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Old Delhi Private Tour of Chandni Chowk, Tuk Tuk Ride & Food

1. Old Delhi Private Tour of Chandni Chowk, Tuk Tuk Ride & Food

Discover Old Delhi on a guided tour. Explore Chandni Chowk on a tuk-tuk tour, stop at the local markets to try delicious street food, and see the India Gate. Begin your tour with a pickup from your hotel and drive to Old Delhi to visit Jama Masjid, also known as the Masjid-i Jehan-Numa. Visit this massive mosque, built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and dating from the 1600s. Next, hop aboard a tuk-tuk and roam the streets of Chandni Chowk, the heart of Old Delhi. Explore this busy shopping area and enjoy the tantalizing smells wafting out from the markets full of spices, dried fruit, essential oils, and traditional sweets. See silver jewelry and vivid saris for sale. Stop to try local street food with your guide, learning the best stalls for each type of food in the area. After eating, continue to the Red Fort. Decide if you wish to pay to enter or just admire this historic fort from the outside. Finish your Old Delhi tour with a visit to India Gate. This war memorial sits astride the Rajpath, on the eastern edge of the ceremonial axis of New Delhi, formerly called Kingsway. Return to your hotel, driving past Parliament House.

Jaisalmer: 2-Day Thar Desert Experience

2. Jaisalmer: 2-Day Thar Desert Experience

Spend the night in India’s enchanting Thar Desert on this 2-day, private tour from Jaisalmer. Meet your driver directly at your hotel, from where you begin by setting off on an afternoon Jeep tour. Visit landmarks such as the abandoned and centuries-old village of Kuldhara, before continuing to the golden dunes of the Thar Desert. Following a camel ride, enjoy dinner around a fireplace, live music performances, and the chance to sleep under the stars.  Following tea, breakfast, and a camel ride the following morning, your guide returns you to your accommodation.

Delhi: Old and New Delhi Private One Day Tour

3. Delhi: Old and New Delhi Private One Day Tour

Begin your day with a pickup from your delhi hotel at 9 am and make your way to the Red Fort for an outside view then go to the jama masjid, old Delhi’s main mosque. from here, hop on a cycle rickshaw for a tour of the bustling chandni chowk Market. next, explore the kinnari bazaar (wedding market), the textile market, the nai sarak book market, and the khari baoli-spice market. then, board your private vehicle once again to head to the city’s imposing Red Fort, a UNESCO world heritage site, to admire its impressive architecture. continue the route with a visit to the raj ghat, a memorial to Mahatma gandhi. The tour will also stop at Humayun’s tomb and the Qutub minar, both UNESCO World Heritage sites, as well as India gate, the Houses of Parliament, the Lotus Temple, and much more. at the end of the tour, you will dropped back off at your delhi hotel.

Jaipur: History Street Food Tour with Local Guide

4. Jaipur: History Street Food Tour with Local Guide

Starting at the meeting point, your friendly storytelling guide will take you from one point of attraction to another, detailing the history of the city and its food. Enjoy a unique, fun, and memorable walking tour with an infotainment-style ensuring that you will not be bored, irrespective of whether you love history or not. Begin by exploring the rich and royal delicacies of Jaipur where you can witness the local food culture and understand the history of the influences that developed these cuisines. Sample more than 7 mouthwatering and authentic delicacies of the region in small food joints focused on delicious food. Taste an authentic masala chai tea, filled with aromatic spices and herbs, while overlooking the city. Enjoy an amazing experience at local places filled with delicious food tastings. Cherish the food, feast your eyes, and have a fabulous and lasting impression of Jaipur’s yummy food culture.

