udaipur heritage walk
Go on a walking expedition to soak in the culture and to discover the hidden treasures of the city. Interact with locals who live in the area and artisans that are engaged in the creation of jewellery, pottery and other interesting items. An introduction to the local traditions, customs and religious beliefs will add another dimension to your outlook.
Explore. A visit to the famous ghats, historic temples, ancient step wells.
Ancient architecture. Walk through some old structures and havelis with interesting styles.
Tea time. Visit a 300 year old haveli gifted by the king to a family where the 7th generation is residing. Meet and interact with the family over a cup of tea and snacks.
Artisans. Observe artisans and the traditional way of making clay pots, water pitchers, jewellery, leaf plates (disposable plates and cups) & see some popular Indian snacks being made by hand rather than a machine.
Bazaars. Discover the bustling market of Udaipur while also coming across the bamboo market, vegetable market, oil market and much more.
Local snacks. Along the way enjoy local street food like Kachori which is a famous for its spices, Gulab Jamun (Indian sweet), Bhujiaa (snack) and fresh potato chips.
- 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
- Duration upto 3 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
An outstanding tour of India
Divya and the Delhi Way planned the most wonderful trip for my friend and I through Rajasthan, Agra and Varanasi in March 2017. Through constant communication during the planning stage Divya ensured sure she was across our likes and everything we wanted to experience – and she certainly planned the most outstanding 15 days for us.
Her local guides and drivers, with their local knowledge, were exceptional. Especially for the guides, particular mention to :
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Udaipur – a walking treat
A few friends of mine came down from London after years and wanted me to plan an absolute fun trip which didn’t only have monuments… Someone had recommended The Delhi Way so I contacted them and they organised an awesome 1.5 days in Udaipur. From the planning to the taking care of the smallest of nuances they did it all. Both their local experts in Udaipur were splendid – fun and full of knowledge. Would surely recommend these girls and their company. My friends can’t wait to return the favour in London, now if only these girls had The London Way, I would be sure of a good time!