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Food Tour in Delhi offers a plethora of tours from chef tours and introduction to spices to tea tasting and shopping tours accompanied by snacks
”A lot of very good photo-opportunities and bragging rights are on line”
Customize their tours to the specific desires of their guests
Prices range from $45–120 USD
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Discover the 6 Best Tours in Delhi | EverythingAboutDesign.com

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Looking to discover Delhi in the company of a guide? Whether you want to embark on a day trip to the famed Taj Mahal or simply want to spend a few hours exploring Chandni Chowk, our guide to Delhi’s top tours has something for everyone. Old Delhi Bazaar Walk & Haveli Visit The perfect option for t…

10 Reasons to Spend Two Weeks in India – Thoughts And Ideas

10 Reasons to Spend Two Weeks in India
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India offers tourists unmatched access to perception-altering sights, sounds, and flavors. Forget The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; The Darjeeling Limited; Slumdog Millionaire; Eat, Pray, Love; Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom — these movies don’t even begin to reveal the real India. To understand India’s quirks and irks, ceaseless cacophony, and amalgamated intrigue, pity, and revulsion requires a visit.

India may be the most colorful country in the world. Textile shops, pedal-rickshaws, spice markets, flowers, lakes, and Tequila Sunrise mornings paint the backdrop for unmatched photographic diversity. India’s people are just as colorful as their home and normally accommodate the wannabe photojournalist with sometimes fun and often serious poses. Photo opportunities are everywhere in India; however, while in Delhi try Delhi Photo Tour, an excellent resource for a behind the scenes look at a city with no shortage of hidden gems.
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India offers tourists unmatched access to perception-altering sights, sounds, and flavors. Forget The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; The…

Exploring Delhi, frame by frame – Times of India

Exploring Delhi, frame by frame
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The idea of a photo walk has also begun to charm tourists. They see it as an exciting opportunity to explore the city and capture memories.Jaidev Jamwal from Delhi Photo Tour organizes different kinds of photo walks, each covering a varied segment.

“It’s a new concept, at least in India, and local people are still largely unaware. But we get very good response from foreign visitors. Students who want to take pictures for academic work also approach us. We have had professional and semi-professional photographers who have been to India and keep visiting to take pictures,” says Jamwal.
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Nature lover or heritage buff, mastering the camera gives everyone a chance to capture the city with a fresh perspective

Exploring Delhi, frame by frame – Times of India

Exploring Delhi, frame by frame
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/Exploring-Delhi-frame-by-frame/articleshow/48221586.cms

The idea of a photo walk has also begun to charm tourists. They see it as an exciting opportunity to explore the city and capture memories.Jaidev Jamwal from Delhi Photo Tour organizes different kinds of photo walks, each covering a varied segment.

“It’s a new concept, at least in India, and local people are still largely unaware. But we get very good response from foreign visitors. Students who want to take pictures for academic work also approach us. We have had professional and semi-professional photographers who have been to India and keep visiting to take pictures,” says Jamwal.
from Delhi Night Market http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/Exploring-Delhi-frame-by-frame/articleshow/48221586.cms
Nature lover or heritage buff, mastering the camera gives everyone a chance to capture the city with a fresh perspective

Delhi day one

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After some toing and froing between our guides we met up with Rajeev and JD from Food Tour in Delhi at about 3.00pm. Exuberant Rajeev and the quieter JD were to lead us through the most extraordinary NINE hour food adventure through some of the oldest (and scariest) parts of Delhi, introducing us to some of the most authentic food tastes and experiences we could never imagine. It’s now almost 24 hours after we concluded the tour and no gastric upsets yet – so it proved to be a completely successful food experience in every sense!!

We set off in rickshaws through the crowded, gridlocked streets and laneways of heritage listed Old Delhi.
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With the four and a half hour time difference Rob and I woke early (by Delhi time) yesterday (Friday 27th September) on our first morning e…

Himachal Pradesh, India: The Land of the Gods

Our 11 day journey began in Delhi and continued on to the lap of the Himalayas, Shimla. From here the terrain continued to change vastly each day; it began as emerald green pine covered hills and developed into rocky valleys.

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#india #himalayas #mountains
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Chandratal, Lake of the Moon I don’t have the adequate words to describe the beauty and wonders of the Indian Himalayas and the Himach…

Experience An Amazing Food Tour in Delhi – Gr8 Travel Tips

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There is a variety of different Food Tours to choose from depending on your time and budget. We chose their authentic Food Walk Tour down the streets and alleyways of Old Delhi. Walking throughout the side streets and alleys of Old Delhi definitely gives you a feel and taste of everyday life for locals living and visiting this historic part of Delhi.

A truly unique and one of kind experience!

Most of the restaurants and food vendors we visited on this tour, you would be hard pressed to find or think of trying on your own without the assurance and recommendations of a professional tour guide. A number of these food establishments have been around well over 60 years and much more!
Gr8 Travel Tips
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Don’t Miss This Incredible Food Tour in Delhi India! See Why This Is Walking Food Tour Is A Must Do Attraction When Visiting Historic Old Delhi.

Wanders and words: Delhi’s literary life

The food capital of India, a Delhi food walk is truly a moveable feast. Food Tour Delhi is highly rated
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Learn about Delhi’s nuanced past and present with a must-read list from Mariellen Ward of Breathedreamgo.

10 Reasons to Spend Two Weeks in India – Robert J. Richey

http://www.robertjrichey.com/2016/10/21/10-reasons-two-weeks-india/

India may be the most colorful country in the world. Textile shops, pedal-rickshaws, spice markets, flowers, lakes, and Tequila Sunrise mornings paint the backdrop for unmatched photographic diversity. India’s people are just as colorful as their home and normally accommodate the wannabe photojournalist with sometimes fun and often serious poses. Photo opportunities are everywhere in India; however, while in Delhi try Delhi Photo Tour an excellent resource for a behind the scenes look at a city with no shortage of hidden gems.
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Forget everything you’ve seen in the movies—to understand India and her quirks, irks, and ceaseless cacophony requires a visit.