Old Delhi Street Food Tasting Tour

5. Old Delhi Street Food Tasting Tour

Sample the unique street food of Delhi on an immersive tasting tour with a local guide. Meet a selection of hand-picked street vendors in Old Delhi, all selected for their excellent hygiene and tasty dishes. Try local specialties such as chole bhature (fried bread) from the Punjab and dahi vada (fried flour balls in thick yoghurt). Sample a tasty aloo chat (fried potatoes with spices and chutney) and some delicious parathas (flatbreads). Cool your palate with a lassi and indulge your sweet tooth with some sugar-soaked jalebis, the local equivalent of rice pudding or bread and butter pudding.  Meat eaters can try some tasty fried chicken, while vegetarians will be in heaven in the bustling Matia Mahal neighborhood. Learn about Delhi’s historic walled city as you travel by rickshaw. Soak up the hustle and bustle of everyday life on the narrow streets, discover the largest spice market in Asia, and stop to admire the imposing Jama Masjid.

Delhi: Flavors and Food Stories of New Delhi

6. Delhi: Flavors and Food Stories of New Delhi

Your tour will start with the highly democratized common man’s food (Chaat) and Kebabs at Delhi’s most happening market. From there you will head towards the Momos Trail, Delhi’s recent food love. It will be at this point that you will sit down for a big dinner of North Indian theme. During this dinner you will try Delhi’s best butter chicken and naan bread, followed by a little surprise at the end. Your food experience is not complete without a visit to a "mega kitchen" of Delhi which feeds thousands of people everyday, and you will be free to volunteer a few minutes towards the “art of gratitude” by cooking for others. Your transportation will be taken care of in an air-conditioned car with the company of your guide who also doubles as one of Delhi’s "grub" experts.

Jaipur: Full-Day City Tour with Camel Ride and Monkey Temple

7. Jaipur: Full-Day City Tour with Camel Ride and Monkey Temple

At 8 AM, your driver will pick you from your hotel and take you to Jaipur. Visit the enormous Amber Fort in which every gate, courtyard, and palace has its own historical significance. The protective architecture was built by Man Singh, the Rajput King. Drive to the Jal Mahal (Water Palace) located in the middle of Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur city where the royal family of Jaipur still resides. Enjoy a camel ride in this beautiful place. See the palace's exhibits, including a huge collection of weapons, royal costumes, Mughal miniatures, antiques, and paintings. Afterwards, enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant. Visit the Hawa Mahal, also known as the Air Palace, built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, the Kachwaha ruler of Jaipur. The main attraction of the palace is its 953 small windows decorated with incredible latticework (a crisscross pattern of strips of wood). See the Jantar Mantar, an astronomical observation site built by the mathematician Maharaja Jai Singh II to provide accurate observations about astronomy, time, planets and other celestial bodies. Experience the Monkey Temple, also known as Galtaji Temple, home to a large number of monkeys. This Hindu temple has seven water pools filled with holy water, where followers come to take a bath and wash away their sins. Finish off your tour by browsing famous shops. After shopping, return to your hotel.

Delhi: 3-hour Old Delhi Rickshaw Ride and Guided Tour

8. Delhi: 3-hour Old Delhi Rickshaw Ride and Guided Tour

Embark on an amazing and fun journey to Old Delhi on this 3-hour rickshaw tour. Experience the best of India and its age-old traditions. Your tour will begin with the guide picking you up from your hotel, following which you will take the metro to Old Delhi. After reaching Old Delhi, hop on a rickshaw and soak up the lifestyle and culture of this colorful country, visiting historic markets like the jewelry market of Chandni Chowk. Following that, head towards the grand Jama Masjid (India’s second-largest mosque), built by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan.  Make your way to the most colorful lane in old Delhi, Kinari Bazaar and stop for a quick snack break and sample parantha (stuffed flatbread) at a 150-year-old restaurant. After this delicious break, you'll head to the beautiful Gurudwara (a Sikh temple) where you will learn about the selfless and humanitarian services of the community kitchen. Last but not least, check out the spice market (Asia’s largest) where you can learn about the wonderful world of spices whilst learning about their health benefits.

