Mumbai (formerly called Bombay) is a densely populated city on India’s west coast. A financial center, it's India's largest city. On the Mumbai Harbour waterfront stands the iconic Gateway of India stone arch, built by the British Raj in 1924. Offshore, nearby Elephanta Island holds ancient cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The city's also famous as the heart of the Bollywood film industry.
See Mumbai's best locations and tourist attractions in this six-hour tour with an English speaking guide t. This Mumbai. tour will make your comfortable with the life in Mumbai. You will be visiting Heritage places to iconic landmarks, to busy markets to taking a train ride of Mumbai. It's a day to remember at one of the world's most colourful and Vibrant cities. Please click on Book Now to know more about tour types Hotel near Mumbai Airport and central part of Mumbai will have a pick-up time of 8 am, our tour manager will be in lobby at 8am, for hotels in South Mumbai the pick-up time is 8:45 am Tour Variants Available Highlights Of Mumbai + Dharavi Slum Tour - This Tour includes a Private Sightseeing tour as well as a guided 2- Hour Walking tour of Dharavi Slum. Dharavi Slum tour will for sure break the stereotypes one has about the slums, its much more that a slum, its diverse communities co-existing in harmony. Highlights Of Mumbai + Elephanta Caves Tour - A tour perfect for Travellers interested in exploring centuries old caves and history lover. Includes Ferry tickets, Elephanta caves entrance fees, local taxes and a guided tour of the caves. Sightseeing & Street Food Tour : A tour ideal for Travellers who like to explore food the local way. On this tour you will try Street food that is popular throughout Mumbai. Private Sightseeing Tour for Cruise Ship Passengers - This Tour is specifically designed for Cruise Passengers who will be have a Pick-up and Drop-off at the Mumbai port and also we will also be making sure that Embarkation and Disembarkation time are taken care of and that you are back in-time at the port. Please note that all the above Tours include all Your entrance fees, Taxes, Tolls and Parking and that you do not need to pay any amount on the Day of the tour. The price includes a Private AC car with a Driver and a dedicated English Speaking Guide. Any of Our tours above does not include Prince of Wales Museum visit
Mumbai's Dharavi Slum is more than what meets the eye. Once your initial apprehensions are cast aside, you can open your eyes to a growing hive of life, living, and small businesses. Upon meeting your guide, you will head into Dharavi, where you will be able to experience the every day ongoings of this unique area. Numerous small businesses are thriving in every corner, from exotic soaps and handmade cosmetics, to pottery and textiles. Throughout your walk, you'll see how everyday life plays out with the members of the community within it. You'll see how they go to work, make their food, go home, and interact with everyone around them in this community. Along the way, you'll also learn the value of recycling. You'll see sourcing, treatment and reselling in the recycling process. It's a truly eye-opening experience in Mumbai.
What’s better than seeing Mumbai’s finest attractions? Seeing them during an exhilarating bike ride, of course! Go on a wonderful bike ride with an English speaking guide in the early hours and watch the city wake up as you explore Mumbai’s top attractions. You will be up bright and early to meet your guide and collect your bicycles before you head to the Gateway of India, built during the visit of King George V and the Queen Mary. You will then ride to the beautiful Gothic architectural sights on C.S.T. Station, which has been protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Then you will ride up to Panjra Pole, animal shelter where you won’t only learn about the local animal life but also learn about how cows are sacred and vital to local culture. Your next biking destination is at Mumbadevi Temple as you watch devotees offer gifts and prayers. Finally, you’ll pedal to the beautiful sights at Marine Drive and taste the breeze of the Arabian Sea. Upon returning to your meetup point, you’ll enjoy a delicious local breakfast and sip on masala chai, the perfect way to cap off your riding experience.
Indulge yourself in some of India's best food with this 2.5-hour night food tour of Mumbai, which gives you a sample of the city's most popular dishes! Walk through Mumbai's busy streets and discover the best food stalls and restaurants with the help of your foodie guide. Taste a variety of different Indian dishes such as Pav Bhaji, spicy vegetable curry with a soft bread roll, and Dosa, an Indian pancake made with fermented batter. Learn about the local food culture and traditions as you explore the Fort area, right before you stop by a British-era restaurant for the Berry Pulao, rice pilaf with a refreshing combination of sweet and sour berries! Cap off the food tour with a visit to an 80-year old dessert shop to satisfy your sweet tooth, right before the tour ends at Churchgate.
