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We got see the Old Muslim area of "Old Delhi" in a rickshaw. It was a good way to see the area & also got to see alot of the area in a short time.Its a busy place & full of interesting sights & smells.
We were really lucky to find Akbar, he guided us in Old Delhi and we saw so many interesting things, he was really nice and charming with us, we really recommend him to any visitor who wants to see Old Delhi
Akbar is a very complete guide, he is a good person, a wonderful "indian helicopter" rider and manage a very good english.If you are lucky yo find him, you will have a safe and funny tour around chandi chowk (Delhi centre) and all the principal...More
We happened upon Akbar as we were deciding on which rickshaw to take from the Fort. He was very personable and showed us his TripAdvisor rating so that we felt comfortable. He took us to the oldest Jain Temple off a side street that we...More
This is not to be missed! It was, hands down, the most thrilling thing I did during my trip to India. My husband who is totally fearless still playfully refers to this experience as “the scariest thing in the world.” After we visited Jama Masjid...More
Do this! It’s a great little trip through the Old Delhi streets-with a bevy of excitement for your senses- the sights, the sounds, the aroma. It’s total chaos gone awry! It’s what you came to India (Delhi) to see. Be sure to tip your driver-...More
After visiting the Jama Masjid our tour guide asked if we would like this experience ( yes I guess there's a Good Drink in it for him )
He did the talking and we climbed into a Peddle Rick Shaw but before we set off...More
We were so fortunate that friends of ours have known Akbar for years and recommended we take a tour with him. Our family of five spent two hours with Akbar and Aslam cycling around Old Delhi taking in the spice market, temples and experiencing all...More
This densely populated neighbourhood of Old Delhi is more than three centuries old and is a prized treasure trove, home to diverse Indian communities is most popular for its heritage havelis, old bazaars and places of worship. Explore the everyday life of the
locals as you walk into the spice, jewellery, dry fruits, wedding markets and build up an appetite for the Indian street food, including stuffed parathas & jalebis and Mughlai food at Karims. Head to the magnificient Jama Masjid for stunning views of Delhi 6, with the iconic symbol of India in the backdrop – Red Fort. The diversity of Old Delhi demands an entire day to truly enjoy all the treasures hidden in this culturally rich part of the city.
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Guides are very good. There are plenty of them so they compete at being the best. Your hotel can book one for you. At the end of your tour, they usually take you to factory, warehouse, or premises where Indian goods are made... More
Guides are very good. There are plenty of them so they compete at being the best. Your hotel can book one for you. At the end of your tour, they usually take you to factory, warehouse, or premises where Indian goods are made and sold. The goods are beautiful, but the prices are high.
All our guides were included in the 5* deal which we had.
Good idea to have your own guide to get you to where the rickshaws are. We had his phone number and agreed when and where to get him. No need to book online or something as there are many of them waiting for some business... More
Good idea to have your own guide to get you to where the rickshaws are. We had his phone number and agreed when and where to get him. No need to book online or something as there are many of them waiting for some business. 200 rupees per hour minimum is okay.