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early morning adventure tour to watch the city wake up. We start
@ 5 am catching the
first tram of the day, tasting
clay cups ,visiting
un-touristy spots just
like a local and try to find the
origin of God at
Kumartuli, all before the city gets busy.
Experience the pulse of Kolkata through your taste buds with this culinary street food tour. Your guide will take you back through a maze of alleyways, where you'll discover some of the city's most delicious spots to eat. You'll learn about local food and get the chance to try plenty of popular items yourself while you discover this off-the-beaten-path side of the Bengali city.
Hello Calcutta! introduces you to local lives, culture and heritage of Kolkata (Calcutta) "the city of joy). During the 4 hours of Cultural Walk tour, you will walk past the colonial buildings made during the British reign, visit the iconic Howrah Bridge, and take a ferry ride in Ganges and much more...
Walk with us to visit the oldest market, was established for British residents in Kolkata. Experience the early morning chaos of locals Market.
Explore Vegetable, Fruits & Spice Market.
Visit India’s Largest Flower Market and walk on the world’s busiest iconic bridge “Howrah Bridge”.
Explore Kumartuli (potter’s town/colony), interact with local artiste and see them handcrafting clay idols.
Breakfast at a local restaurant.
Friendlier than India’s other metropolises, this is a city you ‘feel’ more than simply visit. Let's Walk, Explore & Experience Kolkata like a local folk.
Kolkata - the Cultural Capital of India is a heaven for foodies and especially for people with a sweet tooth. Bengali sweets are famous and certainly needs no introduction, however; the spicy, tangy and absolutely mouth-watering dishes that Kolkata has to offer will leave you undecided on whether you like the spicy Bengali cuisine more or the melting flavors of the sweetmeats.
Experiencing the local cuisine is one of the best ways to explore Kolkata. You will be introduced to the best part of Kolkata's culture with Taste of Calcutta - Kolkata’s Culture & Food Walk Tour. Let's Walk, Eat & Explore the "City of joy".
Experience Kolkata like a local.
Enjoy a tram ride during the tour.
Enjoy the best local hygienic food.
Suitable for non-Indian stomach.
Explore Local Market by night.
First-time visitors to Kolkata who want a fun overview of the city will enjoy this half-day guided tour. You'll visit must-see highlights including Mother Theresa's House, Howrah Bridge, the colorful flower market, and more. Travel in comfort between places in an air-conditioned vehicle, and save yourself time and effort by touring with an English-speaking guide.
Take a chilled-out evening cruise along the Hooghly River at sunset and enjoy seeing the city of Kolkata from a different angle. This ticket saves you the time and hassle of lining up to buy a ferry ticket. Kolkata is a big, busy city; leave all that behind as you cruise down the river, spotting the silhouettes of temples and grand colonial-era buildings along its banks. Receive a welcome drink and evening snacks, too.
Kolkata has a great culinary culture not found elsewhere in India and on this private food tour, you'll get to sample some of its tastiest offerings. Along with a guide, you'll get the chance to sample everything from spicy chai tea to jumbo prawns, as well as curried fish mousse steamed in banana leaves, onion bhajis (fritters), and the traditional sweets for which Kolkata is known across India.
Calcutta is truly a melting pot of cultures and communities… truly a kaleidoscope of various shades, flavors and sights that make Calcutta what it is today! This tour will help you understand a little bit of India and how so many religions and faith form the very fabric which is India. Find out amongst others about the Chinese who made Calcutta their home and gave Calcutta its amazing Chinese food. Find out the oldest surviving Christian tomb in the city, walk into synagogues which have stood for centuries within whose walls time still stands still. Taste local food and witness life as it unfolds right in front of you. Discover amazing facts about the Parsis and find hidden gems in the middle of nowhere. So many cultures and so many communities co-existing side by side, reminds one of the famous 1982 number one by Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder – Ebony and Ivory.
Minimum 2 pax required if there are no scheduled tour for the day you are looking to book the tour on. Please message.
Kolkata is filled with buildings that reflect its time as the British Raj’s capital during the 18th and 19th centuries. On this walking tour, view the sights as you retrace the history of the British in the city. See the Governor’s House, Victoria Memorial, and more; and hear stories about the Raj and India’s independence struggle you might miss otherwise. If you wish, upgrade to include hotel pickup and drop-off.
Watch the city come to life during this early morning walking tour of Kolkata bazaars. This populous city is known as one of India's educational and commercial capitals that once existed under British East India rule. Follow your local guide through the eclectic stalls of open-air markets, interact with sellers and learn about daily life on this incredible, interactive tour. You'll make stops at Burra bazaar and College Street, where you'll have the opportunity to see (and purchase!) fabrics, handicrafts, souvenirs, books and other unique items.
