals truly passionate about their community. End the tour with a welcoming meal at a traditional mansion where families have lived for generations. Follow your guide as they wander through the maze of Old Delhi, weaving stories of history and social fabric into the narrative of personal anecdotes. This tour takes you to places not listed in any tourist book. Start off with a delicious breakfast and masala chai before heading to a local temple and learning about Hindu deities. Absorb the distinctive sights, sounds and smells that make Old Delhi a unique place in India’s capital. Stop for a friendly chat with the locals and take in the views of Asia’s largest wholesale spice market. With plenty of photo opportunities, this tour is a great way to capture memories of India. Visit a traditional mansion where generations have lived, lovingly restored by its current inhabitants. Sit down for a traditional meal, lovingly home-cooked as you learn the history of this home and observe the charming artifacts collected by its owner. Come away with a fresh perspective on Delhi and new friends in the city.
IncludesLocal breakfast and tea Cycle rickshaw and pedicab ride Home-cooked vegetarian meal at a traditional mansion English-speaking guide Online photo album shared after tour
- This tour is not recommended for people with limited mobility
- You must remove your shoes in the temples and places of worship