Old and New Delhi: Full-Day Private Tour with Tuktuk Ride

9. Old and New Delhi: Full-Day Private Tour with Tuktuk Ride

After Pick up from your hotel, head out to Experience contrast between Old and New Delhi Culture - The Capital of Mughals was Agra (City of Taj Mahal) till 17th Century, Do you know why they shifted capital to Delhi? - The Main Market of Old Delhi, CHANDANI CHOWK (Moonlight Square), Do you know what is story behind its name? - Why Old Delhi always a Street Food paradise for locals & visitors ? Listen the stories behind the famous street food CHAT (Savory Snacks) - Visit Asia's Largest Spice Market - Why Delhi is symbolize culture of whole India "UNITY IN DIVERSITY" ? Many Faiths & different religions but living together since generations. Know the different Culture, Faiths & Religions - Do you know one of the largest community Kitchen of World ? Visit Sikh Temple and see how they are managing. - Do you know Graveyard of Royal Mughals ? Visit Humanyu Tomb , Listen the History/stories from Tour Guide & see the evidences of Starting & Ending of Great Mughal Empire in India. A UNESCO world heritage site, Excellent place to check your photography skills - Lunch Break, Enjoy Delicious Food in multicuisine restaurant - Do you know, How many kingdom & Empire ruled over Delhi ? Visit Qutub Minar (Tower) & become a witness of History. A UNESCO world heritage site Tour Finish with Cherish memories, Guide & Chauffeur will drop you at hotel.

Eat Like a Local: Chandni Chowk Street Food and Walking Tour

10. Eat Like a Local: Chandni Chowk Street Food and Walking Tour

What better way to explore a city than its food! Explore India and its culture and tradition in this amazing food and heritage walk of the glorious city of Old Delhi! You tour will start with your guide picking you up from your hotel and taking you on a metro ride.  After reaching Old Delhi, your first stop will be at Gurudwara Sis Ganj, (Sikh Gurudara with an important historic reference) where you can learn about the community kitchen service. Begin your food walk with, some sweet jalebis (deep fried sweet dish made by corn flour and sugar syrup) and samosa (fried triangular bread stuffed with potatoes) from a 100-year-old shop. Walk ahead with your guide to try Raj Kachori (kind of chat filled with fresh yogurt, sweet and sour sauces in a crispy edible bowl.) Once you’re done here, get ready to stuff some gorgeous paranthas (Indian flatbread filled with a variety of stuffing’s like cheese, cashews, chilli, and lemon to name a few!), Kulia ki chaat (different fruit bowls filled with chickpeas and masala) and a very unique fruit sandwich. After this, walk towards the spice market to see the whole world of spices and then fill your belly some more with dishes like rabri-faluda (rice noodles), chole bhatura (chickpeas curry and fried bread) and a chilled glass of Lassi! (Sweetened yogurt) Finish your gastronomic journey with some chilled and mouth-watering kulfi (Indian ice cream with more than 50 flavours) before your guide takes you back to the metro station.

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A very incredible experience, our guide was very kind, he answered all our questions, he took us by subway, then by bicycle taxi through all the streets and by tuck tuck! The food was very good, we asked that it not be too spicy and he did everything possible to make it a unique experience by being able to see and live the day-to-day life of the local people, and his meals were recommended by our guide, sourav. We recommend it 100%

Shikha was incredibly welcoming and knowledgeable. The ride to her home was further from our hotel than we anticipated, but worth every minute in the taxi. We learned a lot about spices, cooking, tempering, and food culture in India, and she sent us home with spices for our own kitchens. Highly recommend.

Very personalized and adventurous. Knowledgeable tour guide and excellent drivers. It is a lot of fun and full of exciting sites to see. Trustworthy company and employees. I would recommend. I am a solo female traveler and I felt safe and never had any problems. My tour guide was a gem.

It was a wonderful opportunity to get to know Old Delhi. We had a very competent guide and a lot of experiences, especially at the spice market and with Indian street food. The rickshaw tour was very adventurous, but also exciting and fun. Conclusion: highly recommended!

Yash was very happy to make us try the traditional food and we did have fun going around the town in his company. Recommand the tour in a heartbeat.