the it city – bangalore in a day

Go on a journey with our Culture Ambassador, an excursion with conversations and sensitivity to your (possibly) changing moods, interests and curiosities. Our off the beaten path tours take you beyond the guidebook to give you access to experiences like home dining with a local family, an up close and personal view into the lifestyle of the locals providing you with a first-hand experience of well preserved but hard to stumble upon subcultures in a city of ten million. Customise your experience – from a half day, to a full day, with history, culture, shopping, bar hopping, religion, tours for kids we have it all for you. Just drop in a mail with what you want to see and leave the rest to us.

Snake temple. Start with Breakfast at a temple.

Walk through old alleyways. Explore what goes on in them: some art, some craft, some tradition, some religion.

Chit-chat. Gossip with locals over tea or coffee at a local, old cafe.

Market. Go trigger happy with your camera in the colorful farmer’s market: wholesale flowers, fruit, vegetables, spices. A treat to all your senses!

Drive through. Historical drive through the city’s old roads and parliament area and some monuments.

Church visit. A stop at one of Bangalore’s oldest church.

Scrap market. Walk through a scrap market behind it where dubious car parts are sold.

Lunch. At a traditional Karnataka tasting room.

Kali temple. Visit the temple, set in the heart of a Hindu cemetery.

Laundrymat. Witness life in a washerman’s village where people do laundry traditionally, on stone, for a living.

Sikh temple. Visit a Sikh temple and understand a little about India’s youngest religion.

Beer end. End tour with a beer at one of the city’s hot spots.

  • Wear appropriate shoes as there will be walking & climbing of stairs
  • We would advise you to wear comfortable but conservative clothing
  • Carry a hat, sunglasses & sun protection lotion especially in the summer months
  • Shoes to be removed at the Holy places
  • Head cover (like a stole) required while visiting some temples
  • Duration: half day 4 hours full day upto 7 hours
  • Experience includes: an air-conditioned car that picks and drops you from your hotel; bottled water and munchies available in the car; local expert from the city; lunch

Didn’t have too much time in Bangalore as we were visiting the city for work

Managed to contact The Delhi Way and they customised an amazing 4 hour tour for us just to get a feel of the city and how the locals live. Splendid job must say.

City girl, Singapore

The IT city of South India as it is called. Took a half day tour of the Old city of Bangalore. From the temple visit to walking the old alleys to trying out some really authentic South Indian food – was a wonderful day with a great guide who showed us her city with pride.

Alan, Canada