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Old Delhi Bike Tour

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, the Red Fort, and more, and hear about them from a guide
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Old Delhi Bike Tour
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Old Delhi Bike Tour
From USD 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 more in less time than on foot: explore Chandni Chowk, enjoy a traditional breakfast, and see highlights like the Red Fort.
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 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 with walls rising 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—awash with spice, herb, and nut stalls. Finally, head to a well-known flatbread (paratha) stop for an authentic Indian breakfast before your tour ends at the original meeting point.
Reviews (295)
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Reviewed yesterday
Amazing Holi Bike Tour

I'd like to take the opportunity to thank our amazing guide team this morning - not only for taking so good care of us during the bike ride and the different picture, exploration, food and tea/coffee stops along the way, but also for sharing all...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank Sabrina1234567898
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Such an amazing experience - the real Delhi

I thoroughly enjoyed the Old Delhi bike trip; I have been here for work and making the most out of my weekend was top priority. The contact from Tenzig and the team from start to finish was fantastic; I arrived early so he let me...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank HannahLouY
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
A fantastic way to see Old Delhi for your first visit.

From enquiring about the tour (this was done initially through Airbnb) whilst planning a months holiday in India to waving goodbye to Tenzin Tibit (our guide) it was a positive experience. We were met by Tenzin in a taxi at our Delhi hotel, after booking...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Langford1975
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
An amazing adventure

It was a great way to jump right in and enjoy our first morning in India. Tenzin, Raju and another very helpful guide met us for a 6:30am start. The perfect time to explore Old Delhi just as it is awakening and before the traffic...More

Date of experience: February 2019
1  Thank Alan H
Reviewed 11 February 2019
Fun with the locals

My husband and I spent our first morning in India biking around the old city of Delhi with two fantastic guides - Jeswin (Joe) and Mukesh. What a fun and exciting way to explore! We weaved through narrow lanes, through bazaars, and they even made...More

Date of experience: February 2019
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JenniferK191
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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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