Elephanta Caves is a must-see destination for history buffs or archaeology afficionados who would like to see true excavations pertaining to the ancient histories of India. From the Gateway of India, your tour will ride a ferry to the island where the Elephanta Caves are found. You will climb 120 steps to the plateau where these caves can be entered. There are seven major excavations in the area, and you'll be able to explore the history behind the artifacts and structures found therein. There is a spacious hall supported by huge pillars, which are characteristic of architecture of the 6th and 7th centuries. A massive three-headed Shiva sculpture stands therein, which is one of the major attractions in the caves. You will be able to explore 3 caves, each with a unique feature: one is a large Hindu Cave, the other is a Buddhist cave, and the final one is a cave dedicated to the God Shiva. You will discover a beautiful cultural heritage site and gain deeper understanding of India's religious history.
A must do tour of Mumbai. This is an off-beat 4 hour tour where you will see Mumbai from a wide angle, a variety of places to visit with the mode of travelling will be walking and public transport. You will see the historic sites with their relevant Gothic architecture, the cultural side of Mumbai where you will see people offering their prayers and morning rituals. You will also take a local train ride, however you need not worry about the crowds as you will be traveling on non-busy routes. Dharavi guided tour and insider tour of Dhobighat and get to see Dabbawallas at Churchgate(Lunch box Delivery ). It's like serving Mumbai on a plate. You will be visiting Dhobighat from Inside and not just from Outside This tour is a true experience of the Vibrant Colors of Mumbai that gives you valuable insight into everyday life and should not be missed
Escape the hullabaloo in Mumbai with this one-day side trip to Vasai, a beautiful beach destination just outside of Mumbai. You and your guide will take a train out to the town, where you'll have the choice of renting a bike or taking an air-conditioned vehicle to Vasai Fort. You'll then get to go to a local person's house for snacks, followed by a visit to an old church, lunch, and a wood carving demonstration.
Go on an early morning tour to learn about the rich history and culture of Mumbaikars. Visit Iskcon Temple (Hare Rama Hare Krishna Temple) to experience the spiritual side of Mumbai. Visit Dhobighat ( Laundry bay) Visit Mumbai’s flower alley, renowned for garlands of saffron-colored marigolds and red roses. Also explore the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Possibly the most architectural stunning building in India, Victoria Terminus Railway Station, now CST, sees a record of six hundred and sixty thousand footfalls daily, making it the busiest station in Mumbai. At dawn, the CST station also serves as the city's largest newspaper sorting area. Visit the stunning Sassoon Dock where you can see the original habitants of Mumbai, the Koli people (Fisherfolk) live their daily life and also witness 100s of fishing boats coloured in different colours. An English speaking guide will be there to guide you through this tour. Pick up from airport or North Mumbai will attract additional charges
Foodies visiting Mumbai will have an amazing day sampling the very best foods that the city has to offer with this day tour! From your hotel, you'll be brought to the Indian Spice Market, which is a marvelous location that introduces you to a vast array of spices. The range of spices both whole and ground down, both local and popular blends, have made Mumbai famous. While here, you'll visit local snacks from fine street food vendors and even visit a family restaurant that gives you delicious traditional homestyle snacks. Your trip then takes you to Dhobi Ghaat, the biggest open air laundry in Asia, so you can try some tasty masala chai made of ginger and spices, before you take a train to South Mumbai to Chowpatty Beach. Here, you'll sample local delicacies like Sevpuri, Paani puri, Bhel puri (a dish made of puffed rice, vegetables and tamarind sauce), and Pav Bhaaji for the curry afficionados. After eating your fill, you'll make stops at the CST train station, Gateway of India, and Crawford Market where you'll be able to shop for items you'd like to take home with you. Dinner follows at a famous family restaurant with traditional Indian specialty dishes. Your day of sampling culinary delights is capped by dessert at an 80-year-old dessert shop. A truly amazing journey that will get your taste buds tingling!