15 Offbeat Places in Delhi That You Should Explore in 2022
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Haveli of Mirza Ghalib, Chota Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb,  Qawwalis at Nizamuddin Dargah, Champa Gali, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Gali Qasim Jaan and many other places.
 
With its heritage tourist spots teeming with culture, there is no shortage of offbeat places to visit in Delhi. Anyone familiar with the ways of the busy metropolitan will know that its secret alleyways, busy streets and colonial buildings have many stories to tell.
 
 There are several other offbeat places to visit in Delhi that get hidden by the mammoth architectural reputation of the city. From the largest spice market in the continent to spooky haunts and the quaint charm of Champa Gali, the city has it all. Enjoy an evening of Sufi Music at the Nizamuddin Dargah or have a tete a tete with travellers across the world at the Kunzum Travel Cafe-there is not a day to be spent idle in Delhi.


Here is the list of offbeat places in Delhi that you should explore:

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Activity Location: Delhi, India

Activity Duration: 10 minutes, 15 minutes and 20 minutes

About Helicopter Ride In Delhi:

Go on an exclusive sightseeing tour of India’s capital and see the best of Delhi from up high as you soar above it on a helicopter. For the first time ever, experience a breathtaking aerial view of the town. Grab this amazing chance to explore the city 1000-1500 feet above and see Delhi's most famous landmarks immersed in the glow of the shining sun in a Helicopter Robinson R66 4 Seater. In all, book this helicopter ride in Delhi and indulge in this mesmerizing and enthralling experience.

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Activity Location: New Delhi, Delhi

Starting Point: Kalkaji Mandir Metro Station, Lotus Temple Road, New Delhi

End Point: Iskcon Temple Road, East of Kailash, New Delhi

Activity Timings:

  • Morning: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Evening: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Activity Duration: 2 hours (Approx.)

About Cultural Walking Tour of Delhi:

Delhi is popular for its culture depicting the ancient and modern lifestyles of India. Witness this serene blend in the architecture of prominent temples in the city. Walk past the lanes and markets of the heritage city where vehicles cannot enter. Have fun and gain insights into the religious beliefs of India as you explore the capital city with a guide cum storyteller.

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Activity Location: New Delhi, Delhi

Starting Point: Bangla Sahib Gurudwara Main Gate

End Point: Central Secretariat

Activity Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

About Night Walk City Tour Delhi:

Delhi is a beautiful city during the day and is even more beautiful at night. Join this amazing and completely off-beat experience to explore the nightlife and illuminated monuments and buildings of the city. Walk past the prominent buildings at the Sansad Marg and Cross Road and get insights into the culture and traditions of Delhi from a professional guide.

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Starting point & Endpoint: Vijay Path, opposite South Block of Secretariat

Group Size: 8 

Delhi is famous for its tourist attractions, Indian history, and food. And the aim of this tour is to provide local insight experience in Delhi but in an adventurous way with a segway.

Segway is a two-wheeled, battery-powered electric vehicle which is included in the package, At the beginning of the tour, the tour leader and instructor will provide you 5-10 minutes of hands-on orientation session explaining to you how to drive a segway safely. In addition, you will have to wear the safety gears like helmet, elbow pads, and knee pad which we shall be provided during the tour.

As a part of daily hygiene protocol, proper care of hygiene and sanitation is maintained all through to ensure the utmost care and personal safety of the guests.


There are 3 different itineraries to choose from:

​Delhi Art District Tour
The duration of this tour is 1-hour including the orientation session. The itinerary is best suitable for art lovers since the lanes offer 50+ murals along the way. A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling, or other permanent surfaces. You will get to visit the colours of the soul by SENKOE, mural near Khanna Market, art by Yip Yew Ching, Sam Lo’s mural, art with the message of justice, equality, health and fortune, and many more. 

​​Lutyen’s Delhi Tour​
Lutyens' Delhi is an area in New Delhi that is named after the British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. He was responsible for building a lot of famous architectural structures. The duration​ of this tour is one hour including the orientation session at the start point of the tour​. You will be covering the Secretariat​, ​Rashtrapati Bhawan (subject to permission of security personnel)​, ​Parliament House​, ​the scenic beauty surrounding the Ministry buildings on Rajpath​, ​various government buildings​, ​Amar Jawan Jyoti​, ​India Gate​, and finally conclude the whole tour at the start point.​​

Historic Delhi Tour
The duration of this tour is 1 hour and 45 minutes including the orientation session at the start point of the tour. This tour is an add-on to the Lutyen's tour. You will be covering places such as Secretariat, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Parliament House, the scenic beauty surrounding the Ministry buildings on Rajpath, various government buildings, etc. The add on in this tour will be Baroda House (the residence of the Maharaja of Baroda in Delhi), Pragati Maidan​, ​Purana Quila​, ​Delhi Zoo​, ​Masjid Khairul Manzil​, and many more amazing places. 

