Specially Curated Photowalk at Humayun's Tomb
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 culinary experience for your taste buds and camera lenses as it combines a food 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.
A heritage photowalk at Humayun Tomb is a photographer's delight. A captivating and perfectly proportionate mausoleum which was built in the mid-16th century by Haji Begum, Humayun's Tomb brings together Persian and Mughal elements, creating a template that strongly influenced the Taj Mahal. The arched facade is inlaid with bands of white marble and red sandstone, and the building follows Islamic geometry to a tee, with special emphasis on the number eight.
Date of the Walk: 12th November 2016
Locations Covered: Isa Khans Tomb, Arab Sarai, Garden and Tomb of Bu Halima, Humayuns Tomb and Barbers Tomb
Time of the Walk: 7:30 am- 10 am
Duration of the Walk:2. 5 hours
Inclusions: Story-telling, Digital Photo drop box link, Mentor
- Please dress appropriately, revealing clothes may seem disrespectful and hurt people's sentiments.
- Please wear a comfortable pair of walking shoes or flip-flops.
- Please do not carry valuables.
- Keep yourself hydrated.
This walk is going to be an exciting experience.