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Best Sightseeing Tours in Mumbai

Having earned several famous taglines from the ‘The City that never Sleeps' to 'The City of Dreams', Mumbai is one of the most prolific holiday destinations for any Indian traveler or foreigner. Mumbai reflects the iconic vibes of rich history as well as contemporary charm not find anywhere else and will give any place in the country a good run for money. With its sheer diversities reflected from high skyscrapers to urban squalors, grand luxury malls to local bazaars and from the richest houses to the biggest slums. The magical city of Mumbai is blessed with beautiful beaches, lakes and also the most buzzing destination to enjoy the nightlife filled with celebrities.


Some of the best places to visit in Mumbai are the Gateway of India, Elephanta Caves, Girgaum Cave, Siddhivinayak Temple, Essel world, Elephanta Island etc. You can also visit the Kanheri Caves, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mount Mary Church, Banganga Tank when traveling in Mumbai. Foodies can celebrate the exquisite range of cuisine from the delectable Missal Pav to the divine Parsi cuisine in some of the heritage cafes in Mumbai. The outlook of Arabian Sea from the beach in Mumbai deserves some pictures which you can cherish forever. Marine Drive, popularly known as the "Queen's Necklace" is like a jewel adorning the city sea face. The strong culture is embedded in the locals of Mumbai and the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi and Dahi Handi celebrations are highly recommended events, the memories of which will forever remain etched in your memories.


Whether you are a Mumbaikar or not, it is not easy to check off all the tourist attractions with a visit at once. Fret not! We are here to get you out of the precarious situation with a handpicked selection of sightseeing tours for Mumbai.


Read on to find the best tours for sightseeing in Mumbai.

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    Bicycle Tour in Mumbai
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    Mumbai

    This is Mumbai as you have never seen it before: calm and peaceful. While the rest of the city is only just beginning to wake up, we take advantage of the empty streets and cool air to explore South Mumbai by cycle. The tour starts at 6 AM and as you wind our way through the back lanes, we’ll visit must-see Mumbai sights like the Gateway of India and CST Station as well as some hidden gems like Sassoon Dock and Bombay Panjrapole (cow sanctuary). At the end of the tour, you’ll stop for a well-deserved South Indian breakfast of dosa, idli, upma, and much more.Safety is the number one priority on this trip, and hence Bicycle helmets are available on request and a second guide cycles at the back of the group.

    h4 Hours
    Excellent 5.0
    11 reviews

    Starting from

    1690


    Cashback 200*

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    Private Island Trip with Adventurous Activities in Goa

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    About the Activity:Goa is definitely an important beach destination for all travelers in the world and there are hundreds of activities offered at the different beaches in Goa to make each one enjoy the level best.Here is a private island trip with multiple water sports in Goa. Partake in this one day tour after reaching Panjim in the morning around 09:00 am.You will reach the island around 11:00 am.The activities included in the package are Jetski 1000 cc, Banana Ride, Bumper Ride, Kayaking Ride, Water Zorbing, Fishing, Battery Boat, Paddle Boat etc.You will be taken to the island on a yacht or catamaran or pontoon.You can make use of the changing rooms, washrooms and enjoy the sights along with liquor and music. Soft drinks, beer and snacks will also be served.Wind up the tour by 02:00 pm and start your return journey to the drop points and conclude the tour by 03:00 pm.

    h6 Hours
    Very Good 4.0

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    About the Activity: Known to many as 'one of the largest slums in Asia', we prefer to think of Dharavi as Mumbai’s beating heart. It houses about one million of Mumbai’s inhabitants and its industries have an annual turnover of approximately US$ 665 million. Through this walking tour, visitors experience a wide range of these business activities: recycling, pottery-making, embroidery, bakery, soap factory, leather tanning, poppadom-making and many more. You’ll also visit the residential areas of Dharavi. People from all over India have come to live in Dharavi, making it a microcosm of India. This diversity is apparent in the temples, mosques, churches and pagodas that stand side by side.Discover a side of Dharavi beyond its ignominious distinction of being known as the largest slum in Asia. This tour takes approximately 2.5 hours to cover Dharavi and its neighboring points of interest. It starts from Churchgate Station and concludes at Dharavi. There are two starting time slots of 9:15 am & 1:30 pm that you can choose from 

