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Indian Outskirts

4 reviews
New Delhi, India
About Indian Outskirts
Indian Outskirts is a unique travel organisation that believes that India's story lies as much in it's inanimate objects as in its animate flora, fauna, and humans. It is our grand plan to convince you of the same by organising your travel.
Tours and Tickets by Indian Outskirts
Go biking and hiking in the Central Ridge Forest of Delhi during an active 3-hour morning tour. Your guide shares commentary about native and exotic trees, and the general condition of the forest as you explore this nature preserve located in the middle of the big city. Includes brunch, bicycle and helmet, and local hotel pickup and drop-off.
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$64.00 per adult
Explore the backroads of Rajasthan with your own private guide on a 6-hour bike tour that gives you a feel for local life. Visit homes in small villages, sample typical foods, and learn about the region's crops. Includes lunch, private guide, use of bike equipment, and pickup at Jaipur hotels or port.
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$154.00 per adult
Experience Delhi like a local on this early morning cycling tour. Sip chai at an impressive 16th century stepwell, watch the changing of the guards at India Gate, and peddle through the historic streets of Old Delhi. Enjoy a traditional Indian breakfast at Mahalaxmi, a local restaurant dating back 80 years.
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$88.00 per adult
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Reviewed August 21, 2016

We did a cycling tour through parts of Old and New Delhi with Indian Outskirts. It's a great way to explore this city in a different way. Setting off early we could avoid the busy day-time traffic. Apart from the wide lanes of New Delhi...More

Date of experience: August 2016
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iO-Anindya, Manager at Indian Outskirts, responded to this reviewResponded August 21, 2016

Hello Eva, Thank you very much for your review! I am glad you liked the trip and the streets of Delhi. It was truly a pleasure having you with us and I do hope you travel to our fair shores again! Best wishes, Anindya

Reviewed August 18, 2016

As a tourleader I did the bicycle tours in Jaipur (Naharghal Biological Park) and Delhi (New and Old Delhi) with a group of 13 young people, aged 18 to 25. Both the tours are very different (nature vs city), but popular with the group. Everyone...More

Date of experience: July 2016
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iO-Anindya, Manager at Indian Outskirts, responded to this reviewResponded August 19, 2016

Hi Hilde, It's great hearing from you! This is Anindya this side. I am glad you liked both the trips and Khushal, Nikhil, Rahul and I would love to see you again, hopefully in Ladakh this time :). Hope you're well! Best wishes from Delhi,...More

Reviewed August 18, 2016

The tour organised by Indian outskirts is very good. It will be really sweet remembrance. We had a special north Indian tour organised by the outskirts.They had organised it very well and their team look after us very well through out the tour

Date of experience: August 2016
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Reviewed May 26, 2016

We spent a week in India on a trip organised by Tanuja from Indian Outskirts. From the moment we arrived we had personal attention, incredible experiences and met wonderful guides. Tanuja organised an excellent itinerary that included everything we wanted to see and more. Our...More

Date of experience: April 2016
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iO-Anindya, Manager at Indian Outskirts, responded to this reviewResponded May 30, 2016

Hi Judy, Thank you very much for this amazing feedback! We are very glad that you liked your trip. Tanuja is currently in Leh on a project. I'll ask her to write to you as soon as she is back. Have a great day ahead,...More

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