3. Delhi: Old & Modern Delhi Photography Tour with Lunch
Explore the visual delights of old and modern Delhi through your camera lens, accompanied by an experienced photographer as your guide. Street shots, historic monuments, imposing architecture lit by morning lights, and eclectic markets make this tour is a photographer's delight.
Grab your camera, meet your driver as you are picked up from your accommodation, and get introduced to your expert photographer guide who will accompany you through the day and entertaining you with their storytelling.
Capture dreamy moods of the old town waking up and catch the morning golden hour, as you start strolling through the nook and crannies of Old Delhi’s narrow lanes. Pass by one of the biggest mosques in Asia, the Jama Masjid, which offers grand photo shots.
Hop on a rickshaw and stop at the spice market. Get plenty of opportunities to capture people, objects, and overall mood as you witness the buzzing trade of spices. Follow your guide to a unique and secret spot – which offers a stunning aerial view of Old Delhi – making it to be a perfect spot for aerial shots.
Move out of the bustling old town to get inspired at one of the finest monuments of the Mughal period, the Humayun Tomb, which is said to be the inspiration behind the magnificent Taj Mahal. Near the inner tomb are there nets made through the wall where daylight passes; it’s a photographer’s true delight to capture the light play here.
Next, visit a camera market in Old Delhi where vintage and the latest cameras are sold at amazing below-market prices. Take a stop for lunch at a signature Indian restaurant. Reflect over your pictures from the day as you relish delicacies from Mughlai and Indian regional cuisine.
Marvel at the Lutyens Delhi, from the Raisina Hills, and capture its beauty in the golden hour – it is a sight to capture and experience the sun setting over the President’s House and seeing the massive India Gate.
Lastly, stop at the Hauz Khas village, which reflects the vibrance of modern Delhi. Admire the colorful cafes, lit up boutique stores, galleries, and graffiti on the walls, perfect for capturing street photography.