Why our Walk?
One visitor described the Walk as “off the grid”.  We think this is a compliment, and we think it means roughly this:
Our guides are not from a mainstream background.  Although they are no longer street children –  they have gone through several years of study and exams since   …read more…

The Guides
We believe that there are parallels between our guides and the old city.  Both are about stories of survival, sometimes against the odds. We are building on the successful model of Salaam Baalak Trust’s City Walk, which has so far seen 13 SBT beneficiaries and 5 current guides  …read more…


Booking is required through one of the following methods:
by e-mail to walk@streetconnections.co.uk
by phone to (+91) 97177 26107, 84483 74195, 84473 47689. For details on times, numbers, cost, what to wear and bring, see practical information. Anything else, we’re more than happy to answer..

“Great experience, if you want to go away a little bit from the tourist circuit, this is the option. The walk is great, the places are amazing, the tea is excellent, but what really makes SC so special is the people who do it.”
–  Jorge R (April 2017)

“Our guide began the walk by referring to Old Delhi as the ‘chaotic’ side of Delhi. They did a brilliant job navigating through this chaos, delivering the stories that lay beneath and just helping us unearth the details of life in Old Delhi.  Throughout the walk, the guides remained patient, never once in a hurry to skip a spot or brush through a story. Best of all, not once in the duration of the walk did any of us feel unsafe. The guides made sure we navigated through bustling crowds of spice markets and other bazaars safely. The walk had just too much to offer and we are immensely grateful for the same.”
– Shagun (October 2022)

“Thank you for giving us such a special final day in Delhi. We were very moved to see the home and the work you do there. We also appreciated the knowledge, enthusiasm, and good humour that you both brought to the tour. To have covered everything from history (Mughal brickwork) to Obama-endorsed haute couture (the haveli garment factory) — without shying away from the difficulties faced by some of the population — was as impressive as it was affecting. It added vibrant technicolour to the thin pencil sketch of the city we had acquired over the previous three days.”
– Benn (February 2023)