Feel the soul of the Sufi shrines.

A stimulating and ambitious introduction to the many lives of “Dilli” re-lived in true DBC style: through the many lanes of Delhi – the Nizamuddin tour leads you through a city of mystics, saints, poets, rebels, forgotten Kings, English ladies, refugee colonies and nameless tombs – all buried in the giddying contrast offered by the upscale South Delhi neighbourhoods. Starting in the over-700-year-old settlement of Nizamuddin this tour hacks its way through the 21st-century concrete jungle and flashy lights of South Delhi to show you a city alive in unimaginable fragments.

The tour is 15 km long and includes tea and breakfast in the lush Lodhi Gardens. It is offered in the mornings (all through the year) and afternoons (from October till April only). DelhiByCycle is proud to have partnered with the Nizamuddin settlement based NGO – Hope Project, for this tour. Hope supports the local community of Nizamuddin in health care and education.

Visit http://www.hopeprojectindia.org to learn more about their projects and great work.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Humayun’s Tomb Parking, Sabz Burz Circle
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DEPARTURE TIME Morning: 06.30 Am
Afternoon: 01.15 Pm
INCLUDED
Well maintained comfortable city bicycles Two English/Hindi speaking guides
 Chai (traditional Indian tea) & biscuits A bottle of mineral water
Breakfast/Snacks at Lodi Garden or famous restaurants nearby Helmets (optional, on request)
Baby seat (optional, on request) GST @ 5%
NOT INCLUDED
Transport to and from Hotel
Gratuity (Optional)
Any Personal Expenses
Anything not mentioned in Cost Included

 

Highlights: Nizamuddin Sufi village – Humayun’s Tomb – Hope Project including rooftop view – Nehru Stadium – Kotla Mubarakpur village – Lodhi Garden (picnic) – Khan Market – Golf Links – Nizamuddin village

Meeting point :

The Nizamuddin tour is the only route with a different meeting point! We meet at the Humayun’s Tomb Parking near Sabz Burz Circle, this is one of the most prominent points to start the tour. Our guide, wearing a bright orange T-shirt, will be there waiting for you. In case you arrive earlier, call the guide to inform you have reached. Guide’s name and mobile number will be sent to you by e-mail the evening before the tour.

Meeting Point Map

Route Map

Of all five tours that we offer the amazing Nizamuddin tour was the one that took me longest to develop. Close to 12 months!

Where the Old Delhi tours and even the Raj tour (New Delhi) had a limited area to cover the playfield for this tour felt unlimited. Finally, it has become the most complete tour as well. Historically, religiously, socially, the Nizamuddin tour has it all!

The meeting point is just behind the place where my residence is. I always wanted to have one of the bicycle tours starting from my back garden 🙂

It’s a high spiritual area named Nizamuddin, named after the famous Sufi saint. An urban village right in the heart of Delhi. On this tour, we visit another urban village, Kotla Mubarak. Together with the magnificent Humayun’s Tomb and beautiful Lodhi Garden the Nizamuddin tour reflects the periods when Delhi was ruled by the Sultans, Mughals and British. And finally independency from foreign rulers after the Partition in 1947.

My school teacher in a history class taught me that you have to learn the history to understand the present. That’s the lesson I kept in mind when designing this tour. The Nizamuddin tour is a great learning opportunity understand how Delhi was shaped to the megacity as we know it today. Added with the spiritual soul of Nizamuddin this tour is food for thought and body.

Jack
Founder & Tour Designer
Delhi By Cycle

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5.00 based on 1 review
November 20, 2018

You must do this! Ishmirta and Raju were excellent guides and we had a perfect afternoon riding through parts of Delhi we would never have seen. There is a bit of riding through the traffic, but it’s exactly the right amount of ‘outside your comfort zone’ to make it interesting. Excellent way to immerse yourself in Delhi in a short time.

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