Explore the real Delhi by bicycle, auto-rickshaw, metro, and on foot. Enjoy key highlights of Colonial Delhi followed by Old Delhi bustle as we manoeuvre the busy lanes of the Chandni Chowk markets to Jama Mosque. This afternoon, continue to the Gandhi ashram Museum, and then take a walk in "Little Tibet" settlements of Majnu ka Tila.
ACTIVITY: Discover the city of Delhi on this multi-transport exploration including bicycle, metro, auto-rickshaw and on foot. Start the day cycling through colonial Delhi viewing Talkatora Stadium, the President's Palace, and the Dandi March Statue of Gandhi leading his fellow people. Continue towards the war memorial arch known as India Gate. Ride up Janpath Road to Connaught Place and climb down into the caverns of the famous Agrasen ki Baoli (stepwell) which reflects the age-old Indian water harvesting techniques from the indigenous civilization. Hop on the Metro to Old Delhi and wander through the narrow lanes of the Chandni Chowk markets to Jama Mosque, designed by the same architect of the Taj Mahal. Admire India's largest mosque, its golden spires, and mesmerizing reflecting pool. Next jump on a local cycle rickshaw and enjoy the exciting ride to Khari Baoli spice market and learn about the spices and their use in Indian cuisine.
TRANSPORT: A two-wheeled steed is all you need.
TRANSPORT: Get around underground via public transit.
TRANSPORT: Scoot quickly around the big cities inside a three-wheeled mini-taxi.
TRANSPORT: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
ACTIVITY: Visit the National Gandhi Museum which is an important resource centre for study and a perfect place to learn more about this fascinating man. Learn about his nonviolent resistance and successful campaign for India's independence from the British. The centre features a collection of original relics, journals photographs, gallery's, art, and other memorabilia connected with Mahatma Gandhi.
ACTIVITY: Visit Majnu Ka Tila or "LIttle Tibet" in North Delhi. Walk this vibrant neighbourhood and learn about it's fascinating history and culture of the Tibetans who took refuge here.