An invigorating and yearning prologue to the numerous existences of "Dilli" re-lived in evident DBC style: through the numerous paths of Delhi - the Nizamuddin visit drives you through a city of spiritualists, holy people, writers, rebels, overlooked Kings, English women, outcast states and anonymous tombs. All covered in the giddying contrast offered by the upscale South Delhi neighborhoods. Beginning in the once again 700-year-old settlement of Nizamuddin this visit hacks its way through the 21st-century solid wilderness and garish lights of South Delhi to demonstrate to you a city alive in inconceivable parts. The visit is 15 km long and incorporates tea and breakfast in the lavish Lodhi Gardens. It is offered in the mornings (all as the year progressed) and evenings (from October till April as it were).
Nizamuddin Sufi village - Humayun's Tomb - Hope Project including rooftop view - Nehru Stadium - Kotla Mubarakpur village - Lodhi Garden (picnic) - Khan Market - Golf Links - Nizamuddin village