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Delhi Heritage Walks

Neb Sarai, New Delhi 110029, India
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Mehrauli Archaeological Park

Tanvi conducted a wonderful walk amongst the ruins of the oldest city of Delhi! It started barely 5... read more

Reviewed 10 January 2018
JyotiPunj
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Gurugram (Gurgaon), India
A very different Experience

I really liked the way the stories were unfolded. It was a different angle altogether to know about... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2017
Mansi A
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Delhi Heritage Walks is a team of young people who organise walking tours to lesser known areas in the city of Delhi
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Neb Sarai, New Delhi 110029, India

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Reviewed 10 January 2018

Tanvi conducted a wonderful walk amongst the ruins of the oldest city of Delhi! It started barely 5 minutes late, and that was because some guests were late! Tanvi's explanations were historically explained sprinkled with wonderful little anecdotes! The weather was perfect as well! Walking...More

1  Thank JyotiPunj
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Reviewed 9 November 2017

I really liked the way the stories were unfolded. It was a different angle altogether to know about the city's heritage. I enjoyed myself and that made my day.

2  Thank Mansi A
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Reviewed 9 November 2017

We truly enjoyed this walk. The team members - Awadesh and Kanika - were well-informed and articulate. Awadesh has a wonderful oratory skill that combines various facets of history, popular narratives and local lore beautifully. The walk was well planned and at no point did...More

1  Thank Vidya S
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Reviewed 7 November 2017

A great walk with a great host Mr Awadhesh Tripathi, the art of story telling is commendable. Beyond expectation and fully blown over. The highlight was the suspense he built in his story and his impeccable hindi. Look forward to the next one soon.

3  Thank Mahasweta G
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Reviewed 27 August 2017

Very informative and well planned walk in Mehrauli Archeological Park. Moby, my guide, was well informed and made sure to point out interesting details which would escape the uneducated eye. Definitely recommend for a better understanding of what one is looking at.

1  Thank janpapa
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Reviewed 28 July 2017

Informative guide showed us the familiar and hidden places along this historic street in Old Delhi. I would absolutely recommend this company and particularly this walk.

1  Thank Stephen J
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Reviewed 24 April 2017

Delhi is dotted with monuments and relics of the past throughout its expanse, much like Rome. These Heritage Walks, organised by a collective called Delhi Heritage Walks, will reveal to you the stories and intrigues behind the building of a monument, ably told by Kanika.

1  Thank Manjari_S_2206
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Reviewed 20 April 2017 via mobile

Fun and informative. Great overall experience of Old Delhi, historic area and spice market. Food tastings excellent and guide friendly and good overall host. Loved it and highly recommend. Good value!

Thank Darci R
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Reviewed 22 March 2017

Thoroughly enjoyed the walk led by Kanika. She's a storehouse of history and tells it as it is. She is patient and manages the group very well.

1  Thank Sandeep K
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Reviewed 27 January 2017

Was a wonderful way to spend the new year day at Northern Ridge. The thrill was so much that we booked for the second walk in the same month to Tughlaqabad fort. Although had visited the place earlier, but the narration of the historical facts...More

4  Thank _khnnpallavi
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Response from DelhiHeritage | Property representative |
hello. our walks are organised in summer as well- either early morning or late evening to avoid the heat. The routes are short and manageable, if one does not mind stepping out during the summer- Awadhesh Tripathi, team... More
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