Calcutta Contrast Tour
Based on Satyajit Ray's Masterpiece "The Middleman", the Calcutta Contrast tour tries to bring forth the contrast in the life of local city dwellers.Come feel and experience the Difference between Finance and Romance. We start off by visiting a native Bengali Area at college street ,browsing through alleys of books and old book stalls, A coffee break at the famous coffee house, initiation to becoming a Bengali and finding peace amidst the chaos at a hidden space.The whole sale markets are a place where a non Bengali culture has been in place for decades,a city within the heart of the city which is not native. A walk through India's largest wholesale bazaars and diving deep into the maze of wholesale markets that constitute the heart of Calcutta is experienced through local food and people.To finish off the tour we end up on a secret roof top with a panoramic view of old Calcutta sipping on beer/tea/lassi and basking in the Sunset.
Start your journey with a hotel pick-up and then visit a flower market. After the flower market visit, enjoy tea by the bank of the river at the Prinsep Ghat. Then, continue to Victoria Memorial and St. Paul Cathedral Church.
Its a Half Day City tour of Kolkata with flexible pickup location with in city center kolkata.
It will be a guided city tour covering most of the major attractions of Kolkata.
visit Mother Teresa house and Victoria memorial makes it so special.
there will be comfortable AC throughout the tour.
• Tour starts at 4:00 pm
• Meet your guide at the pickup point
• Explore Park street and its eateries
• Stroll around Park Street Lane to taste famous foods such as Kolkata Kathi
Rolls, Kachori, Momos, etc
• Enjoy the famous Puchka
• Relax with piping hot masala chai
• Enjoy the delicious and famous Kolkata Rasgulla
• Tour ends by 8 pm
Delve into the rich culture of Kolkata, India s intellectual, literary and artistic hub, on this life-affirming 4-hour tour. With your in-the-know guide, explore the city s charming yet chaotic streets and cultural landmarks by foot and air-conditioned vehicle. Absorb the vivid colors and aromas of the flower market; see the mosaic-covered Jewel Box Temple, watch potters shaping clay gods, and more. As you explore, build a picture of how the city became known for its fierce intellectualism, and gain fascinating insight into its peoples’ insatiable creativity and zest for life.
• 4-hour Kolkata culture tour by foot and air-conditioned transport, with a local guide
• Discover first-hand why Kolkata is known as India s intellectual and cultural capital
• Enjoy the colors, scents and sounds of the bustling flower market
This tour gives you a chance to experience the lives of the people who live by the river and one of the best places to photograph the bridge. Not only does it give one wonderful photo-ops but also sets one going on the quest to know more about the lives of these people. Once one has soaked in a bit of the enigma of this life by the river one is ready to face the hustle and bustle of a very busy but vibrant wholesale and retail flower market. This market does brisk business local seasonal flowers and fancy imported ones too!
Tick this one if you want to visit and photograph one of the most photogenic places of Calcutta.
Walking is the best way to feel the texture of a city. Our tour expert will hop you through the 'White town'- colonial city that was developed by the East India Company. Explore the small streets and bylanes, while admiring the oldest High Court in India the 'Calcutta High Court'.
On this half-day heritage tour, you’ll get an in-depth introduction to Kolkata’s rich colonial history. Learn how the one-time British outpost became the capital of a diverse, sprawling empire as you explore the city by foot and air-conditioned minivan. See top architectural landmarks, from Kolkata’s only Scottish church to the former headquarters of the British East India Company.
Walk through the Park Street Lane and enjoy the famous rolls & momo’s of Kolkata. Later take a Yellow Ambassador taxi to Prinsep Ghat.Enjoy the famous Indian Masala Chai while you relax on the river banks. Later enjoy the famous Paav Bhaji & Paani Puri.
Relive British legacy- Trace back our steps to the colonial era and visit some prominent landmarks that defined Kolkata’s history.
Learn about Job Charnock the founder of British Kolkata who bought the villages of Sutanuti, Gobindapur and Kalikata from Bengal subedar Azim Usman in 1690 and over time Kokata became the capital of East India Company.
A cultural evangelist will take you back a few centuries to narrate the tale of Kolkata under the East India Company & the British Empire.
Enjoy a day in Kolkata on this 5-hour tour, including round-trip transport from your Kolkata accommodation. Start at the B. B. D. Bagh (formerly known as Dalhousie Square), and see St. Paul’s Cathedral, the marble Victoria Memorial, and South Park Street Cemetery. Your guide dives into the colonial history of Kolkata as you gain a better understanding for why the city is the way it is today.
Trace Kolkata’s rich history and what made it a point of convergence for different religions and faith to settle in. Explore the city’s rich history and architecture in a whole new light with this Church walk which will take you some of the most beautiful sites there are!
On this half-day tour in Kolkata, discover the beautiful Kantha embroidery of the state of West Bengal. Visit the campus of Self Help Enterprise (SHE), a non-profit organisation that was created 25 years ago to preserve and promote this traditional craft of India. Today the organization provides women with training and support to produce exquisite Kantha pieces that are sold worldwide.
• Visit to Self Help Enterprise (SHE)
• Watch women engaged in Kantha embroidery
• Exquisite pieces of Kantha, or stitch painting