What To Expect

Mumbai is known for many things, and one of the most noteworthy characteristics of the city is its distinct mix of culture and religion. This day trip brings you to Mumbai's most famous temples, all of which are hallmarks not just of the locals' religion, but also marks of how they affect daily life. From your hotel pickup you will head to the flower markets of the city, and discover how it's the source of all the flowers that you will find offered or gifted throughout the city. It's a true glimpse into the religion and local culture of the city of Mumbai.,next The golden roof of the Siddhivinayak Temple is your next breathtaking sight, and it is dedicated to the elephant god Ganesh.You will then proceed to Mahalaxmi Temple, where the Hindu goddess Adi Shakti, the goddess of knowledge, stands in multiple incarnations.   Then, you will see the Jain Temple at Malabar Hill where many of the locals come to pray. At the Babulnath Temple, you will see the oldest architecture among all the temples and see the devotees from far and wide making their offerings to Shiva, their God Lord. To end your day, you will head to the Iskon Temple where you'll hear its daily, hypnotic chanting visit 

4 Hours 20 Sep, 21 Sep, 22 Sep, and more
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Transportation by air conditioned car
  • English speaking guide
  • Bottled drinking water and snacks

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Anything not mentioned in Inclusions


  • 5:30am explore the city's biggest flower markets
  • 6:00am  visit the massive and iconic Siddhivinayak temple dedicated to the elephant God Ganesh
  • 6:30   drive to Mahalaxmi temple incarnations of the Hindu goddess Adi Shakti
  • 6:45am visit the Jain Temple in Malabar Hill where people of Jain community pray
  • 7:15am arrive at the reknown Babulnath temple, one of the oldest in the city and witness devotees offer milk to Hindu God Lord Shiva
  • 8:00am drive to Mahalaxmi temple incarnations of the Hindu goddess Adi Shakti
  • 8.15am Iskcon Temple, where you will hear chants and people from all parts of the world, living a monks life and giving services to the temple
  • 9;15am approximate time of drop off to your hotel