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8/29/2022
Cameron Wasilewsky
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2022
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Enjoyed the experience, but would want more detail on the stops to tell me what to do, or any secret
7/24/2022
PRAKASH B
24
Jul
2022
5
5
Rocking performance bro
7/14/2022
Katiee Pery
14
Jul
2022
5
5
love this experience
7/4/2022
Erik Desousa
4
Jul
2022
5
5
superb Experience
7/4/2022
Ema Watson
4
Jul
2022
5
5
beautiful experience
7/3/2022
frank steve
3
Jul
2022
5
5
Perfect Experience
7/2/2022
Miler Steward
2
Jul
2022
5
5
Nice Experience
7/2/2022
david macroons
2
Jul
2022
5
5
Loved this experience
6/19/2022
Hari Ilona
19
Jun
2022
5
5
Nice Experince
6/19/2022
George Shallow
19
Jun
2022
5
5
Nice Experience
6/18/2022
Arham Shahzad
18
Jun
2022
5
5
excellent experience, Loved it
6/11/2022
Martin Lewis
11
Jun
2022
3
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Would give 5 stars if more details were present
6/11/2022
Leone Ma
11
Jun
2022
5
5
Loved this experience
6/11/2022
Eva Malcom
11
Jun
2022
4
4
Very Nice Expereince
6/10/2022
Chris Shanlin
10
Jun
2022
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Loved this experiencw
6/4/2022
Shane Dana
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2022
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5/29/2022
Emily Edwards
29
May
2022
5
5
Wow such a great tour
5/26/2022
John Triwest
26
May
2022
5
5
this needs more information, i mean there are some things that i think are missing
4/15/2022
Mrinaank Sinha
15
Apr
2022
5
5
Loved reading about the background of all these places. Keep it up, looking forward to more info!
4/8/2022
Priyanshi Srivastava
8
Apr
2022
5
5
Amazing! Can’t wait to visit Delhi
2/9/2022
Priyanshi Srivastava
9
Feb
2022
5
5
11/3/2021
Koua Kouapaolew
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2021
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Dhruv Gupta from Old Delhi
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I am Dhruv Gupta,MBA with 25 yrs experience in tourism industry. Founder-Masterji Kee Haveli Tourism

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Cameron Wasilewsky
8/29/2022
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Enjoyed the experience, but would want more detail on the stops to tell me what to do, or any secret
8/29/2022
PRAKASH B
7/24/2022
5
Rocking performance bro
7/24/2022
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