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Salaam Baalak Trust City Walk

#141 of 1,812 Tours in New Delhi
New Delhi, India
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About Salaam Baalak Trust City Walk
The walk is taken by the former street children who were supported by Salaam Baalak Trust. The guided tour is of almost 2 hours which starts from New Delhi Railway Station and ends at one of the shelter homes of the charity . The guides while taking you through the narrow colurful alleys of Paharganj gives you an insight about the history of the area and the exposure to street life. The real stories of resilience of these young guides is something to look forward to. We invite you to come and join our walk.
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Margot D wrote a review 20 Jun
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This city walk is very interesting because it is leaded by former street children. It is also a good opportunity to better understand the life in the street but also the work of the NGO Salaam Baalak Trust, who rescues those children.
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Date of experience: April 2022
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Rachel B wrote a review 17 Jun
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Kajal an AJ were amazing! So professional and well spoken. Very interesting to learn about the history of the Salaam Baalak Trust and all of their amazing work, however was hoping for a little more of a walking tour of Delhi/surrounding areas. Kajal and AJ were great and even helped us at the end with directions and recommendations for our next stop. Will be recommending them to my family and friends.
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Date of experience: April 2022
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mansi s wrote a review 16 Jun
Shimla, India1 contribution1 helpful vote
Rekha is a very good guide. She took me for a site visit in delhi. It was a good walk which gave us insights about the hard truth of life and it was good to interact with people and catching good energies with postive vibes. I recommend Rekha to be your guide becuause she is a kind loving person to be with and to go for a walk.
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Date of experience: May 2022
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Stephanie L wrote a review 8 Jun
Jurong East, Singapore13 contributions3 helpful votes
I planned this itinerary 1 week before my trip to India, Ajay and Rekha were extremely friendly and helpful. With the experience of being ex street children , they shared me on the daily routine of being a street children on the busy Delhi street, the survival skills and challenges the children are facing. I enjoyed the visit guided by them to the boys home and shelters as well, learning about local culture. This little trip is highly recommended to anyone who would like to experience local life , as well as knowing more about the street children.
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Date of experience: June 2022
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Andy B wrote a review 6 Jun
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Very informative and personal walk! The tour gives an opportunity to dive into the reality which lies behind the touristic attractions and „go to places“. The guides were absolutely fluent in english, well spoken and created a very friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Overall it was a touching experience, especially through hearing their personal stories. Seeing first hand what this great organisation can achieve for children and how ambitious they are to use their opportunities, left me with a lot of inspiration. I can totaly recommend the city walk! Support the great work the people of Salaam Baalak Trust are doing (:
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Date of experience: May 2022
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