Empires in the ruins of Mehrauli


₹ 4764.84



Venture out on a leisurely walk around a tranquil space which easily qualifies as one of the largest green expanses in the capital city. Take a stroll around the Mehrauli Archaeological Park, which is dotted with spectacular monuments from different eras, scattered over 200 acres of lush greenery. You will witness various remains of the past belonging to different time periods like the Bastion of Lal Kot, Balban’s Tomb, Rajon ki Baoli (stepwell), walled mosque adjacent to the Baoli and more.  Indulge in delightful anecdotes while walking across the lesser known neighbourhood of the Qutub Minar.

From here, proceed to the historic village of Mehrauli behind the Qutub complex. Witness and experience the less explored historical spaces, including a visit to the shrine of a 12th century Sufi saint- Bakhtiyar Kaki, summer palace of the last Mughal emperor -Bahadur Shah Zafar known as Zafar Mahal. His palace was one of the last monumental structures built as a summer palace during the fading years of the Mughal era. Know more about the empty grave meant for him and observe a tank where Prophet Mohammad left a mark. Get a glimpse of medieval Delhi and travel back to a bygone era through a series of stories unfolded by the expert.


  • A visit to the village of Mehrauli
  • A walking tour of the Mehrauli Archaeological Park
  • Services of an English speaking storyteller
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General Notes

  • Hats / Sunglasses It is mandatory to carry a valid photo identity card (Passport / Aadhaar card/ Driving License / Voter ID card)
  • The tour operates at a pre-decided time and designated point
  • Please wear comfortable walking shoes to enjoy your tour around Please refrain from using any offensive comment about any religion Please refrain from clicking pictures where photography is prohibited