    h2 Hours
    Very Good 4.0

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    840


    Cashback 100*

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    About the activity: Mumbai's wide streets and narrow lanes are alive with activity. In front of colonial buildings, alongside temples, and everywhere in between, vendors shout from carts selling everything from colourful birds and flowers to traditional Indian clothes and food. We'll guide you through the chaos and introduce you to Mumbai's must-see markets such as Crawford Market and Mangaldas Market as well as some lesser known ones such as Flower Alley. Along the way we’ll also visit some of the oldest lanes in Mumbai and their most famous temples.The tour begins from Regal Cinema at around 03:30 PM and ends at 5:30 PM at Charni Road Train Station

    h2 Hours
    Excellent 5.0
    5 reviews

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    1090


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    Mumbai

    About the activity:As the oppressive heat of the day evaporates and gives way to cool evening breezes, teenagers, lovers, families and the elderly head out to enjoy the weather. Public seafaces like Marine Drive are crowded with Mumbaikars enjoying the rose-coloured sunset. As some people head home to sleep, others carry out religious duties or work in the markets, factories or call centres. Traveling primarily by car, you will witness the calm of Banganga Tank and a Jain Temple, the chaos of CST station, and the eerie beauty and sadness of Mumbai.The tour starts at 7 PM at Regal Cinema and ends at 9:30 PM at CST Station

    h2 Hours
    Excellent 5.0
    4 reviews

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    1190


    Cashback 100*

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    About the Activity:Ride the famous suburban train, hop on a classic red bus, cruise around town in a typical black and yellow taxi and look on as millions of Mumbai's working class head out in the morning. We will discover Mumbai beyond the typical tourist sites; we will see a number of different markets and the world famous Dabbawallahs (the workers of India’s intricate lunch delivery system). This view of the Maximum City will give you an idea of the struggles and challenges felt by the working class, as well as their unconquerable spirit.At the end of the tour you’ll have a special tiffin(lunchbox) lunch delivered by a dabbawallah service and you’ll have a picnic at the nearby park.You'll be accompanied by a knowledgeable guide who knows in and out of the entire bustling city.The tour starts at 8:30 at Regal Cinema and ends at 12 noon at Churchgate station. 

    h4 Hours
    Excellent 5.0
    5 reviews

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    1290


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    Satara

    About the Activity: Valley of Flowers at Kaas Plateau has recently gained the reputation of being part of the Biodiversity World Heritage by UNESCO. Reach Satara, halt for breakfast continue your journey till Kass Plateau. Explore carpets and carpets of flowers await us at Valley of Flowers.A perfect one day outing plan to explore the colorful world of flowers. Valley of flowers in Maharashtra is a place where hundreds (150 variety registered) of varieties of wild flowers of all colours bloom in Mid-August – Sept end. In monsoon the whole area transforms into an unbelievable carpets of flowers like yellow carpets of Smithia and Sonki flowers, pink carpets of Balsam.These carpets change colors almost every week depending on the dominant flowers during that time.

    d1 Day n1 Night
    Very Good 4.0

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    About the Activity:Fixed departure date: 26th February, 2017A different way of exploring the South Mumbai region by cycling is coming up to you now. An epic heritage ride to traverse through those historic pathways and roads invites those with a restless heart.Still on either sides of the streets you can witness the brown-washed colonial structures. To relive the past, start cycling from Colaba towards the Gateway of India, exploring the remarkable heritage sites.The ride starts at around 04:30 PM, will give you two hours of exhilarating ride and leading to end the event with the accompaniment of a beer by 06:30 PM.The sights you are going to come across include the Gateway of India, Taj Hotel, Regal Cinema, Majestic Hotel Mumbai, Prince of Whales Museum, Elphinstone College & David Sassoon Library, Horniman Circle, St. Thomas Cathedral, Asiatic Society, New India Assurance building, CST, BMC headquarters, Flora Fountain, High Court, University of Bombay, Rajabai Clock Tower etc.