How to Reach: 
Karol Bagh metro station is the closest to the starting point at just a 2-minute rickshaw ride. You can also take a private taxi to reach the starting point.

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Everyday New Delhi wakes up to its imperial history, an era of independence and continues on a cosmopolitan high note. This is what we would experience on the cycling tour by listening to a beautifully crafted story about modern Delhi's transformation after the British Raj.

The magnanimous campuses and Majestic Lutyens zone conjure up the past European era and India’s independence fused in an unusual way that will just woo your senses. We will also visit various historical sites such as India Gate, President's Estate, and a Sikh temple (Gurudwara Bangla Sahib) where we experience the art of gratitude through a communal meal called 'langar'.

Our tour will culminate over the breakfast/lunch, new friendships and stories to take home. 

Timings: 06:30 AM to 10:00 AM
Meeting Point: Hotel Broadway, Asaf Ali Road
Minimum age required: 8 years
Group Size: Maximum 10 people
Minimum number of people required to book this activity: 1

How to Reach?
The activity starts with Chandni Chowk in New Delhi which is easily accessible through public or private transport.
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Visit Asia’s largest Spice Market at Khari Baoli Road

 A little west to Delhi’s Chandni Chowk is Khari Baoli Road, which houses Delhi’s famous spice market. The market houses hundreds of shops selling local, refined and imported spices. Local legend has it that the market was built as early as the 17th century, over a salt well that was earlier used to bathe and wash animals and it is one of the best offbeat places in Delhi.

The spice market is renowned for being the largest spice market in all of Asia and witnesses hundreds of traders setting up shop here every day. Apart from spices, this Spice Market also sells dried fruits, specially crafted Indian sweets, rice, mulberries, herbs, and grains.

Location: Khari Baoli Road, Fatehpuri, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006

Timings:
The market remains open between 10.00 AM to 09.00 PM every day of the week.
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Experience the Haunted Places

If you are a thrill-seeker with a taste for the supernatural and eerie, then Delhi is the place to go. Ghost-hunters are spoilt for choice here and one of the best unusual things to do in Delhi.

One might choose to visit Agrasen ki Baoli, the now evacuated salt well that is now believed by locals to be haunted.

Location:
Hailey Road, KG Marg, near Diwanchand Imaging Centre, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Timings: 09.00 AM- 05.30 PM on all days of the week.
 
The Delhi Cantonment area, too, is believed by many to be haunted by the spirit of a white-clad female hitchhiker.

Location:
New Delhi, Delhi 110010
Timings: No timings.
 
Another offbeat place to visit in Delhi would be the Lothian Cemetery, commonly said to be haunted by the spirit of an English General who committed suicide after discovering that the Indian woman whom he loved had married another man. 

Location:
Netaji Subhash Marg, Priyadarshini Colony, Kashmere Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
Timings: 10.00 AM to 06.00 PM on all days of the week.
 
A popular horror destination in Delhi is the Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal, an abandoned hunting lodge in Karol Bagh. The hunting lodge was built in the 14th century by Feroz Shah Tughlaq and is now believed to be haunted. With the wilderness growing over the now ruined building, this is one of the offbeat places in Delhi that is a must-visit for all horror lovers.

Location:
Central Ridge Reserve Forest, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Timings: 07.00 AM to 05.00 PM on all days of the week.
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Discover the History of Delhi

Delhi was the heart of the erstwhile Mughal Empire, and the many historical monuments here stand as testaments of the city’s glorious past. A quintessential example of Mughal architecture, the structure was founded and initially established by Qutub-ud-din Aibak, and later completed by his son-in-law, Iltutmish. The Minar is known not only for its historical significance, but also its architectural resplendence and it is one of the best offbeat places in Delhi. The walls and pillars of the Minar are lined with inscriptions in Parso-Nagari and Arabic script.

Location:
Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi 110030
Timings: 07.00 AM to 05.00 PM on all days of the week.

Another monument glorifying Delhi’s past is the historic Red Fort, which served as the main residence for the Mughal Emperors. Also known by its colloquial title, Lal Quila, the Fort was constructed in the year 1639 by the emperor Shah Jahan. The Fort complex houses a number of smaller structures, like the public hall known as the Diwan-i-Aam, or the treasury known as Chatta Chowk. 

Location:
Netaji Subhash Marg, Lal Qila, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
Timings: The Red Fort remains closed on Mondays. It remains open from 09.30 PM to 04.30 PM on all other days of the week.

Humayun’s Tomb, or the Maqbar-i- Humayun was the first garden-tomb to be built in India in tribute of the Mughal Emperor. The tomb is known for its brilliant architecture, done in the Indo-Islamic Style. The tomb itself took over 8 years to build, and is placed inside a sprawling 30 acre garden, known as the Char Bagh. The Tomb premises itself houses a number of other tombs, such as those dedicated to Empress Bega Begum, Hamida Begum,Dara Shikoh and several other Mughal Emperors.

