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Free tour

Free Tour "Mehrauli Archaeological park" and its heritage ruins.

Duration: 2h and 30min
Languages: English
Registered on January 25, 2022

A local well versed with the history and the culture of my city. It shall be a pleasure for me to assist those who wish to explore and understand India.

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  • No minimum number of attendees
    No minimum number of attendees is required for the tour
  • Free booking and cancellation
    Free payment tour, no set price, booking and cancellation are free

Tour description

"Mehrauli Archaeological park", a Historic site encompassing many heritage ruins.
Unravel the various historical layers of Delhi with this unique local tour. Discover plenty of monuments & ruins scattered over there belonging to different dynasties ruling over Delhi. Also be amzed to know that your are exploring the spots where where no one dare to tread during the night time as they are considered to be among the most haunted spots of Delhi. Also be lucky to Spot various species of exotic Birds hidden among the dense greenery and woods. Spooky and fun , aren't they?

  • Meet the walk leader outside the Qutub Minar Metro Train Station Exit Gate: Our knowledgeable guide well versed in the history and heritage of the place. He will startoff with a brief history about the place and relics. Time to discover the ruins of historic “Mehrauli Archeological park”. Delhi’s fascinating layers of history lies bare in front of you. Sail through through centuries of the Delhi's past, while our walk leader narrates the stories about the ancient monuments. 
  • Metcalf Canopy: A unique canopy perched on the peak of a hilly mound , was built in 1850s by british scholar "Charles Metcalfe" as a ‘folly’. It is called a folly as folly is a relatively new building actually meant to look like old. With a backdrop of a  picturesque landscape, the folly looks so charming. Structurally build like a hexagon.
  • Rajon Kee Baoli: A breathtaking stepwell (locally called a "Baoli"), This baoli is named "Rajon ki Baoli" after spooky stone masons who resided in its underground chambers. The baoli has a vertical shaft for drawing water and side by side has hollow passageways with small chambers to beat the heat during Indian summers. This spot is considered to be most haunted place of Delhi during the latenight hours.
  • Jamali Kamali Mosque: This ancient mosque and tomb built in red sandstone belonged to a saint with huge local following. Again people stay away from this spot in the late evenings and it is considered to be haunted with plenty of stories about the ghostly encounters and mishaps.

END: Now the group along with the walk leader Walks back to the Qutub Minar Metro Station and tour ends.
NOTE: Those who wish to travel to and return from the walk spot safely and comfortably in a private car, they can seek help from us for the same and we shall arrange.

NOTE: I know the different areas of the country. So not only will I be your guide in Old Delhi, I will also serve as a link to plan other tours also for you in different parts of my country.

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  • Meeting point:
    Qutab Minar Metro Station, Mittal Gar...
    Qutab Minar Metro Station, Mittal Garden, Sainik Farm, New Delhi, Delhi 110016, India
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    Walk leader stands right outside exit gate the Metro train station , he can be easily spotted by the riders exiting the station.

How much does this tour cost?

Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).

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hailee 02 Oct 2022
Hamburg
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Travelled alone - Sep 2022

knowledgeable and friendly guide, cared for me throughout the walk and even helped me to get a uber back to my hotel.

lucy 01 Feb 2022
Calgary
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Travelled alone - Jan 2022

It was a treat for the eyes to see so many ancient monuments lying bare. some of them were half buried under the sands of time. Mr Brahm explained about them sufficien...

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Who is this tour for?

Accessibility
Non suitable for people with reduced mobility.
Groups
Does not accept large group reservations.
Pets
Not suitable for pets.

What should you know?

Minimum of attendees
There is no minimum number of people required for the tour.
Additional costs:
The tour does not require the payment of entrance fees or additional expenses.
Free cancellation
If you will not be able to attend the tour, please cancel your booking, otherwise the guide will be waiting for you.
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