Tailor-made tours are fully customizable, depending on your preferences and dietary requirements. Start in Old Delhi, the lively former capital of the Mughal Empire, where you follow your guide through hidden back alleys to discover the neighborhood’s most sensational culinary treasures, from tiny street vendors to centuries-old restaurants.
You can haggle for mustard seeds at Khari Baoli, Asia’s largest spice market, and get a first-hand peek at some of the city’s top historic landmarks, including the Red Fort and the Jama Masjid. You also visit a charitable kitchen, which feeds thousands of people each day. Hop an iconic cycle rickshaw as you travel between longer stops for a truly authentic local ride.
Old Delhi boasts over 400 food stalls, so count on tasting a plethora of delicacies during your tour, from quintessential street snacks like golgappa—round, crispy balls filled with tamarind-infused water—to paratha, Indian flatbread stuffed with potato, cheese, or radish. End your tour in New Delhi, where you discover more tucked-away food stops and sit down to an authentic local meal.