Location:
Mathura Road Opposite, Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Dargah, Nizamuddin, New Delhi, Delhi 110013
Timings: 08.00 AM to 06.00 PM on all days of the week.
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Haveli of Mirza Ghalib at Gali Qasim Jaan

Ghalib Ki Haveli is the erstwhile residence of the 19th century Hindu Poet, Mirza Ghalib, and is now converted into a heritage site. The Haveli serves as a reminder of the Mughal style of architecture and offers insight into the poet’s lifestyle. The walls are adorned with lifestyle images of the late poet and the side walls are designed with engravings of his couplets and it is one of the best unusual things to do in Delhi.

The Museum also houses a life-sized replica of the poet with a hookah in his hand. It also preserves handwritten poems by the poet and some of the first copies of his poetry books. The historical and literary significance of the Haveli makes it one of the most offbeat places to visit in Delhi.

Location:
2469,Gali Captain ,Baradari, Balli Maran, Delhi, 110006

Timings:
The Haveli is closed on Mondays. It remains open between 10.00 AM to 06.00 PM on all other days of the week.
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Listen to Qawwalis at Nizamuddin Dargah

Nizamuddin Dargah in Delhi is the Dargah of the Sufi saint and mystic Sheik Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya. The Dargah is known across the world for its weekly Sufi music sessions. Every Thursday night, the Dargah conducts a Qawwali session, which attracts devotees and common people in crowds from all across the world and it is one of the famous offbeat places in Delhi.

Preaching the message of peace and love, the heart wrenching Sufi music is one of the most soulful genres of classical music, and the splendid Qawali sessions make Dargah one of the most offbeat places to visit in Delhi. The popularity of the music sessions attracts not only Muslims here, but people of other faiths as well. 

Location:
Boali Gate Rd, Nizamuddin, Nizamuddin West Slum, Nizamuddin West, New Delhi, Delhi 110013

Timings:
The Dargah remains open every day of the week between 06.00 AM and 10.00 PM. The Qawwali sessions take place twice every Thursday, once at 04.30 PM and once at 06.00 PM.
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Watch the Change of Guard Ceremony

The President’s Bodyguard is the senior-most regiment of the Indian Army. Held in the Forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhavan, the Change of Guard Ceremony is a splendid display of the PBG’s military rigor. The thirty-minute ceremony commences with the PBG troops marching to the tunes of the Army Brass band.

After that, the Parade Commander marches in, followed by the 8th Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry. The two guards exchange a national salute, followed by an exchange of military duties. The ceremony ends with the playing of the National Anthem. 

Location: Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi.

Timings: The Change of Guard Ceremony takes place every Saturday and Sunday. The timings of the ceremony are as follows:
 
On Saturday
12 Oct 2019 to 14 Nov 2019 : 07.40AM – 08.40AM
15 Nov 2019 to 14 Mar 2020 : 09.40AM– 10.40AM

On Sunday
13 Oct 2019 to 30 Oct 2019: 04.30 PM – 05.30 PM
01 Nov 2019 to 14 Mar 2020: 04.10 PM – 05.10 PM
15 Mar 2020 to 30 Apr 2020: 05.10 PM – 06.10 PM
01 May 2020 to 10 Oct 2020: Closed due to hot weather conditions.
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Discover Champa Gali

Champa Gali is a community in Delhi that has recently risen to prominence due to its casual, laid-back vibe, a plethora of cafes that line it and its Parisian labyrinthine setting. The locale received its name for the number of ‘Champa’ plants that were brought and planted here when the first café, Blue Tokai, was established in Gali and it is one of the best offbeat places in Delhi.

Champa Gali offers a picturesque, postcard vibe and is built out of small homely cafes, art galleries and quaint little stores. There are a number of handicraft stores that attract connoisseurs of art to the place. Champa Gali is especially popular among younger college crowds, who visit the place for live music gigs or spoken poetry sessions.  With its rustic charm, this is one of the offbeat places in Delhi that should be visited by all. 

Location: Shed 4, Khasra 258, Lane Number 3, Westend Marg, Behind Kuldeep House, Saidulajab, Saket, New Delhi, Delhi 110030

Timings:
The community remains open for public visits between 11.00 PM and 10.00 PM every day of the week.
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Meet Travel Enthusiasts at Kunzum Travel Café

Kunzum Travel Café was initially built to provide travelers with a hub to meet each other and share travel stories. The café believes that the second best thing to do after traveling is to make plans about it, and functions to provide travelers with a space to do the same and it is one of the cool unusual things to do in Delhi.