    h4 Hours
    Good 3.0

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    1100


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    About the Activity:Kick-start the historic cycling tour of Mumbai at around 06.45 AM, and traverse through remnants from the Mauryan, Portuguese and British empires!Cycle through Gateway of India, Nariman Point, and many other spellbinding attractions like Flora Fountain, CST, Ballard Estate and Town Hall.Savour a scrumptious breakfast at the famed Irani Cafe, and tread through numerous winding alleys.Get back at around 10.30 AM to the Horniman Circle, after an enthralling cycling experience that is unlike any other.

    h4 Hours
    Very Good 4.0

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    1800


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    Mumbai

    About the activity: This tour takes you to the bustling Worli Fishing village in Mumbai, where you will get a chance to experience the old style of fishing and lifestyles of Mumbai’s coastal folkWhile here, you will get a chance to interact with Koli, a community of fisherfolk whose daily life and routine will fascinate you. On this tour, you can watch the morning catch come in, walk through the markets, and understand the haggling tactics of these stellar fishermen and women. The Worli Fort, built by the British in 1675, stands as a reminder of dashing tales of piracy on the Western Coast, and you can get a chance to visit this fort, post the fishing village walk.Tour operates at all days of the week, at 10:00 a.m. Starts at Worli. Group sizes vary from 2-6 people.

    h2 Hours
    Very Good 4
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    Bhira

    About the Activity:Fixed departure: 15th October, 2017It is a vast space of silence near Devkund Waterfall in Bhira village that is located approximately 150 KM from Mumbai.Choose this Andharben trek to enjoy the glimpses of such an enticing location and the trek starts from Pimpri Dam and ends at Bhira Dam.The trip will start from Dadar, you can join the group from different spots mentioned in the itinerary. The day starts around 06:00 AM.A short trek from Bhira to Devkund Waterfall that is for two hours is the major highlight. It is open to amateurs as well.The total length of the trek is 4.5 KM which includes a short hike along the Bhira Dam, wide forest ranges, a small water stream and open fields.

    d1 Day
    Very Good 4.0

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    About the Activity:On a sightseeing tour of Mumbai, experience this fast moving city as it is meant to be experienced, through Mumbai's Public Transport. The experience will give you a realistic picture of what it's really like to be in this city of dreams, that never sleeps. This tour that uses public transport for getting around, which will acquaint you with the very beat of the city. On this tour, you will get to see the financial capital of India in all its glory. NOTE: The tour operates daily, with the exception of Sunday.

    h3 Hours
    Very Good 4.0

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    Kolhapur

    About the activity : Your next holiday plans need to be set with an array of adventure activities at Amba Ghat! The lush greenery and the misty mountains allure you to a trance like state, so ensure to indulge in nature photography while you are here. Located on the Ratnagiri-Kolhapur road, Amba Ghat is a popular tourist destination; however, it is a favourite amongst hard core adventurers as well. If you enjoy combining the taste of nature sightseeing along with a tinge of history and culture embedded in all that you can see, and then this is the ideal getaway for you for the weekend! While exploring the different aspects of the adventures in Amba Ghat, you can discover the wonders of Waghzara, known for its tigers and also explore the Konkan Darshan point from where Konkan region covers over 60km of ranges with its unique and intricate charm! Grab your camera gear and your trekking shoes for an exciting and one of a kind experience high up in the amazing mountains of Central India! 

    d3 Days n2 Nights
    Good 3.0

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    3800


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    Mumbai

    An unforgettable excursion around Mumbai awaits you! Mumbai, that is rightfully known as the city that never sleeps is a treasure trove of experiences and sights that will delight you. As the night falls the folk of the city come out to revel in the cooler temperatures along the seaside that is lovingly known as the 'Chowpatty'. As the cool breeze and scenic sunset grace the city, it takes on a whole new hue. During this nighttime, you will get to see a whole new side of this bustling metropolis. Get around the Banganga Tank, Jain Temple, the chaotic CST station and even the garish colours of the red light district of Mumbai. A stunning melange of modern, old, traditional and cosmopolitan values, Mumbai is indeed a sight to behold!Areas Covered:Chowpatty BeachBanganaga Tank Jain TempleKamala Nehru ParkAntilla BuildingKamathipuraCST Station Note: The Tour  does not operate on Sundays.

