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Full Day Delhi Sightseeing Tour by Public Transport

5 (11)
New Delhi, IN

Full Day Delhi Sightseeing Tour by Public Transport

5 (11)
New Delhi, IN
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Embark on an incredible adventure through the bustling streets of Delhi with the Full Day Delhi Sightseeing Tour by Public Transport. Immerse yourself in the local culture as you travel like a true Delhiite, hopping onto public transport including the metro, buses, tuk tuks, and even a pedicab! Witness the iconic sites of Old and New Delhi, from the grandeur of India Gate to the magnificent Humayun's Tomb, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the beautiful Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple and learn about Sikhism, and then experience the chaos and spirituality of Hazrat Nizamuddin Darga. Explore the ancient step well at Agrasen Ki Baoli and indulge in some well-deserved food at Khan Market. Get a glimpse into the life of Mahatma Gandhi at Gandhi Smriti, his final residence. This 7-hour tour promises an authentic and unforgettable Delhi experience for travelers seeking to go beyond the tourist path.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Included
  • 7 hours
  • Suitable for 1-4 Participants
  • Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • See the sights of Old and New Delhi
  • Experience the local way of traveling with public transport
  • Explore historical landmarks like Humayun's Tomb and India Gate
  • Visit the beautiful Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple
  • Learn about Gandhi's life at Gandhi Smriti
  • All transport including Metro and Rickshaw rides
  • Water / Cold drink
  • Local English speaking guide
  • Food
  • Entrance Fees
  • Gratuities

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Experience the vibrant city of Delhi like a local on the Full Day Delhi Sightseeing Tour by Public Transport. This unique 7-hour tour takes you to both the iconic landmarks and hidden gems of Old and New Delhi, all while immersing yourself in the bustling atmosphere of public transportation.

What to expect?

Get ready to embark on an exciting adventure through Delhi's rich history and culture. With this tour, you can expect to visit famous sites such as India Gate, Humayun's Tomb, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple, Nizamuddin Dargah, Gandhi Smriti, Agrasen ki Baoli, Khan Market, and Dhobi Ghat. As you navigate the city using public transport, including the metro, buses, tuk-tuks, and even a pedicab, you'll experience the authentic rhythm of Delhi's daily life.

Who is this for?

This tour is perfect for curious travelers who want to explore Delhi from a local's perspective. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a culture lover, or simply looking for an off-the-beaten-path experience, this tour welcomes all. With its inclusive approach, this tour ensures that everyone can enjoy and appreciate the beauty and diversity of Delhi.

Why book this?

By choosing the Full Day Delhi Sightseeing Tour by Public Transport, you'll have the opportunity to truly immerse yourself in the city's vibrant atmosphere. Unlike typical guided tours, this experience allows you to travel like a local, gaining a deeper understanding of Delhi's culture and daily life. The knowledgeable English-speaking guide will provide fascinating insights and stories about each site, making the tour both educational and entertaining. Additionally, using public transport not only adds excitement and adventure to your journey but also reduces your carbon footprint, making it an eco-friendly choice.

Good to know

During the tour, all transportation costs are included, from metro and rickshaw rides to a refreshing water or cold drink. However, food, entrance fees, and gratuities are not included, allowing you the freedom to choose your own culinary delights and support local businesses. The tour begins at Rajiv Chowk Metro Station (Connaught Place), where your guide will meet you outside Gate No. 1, opposite the Wild Craft Showroom. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring sunscreen and a hat, as you'll be exploring the city on foot.


Travelers who have experienced the Full Day Delhi Sightseeing Tour by Public Transport have raved about its unique and immersive nature. They appreciated the opportunity to travel like a local and found the guide's knowledge and storytelling captivating. Many praised the diverse selection of sights visited, which provided a comprehensive overview of Delhi's history and culture. Overall, visitors were highly satisfied with their experience and highly recommended this tour to fellow travelers looking for an authentic and memorable adventure in Delhi.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Connaught Place

Gate 1 Rajiv Chowk Metro Station

India Gate

View India's monument to her fallen soldiers.

