Eat your way around Old Delhi like a local on a 4-hour evening street food tour. Explore the bustling streets on foot and cycle rickshaw, and sample popular local snacks like syrup-soaked jalebis, chole bhature (a traditional Punjabi dish) and more. On route, learn about Old Delhi’s history and food culture, and check out the illuminated Jama Masjid mosque and Asia’s biggest spice market. Your tour includes tastings and drinks equivalent to dinner, so arrive hungry.
Fashion enthusiasts and shopaholics will love this private shopping tour in Delhi with a female consultant. Delhi is a huge city with an enormous variety of shopping options--it would be easy to get lost and confused without insider help. As this is a customizable tour, you can choose to shop for whatever interests you most--clothing, accessories, jewelry, and so on. Visit markets and boutiques, and enjoy sightseeing along the way.
There are few better ways to experience Old and New Delhi than on this incredible food tour that hits major culinary attractions, food stalls that are off the beaten path and provides samples of the city's most famous flavors. Follow your expert guide through back alleys and bustling urban streets, visit several major landmarks and sample the best of culinary Old and New Delhi.
Get set to experience Delhi’s finest food-walk dotted with rich culture and gastronomic delights of 16th century old Mughal city, Shahjahanabad (Old Delhi).As the markets come alive, we will enjoy finest culinary delights from the streets of Old Delhi and hidden food places a traveler can’t find on their own. The food trail will include snacking at 78 years old Snacks shop, sampling mouth-watering traditional Indian sweet (Jalebi), savouring crunchiest chicken & juiciest kebabs and many local delicacies.We will dive into culture by visiting preserved Jain Havelis from 18th century and ponder over the art, architecture and beauty of this chaotic and colourful place & local vibe over a nice cup of Tea.We will then walk towards Jama Masjid (Delhi’s largest mosque) and break for the sit down meal at Karim’s (over 100 years old) savouring Mughlai curries and breads while observing the ever busy Old Delhi streets and awe inspiring beauty of the walled city.
Food and Heritage walk is an experience of a lifetime, Ditching those typical touristic sites here we are exploring it from depth as a local, Enjoying Street food which has been passed on from different generations, visiting almost all the main markets with some local rides. showing you the insight of Old Delhi is the motive which is missing in guide books. Feel like a local with us.
Explore the back lanes and hidden gems of Old Delhi on this culinary and culture tour via cycle rickshaw. With a small group of just 10 people, you'll enjoy personalized attention from your guide as you zip through the labyrinthine lanes, stopping for tastes of traditional Indian street food. Your guide will share commentary on the daily life in Delhi and you'll get to meet some locals and ask questions.
Explore Old Delhi with your camera and appetite on a photography tour that includes stops for some great eats. Visit famous locales like Red Fort, Chandni Chowk, Chawri Bazaar, or the Spice Market, and take breaks to sample delicious dishes from street food vendors recommended by your photographer-guide. Includes entrance fees, food tastings, bottled water, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Get an authentic Indian experience with delicious street food tastings, walks around the old city and a peek into Indian spiritualityExperience Delhi for what it is known - its local Indian street foodEnjoy local foods such as Chaats, Chole Bhatura, Chicken dishes and variety of Indian sweetsExplore the hidden wonders of Old Delhi which many may not be aware of and get an insight into real Delhi lifeLearn about different religions, rich cultures and values and chaos of the majestic city..Our tours are unique because they’re not just about food. While enjoying the tastings is a key part of our tours, our guides also make the effort to stress the importance of each item tasted and how it ties into the history and culture of our country.”
Visit Old Delhi's major culinary attractions with a foodie guide and small group. You'll stroll through the area and take a rickshaw ride, getting off the beaten path to visit food stalls and restaurants you may not find on your own. No risk of getting lost in the network of back streets; simply follow your guide to taste samples at seven different food vendors with included food and beverage tastings.
Delhi is renowned across India for its street food, much of which reflects the capital city's numerous cultural influences. With this walking tour of the city, you'll get the chance to try out some of the most popular local dishes, from Tibetan momos (steamed dumplings) to rich shawarma (wraps filled with meat), not to mention aloo chaat (hash browns served with chutney) and sweet lassis (a yogurt-based shake).
Explore Old Delhi's street bazaars, food carts, landmarks, and take a rickshaw ride on this half-day tour. Learn about the rulers and empires of Delhi's past while visiting historical monuments and getting a taste of modern Indian culture. Food tasting, rickshaw ride, and round-trip transportation from your Delhi hotel included.