    h2 Hours
    Very Good 4.0

    Starting from

    900


  • About the Activity:Check this extensive day trip to Dudhsagar Waterfalls in Goa and visit the Spice Plantation as well to experience two different sides of this city of beaches.Get picked up from the hotel in Candolim, Baga, Calangute and Panjim at around 7:30 AM in an air- conditioned vehicle.Indulge in a jeep ride to Dudhsagar waterfall through the jungle and the bumpy riverbed. Get a chance to feed the monkeys after a refreshing swim in the waterfalls.Discover the intrinsic spices of Goan and Indian cuisine and enjoy the elephant ride along with the enjoyment of washing and bathing them in Spice Plantation.On the way, you will be able to revel in the mighty glimpses of the Old Goa Church Basilica of Bom Jesus, built in the traditional Portuguese style of architecture where the body of St Francis Xavier is embalmed and preserved.Visit the Hindu temple with its beautiful architecture and enjoy a delicious lunch.End this adventurous day at around 4:00 PM and head back home after clicking some memorable pictures.

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What You Should Know More About Sightseeing in Mumbai

  • Which is the best time to visit Mumbai for sightseeing?

    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.

  • Which all places are good for sightseeing in Mumbai?

    Mumbai is full of beautiful places to visit and roam around:

    • The iconic ‘Gate way of India’ on the Mumbai harbor front is a popular tourist haunt and depicts the grandeur of the British era.
    • ‘Haji Ali’ the shrine of Saint Pir Haji Ali stands in the middle of Arabian Sea and is a marvel of Indo-Islamic architecture.
    • The Dargah complex is also known for delectable Mughalai cuisine like kebabs and biryani. A trip to Elephanta Island to witness the intricate artwork and carvings in the temples inside elephanta caves. The temples are cut into the rocks with charming patios, corridors, and columns.
    • The famous ‘Siddhivinayak Temple’ of Lord Ganesha is known for its alluring architecture and beauty.
    • ‘ChhatrapatiShivajiMaharajVastuSangrahalaya’ is the most premier art and history museum in India. This is also known as Prince of Wales Museum of India and has rare displays depicting the rich culture and heritage of our nation.
    • ‘Mount Mary Church’ is a quaint and peaceful church located on a hillock in Bandra.
    • A walk during sunset on the famous ‘Chowpatty Beach’ while enjoying the famous Mumbai street food is surly one of the best things to do in Mumbai.

  • Which all things are must to do in Mumbai?

    Mumbai is known as the city of dreams and is quite a tourist destination.

    • Some of the best places to see are: Gateway of India, Haji Ali, Elephanta Island, Siddhivinayak Temple, and Essel World.
    • A drive through Marine drive or the Queen’s necklace is one of the most breathtaking sites at night with glittering view of the city skyline.
    • A walk along the Bandra Promenade overlooking the Arabian Sea with swaying palm trees nourishes the soul.
    • Mumbai is also home of Bollywood and a visit to Goregaon Film City with its many set and studios housing artificial mountains, lakes, villages, and cities is a wonder for tourists. The tours will show you clipping of different Bollywood movies, dubbing acts and light and sound experience.
    • Hanging Gardens in Malabar Hill are famous for their lush green vegetation and interesting animal shaped fences. The gardens offer a stunning view Of the Arabian Sea. Tantalize and tease your taste buds with the famous Mumbai Street Foods like VadaPao, Bhel and enjoy authentic Parsi cuisine in the town area.
    • Walk around the Colaba Causeway Market to pick trinkets at reasonable prices.

  • How much time would I require for a Mumbai sightseeing trip?

    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.

  • Are there any bus/taxi services which will help me with sightseeing in Mumbai?

    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.

  • What all meals I must try in Mumbai? Which are some famous restaurants I must visit?

    Mumbai cuisine is known for its native, borrowed, refurbished and reinterpreted food.

    • The trademark VadaPao, PaoBhaji, SevPuri, Bhel are a gastronomic delight for all.
    • The Juhu Beach and Chowpatty are the best places to get these authentic chaats.
    • The Konkan food in Mutton Masala and Tisriya is known for delicious fish curries and sol curry.
    • Try traditional simple yet delectable Maharashtrian meal consisting of VaratBhat, Usat, thaliPeeth and Kharwas in small restaurants in lanes of Dadar.
    • The Udipi restaurants are known for their South Indian food and have outlets in all parts of the city.
    • The Muhammad Ali road for its delectable kebabs and biryanis.
    • ‘Britannia’ ‘Jimmy Boy’ are some of the oldest Irani cafes in the old town area.