Humayun's Tomb

This magnificent 16th century tomb is the earliest large scale example of Mughal architecture in India! Take some time to explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site and the surrounding buildings in this 30-acre garden complex

Admission Not Included

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Visit the beautiful Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Sikh Temple. Learn about Sikhism and see the communal kitchen where anybody is allowed to eat for free. The kitchen is completely volunteer run and if you would like to help out, you are more than welcome!

Hazrat Nizamuddin Darga

Soak up the chaos of the Nizamuddin area and then see the dargah complex containing more than 70 graves and visited by thousands of Muslim pilgrims each week.

Admission Included

Agrasen Ki Baoli - Leamigo

This ancient step well, rumored to have been built in 10th century and rebuilt in the 14th century, has 103 steps and is 60 metres long.

Admission Included

Khan Market

Visit one of Delhi’s poshest neighbourhood hangouts: a complex where people flock to dine at restaurants, converse in cafes, and shop the latest trends. We’ll stop here for some well deserved food!

Admission Included

Gandhi Smriti

Gandhi is one of the most important figures of the 20th century and a trip to Gandhi’s house offers the chance to learn more about this inspiring man. This house is where Gandhi spent the final days of his life and where he was assassinated and is an important spot for anyone interested in India’s tumultuous history.

Admission Included



5 (11)


Fantastic tour around Delhi to some sights I would have never found or been confident to get too. Great way to get confidence with local transport including the metro and tuk tuk. Our guide Sam was exceptional and very knowledgeable. This tour is a must for anyone visiting Delhi.


There are a lot of sites to see in Delhi. With limited time we decided the best way to see and learn about as many sites as possible was to book a guide. I had read about this well established tour company and the good work they do in the Lonely Planet guide, therefore decided to book a one day customised tour. Our guide was Sam and he did a fantastic job of taking us to a diverse range of places and keeping us safe. Although we could have done many of the sites alone, Delhi is an extremely busy city and having Sam with us allowed us to use the time most efficiently. We also benefited from Sam’s local knowledge of history, culture and religion. If you are in Delhi then I recommend you book a tour with this company as it will make site seeing far less stressful, you will learn lots and will likely enable you to see more.


Our first day in Delhi started of very good. To get to know this busy and huge city, I would certainly recommend doing a tour. And not any kind of tour, reality tours & travels offer kind guides, great places to visit, to get to know the culture, the different religion and they explain how this city with that many people can even work out. The profits go to their NGO, so by booking a tour with them, you help many more people than yourself. Would highly recommend!!


