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What You Should Know More About Tours in Mumbai
Mumbai is a popular tourist destination all throughout the year. The winter months are ideal for sight-seeing as the days are cool. July and August see a lot of rainfall, while travelling is difficult during the monsoons.
Mumbai monsoons are famous as it is beautiful by the sea. It is also the perfect time to plan treks to Matheran, Lonavala, and Rajmachi.
Mumbai has a typical coastal climate with moderate heat and humidity. The winters are mild with temperatures never going below 10 degrees.
The monsoon is the predominant season and is beautiful by the sea but traveling in monsoon can be a problem.
Mumbai, is the most cosmopolitan city in India. The city is swarming with people at all times and is known as the city that never sleeps. It is considered to be one of the safest cities for women in India.
However, recently there have been a few untoward incidents so it is advised for solo women travelers to avoid lonely lanes and dark alleys during night time.
Depends on the length of your trip you can carry a backpack or a suitcase.
There are a number of adventure sports near Mumbai. The city is located at the confluence of Arabian Sea and Western Ghats and has many alluring activities like
Mumbai has many interesting places to visit with your family.
The best area to stay is South Mumbai, as most of the sight-seeing is in this part of the city. The options are
There are some of the best beaches in Mumbai with the beautiful view of the sea:
Cruises from Mumbai are quite popular especially when it's going to one of the fines places around.
There are many places and experiences for kids in Mumbai.
Mumbai is known as the city that never sleeps.
There are many activities for adventure lovers in and around Mumbai.
Mumbai cuisine is known for its native, borrowed, refurbished and reinterpreted food. The trademark Vada Pao, Pao Bhaji, Sev Puri, Bhel are a gastronomic delight for all. The Juhu Beach and Chowpatty are the best places to get these authentic chaats.
Mumbai is the capital city of Maharashtra and has the best public and private transport options available. Booking a cab is the easiest option for tourists. However, for those travelling on budget, local trains are the cheapest and fastest mode of reaching your destination.
However, they are very crowded with people hanging out of the trains.
Metro trains have also started in some areas. Mumbai's public transport consists primarily of rapid transit on exclusive suburban railway lines augmented by commuter rail on main lines serving outlying suburbs, the bus services of the three municipalities making up the metropolitan area, public taxis and auto-rickshaws, as well as ferry services.
A metro and a monorail system have recently been inaugurated. A commercial Seaplane Service has recently been introduced
Water sports are most easily accessible in Mumbai because of its abundant coastline. The best places for water sports are
Cycling tours start early in the morning as the streets are less crowded. Safety is the number one priority on this trip so Bicycle helmets are a must. The highlights of this tour are
Mumbai is a shopper’s paradise for frugal and is known for its street shopping. The best shopping destinations are
Mumbai is one of the busiest cities of the world and has many historical monuments and places to see.
Malvan, near Belgaum which is an eight hour journey from Mumbai, is the closest option for deep sea diving. The waters are home to a large variety of fishes found in the Arabian Sea. Turtles, stingrays, stonefish and cobias are easily spotted here.
There are several serene places tucked in the Sahyadri Mountains close to Mumbai, which are perfect for a camping trip.
Mumbai is located at a confluence of Western Ghats and Arabian Sea and has amazing places for a short weekend trip.
Nashik is often referred as India's very own Napa Valley. Under an azure blue sky and surrounded by picturesque Western Ghat mountains, Nashik is the home of some of the finest Indian wines. Warmer days and cooler nights, gentle slope, fertile landscape - all these make a perfect setting of a great wine country. Nashik is India's wine capital.
The distance between Goa and Mumbai is 557 km. It is well connected by road, rail and flight. The drive will take approximately 8 hours. There are about 41 direct trains from Mumbai to Goa. The fastest way to reach Goa is by flight in 1 hour.
Traveller Tales From Mumbai
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.
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.
30 August 2017
Food of Mumbai is our favourite and this street food tour made our day beyond imagination. We have never been to these streets before but had the best taste of Vada Pav. There was another ten people from various sorts of life and we could see everyone was thoroughly enjoying it. But thinking whether a street food tour costs this much or not. Since we booked for two, there was a discount. But still if you go alone, I think it is a little overpriced. Yet, the tour made me and my husband so happy. We came to Mumbai only six months ago and this was surprising sightseeing too.
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.
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.
30 August 2017
It was a nice trip to go back to the village days of my childhood. Full of energy and enthusiasm. It was great fun to take part in the village activities like ploughing and all. Such a nice feeling at the end of the day. Tasty village food too. I did not want to come back. But I think, the cost of the package was more than I expected. Still, it was a good package with a lot of things to do. It will be a great thing for you too guys to have a day with the tribal people living in these villages. You will feel so calm and peaceful. Try this tour once.
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.
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!
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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