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Shop like a local, not a visitor, on a private, customized 6-hour shopping tour of Delhi. Select three or four markets and enjoy a flexible itinerary, shopping and strolling at each at your own pace. Dive into legendary Chandni Chowk for jewelry, electronics, and one-of-a-kind clothing. Choose to visit everything from Delhi's budget-friendly bazaars to malls to handicraft villages. Private transport, hotel pickup and drop-off, and carbon offset included, and you'll also have the opportunity to sample food at the markets.

Highlights

  • Private 6-hour Delhi markets shopping tour
  • Enjoy a flexible itinerary and visit three or four markets of your choice
  • Shop independently at markets such as Chandni Chowk or Dilli Hat
  • Browse arty Hauz Khas, Paharganj's bargain stalls, or the modern malls at Gurgaon
  • Private transportation and hotel pickup and drop-off from Delhi and Gurgaon included
  • Carbon offset included
  • Private tour for six or fewer, with personalized commentary from a private guide

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

Your guide is committed to minimizing our carbon footprint. For every tour, they pay a fee out of pocket to offset the carbon emissions created by the transportation used on this tour. Those funds go to organizations working toward a greener future.

What You Can Expect

Private Custom Shopping Tour: Delhi's Bustling Markets

Delhi Shopping Mall

After hotel pickup in Delhi or Gurgaon, travel by air-conditioned vehicle to three or four Delhi markets of your choosing. At each one, enjoy time to shop independently before rejoining your guide and continuing to the next. Your itinerary is flexible, so you set the pace and time at each market.

Perhaps start at Chandni Chowk in central Old Delhi. Explore the labyrinthine lanes of this famous market, weaving through the crowds and rickshaws for jewelry, electronics, fabrics, and Indian snacks.

If you're souvenir hunting, perhaps make tracks for Dilli Haat, a government-authorized market selling traditional Indian arts and handicrafts; or visit Hauz Khas Village, an arty hub of boutiques, cafés, and galleries.

Alternatively, head for Khan Market, a mix of top brands, bookshops, and Indian and international restaurants. There's also Paharganj, a touristy hot spot of budget-friendly clothes, trinket shops, and tailors’ cubbyholes that handcraft Indian clothes to order.

Perhaps finish at Sarojini Nagar for bargain clothes and factory outlets, or decide to hit the modern malls of Saket and Gurgaon. These busy centers offer department stores, food courts, and masses of electronic and homeware outlets, and are ideal for some relaxed retail therapy.

Finish your day of shopping with transport back to your hotel.

Customer Reviews

Tracy United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Great to have a guide to go through markets with and explain things about the markets. They will ask what you want to buy and bring you to those markets/specific places or just wander through to look at everything.

Shana G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

Deals, deals, and more deals! My husband and I did quite a bit of shopping in the area of India and I must say that our tour guide was extremely helpful in assisting us with the best deals/identifying quality for the products that we bought. The nice thing about this tour is that our tour guide was extremely flexible in regards to how long we wanted to stay at each market, when we wanted to eat, and order of the schedule. I do not think we could have navigated the markets without her and I know we made the right decision by purchasing this tour. In fact, if we visit India a second time we were so pleased with the service we would purchase this same tour again!

Verlon L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

Delphi airport service, Sanjay Gupta and our shopping guide Vandy were exceptional!! An amazing day in Delhi!

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