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  • Welcome to the city that never sleeps, enjoy an eclectic mix of the most exhilarating places to visit in Mumbai that will allure you with an enviable vibe, the ‘City of dreams’ is quite the holiday destination.Mumbai has always been the dream city for all and while you are here you don’t want to miss the chance of exploring each and every corner of the city. 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.

    While you are in this amazing city you can also visit the Kanheri Caves, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mount Mary Church, Banganga Tank etc. Click some of the best pictures along with your loved ones as you explore the city. Have a tryst with the historical legacy of the place, chill by the Arabian Sea as you munch on some delectable street food, study about some legendary arts, ride on the most epic amusement park, escape away to quaint little hill stations, explore the world of Bollywood, the list is endless.

    And yes the Marina beach who can miss this place while you are in Mumbai. The soft breeze and the singing water will lure you to some magnificent land. Bring out the best in you as you reconnoitre this one of a kind place and bring back some good memories.

  • Places to Visit with Family and Kids

  • 01Gateway of India

    Gateway of India
    Image Credit : Wikipedia

    One of the most distinguishing landmarks that signify the city, the Gateway of India came into existence in the year 1924 during the British Raj to celebrate the arrival of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay. The structure marks the area as one of India’s major ports which formally symbolized elements of British grandeur.

    Located in the water front area of Apollo Bunder, today it is one of the most popular touristplaces in Mumbai for people from all over the globe who flockjust for a glance of this monument.

  • 02Haji Ali

    Haji Ali
    Image Credit : Yogesh Mhatre - Flickr

    A paramount religious site in Mumbai, Haji Ali is situated 500 yards from the shoreline in the middle of the Arabian Sea that houses the tomb of Muslim Saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. This 400 year old structure is not just marvelled at for its intricate Indo-Islamic architecture; it is also a popular place of worship for people.

    Moreover, the local stalls outside the dynamic complex house some of the most delectable cuisines and specialties you can gorge on. It is a prominent stop in the Western line of the Mumbai local train hence making it easily accessible to the public

  • 03Juhu Beach

    Juhu Beach
    Image Credit : chetan gurav -Flickr

    Juhu can be defined as one of the largest and most sought after beaches in India. It is a hot-spot for elite celebrity homes andfilm personality sightings located in the suburbs of the city making it one of the most eminent tourist places to visit in Mumbai.

    Visitors all over the country love the beach for it is also a gastronomic paradise hosting stalls that serve up platters of lip-smacking street food. The sandy delight is most crowded during weekends where people can get entertained by horse and donkey rides, dancing monkeys, toy sellers and other kinds of amusement

  • 04Day Out in Mumbai

    Day Out in Mumbai
    • h4 Hours
    • lMumbai
    • NNNNN1 review
    • Shailesh Jetwa
      Shailesh Jetwa

    About the Activity:

    • Take a look around the flamboyant city of Mumbai to get a historical overview of the old city.
    • Spend 4 hours exploring every nook and corner of Mumbai with an exhilarating start at the Gateway of India. Some of the places you would cover in this tour are Isckon Temple, Jogger's Park, Mumbai University, Marine Drive etc.
    • Mumbai university houses heritage and legacy where you would simply enjoy a walk around the huge campus.
    • A ravishing view of the Arabian sea will obviously amaze you as you enjoy stride through the Marine Drive.

  • 05An excursion around Mumbai

    An excursion around Mumbai
    • h2 Hoursh30 Minutes
    • lMumbai
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    • Sunil
    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 Beach
    • Banganaga Tank 
    • Jain Temple
    • Kamala Nehru Park
    • Antilla Building
    • Kamathipura
    • CST Station 
    Note: The Tour  does not operate on Sundays.

  • 06Mumbai Food Tour

    Mumbai Food Tour
    • h3 Hours
    • lMumbai
    • NNNNN1 review
    • supplier
      Code: 3893346

    About The Activity:

    • Mumbai provides anything for those who seek. The cosmopolitan life of the city gives rise to a number of food cultures combined together. This 4 hour delectable tour gives you a hint of many Indian and local cuisines, upholding its true spirit of diversity.
    • Meet at Colaba Causeway around 06:30 PM.Go beyond the average Indian food that you usually get and get exposed to something remarkable. We have carefully chosen with extensive research and with years of ‘eating’ experience some of the best places in the Fort area for you to experience.Food you will try:
      • Awesome, lip-smacking Mughlai Tandoori Chicken
      • The essential ‘Paan’, a delectable sweet item made with a particular kind of leaf
      • A milkshake of exotic fruits
      • The staple of Mumbai – ‘Vada Paav’
      • The most delicious Kerala fish curry you have ever had
      • A traditional Iranian-Parsi delicacy – Berry Pulao
      • And to end the tour, some delectable, delicious and creamy ‘ice-cream’ with all natural flavours and all the goodness that is an ice-cream…

  • 07Marine Drive

    Marine Drive

    Popularly referred to as the Queen’s Necklace, Marine Drive is a 4 km long promenade located in South Bombay. One of the most beautiful roads in Mumbai, a birds-eye view of this stretch looks magnificent at night with the lights making the entirety resemble a queen’s necklace.

