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Hyderabadi Dawat

If you are one of those people who plan their travel schedule around food shops and restaurants, then this tour is cooked up just for you. Explore the known food markets, understand this region's food history and participate in some of the cooking. Hyderabad is one of the frequented tourist cities in India for its unique and rich culture, tradition and hues of Nizams. Visit to Hyderabad is incomplete without talking about its food - a rich blend of royal Mughlai flavours, Nizams special, and spice-up culinary traditions of South India.

Price Starting From Rupees26,349/-* pp


  • Learn about the history of Golconda fort & enjoy sound & light show.
  • Explore Charminar - The amazing blend of Indo-Islamic architecture.
  • View the magnificent global collection of art objects and antiques at Salar Jung Museum.
  • Experience one Interactive Cookery Demonstration & Dinner.
  • Ramoji Film City - A magical realm filled with excitement and wonderful surprises at every turn.

Best Season:

October - March

  • Day Wise Itinerary
  • Other Optional Sightseeing’s
  • Notes
  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4


Welcome to Hyderabad, the city of Nizams.

On arrival in Hyderabad, you will be transferred to your hotel.

Enjoy the Hyderabadi delicacies and relax at the hotel. Later in evening proceed to Golconda Fort, one of the famous forts of India. The glorious past of the Fort is narrated effectively with matchless Sound and Light effects. The unique Sound & Light show takes you right back in time, when Golconda was full of life, glory and grandeur. Post enjoying the sound & light show proceed to the hotel for dinner.

Overnight in Hyderabad.


This morning, after breakfast proceed for Charminar. An amazing blend of Indo-Islamic architecture, Charminar represents the glorious history of the city. If you are a art lover and enjoy exploring the grandeur of decades old architecture, then not only Charminar, pay a visit to Mecca Masjid and Qutub Shahi Tomb the finest examples of Shahi architecture. Post sightseeing proceed for lunch in Ulavacharu, serves you the best of Andhra, North Indian and Chinese cuisine. Recommended delicacies here are Aavakaya Biryani, Kotha Kodi Vepudu, Prawns Iguru and Mutton Curry. Followed by the lunch, proceed to Salar Jung Museum. The Museum has a magnificent global collection of art objects and antiques not only of Indian origin, but mostly from countries Western, a sizeable collection hails from Middle Eastern and Far Eastern origins. Apart from these, there is a children's section, a rich reference library which contains reference books, large collection of rare manuscripts etc. After exploring the Salar Jung Museum move forward for the interactive cookery demonstration at the Paradise Food Court in Hyderabad. Paradise Food Court is the home of authentic Hyderabadi cuisine, a landmark that lent its name to the neighbourhood. With a unique blend of tradition and innovation, their Chefs bring the exquisite culinary marvels from the royal courts of Nizams to people around the world. Enjoy the delicacies prepared for dinner and return to the hotel.

Overnight in Hyderabad


This morning start your day with breakfast and proceed for Ramoji Film City, a magical realm filled with excitement and wonderful surprises at every turn. Ramoji Film city in Hyderabad is the world’s largest integrated film studio complex at over 9,000 acres of land in the world as certified by Guinness World Record. It is also a popular tourism and recreation centre, containing both natural and artificial attractions including an amusement park. Here you can see lush green landscape and scenery that consists of hills, gardens and lakes. Enjoy the guided tour of Ramoji Film City in Non A/c Coach. Proceed for Lunch in Dil Se (Restaurant inside Ramoji). Return to your hotel and relax. Later in evening proceed for dinner in Sahib Sindh Sultan. This restaurant serves you the best of Mughlai and North Indian delicacies. Also it is known for its Pullman-style carriageway, reminiscent of a mix of the traditions of Indian royalty and the British Raj.

Overnight in Hyderabad

Depart Home With The Taste Of Delicacies Of Hyderabad

Today bid farewell to your 'Hyderabadi Dawat' tour depart home with the delectable and a lingering taste of Hyderabadi Biryani.

Notes -  

  • On Day 01, lunch will be served to guests checking in at the resort on OR before 1400 hours.


  • Barbeque Nation - Hyderabad's Barbeque Nation offers a fun and engaging dining experience. A dinner here starts with a pre-fixed menu of five barbecued starters, which are the real draw of all Barbeque Nation's outlets.
  • Bawarchi - Bawarchi is another Hyderabad chain of restaurants that locals love and flock to for some of this ubiquitous, rice-based staple. Several variants of Biryani are up for grabs, including a vegetarian option, but in the most popular recipe the basmati rice is seasoned with succulent bits of marinated mutton meat.
  • Pragati Gully - Pragati Gully is one of the most famous lanes for breakfast in Sultan Bazaar, Hyderabad.
  • Maharaja Chat & Gokul Chat - Featured in Street Food Collection. A decent place for eating Pani Puri and Chat.
  • Gufaa Ohri’s Cuisine Court - The themed restaurant's rocky walls are designed to resemble the inside of a cave. Sculptures of animal heads like elephants and tigers are hung on the walls here and there, plant roots and branches creep up the rocks, a large-sized mural mimics Neanderthal man's ancient drawings, as dim lighting plunges the restaurant in half darkness.
  • Rayalaseema Ruchulu - Voted Best in Andhra Cuisine 6 years in a row since 2009 by Times Good Food, Rayalaseema Ruchulu is a must visit for locals and visitors alike in Hyderabad!
  • Sindhi Colony - If you want to taste of different state in Hyderabad style then you should defiantly visit Sindhi Colony. Here one can get Punjabi, Guajarati and Bombay Chat to Italian food.


  • Necklace Road - One of the prominent tourist spots of Hyderabad, Necklace Road presents a fun filled yet calm environment to spend some relaxed moments.
  • Hussain Sagar Lake - Boating and water sports are a regular feature in the Hussain sagar. One of the World’s tallest monolithic statues of the Buddha stands on the ‘Rock of Gibraltar’, in the middle of the lake.
  • Shilparamam - Shilpa Sandhya Vedika (Night Bazar) is one of its kind tourism projects in India. Primarily designed to promote Indian culture, tradition and genuine craftsmanship. Also an entire village has been made showing realistic -looking sculptures of villagers carrying out their traditional crafts. You can also find a rock museum which contains natural rock formations that allegedly look life-like.
  • Nehru Zoological Park - The Park is run by the Forest department, Govt, Of Andhra Pradesh. It is a 380 acres zoo located near Mir Alam Tank in Hyderabad. Nearly 100 species of birds, animals and reptiles are housed at the zoo. The zoo has Children's train trip which runs along most part of the zoo and other notable safari trips like Lion Safari, Tiger Safari, Bear Safari, and Butterfly Safari.
  • B.M. Birla Planetarium and Science & Technological Museum - The Planetarium organizes shows in Telugu and one show in Hindi. Each show at the planetarium lasts 35 min and is interesting. There is a Dinosaurium at the upper level which contains a complete skeleton of a dinosaur Kotasaurus yamanpalliensis discovered in the village of Yemanapalli in 1988.
  • Chowmahalla Palace - One of the popular sightseeing places in Hyderabad. Chowmahalla Palace houses the Clock Tower, Council Hall and Roshan Bungalow inside it.
By Air : The nearest airport is at Hyderabad (30 kms).
By Rail : The nearest railheads are Hyderabad railway station (5 kms), Secunderabad railway station
  (10 kms) and Kachiguda railway station (10 kms).
By Road : Hyderabad is connected by road with Vijayawada 280 kms.
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