Other Walks

Walk from South to North

Jaipur (old city heritage walks)

If you wish to explore the attractive Pink City of Jaipur beyond its customarily Tourist sites, This tour is perfect option for you! Take a leisurely through the old city of jaipur with us and experience the old ways and old customs and traditions of Rajasthan which still continue in the present days. This walking tour has been specially designed to acquaint people with old jaipur. In this tour we walk through the busy streets of old markets which are full of buyers and sellers who are selling colourful costumes, flowers, spices and jewellery.

Our walking tour through the bazaars of Jaipur will help you to explore the city of Jaipur, its culture and tradition and talk with the local people, visiting some sweets shop and also try some of the delicious dishes like Samosa Kachori, Kulfi, delicious sweets and also try Lass. You may also view local artisans Bangle makers, Rickshaw Drivers, Silversmiths doing their routine work; talk with the local people of jaipur to know about their lifestyle.

  • Explore the geometrically precise architecture of the city and the significance of its entry gates.

  • Leave the main lanes and enter the gullies of Jaipur’s famous Quadrants – Modikhana.

  • Visit a street inhabited by a community of metal beaters called as Thatheras.

  • Witness a one of its kind temple.

  • Witness a community well.

  • Observe the art of Bangle baking through sealing wax.

  • Visit of Ayurveda Hospital specializing in spine treatment

  • Visit of an ancient temple under a 300 year old tamarind tree

  • Jaipur Heritage Walk MAP

  • One bottle of Mineral Water

Price = Rs 2500 | $ 40

Pushkar (old city heritage walks)

Explore the presence of four prominent religions of India, in a walk only a mile long for about 2.5 hours.
Perform a ceremony as homage to our forefathers at the holy Pushkar Lake.

Visit a famous temple with a blend of Rajput and Tamil Architecture and observe the importance of the fire ritual – Havan and visit to the famous Brahma Temple.

Share a gossip session over a hot cup of tea and traditional savories with a local family.

Walk through local markets and witness colorful traditional dresses, turban makers, perfume and craftsmen

A lot of travelers come to Pushkar and leave without giving their fair share and these teams of explorers give back a percentage of their earnings to the betterment of the town and keep it lively as ever.

Since it is walking tour, wear clothes that cover your body adequately and comfortable footwear that can be easily removed and worn again. If uncomfortable walking barefoot in a temple, please carry a spare set of socks.

Duration:

Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes

Tour Criteria:

Per group includes 2 people.

Departure Time:

From 08:00 To 19:30

Price = Rs 2500 | $ 40

Mysore (old city heritage walks)

Mysore has a glorious history which is reflected in the architectural wonders that dot the city’s landscape. The old world glory of the city can be experienced through a walking tour in Mysore’s historically important parts such as Agrahara. It is the oldest part of the city and still bears the marks of the time that has gone by.

Agrahara is one of the most important destinations that history enthusiasts or arts and culture lover would want to visit during a trip to the city of Mysore. Mysore old city walks are organised to enable tourists explore and experience the old world glory of the city through the ruins of the bygone era. Agrahara is one such place. The mud and brick houses flanking narrow paved lanes are reminiscent of the people that lived here and their lifestyles.

Most of the population then lived around the Palace, which can be understood by the arrangement of the ruins of houses in the old city. Expert guides who accompany the tourist groups will enumerate the happenings that led to the downfall of Tipu Sultan and the changes that came after him. The walking tour promises to take people back to the era showcasing the old world heritage and charm that is still kept intact in the Agrahara’s of Mysore.

Price = Rs 2800 | $45

Delhi (old city heritage walks)

One of the largest mosques in Asia, the Jama Masjid offers an excellent view of the entire old city. This walk takes you through the narrow lanes of old Delhi with mansions, colourful bazaars, Jain temples & stalls selling street food.

Distance : about 2 kms
Duration : approx. 2 hrs
Time : early mornings are the best if you wish to avoid the noise and crowd. However, if you are coming to see the noise and the crowd, anytime in the day
Who can come : All who can brave the climb up to the steps of Jama Masjid & its minaret and walk through the narrow lanes of the old city.
What to wear and carry :• Clothing appropriate for religious sites. Avoid wearing shorts.
• Walking shoes
• Drinking waterHow to get there :• Metro: get down at ‘Chawri Bazaar’ Metro station and take a    rickshaw to the meeting point or walk
• Bus: Any bus coming to ‘Jama Masjid’ or ‘Red Fort’ will drop you    near our meeting point
• Auto/Cab: Get dropped off at gate no. 3 of Jama Masjid, near    police stationParking : 2 nearby parking facilities—one at gate no. 3 of Jama Masjid; second, MCD parking at Jama Masjid cotton marketPrice = Rs 2500 | $ 40

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