Join this 2 hours market tour and experience the everlasting charm of Mumbai. The tour begins from Regal Cinema at around 03:30 PM. Explore the market area that showcases an Archetypal-Gothic architecture.
Serving the Mumbaikers since the British era, Crawford Market has now become one of the ideal fruit and vegetable markets in Mumbai.
Post this, visit the Mangaldas Market or the ‘Mecca’ for fashion designers, and witness how fashion statements from different corners of the world gets blended together.Also, get soaked into the delightful and exotic aroma of a 100 year old flower market known as the Flower Gallia.
Moving further, seek blessings from Goddess Mumbadevi with a visit to her temple and by the end of the tour, make it to Bombay Panjarpole, a home to several species of stray animals. With your arrival at Madhav Baug in Bhuleshwar, this lively walking trail comes to an end.
Discover a side of Dharavi beyond its ignominious distinction of being known as the largest slum in Asia.
Witness how it is home to multitudes of home-based businesses which churn out a wide range of goods and products.
Its residents are natives of various parts of India and yet exist harmoniously as one unit to face adverse living conditions with a determination to earn a decent living.
This tour takes approximately 6 hours to cover Dharavi and its neighboring points of interest. It starts from Nowroji Fardonji Road, Colaba, concludes at Leopold Café.
The tour has two starting time slots of 9:15 am & 1:30 pm that you can choose from Churchgate Station/ 10 am or 2:30 pm from Mahim Station. Once you are picked up from the starting point, you would be driven to Dhobi Ghat at Mahalaxmi which is a big open-air laundry where washermen can be seen scrubbing away clothes diligently.
On reaching Dharavi, you would be taken to the community centre where young adults of the area are provided with educational skills like learning English and computers.
As you walk through the narrow alleys with small shanties on either side, you would come across several businesses run within these small scale industries.
The wide range of activities conducted here includes waste recycling, pottery making, embroidery, leather tanning, baking, soap and poppadom making.
Afterwards you would get to observe a local resident’s house followed by going to Kumbharwada or the potters’ colony where you get to see pots being made of unfired clay.
At the end of this visit, you would be driven back to Leopold café in Colaba.
Get a glimpse of life on the Southern side of this mesmerizing island city over half a day through half day Mumbai tour.
At around 10:00 AM, a tour guide will pick you up from your hotel/any other location on a private vehicle. Head to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus.
Overflowing with people, this Gothic structure is modeled on the lines of the St Pancreas Station in London. For the art lover, its carved stone friezes, stained glass windows and flying buttresses are worth marveling over. A pride of the city, the top of the central dome stands the triumphant figure of Progress.
Move on to Flora Fountain, yet another cherished Raj era architectural beauty standing at a busy five-point intersection in the heart of the commercial Fort area. Depicting Roman Water Goddess Flora, the piece is a pleasing white structure with a fusion of water, architecture, and sculpture.
Drive to Mumbai's most famous monument Gateway of India and experience the business district of Nariman Point where Mumbai’s populous strives to maintain its position of being India’s Commercial Capital. From here drive on the beautiful, well laid out boulevard of Marine Drive, the most visible and oft highlighted landmark of Mumbai.
Arrive at Hanging Gardens on Malabar Hills from Marine Drive. Perched atop just the Kamala Nehru Park, these terraced gardens offer a fascinating view of the island megapolis with the expanse of the Arabian Sea. Also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Garden, this vast green cover is built on a water reservoir and is chockfull with green bushes, trees and animal-shaped topiaries. Make sure not to miss the Old Woman’s Shoe or Boot House, a stone structure, which is extremely popular with children.
Stop over at Mani Bhavan, a poignant two-storied residence of Mahatma Gandhi on his visits to Bombay.
Arrive at Prince of Wales Museum [Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sanghralaya], counted among the best and most well maintained museums in Mumbai boasts of a huge collection of artifacts from across India and the world.
Last halt on this half a day tour puts you face-to-face with Mumbai’s most unique feature ! The 140 year old open to air Laundromat, Dhobi Ghat.
Your half day Mumbai tour ends here. Drive back to your drop location.
From a port city, Mumbai has transformed itself as a destination with
flourishing markets, big business houses and many different communities.
It is a reflection of a cosmopolitan upswing combined with a trendy
atmosphere rarely seen elsewhere. It formidably stands as an innovative face of
the ever-changing India.
Your exploration of this awe-inspiring location will never seize to amaze
you! From beautiful architectural wonders to the world’s most expensive home,
from a local food stall to fine dines, from the streets to the high streets;
all your wishes will be fulfilled in this city!
This 8 hours Mumbai day tour activity will give you an exclusive
opportunity to closely experience the real Mumbai and its magnanimous
lifestyle. The fun and excitement begins at around 10:00AM with your pick-up
from the hotel.
The first destination to visit within this delightful tour will be the
Victoria Terminus or the V.T Station. A testimony to the colonial era of
Mumbai, this Gothic architecture reflects the aura and essence of a bygone era.
Post this, you will be visiting the Flora Fountain followed by the Gateway
of India. Situated at the heart of the Fort area, this historic fountain was
erected in the memory of Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere, the then Governor of
On the other hand, the Gateway of India was built to honour the arrival of
King George V and Queen Mary’s arrival in India. Both these structures are now
considered as major landmarks of the city.
Along with a glance at the history, you will also witness the commercial
aspect of Mumbai with a visit to the Nariman Point.
Located at the southern end of Marine Drive, your next destination and one
of the most dazzling points in the city, Nariman Point got its name from
Khurshee Framji Narimana, a Parsi pioneer who dreamt of retrieving land from
Marine Drive in Mumbai is a cult among the visitors as well as the locals
of Mumbai. While visiting this 3km coastline, gaze onto the multi-million
dollar buildings, striking esplanade and other striking monuments; but the most
amazing feature of Marine Drive is the jolly crowd!
Hanging Garden, Mani Bhavan, Prince of Wales Mueum, Haji Ali Dargah, Dhobi
Ghat, Juhu Beach, Mount Mary Church and Mahalaxmi Temple will also be visited
after Marine Drive. All these places have their own rustic charm, and cannot be
missed during any of the Mumbai tours.
With the completion of all the places, you will be dropped back at your
hotel; with this, this exciting Mumbai sightseeing tour will come to an