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Duration: 2.5 hours
Location: Mohammad Shah Sayyid’s Tomb, Bada Gumbad Gateway and Mosque, Shish Gumbad, Sikandar Lodi’s Garden Tomb, Athpula Bridge.
Price: INR 2000 per person
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Explore the built legacy of the Lodi’s against the backdrop of a lush landscape, shrouded in nature, history and greenery.

Specially Curated Photowalk at Lodhi Garden

Photowalking partner Canon

PhotoWalking by ‘India City Walks’

PhotoWalking has been launched by ‘India City Walks’ in collaboration with Canon, a company that offers a comprehensive range of over 200 sophisticated and contemporary digital imaging products in the country. This is an enriching heritage experience that combines a heritage walk with professional photography lessons on how to enhance your creative perspective, click amazing pictures and develop a unique photographic style. With a mission to offer engaging interactions with local cultures and with Sachin Bansal as the Chief Explorer and Founder, ‘India City Walks’ is already redefining the art of showcasing travel and tourism excellence of India to the world.

The park sits away from the hustle and bustle of the city with vast amount of green cover mixed with structures dating back to the 19th century, therefore the appropriate location to indulge in some nature photography. The old structures of Sikander Lodi and the Bad Gumbad mosque stand surrounded by beautiful flowers and bright green grass with tall trees which naturally provides for a postcard worthy picture.

  • Highlights

    • The rays of a rapidly ascending sun peeking through the tree cover over the Athpula Bridge presents that rare moment which if captured is beautiful enough to make a tear roll down your cheeks. Capture such moments and more on one of our photo walks.

    • Seize the best moments as you learn to control the lighting so that it affects the picture the way you want it to.

    • Receive expert advice from our explorers and professional photographers to click pictures in appropriate angles that receive focus on the objects you wish to express through your pictures.

    • Critique sessions, guidance and discussions in an interactive exciting environment by Canon professionals.

  • Details

    Locations Covered: Mohammad Shah Sayyid’s Tomb, Bada Gumbad Gateway and Mosque, Shish Gumbad, Sikandar Lodi’s Garden Tomb, Athpula Bridge.

    Date of the Walk: 11th December 2016

    Meeting Point: Gate no. 1, Lodhi Garden

    Time of the Walk: 7:30 am- 10 am

    Duration of the Walk: 2.5 hours

    Price of the Walk: With Refreshments: Rs 2000/- per person


  • Guidelines

    • Please wear a comfortable pair of walking shoes or flip-flops.

    • Please do not carry valuables.

    • Carry an umbrella in case of rainy weather.

    • Keep yourself hydrated.

  • Terms and Conditions

    • Walkers walk at their own risk.

    • While every care is taken to ensure your safety on our walks there is always risks involved in outdoor activities such as walking and we cannot accept – any liability for accident or injury which may occur on these walks.

    • Suitable walking clothing and footwear must be worn as our walks are mostly off road.

    • We retain the right to refuse a walker on a walk if we deem footwear unsafe.

    • If for any reason we cancel the walk we will provide a full refund.

    • We endeavour to walk in all weathers but we reserve the right to cancel walks where we feel it is in the interest of safety.

    • Many of our walks involve city in-roads and for that reason we retain the right to alter the walking route at any time.

    • * No refunds will be made for cancellations, no-shows, and unused portions of the program unless the space can be filled.


To capture the city’s buzz in a short span of time we have curated ‘Photo Walking’  experiences.  

For a private tour please contact us at +91 9899692790 | or you can visit for more details.

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