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Himalayan Immersive Trek

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Himalayan Immersive Trek

Varanasi
Everyday except Sunday

The lively and labyrinthine Varanasi streets famous for their hidden historical gems, are also home to some of the most delectable desserts and street food options, whose recipes have been perfected over centuries!

Join us as we walk through the bylanes to the best of the food joints savoring Malaiyo, Tamatar Chaat, Kalakand, Malai Toast, Maalpuas, Gol-Gappas, Banarasi Paan and much more! And relish in not just the mouthwatering delicacies, but also hearty conversations with their Banarasi makers ☺

Walk Highlights

Included

All food is on us 🙂

The walk is all snack and chai and much more

Please eat a lighter meal for lunch so that you can enjoy the food well

Storyteller-foodie well versed with Varanasi’s food culture, Indian food, and English

Price Breakup

Group Price -> INR 1800 Per Person +5% GST

Private Price -> Additional INR 2500 (for the whole group) + Group Price

Itinerary

Starting pointSaint Thomas Church, Girijaghar Crossing

Ending pointSaint Thomas Church, Girijaghar Crossing

1800 INR

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The lively and labyrinthine Varanasi streets famous for their hidden historical gems, are also home to some of the most delectable desserts and street food options, whose recipes have been perfected over centuries!

1800 INR

Start Date and Time


No of Travellers
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Got some other plans ?
Contact us for customized walks

Available Groups

Walk Highlights

Included

All food is on us 🙂

The walk is all snack and chai and much more

Please eat a lighter meal for lunch so that you can enjoy the food well

Storyteller-foodie well versed with Varanasi’s food culture, Indian food, and English

Itinerary

Starting pointSaint Thomas Church, Girijaghar Crossing

Ending pointSaint Thomas Church, Girijaghar Crossing

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Reviews

Most wonderful experience in the streets of Varanasi

When we first arrived in Varanasi we were a bit overwhelmed by the chaos of the city. This changed completely after our Food-walk, we never felt more welcome. During the tour you go to many different places, all with traditional typical Indian food. Under the amazing guidance of Sudarshan we almost felt like real Indians. The food was amazing, it is a lot and everything tastes so good! Even possible to order the ‘not so spicy type’ for the European stomach ;). Sudarshan is the sweetest guy, he knows a lot and also takes time to tell you about the Hindoe religion, some history of Varanasi or more specifics of the food you’re having. Wondering around the small narrow streets, it’s just magical. Namaste!

Highlight of Varanasi

My friend and I booked a food walk, which took us round the Old City and down lanes qe might never have found. We tried any array of delucious food and drinks from street vendors we would never have tried. Seeing the workmanship that goes into preparing certain sweets and food was amazing to see. Our guide Saurabh was fun and informative so the walk gave us some useful insight into local life in Varanasi. A bonus of the walk was visiting the beautiful flower market. I recommend this walk to everyone that visits Varanasi.

Most wonderful experience in the streets of Varanasi

When we first arrived in Varanasi we were a bit overwhelmed by the chaos of the city. This changed completely after our Food-walk, we never felt more welcome. During the tour you go to many different places, all with traditional typical Indian food. Under the amazing guidance of Sudarshan we almost felt like real Indians. The food was amazing, it is a lot and everything tastes so good! Even possible to order the ‘not so spicy type’ for the European stomach ;). Sudarshan is the sweetest guy, he knows a lot and also takes time to tell you about the Hindoe religion, some history of Varanasi or more specifics of the food you’re having. Wondering around the small narrow streets, it’s just magical. Namaste!

Highlight of Varanasi

My friend and I booked a food walk, which took us round the Old City and down lanes qe might never have found. We tried any array of delucious food and drinks from street vendors we would never have tried. Seeing the workmanship that goes into preparing certain sweets and food was amazing to see. Our guide Saurabh was fun and informative so the walk gave us some useful insight into local life in Varanasi. A bonus of the walk was visiting the beautiful flower market. I recommend this walk to everyone that visits Varanasi.

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