Discovering Oriental Agra

Early morning when the city wakes up to the holy azaans from the mosques, mingling with the chiming of the bells in the temples, children scampering to the schools, the halwai getting set for offering the morning breakfast of mouth watering delicacies like the Jalebis and the Kachories indeed present a different picture of the city.

Discovering Oriental Agra program is an endeavour to connect the tourists with the city. This program will showcase not just heritage monuments but also the city's culture, cuisine, craft and life of the local people. The journey winds its way through the narrow lanes of Agra, where people can see the grand old havelies, the oriental markets of Kinari Bazaar, Lohar Gali and spice’s street of Rawat Para.

Discovering Oriental Agra program is conducted by using Eco friendly Battery operated Rickshaws. In this tour Tourists get to see Dara Shikoh's library, Mirza Ghalib's birthplace, the headquarters of the Radhasoami faith, the ancient Manka Meshwar temple, the Jama Masjid, and churches of different Christian sects, St. Patrick's Junior College - Asia's oldest convent and the Akbar Church. On the way, they will see the early morning bustle at the shoe mandi in Johri Bazar, the only street of Ayurvedic doctors, the paan and the petha mandi and the food street of Seth Gali.


A ride through the heart of the Agra city

Visit the markets of Mughal period

Covers the religious places of five different religions

Asia’a oldest convent and hundreds of years old Churches

Daily activities of local people

Tour by Eco friendly electric Rickshaw

Starting Point : Hathi Ghat

Ending Point: St. Peter’s College

Duration : 2-3 hours

Tour Cost: INR 1800 per person


Services of an English-speaking guide.

Pick up and drop form the hotel.

Entrance fee and donations to the temples.

Tea & Snacks.

A kit which includes a map of the area, a water bottle a surgical mask.


Items of a personal nature

Any purchase of food item for later use

Tips or gratuities for drivers or guide


You can cancel your trip 48 hours prior to departure and after that 50% cancellation fee will be charged.


This is a child-friendly tour and Kids up to the age of 12 years are included free of cost.


Shoes are also not allowed inside the temples or other holy places.

It is fine to wear western clothes but try to keep them modest. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees.

You will have to wear scarves on your head at Mosque and Sikh worship places i.e. Gurudwaras.