Kunzum Café also occasionally organizes interactive workshops and talk sessions with travelers, photographers, writers and other personalities who toured the world as a part of their job. Visitors are also encouraged to share their travel stories by pinning up anecdotes and pictures on the café billboard or uploading it into the online scrapbook maintained by it. With its unique vibe and laid back atmosphere, Kunzum Travel Café is definitely one of the most offbeat places to visit in Delhi.

Location: T-49, GF, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi 110 016, India.

Timings: The café remains closed on Mondays. It remains open between 11.00 AM to 07.30 PM on all other days of the week.
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Chhota Qutub Minar

Located in the heart of Hastsal Village in Delhi is the Chhota Qutub Minar, a minaret tower built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Constructed in 1650, the tower made of red sandstone is three stories tall . It resembles Qutub Minar in its architectural style and structure.

The tower was initially 5 stories tall, with the dome top consisting of two stories. The tower was initially built as an entertainment sector for the Emperor after he had finished with his hunting session in the wilderness that immediately surrounded the tower. The curious architecture and historical significance of the Chhota Minar makes it one of the most prominent offbeat places in Delhi.

Location:
Hastsal Village, Delhi.

Timings:
The Mini Qutub Minar is not open for public visits.
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Volunteer at the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Kitchen

The Gurudwara Bangla Sahib in Delhi was built during the Mughal Era to commemorate Guru Sahib’s visit to Delhi. The community kitchen at the Gurudwara, known as the ‘langar khana’ , is open to any willing volunteers who want to put in a hand to aid the staff at the Temple in making the meals and it is one of the  fun unusual things to do in Delhi.

The Gurudwara turns out at least thirty to forty thousand plates of food everyday, made with the collective effort of those volunteering at the kitchen. The meals are free and available for anyone willing to eat here, especially the homeless and the poor who cannot afford three square meals per day. The Gurudwara serves meals twice a day, once between 09.00AM to 03.00PM and then again between 07.00PM to 10.00PM.
 
Location: Hanuman Road Area, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Timings:
Open 24 hours on all days of the week.
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"The trip was amazing. Loved the campsite, it's right next to the Parvati river and you feel relaxed just sitting there and absorbing the nature. The organisers were also amazing as they arranged for seperate tents for us and also the transportation provided was very good. The busses were very comfortable and had all the amenities promised. We had the freedom to roam around the city and the guide was well behaved, correct mix of strict and friendly."
27 October 2020
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Being my first solo trip, I was too nervous prior to boarding the bus to Kasol. But man, what a trip. First of all, I encourage all the readers to try going solo at least once especially on the mountains. The experience was overwhelming. I met other people as well in my journey that came via thrillophilia that made my trip pretty interesting. I enjoyed every bit of it. Whether it was on road, at Kasol or the kheerganga trek, I enjoyed every moment. Since it is October, the weather dropped significantly at Kheerganga, which was surprisingly pleasant for me. The trek was pretty hard but my guide helped me reach the destination comfortably. He was a lot friendly too.. I enjoyed the food as well. The best part was the bonfire at kheerganga to loosen us a bit. To sum it up, each and every moment of my trip was something I'd relish for a long, long time and I just can't wait to plan my next trip again. Thanks Thrillophilia. Cheers!
28 November 2019
Excellent
I personally loved this trip.. The parvati river and it's shooting sound, natural beauty, and campaign with this, once in a life experience. Kheerganga trekking is my first time for any trekking, but I have enjoyed a lot in the lap of the nature... Obviously don't forget the parvati kund, ohh beauty... Lastly it was a most memorable trip.. Which adopt a sweet spot in my memory, and ringing all time.
09 July 2019
Excellent
Kheerganga Trek is the best trek i have ever done. Me and my husband both trusted thrillophilia gateway for treking package. And I must say it's the best treking and camping experience for both of us. We trekked with 20 people's group with 2 guides with us. Both of them was very helpful and supportive. Treking with one guide named (Zorochi Stark) on truecaller was really fun. He was really strict about discipline but he was too funny too. Camping and food was the best at this price. We have done wrong date booking by mistaken I guess. But thanks to thrillophilia team to solve it quick and change our booking date. The way to kheerganga was really challenging as its monsoon so trek was very slippery too. But I found it as great adventure. Loved the trip
16 February 2021
Excellent
Good service and good driver.my family enjoyed good experience.my driver amarjeet sejwal polite person.he drive's safe
Great facility and a very enjoyable experience. The carts and track are in excellent condition. Very reasonable charges. Our kids loved the outing. Strongly recommended.
06 January 2021
Very Good
Nice trip, made new friends enjoyed alot.
"Trek was awesome with supportive tourist guides but hotel was very bad at service and providing rooms "
04 November 2020
Excellent
Wonderful experience and enthralling Triund trip with Devine beauty and mesmerizing breath taking views

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