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14 July 2019
It is an treat to explore this area. We went when monsoon was at its peak. It is 7km one side to reach to main waterfall. You get to witness an amazing waterfall while crossing through river thrice, wa...
13 December 2018
Came to Mumbai from Pune for some work and I wanted to explore the city, but didn’t really know where all to go, so I decided to book this tour online. The meet up place was easy to find, and I felt re...
09 April 2015
Many unknown and unseen pictures of Mumbai was revealed during our tour. In today's world, we are so much attracted towards all the glamour and hardly bother about those faces who brings us these glamo...
16 May 2019
"it was one of the best trip ever I had, breakfast and lunch was awesome, staff is very cooperative and friendly "
20 May 2019
"Lovely track.. Love it"
30 August 2017
An energetic night tour of Mumbai I have ever done. It was a creation of new friendships. People from different parts of the city were in the group. Though I am from Mumbai itself, I never found Mumbai...
22 November 2017
Mumbai is a city of dreams. Many people come here to fulfill their dreams of becoming something. Some of the dreams get fulfilled while others remain in the eyes only. The people who are in the second ...
16 December 2018
We went to this camping as a group of 10 people. All of us were collegemates and after a long time we were getting together for something special. So New Year came and one of our friends suggested this...
30 August 2017
I have been staying in Mumbai for 2 years now but never explored the markets here. So I booked this amazing market tour in Mumbai. The tour started from Regal Cinema at around 03:30 PM. It was ana amaz...
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What You Should Know More About Sightseeing in Mumbai
Mumbai is frequented by tourists all throughout the year. However, the winter months from November to February are best for outdoor activities and sightseeing. The days are cool and the temperature at night seldom drops below 10 degrees.
Mumbai is full of beautiful places to visit and roam around:
Mumbai is known as the city of dreams and is quite a tourist destination.
Keep two-three days for sightseeing. Most of the sight-seeing places are in South Mumbai, so visit all these places together. A visit to the Elephanta caves and the Film City will take half a day. If you plan to visit Essel World, then keep one more day as it takes a full day to explore all the rides.
A quick sightseeing tour will give you a perspective of the city. ‘Mumbai Darshan’ provides taxi services with complete city tours. You can book the car of your choice depending on your budget.
The car will pick you up at 9 AM and drop you back to the hotel/guest house by evening 7 PM. The Mumbai Darshan Tour by the state government will take you to about 60 sight-seeing destinations in AC buses/taxi with experienced guides, who give a running commentary.
Mumbai cuisine is known for its native, borrowed, refurbished and reinterpreted food.
Mumbai is a shopper’s paradise for frugal and is known for its street shopping.
It is known as the city that never sleeps and Mumbai night life is an experience in itself.
There are various romantic getaways near Mumbai:
Helicopter joyride is one of the best ways to experience the breathtaking beauty of the city, coastline and surrounding areas. The duration of the ride will be 15 minutes and it will range between 8000- 9000 INR.
There are many places and experiences for kids in Mumbai.
The busiest city in the world is also home to some serene soulful beaches.
There are may hotels, lodges, and resorts in and around Mumbai for a pleasant stay:
Dharavi Slum is known as the largest slum in Asia. A neighborhood smack in the heart of Mumbai, it is ironically a hot real estate in Mumbai.
With small winding lanes and more than 4000 business units, the forces at work here are a window to the future of urban spaces everywhere.
Travelling by local trains will give you a unique glimpse into the daily Mumbai life. It is the fastest way to travel from one end of the city to another. However, the trains are overcrowded, with passengers hanging out of them.
People even travel sitting on the roof. Do get a map of the local train routes and download their train app ‘M indicator’, before you board to familiarize yourself with the routes.
Elephanta caves are a network of sculpted caves on the Elephanta Island which is 10 km away from Mumbai. A ferry runs every 40 min from the Gateway of India for Elephanta Island.
The carvings are intricate and give an insight into medieval India’s art and culture. A famous Shiva Paravati temple is visited by pilgrims and is known for its beautiful columns and corridors. A trail leading to the top of Cannon Hill takes you to an old military post overlooking the harbor.
There are many famous hill stations near Mumbai like Lonavala, Khandala and Mahabaleshwar which are famous for their forts, treks and lakes.
The coastal town of Alibaug and Kashid Village are perfect getaways for beach bums with its sandy beaches and pristine waters.
The city of dreams is home to the world’s largest film industry ‘Bollywood’. You can view Amitabh Bachan’s house ‘Jalsa’ and Salman Khan’s ‘Galaxy Apartments’ from outside.
Most stars come out occasionally to wave out to fans. The ‘Bollywood Tour’ will take you on a drive past houses of famous movie stars.