  • Which all places are best for street shopping in Mumbai?

    Mumbai is a shopper’s paradise for frugal and is known for its street shopping.

    • The best shopping destinations are Linking Road Bandra for latest clothes, bags, footwear at throwaway prices.
    • Hill road and Zaveri Bazaar is known for antique pieces of junk jewelry and trinkets.
    • Fashion Street is the place where you get fake Gucci and Prada at cheap prices. Do look for manufacturing defects.
    • Colaba causeway is a fashion lover’s delight with everything from clothes to accessories. Hindmata Market is known for its designer sarees, lehengas, and sherwanis.
    • Do visit Chor Bazaar the oldest markets of the city and get good deals on gadgets.

  • What sort of nightlife can I experience in Mumbai?

    It is known as the city that never sleeps and Mumbai night life is an experience in itself. 

    • Nariman Point on Marine drive is the place to hangout and admire the city lights during the wee hours.
    • JuhuChowpatty is open throughout the night and Bademiya in Colaba is best for late night munching.
    • The city is known for its dazzling night clubs from elite Taproom, Olive, Social, Hoppipola to local bars like Gokul and Sunlight for travelers on budget.
    • The late-night movie shows at famous Regal and Metro cinemas for movies buff at pocket-friendly rates is an experience.

  • Which all places are considered to be romantic in Mumbai?

    There are various romantic getaways near Mumbai:

    • The best places for couples to explore together are a late night coffee at Marine Drive.
    • A serene walk on the Worli Sea link with your special someone to enjoy the rising or setting sun.
    • Madh Island beach is an ideal getaway for couples with its placid waters and mangrove trees.
    • Bandra Fort is another popular place for spending some quality time together.

  • Which all places a couple must visit in Mumbai for sightseeing?

    • To share a memorable day with your partner a late night drive at the Palm Beach road, Navi Mumbai is perfect.
    • The terraced Hanging Gardens are a perfect place to spend some cozy time together.
    • Chotta Kashmir, in Goregaon East with its lake and lush green gardens and paddle boating is one of the most romantic spots in the city.
    • Carter Road is another hangout spot for couples alongside Bandstand Promenade for couples.

  • Can I do a helicopter joyride in Mumbai? How much would it cost?

    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.

  • Which places are most enjoyable for kids in Mumbai?

    There are many places and experiences for kids in Mumbai.

    • OvalekarWadi Butterfly garden is an exciting spot for children to observe more than 130 species of colorful and vibrant butterflies.
    • The RBI Monetary Museum will take your child on a historical tour through the evolution of money.
    • A trip to Kanheri caves through Borivali National park is exciting for kids with small rivulets and waterfalls.
    • Essel World with its many rides and amusement games is an all-time favorite spot for kids.

  • Which all beaches are a must visit in Mumbai?

    The busiest city in the world is also home to some serene soulful beaches.

    • The most famous beaches in Mumbai are Juhu and Chowpatty beach for its bustling crowds and amazing street foods.
    • Marve Beach in Malad, away from city humdrum is perfect for a romantic getaway.
    • Madh Island beach is known for its serene waters and mangrove trees.
    • Kalamb beach is a hidden gem which is unexplored and is ideal for enjoying a peaceful time in its scenic surroundings.

  • Which all stay options are available in Mumbai?

    There are may hotels, lodges, and resorts in and around Mumbai for a pleasant stay: 

    • The city caters to high end travels with TajMahal Palace, Trident, Taj Bandstand and Marriott Hotels.
    • Perfect budget hotels are the Hotel Travellers Inn, Pali Beach Resort, Hotel Royal Castle and Hotel KumKum. It is better to get these bookings done in advance to get the best deals and offers.

  • What is special about Dharavi slum?

    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.

  • Can we travel in local trains in Mumbai for a sightseeing trip?

    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.

  • How far are Elephanta caves from Mumbai? What’s special about them?

    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.

  • Which are some places near Mumbai we can go for sightseeing over the weekend?

    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.