Reality Tours and Travel was recommended to us by our neighbours who have done various India tours with them 7 or 8 times over the years and have developed a strong friendship with the founder of the company, Krishna Pujari. My wife, I and a friend were incredibly lucky to actually have Krishna himself as our guide for 3 sublime weeks. India had never featured on our radar as a travel destination previously. It's a huge country of 1.3 billion people. It seemed so daunting. Delhi is a heaving cauldron of masses of people, rickshaws, scooters, motorbikes, cars...and don't forget the cows wandering through the mayhem. You can, of course, plan your own India trip and negotiate your own travel arrangements but it is just so much easier to use Reality Tours guides and simply relax knowing that your valuable time is spent enjoying the sights instead of frustrating yourself with directions and how to get from one place to another. I don't enjoy haggling with rickshaw, taxi drivers and shopkeepers. Time is too precious. Reality Tours guides take the hassle out of India travel. They know the cities. They know the sights. They know the routes. They know the fares. They also know the value of anything you might want to purchase from street traders and shops and will ensure you're not ripped off. For 3 wonderful weeks Krishna guided us first through Delhi, then onto Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaipur and Agra and then onto Kathmandu, Chitwan and Pokhara in Nepal. Nepal didn't do it for us and we wished we'd spent that week instead seeing more of India. It's hard to describe just how invigorating India is: the vibrant colours, the noise, the mayhem, the beauty...and the people. What became so evident during our tour is that India's people, being majority Hindu, are gentle and quite special. Because of their Hindu roots, crime is not an issue in India. We never once felt threatened, unsafe or uncomfortable. Krishna was not the only guide on our tour. Parts of our tour were joined by other Reality Tours guides either for training purposes or to introduce us to other guides who had a more in depth knowledge of a particular area. All these guides were fabulous and we' developed friendships with some like Raj who we hope to see again. We were told that we'd inevitably get "Delhi-belly" travelling India for 3 weeks. We were well-stocked with anti diarrhoea tabs...which we never got to use. Cautioned by our guides against drinking anything other than bottled water or carbonated drinks and raw foods that might have been washed in dodgy water, all of us enjoyed the fabulous foods of India without any issues. What a pleasure to wander the crazy markets and backroads and stop to marvel at street food cooked on massive cauldrons and pans and then have our guide purchase the delights for us to sample over and over again in each new exciting destination. Where we'd normally be hesitant in trying the street-food, Krishna made it a joy. Travel in cities was a mix of rickshaws, taxi and metro. All of the uncertainty is removed. We simply followed our guides. Between cities transport was a mix of train, plane (to and from Nepal) and car...all arranged and paid for by our guides as part of the tour price. Accommodation was a mix of budget and fancy hotels, home stays and lodges - all very comfortable and charming. I could write a book extolling the virtues of Reality Tours & Travel. Highlights? The vibrancy The street-food Wandering the streets soaking up the atmosphere The Delhi slum tour Cooking class in Udaipur with Shashi Watching the latest Bollywood blockbuster movie in perhaps the best cinema in the world The home-stays The occasional evening meals shared by visiting a local family The extraordinary forts The amazing temples Reality Tours guides...with whom you will inevitably develop lasting friendships If we'd visited India independently I feel sure we would have been daunted, frustrated and overwhelmed. With your hand held by Reality Tours & Travel guides it's impossible to come away from India without a deep understanding of the people, the history, the culture, the food and Hinduism. We've had the very good fortune to have travelled all of Europe, holidayed in Mexico, lived in Australia, South Africa, Canada and France...yet India has absolutely captivated much so that we're already planning our next trip with Reality Tours. Thank you Krishna, our friend....and thank you Raj.


Great tour which covered lots of the must sees in Delhi with a very experienced guide. His English was fantastic and he was very knowledgeable. We moved around the city by tuk tuk, bus, metro, the guide anticipated every next move and offered great advice. He even suggested an itinerary of things to see and how to get to them for our free time in the city. We are so pleased we did the tour and would recommend it a day very well spent to anyone. Thank you


Excellent and jam-packed introduction to Delhi. Naresh was knowledgeable, enthusiastic and well-spoken. He was able to tailor the tour to our interests and went above and beyond to ensure we got the most out of the day. We chose Reality for three of our day tours in India and I can’t recommend them enough. Their innovative and socially responsible approach to tourism is refreshing and truly enriches the experience in more ways than one.


Myself and my husband spent the day touring around Delhi with Sam, who was a great tour guide. This was our first full day in Delhi and having a tour guide to help us navigate around the main tourist attractions and through the busy metro stations etc was very useful. Sam looked out for us throughout the day to ensure we were comfortable and weren't harassed etc. We also went to a local restaurant to try some Indian food and Sam gave some good recommendations. Sam was a relaxed, chilled guy which suited us both well. The only slight downside is we waited around a little to find suitable transport/rickshaw before going to the next destination, however, it's understandable that haggling is part of the experience and some rickshaws have area limitations etc.

Thibault V

SAM was really great ! Nothing to say more than ! THANK YOU ! ! ! Continue in this way ! Was a pleasure to be with you.

Anna B

My husband and I booked this private tour during our first visit in Delhi and we could not be more happy! The tour was very well planned and gave us interesting insights in the everyday life of people in Delhi. Our guide Naresh was very competent and could answer every question we had (and we had a lot of questions! :-D ). And most importantly, he was very sympathetic and flexible. He adjusted the tour to our needs, as my husband injured his foot the day before and could not walk a lot. So we took Tuktuk a bit more frequent. So happy we didn’t miss the tour and we definitely recommend it to everyone who is interested in the insights from the local!


Visite excellente avec Naresh et Hema pour la vielle ville et la visite du soir. C était top A l ecoute et informations données très interressantes. Visite qui sort des visites traditionnelles
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2024-04-15 10:47