10 Incredible Walking Tours in India

Walking tours in India are enrapturing, cherishing the rich flora and fauna, the fabulous buildings and structures, and thrilling and adventurous parks and forests. Strolling along these marvelous destinations brings pleasure to a traveler. Appreciating the nature around or immersing in a heritage tour be it religious or historical, is intriguing and incredible. So here I am sharing the list of the best 10 walking tours in India that will surely help you to plan for a breathtaking trip.

Festive Walk in

Durga Puja is an auspicious festival in India and especially it is celebrated with grandness in Kolkata, the capital city of West Bengal. Strolling across the streets of the city at this time of the year is one of the astounding walking tours in India. The best part of the tour is visiting Kumartuli, a prominent place in the city where the potters carve out the images and idols of the Gods and Goddesses. In the next part of the tour, you must visit the Howrah bridge and the flower market to witness the surreal views of the morning’s brightness. The refreshing air will revamp your mind and soul. The entire tour is free of cost.

The Delectable Delhi Food Walk 

Old Delhi is preferably imminent for its street food delicacies and some famous food joints. So if you are a foodie, you must stroll across the streets of Old Delhi, one of the best walking tours in India. There are a plethora of juice shops, seafood restaurants, and food stalls selling delicious kebabs to hop into for savoring your taste buds. Walk along the “Baniya” or the vegetarian street food at the Sitaram Bazar. You will love to walk around the streets while inhaling the aroma of the food at the stalls and restaurants. Gol-Gappa, Nagori halwa, puris, Rotis, kulcha, chole, and many more types of food can be found in the streets. The walking tour is free of charge but you need to spend some money on the food and drinks.

Thrilling walk in Mumbai

Mumbai is a city always bustling with energy and life. Wrapped with sea beaches, artistic structures and buildings, and a plethora of street food shops, it’s a traveler’s paradise. Mumbai city walk is one of the fabulous walking tours in India. You will love visiting the historical buildings and structures of the city coupled with the fragrance of the foods on the streets of Dariya Mahal, Radhabai Chawl in Jogeshwari, and the Brabourne restaurant. Do not miss tasting the famous Vada Pav of Mumbai. Further do not forget to quench your thirst with the juices and sherbets at Sikkanagar. 

Venturing into the rocky terrain of Hyderabad

It’s very interesting to know that the granite monoliths or rocky ridges and hillocks in the Deccan plateau of Hyderabad are older than those of the Himalayan range of mountains. They are as old as 2,500 million years, incredible aren’t they? Though many of these places have transformed into skyscrapers or luxury malls, the natural formations are still an attraction. Venturing into these historical and geological formations, and discovering hidden lakes can be indeed termed one of the thrilling walking tours in India. The rocks have different names like Hamburger, Mushroom, and Obelisk depending on their shapes and formations. The walk is completely free of charge and happens on the third Sunday of every month.

A leisure walk along the beaches of Goa

Goa is one of the happening places in India, where tourists flock almost throughout the year. People visit Goa to immerse themselves in its celestial beauty wrapped with gorgeous beaches and sparkling sea waters. Strolling along the beaches of Goa is truly one of the mesmerizing walking tours in India. The tour is conducted by Bookworm, an educational firm, whose members act as the guide for the entire trip. The firm conducts several fun-filled activities like a treasure hunt, locating places on a map, and many other games. The walk will lead you to several important places like the Governor’s place, the Museum of Christian Art, and Azad Maidan, and then following the Natural Heritage train.

Immersing in the iconic landmarks of Chennai

Chennai has plenty of iconic landmarks to be proud of- temples, churches, statues, palatial buildings, and many more. Walking past each of these landmarks and being engulfed in the heritage and history is breathtaking. You will be acquainted with the Hindu mythological tales, the settling and origin of the Portuguese colonies, the legacy of Islam, and the lives of several legendary leaders. The astonishing part of the city is its artistic structures and sculptures. The prominent locations in Chennai are Kapaleeswarar temple, St. Thomas Cathedral Basilica, the historic city center, statues of Mahatma Gandhi and Kumaraswami Kamaraj, and the beautiful Swami Vivekananda house. You must definitely want to walk along the Marina and the Golden beaches of Chennai. It is one of the historical walking tours in India.

Heritage walk of Bengaluru

If you are a history buff and appreciate the Indian heritage and culture, then you must definitely try the heritage walk of Bengaluru. Forts, palaces, gardens, lakes, and churches are the key attractions in the city. And what can be more thrilling than a walk along the city streets, one of the most incredible walking tours in India, isn’t it? The Summer palace of Tipu Sultan, the Bangalore palace, Lalbagh botanical gardens, Devanahalli fort, Ulsoor lake, St. Marys Basilica, and several other markets can be excellent options for a nice leisurely and comfortable walk.

Religious walk of Varanasi

For a religiously inclined person, Varanasi is a city you must be visiting more often. The divine temples, the holy river ghats, the lanes, the bazaars, and the flower and herb markets – are perfect places to walk around in the city. Walking along the streets and ghats is truly a blessing, watching people dip into the river, performing rituals, he sadhus with their religious activities, and the renowned Ganga Aartis at the ghats. You do not need a guide for the walking tour. Varanasi can be explored quite comfortably and with ease without even wondering to be lost in the streets. 

Heritage walk at Jodhpur

The city of Jodhpur in Rajasthan is wrapped with history, heritage, and culture. As you walk along the streets you will be enriched with the rich Indian history, especially the Rajputs. The forts, the royal palaces, the lakes, and the temples uplift the history of Jodhpur. The sanctuaries, natural parks, water parks, and zoological gardens offer a thrilling and adventurous experience. So if you want to witness one of the spectacular walking tours in India, then you must embark on this walking tour.

Discovering the richness of Agra

We think of Agra and the Taj Mahal comes to our mind. But the city has much more to offer to entice a traveler for a walking tour filled with richness and grandness. You can learn about the culture, history, art, and crafts, and the local cuisine of the city. Visit the old Havelis to be acquainted with the lifestyle and habitat of the people of the yesteryears. Walk past the oriental markets of Kinari Bazaar, Lohargali, and the streets of Rawat Para selling spices. The temples, mosques, and churches of Agra stand as testimony to the historical value of the city. So do not miss out on experiencing such a walking your and enrich yourself with the history of the ancient times.

So happy walking!!



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