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Pete For India Travel

New Delhi, India
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About Pete For India Travel
Pete For India is a non-profit initiative, based in New Delhi, India and operating across the North of India.80 Percent of Profits from all of our ventures go directly towards our Non-governmental organisation (NGO) Pete(Providing Education To Everyone) to benefit the local communities and people. Our Charitable tours incorporate exploration of exciting locations while supporting local, grassroots education projects and women's empowerment programs in New Delhi, Uttrakhand.
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Small- Group Delhi Slum Walking Tour

Ever interested in how people survive and live their life in slums? This walk is organised by Pete For India Travel to support a sister concern NGO and registered non-profit organization called PETE India (Providing Education to Everyone).80% of the proceeds go to support our projects. Participants will accompany a guide through the maze of small streets and alleys slum in West Delhi for 2 hours. He will show you how millions of people live their lives in the slums of Delhi each day. While in the slum, you'll have the opportunity (if you wish) to have traditional tea with a family during which they can share their personal story of survival and life in the slums. You will visit the 5 Centres that Money from the tour directly support and meet the students and teachers.The aim of this walk is not to "visit" or make poverty a "tourist attraction", but is to exchange experiences with people, allowing the locals a rare opportunity to interact with foreigners if they wish.
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2 to 3 hours
from US$ 15.64

Foodies Walk Through Old Delhi

Get an authentic Indian experience with delicious street food tastings, walks around the old city and a peek into Indian spirituality
Experience Delhi for what it is known - its local Indian street food
Enjoy local foods such as Chaats, Chole Bhatura, Chicken dishes and variety of Indian sweets
Explore the hidden wonders of Old Delhi which many may not be aware of and get an insight into real Delhi life
Learn about different religions, rich cultures and values and chaos of the majestic city..Our tours are unique because they’re not just about food. While enjoying the tastings is a key part of our tours, our guides also make the effort to stress the importance of each item tasted and how it ties into the history and culture of our country.”
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4 to 5 hours
from US$ 37.25

Foodies Walk Through New Delhi

Experience how the native dishes have evolved as you move from the bustling streets of Paharganj to the heart of Delhi, Connaught Place. Paharganj, located in Central Delhi,Patel nagar

Includes: Coffee,Soups(tomato and mushroom ,Delhi Snacks (Chola bhaturas,aloochaat,chola kulchas) icecreams,samosas and many more

For meat lovers you will get to taste chicken and mutton Kababs in end of tour
Promotional offer: For Group of 4 people pick/drop by car from hotel in delhi free

Duration 4 to 5 hours
Includes:Guide,Snacks,Coffee,Soups,Mineral water bottles,Food,Sweets And much more

Please Note - In our food walks sweets have been really appreciated by guests along with snacks so we order extra and pack them and give it to guests so that they enjoy the unforgettable taste once again and remember us for the walk :)
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4 to 5 hours
from US$ 37.25

Same Day Agra

See the wonderful Taj Mahal in only one day. Decide between sunrise and sunset visit. We are offering you the best way for an uncomplicated and comfort experience. Our Tour Guide will provide you all the information you want to know about Taj Mahal and India.
You will definitely enjoy this day !
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10 to 12 hours
from US$ 134.08
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delgross wrote a review Mar 2020
Big Pine Key, Florida8 contributions2 helpful votes
Absolutely do this. I spent three weeks in India and this was a highlight. Your western values may make you think this is the wrong thing to do. It is not! These tours are run by a non corrupt NGO in Delhi. They need your help and use these tours to educate and finance education for the young. Not just book learning and school like you imagine it but the dissemination of skills that you would take for granted or have no need for. The will take you to see the real deal. People with nothing. You should see it. These people will not resent you and they don't want your pity. They are proud and were just as interested in me as I was in them. Not that I am ignorant but I learned the true sense of karma during my few hours with these people. They are absolutely no different than you are I but are simply unfortunate. Learn from them and help them at the same time. I am a bit time traveler and this was one of the best experiences I have had ever.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gbeks wrote a review Mar 2020
Jerusalem, Israel9 contributions6 helpful votes
We actually did three tours with PETE led ably by Bheem and assisted by his friend Ashwani: the Slum Walk, the Old Delhi tour, and an experience with locals for Holi. The Slum walk was interesting -- Bheem leads a personal and sincere tour through the slum. It was cool to go with a local on a tour of Old Delhi because they know all the best places to sample food, and the coolest lookouts. Our Holi experience was very cool -- authentic as we actually went to a local house and had a chance to "play Holi" from the rooftops. It was an authentic experience that one could not get any other way. Thank you Bheem and Ashwani!!!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Peter_von_e wrote a review Feb 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark24 contributions13 helpful votes
We went on the tour today. What a fantastic experience. We were aware the tour wasn't in our natural environment, but with our guide we felt safe throughout the tour. We were able to get a rare glimpse into what seems to be inherently Indian, very rough and life affirming at the same time. Life isn't easy, but there's hope. Thanks for letting us experience this.
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Philip R wrote a review Nov 2019
Bangkok, Thailand2 contributions3 helpful votes
That was my 2nd foodtour with PETE and I had high expectations. In the end I was super happy and they were exceeded. I booked the New Delhi Food Tour this time and had amazing 4 hrs. My girlfriend and I meet the founder Shiva in a local kindergarden, which is run by the foundation. After some delicious Masala Chai tea we had 5 stops a different local restaurants, ranging from hidden street food vendors to delicious BBQ shops. If you really look for some authentic food tour, I can highly recommend it. Thanks again to Shiva for showing us around. It would have been impossible on our own, as you never know which street food shops are hygienic.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Shannon S wrote a review Nov 2019
10 contributions1 helpful vote
My husband and I booked this walk through Old Delhi, specifically with Pete because of what they do for the community. We expected everything to be busy, as we were there during Diwali. As such, we also knew that old Delhi and Chandni Chowk would be busy with people shopping. Shiva and a young trainee met us and took us through a decent walk of old Delhi, where we had plenty of food and even visited a Sikh Temple, which we wouldn't have done on our own. Both of them were very patient in the chaos that was Diwali. The tour was decent, but a little uncomfortable, which is where our only issues come into play. Shiva was on his phone quite a bit, which is unprofessional. His trainee was eager to do well, but very shy, and also a bit uncomfortable with the fact his boss was on the phone a lot. The most irritating thing though was when we asked more about Pete and the communities they serve, he just responded, "uh yeah around here". That doesn't really tell me anything. I think the foundation is great and the basic building blocks are there, but if you're going to offer legitimate tours, you need to work on customer service a bit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from PeteF594, General Manager at Pete For India Travel
Responded 13 Nov 2019
Hi, Shannon thanks for the review,diwali is a busy time for everybody as celebrations starts many days before and as also time to buy gifts, sweets and bonus to people who work with us whole year and that need guidance during the tour call came 2 or 3 times regarding that and explained u abt it and also I believe work abt anything cannot be explained in words or story as long as u don't see it by your own eyes and feel it..Among all the crowd where no space even for standing is there and going thru places can only explain abt the things you were seeing by your eyes and explained as well abt it but advice u as well to join our charity tour if want to know more abt it and see by your eyes..I really feel uncomfortable explaining abt what the foundation does feels like praising myself as one of the founder, also never said (uh around here ) (what does it means? don't make sense) maybe u misunderstand among all the noises and crowd I am sorry for the misunderstanding and suggest if guest want to know more abt foundation they can visit our school and spend sometime with kids and can serve them them food(prepared everyday by our cooks) and practice poems and numbers with them to have a individual experience..we hope to see ur husband and u again on your next visit to india..Thanks once Again for taking our tour..
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