Discover the culinary and spiritual traditions of Old Delhi on a 3-hour food and sightseeing tour that features stops for delicious street food. Travel by metro, rickshaw, and on foot with your guide to visit Jama Masjid—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—and a Gurudwara (Sikh Temple). Sample your choice of favorite vegetarian chaat (snacks) like chole bhature, dahi bhalla, aloo chaat, lassi, and meat dishes like chicken tikka or mutton seekh kebab. The tour includes snacks, and a rickshaw ride.
Taste up to 25 tasty food items on this full-day culinary tour through both Old and New Delhi. Discover both modern and traditional sides of the buzzing Indian capital, and visit over a dozen hand-picked eateries to sample local delicacies like paranthas, kulcha, kababs, and more. Tours also include hotel transfers and an optional tea tasting session at no extra cost.
Explore the bustling streets and hidden lanes of Old Delhi during this 4-hour small-group walking tour. Take a ride on a rickshaw, peruse the goods at the Bazaar, visit a Hindu temple, and sample some local delicacies during your excursion. Learn about the history of Delhi and India from your informative guide and enjoy panoramic views of the city at certain stops.
Visit a number of top attractions in New and Old Delhi on a private full-day tour that ends with an evening walking tour in Old Delhi. See UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, and Qutab Minar, then explore Old Delhi on foot in the evening accompanied by your guide. Taste foods made by family-run shops, browse the spice market and street vendors, and get a feel for local life in Delhi. Includes snacks during the walking tour, private transportation and guide, entrance fees, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Taste your way through Old Delhi’s food scene on this private excursion. After meeting your guide at Chandni Chowk metro station, immerse yourself Delhi cuisine and culture with complimentary tastings of pani puris, pakoras, stuffed parathas, paneer masala curry, and other dishes. Tour a Sikh temple with a 24-hour kitchen and learn to make chapattis, explore a spice market, and savor delicious desserts.
On this full-day private tour, you’ll cover the highlights of both Old and New Delhi, spanning hundreds of years of Indian history. See UNESCO-listed landmarks like the Jama Masjid, Red Fort, and Qutub Minar, and navigate Asia’s largest bazaar in sprawling, packed Chandni Chowk market. Tours include comfortable private transfers in an air-conditioned vehicle, plus a rickshaw ride through the Old City.
Swap tourist hotspots for local haunts on this Eat Like a Local tour in Agra. Enjoy the convenience of having hotel pickup, drop-off, and transfers included. You’ll travel between local food spots in a Tuk Tuk with a guide to provide commentary. Conveniently, local snacks and bottled water are included. The tour can be catered to your personal tastes, and you’ll try a mix of dishes such as jalebi (sweet fried batter), Indian burgers, and pani puri (batter with potato and chickpeas).
Get an insider’s introduction to both Old and New Delhi on this unique, eco-friendly tour, which pairs you with a local student to explore the city by metro and rickshaw. See India’s history-packed capital through the eyes of its residents, and tick off top attractions like Connaught Place, India Gate, Chandni Chowk, and the Jama Masjid. Tours include a traditional meal and drink at Haldiram’s.
Get to know the cuisine of Delhi on a food walking tour that allows you to taste at least seven different dishes. Figuring out where to eat in a foreign city can be overwhelming, but a food tour introduces you to the local food scene so you can try various items and learn about where else to go.
Get off the beaten track and discover Delhi’s colorful neighborhoods like a local. On this immersive tour, you’ll explore two religious landmarks— Gurudwara Bangla Sahib and Birla Mandir Temple— by a traditional rickshaw ride. Learn about two important Indian faiths, Hinduism and Sikhism from your guide, and get a chance to sample local delicacies at a nearby market.
It ventures for a memorable journey with the pinch of local essence made possible through knowing the local culture, meeting local people, eating like a local and traveling like a local (TUK-TUK ride/Metro).
On this half-day street food crawl, you’ll discover Delhi’s most delectable delicacies, which have been filling bellies in the capital for centuries. Explore the atmospheric backstreets of Old Delhi, enjoying a mix of snacks, food platters, desserts, and drinks, from butter chicken to pomegranate-flavored kulfi. By the end of the tour, you’ll have sampled a full multi-course meal.
Gain an understanding of authentic Indian food on this evening food walk with a chef guide in Delhi. Your guide will lead you to the traditional, hidden-gem spots that you might not otherwise find on your own, where you'll taste the best cuisine the city has to offer. Listen to in-depth commentary on Indian culinary history and eat your fill of the provided tastings—more than 17 items such as lassi, chaat, nihari, and others.