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Morning Cycling Tour in Delhi

Highlights
  • Get a true taste of Old Delhi on an early morning bicycle tour
  • Pedal down muted streets to absorb the atmosphere, without getting lost
  • Check out Chandni Chowk, Red Fort, and more, and hear about them via a guide
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Morning Cycling Tour in Delhi
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  • Overview
  • What to Expect
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Morning Cycling Tour in Delhi
US$32.00
Overview
Early morning isn’t just the safest time to cycle around Old Delhi: it’s a chance to experience the city before the day’s chaos. This bike tour delivers: taking you around the streets as they begin to stir and with a guide for navigation and commentary. See highlights such as the Red Fort, explore Chandni Chowk, enjoy a traditional breakfast, and see more in less time than on foot.
What to Expect
Greet your guide early in central Delhi and hop on your provided bicycle. Then, don your helmet and head into the early-morning streets behind your guide.

Absorb the city’s mellow atmosphere before it comes alive for the day and watch the early-bird locals go about their business. Cycle the narrow lanes and stop to see landmarks that encapsulate old Delhi’s 400-year history.

Take in the 17th-century Jama Masjid mosque and admire the Red Fort, the red-sandstone fortress-palace whose walls rise above the old quarter. Pedal into Chandni Chowk, one of Delhi’s oldest markets, to experience its early bustle, and view the colorfully decorated shops and vividly dressed locals.

Then, delve into the nearby wholesale spice market, the largest in Asia, and awash with spice, herb, and nut stalls. Finally, head to a well-known paratha (flatbread) stop for an authentic Indian breakfast before your tour ends at the original meeting point.
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Deep into old Dehli

We spent 3 excellent hours with Tenzin and his co-bikers cycling around Old Dehli. We went by famous place suach as réd fort but also unknown place but full of history such as an old Moghol house. Tenzin was also available to answer all our...More

Thank pissygial2017
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Amazing Delhi

Bright and early, Tenzin picked us up to meet the Delhi by Bike Team and start our New Delhi Tour. With our helmets on and our security briefing completed, we headed for some Chai Tea and continued our journey to the Singh temple, the Indian...More

1  Thank villamen_cr
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Amazing Experience! A Must!

We are a family of 5- two parents (typical cyclists), a mother-in-law (not so much a rider) and two children ages 5 and 7 (new members of the cycling community). We book this tour prior to our arrival in India and in the communicate mention...More

2  Thank melissa h
Reviewed 12 July 2018
Fantastic and unique

This is a truly exceptional tour. Riding the well maintained bicycle through Old Delhi's back streets and twisting alleyways is the perfect way to experience the sights, smells, chaos and order of this unique city. My guide struck the perfect balance between support and independence,answering...More

1  Thank Gary J
Reviewed 30 June 2018
A humbling and lovely tour

Tenzin was a great tour guide and knew just how much freedom vs guidance to build into the bike tour. He not only showed up the architectural highlights of old Delhi (albeit, from the outside) but he also made sure we understood that Delhi wasn't...More

1  Thank Swathi M
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Jennifer K
27 June 2018|
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Response from marieantoinette21 | Reviewed this property |
Yes he'll be fine. Most of the route is on cycle paths and quieter back roads. There's a few difficult junctions on the main roads - you could always get off and walk over together. I have young nieces under 12 and I'm... More
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