  • Which are some famous historical monuments in Mumbai for sightseeing?

    • Gateway of India built by Britishers
    • Haji Ali a 500-year old tomb of Saint Pir Haji Ali
    • Mount Mary Church
    • ChhatrapatiShivaji Terminus is one of the most beautiful railways stations in India
    • Rajabai clock tower modeled on Big Ben of London
    • TajMahal Palace Hotel are only a few landmarks which stand testament to the city’s rich history.

  • Can we visit Bollywood stars’ houses in Mumbai?

    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.

Traveller Tales from Mumbai

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Dakshayani Naik

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 glamour. But while we were walking down the narrow and bustling lanes during this tour, we got to see the real picture. Everyone must try this tour and witness the very original pictures of Mumbai that are hardly brought in the focus.

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Gajbaahu Sinha

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 this beautiful before. Many of the sights have seen before only but the night views of them were absolutely dashing. I went with my son and he was also enjoying it. Good coordination and friendly approach from everyone in the team. They gave refreshments too after the tour. Kamala Nehru Park and the view of Marine Drive from the top made my day. Short but exciting trip for two hours. Nightlife is remarkable in Mumbai.

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Deeksha Chattopadhyay

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 amazing experience for all of us. The Archetypal-Gothic architecture was very beautiful. We also visited the Mangaldas Market or the ‘Mecca’ for fashion designers and the 100 year old flower market which known as the Flower Gallia. We also visited the Goddess Mumbadevi and Bombay Panjarpole. Our tour ended after 2 hours. All together it was a great trip and I really loved it.

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Akshainie Kaniyar

30 August 2017

Mumbai in just 4 hours was unbelievable!!! Nice one… come up with such things in future too. Thanks Thrillophilia for suggesting this to us. We had a fun time together. We are from South India and visited Mumbai for a seminar and one friend suggested to do a bus tour to see around Mumbai and thus this tour happened. Well managed by the organizers. Though there were normal commuters in the bus, it was not a problem for them or us. Chor Bazar was simply amazing. How crowded it is but still we did not feel exhausted or bad. All over it was a great trip.

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Sheela Joshi

30 August 2017

I went on this amazing bicycle tour in Mumbai which was really one of the best. The booking was done instantly and it was an easy process. I along with my four friends went on this cycling tour. We started at around 06.15 AM. Oh I tell you guys mornings are always the best in Mumbai. We took some of the unknown roads which is away from the hustle and bustle. We covered some of the famous places like CST Station, Crawford Market, Mumbadevi Temple, Bombay Panjrapole etc. Altogether it was a great trip. Would love to go for it again.

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Dayaananda Bhattacharya

16 March 2015

It was morning time when we started pedalling and got to enjoy the morning beauty of the city that never sleeps. After arriving at the dock, we witnessed the fishermen getting busy with their catches. Visit to Bombay Panjtapole was also very exciting along with a visit to Mumba Devi Temple. After all these, we also ride around Marine Drive, Crawford Market, and several other stunning places. The 4 hours spent on cycling along with the guides and instructors was just an unforgettable experience!

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Rajan Mukhopadhyay

13 March 2016

Kaas Plateau Sightseeing, Satara has been an amazing getaway for us. Being in Mumbai, we have a lot of getaway options, but with a couple of friends coming from Pune, we wanted something midway to both the places. So, Satara was pretty much a favourable option. Overall, the experience of sightseeing was awesome. The planning was professional and we loved being part of this wonderful trip. Even cost wise it was indeed very cost effective.

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Rudra Tandon

04 June 2015

You will get to see the real image of life in Dharavi and several other corners of Mumbai. The way our movies has been portraying these areas are not exactly the same and has a lot more. Kumbha Wada and Dhobi Ghat were very busy places but they had something to learn. I mean, everyone in these areas are very much aware of their roles and duties and also carried them out in a perfect way. Hats off to the people of these areas.

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Trisha Mukhopadhyay

01 January 2016

The bus journey to Lonar was very exciting. We reached there early morning and the weather was very pleasant. Breakfast was served after sometime and then the group leaders took some time to give us an insight about the day. The entire day was very exciting and there were activities spread out throughout the day. Foods were really good. Star gazing at the night sky was the best part of this trail in Lonar.

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