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AGRA FOOD WALK - £34

A sumptuous feast of local delicacies which are unique to Agra enriched with local tales and the companionship of a local friend. The wonderful journey will leave you absolutely stuffed and happy.

Safe and hygienic street food can be enjoyed by all travellers who are looking for a cool evening activity when in Agra. 

A moderate walking food tour which comprises starters, main course & dessert. All the food joints we visit are handpicked & completely hygienic. 

Customization of food walk is also done as per guest requirements & spice tolerance. Usually conducted in the evening around 6 pm but can be conducted during lunch time also on request

Available every day

AGRA CULTURE TRAIL - £39

 

This guided heritage walk is an honest try to show guests the real Agra beyond the Taj Mahal and its culture.

 

It includes walking through the old bazaars (wholesale markets) of spices, utensils, cosmetics, along with exploring the old city charm and daily lifestyle. There are plenty of chances to stop and sample a samosa or a chai from a street stall during this culture walk.

 

How else can a city be explored if not with the help of a native friend who can take you to the outskirts of the city!

 

Every city has its own culture and heritage and that is what makes India so diverse. We invite you to walk through the slums, markets and lanes, secluded from the outer world.

AGRA VILLAGE WALK - £45

Mahatma Gandhi once said that the soul of India lies in the villages.

 

We endeavour to present the village culture of India, along with some cool activities for the open minded. Safe and reliable connections with the villagers have enabled us excel in this tour.

 

3-4 hours guided tour of an authentic village (NOT the tourist village) with a chance to experience village life at its best.

 

This includes a hands-on experience in farming & other activities such as plough a field, harvest wheat, milk a cow, bath a buffalo, make a roti and play cricket. There is also a government school visit where the guest can witness the enthusiasm of rural Indian youth and get a deeper understanding of the education system. The guest will get an exclusive and matchless peak into the world of villagers – the way they live, cook food, there culture and traditions that will leave a distinct impression on your mind. Refreshments like tea, soft drinks, and snacks are included. Home cooked lunch can be arranged on request.

 

YOGA BY TAJ EXPERIENCE - £45

 

For 5,000 years, hardcore yoga practitioners have been touting yoga's mental and physical powers.

 

Luckily, you don't have to be an expert to reap the benefits — adding just a few poses to your daily routine can help your health in all kinds of unexpected ways.

 

1 hour long personalized session of yoga overlooking Taj Mahal.

 

This is conducted by experienced female yoga instructor who can personalize the session as per the comfort of the guests - from beginner level to intense power yoga.

 

The venue which is just 150 meters away from the Taj Mahal, offers a breathtaking view of Taj Mahal during the session which will enrich and enlighten everyone who partakes in it

AGRA SPIRITUAL WALK - £39

 

Unleash the spiritual potential inside you. India’s spiritual attributes are well versed all over the world. Enrich your spiritual domain with knowledge as we take you to this wonderful journey.

 

The Mankameshwar temple attracts anybody with its positivity and realm of purity. Unwrap the hidden religious places in Agra and also visit the Gurudwara which entertains equality and healing.

 

This is a spiritual guided tour of religious places including Akbar's Church (only Church by a Muslim Emperor in India), Missionaries of charity Mother Teresa Home, old Hindu Temple, a Sikh Gurudwara & Red Taj Mahal. Though located close to the city centre, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, perhaps, would have been ignored had it not been for the Hessing's Tomb (Red Taj Mahal). Built in red sandstone by the wife of the British Colonel John Hessing as his final resting place, the tomb is a replica of the Taj Mahal of Agra, although miniature in size.

 

Guests can get an insight on unity in diversity by witnessing different religious practices at these places.