    The place comes alive in the evenings when people relax and admire the brilliant view or take a walk on the promenade overlooking the Arabian Sea that is surprisingly therapeutic to the soul. Chai-wallas, chat-wallas are added bonuses to the place making it another must-visit tourist placesin Mumbai.

  • 08Chowpatty Beach

    Chowpatty Beach
    Image Credit : Edward Morgan-Flickr

    The south Bombay equivalent of Juhu beach, Chowpatty beach is situated at the northern end of the famous stretch that is affectionately referred to as the Queen’s necklace (Marine Drive).

    It is popular for its dazzling assortment of vendors peddling everything from street food, snacks to toys and miniature amusement rides. What’s interesting is that Chowpatty also attracts love-struck couples on a daily basis who enjoy a romantic stroll or two.

  • 09Film City in Goregaon

    Film City in Goregaon
    Image Credit : wikimedia

    The Film city is one of the main highlights of Mumbai thus making it one of the most favourite tourist places to visit in Mumbai. Well-equipped with a multitude of studios that house artificial mountains, lakes, gardens, cities and villages, that make it difficult to distinguish real from fake, the film city is a dream world for tourists everywhere.

    Built by Dada SahebPhalkeunder the renowned veteran actor, director V. Shantaram, the film city dating back to early 20th century resides in the outskirts of Goregaon near the Borivali National Park.

    Half Day Bollywood Tour in Mumbai

    Half Day Bollywood Tour in Mumbai

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  • 10Elephanta Island

    Elephanta Island
    Image Credit :  JavlLeon - Flickr

    Marooned about 9 Kms away from the Gateway of India in the middle of Mumbai Harbour is one of the prominent places to visit in Mumbai. Housing a labyrinth of rock-cut temples, their artwork represents some of the most intricate and impressive carvings in India.

    The main Shiva-dedicated temple is a magnanimous structure full of halls, courtyards, shrines and pillars with a 6m tall statue of a three-faced Sadhashiva depicting Shiva as the destroyer, creator and preserver of the universe. The island is definitely one where you must visit to witness some spectacular and serene sights.

    Elephanta Caves Tour From Mumbai

    Elephanta Caves Tour From Mumbai


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  • 11Siddhivinayak Temple

    Siddhivinayak Temple
    Image Credit : WillWll - Flickr

    A Hindu temple dedicated to the Lord Shri Ganesh is a standing testament of beauty and architecture. Constructed in 1801, the temple entertains thousands of devotees every single day.

    Even Bollywood celebrities as well as other prominent figures climb up to the temple to seek blessings and offer prayers to Lord Ganesha that is its magnetism. In all, the temple is definitely among the popular tourist places to visit in Mumbai.

  • 12Essel World

    Essel World
    Image Credit : Nadir Hashmi - Flickr

    Popularised by the advertisement from the 90s, EsselWorld is a fun-filled theme park situated in Gorai, Mumbai. Housing some of the most thrilling rides and fun activities, it attracts people from all over the country.

    The special features of the park, namely the fact that it has rides for all ages and is open 365 days in a year is why it entertains 10,000 visitors on a daily basis. It is obvious to state that EsselWorld is one of the favourite places to visit in Mumbai.

  • 13Remains of Fort St. George

    Remains of Fort St. George
    Image Credit : wikimedia
    For those who have always wondered why the Fort area in South Mumbai is named such, this is the answer. Many are unaware that the Fort district got its name from a fort that used to exist here. Built during the colonial era by the British East India Company, the structure is 1.6 km long and 500 meters wide and named after King George III. Though the fort was demolished in 1865, the name stuck by it.
  • Offbeat Places to Visit in Mumbai

  • 14Mumbai Dabbawalas, Churchgate Terminus

    Mumbai Dabbawalas, Churchgate Terminus
    Image Credit : Steve Evans - Flickr

    The word “dabbawala” in Hindi translates to “one who carries the box”. In this case, box is the tiffin or container in which food is kept to be delivered later. The Dabba system became prevalent only in Mumbai and is a characteristic trait associated only with this city.

    The function of the Mumbai Dabbawalas is ideally to deliver home-cooked food to office-goers from their homes. Catch sight of them in the Churchgate terminus and interact with them to get a glimpse into their unique lives.

    Mumbai Slum Tour With Dabba Wala & Dhobi Ghat

    Mumbai Slum Tour With Dabba Wala & Dhobi Ghat

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  • 15Dharavi Slum

    Dharavi Slum
    Image Credit :  lecercle - Flickr

    The largest slum in Asia, Dharavi breaks all stereotypes of a slum and is far from being a habitat for the impoverished and underprivileged. Contrary to popular notion, it is home to some of the most industrious, inspired and creative people, where the community lead rich lives in poverty.

    Residing east of Mahim and Bandra, this “slum” produces close to $500 million to $1 billion dollars thus largely contributing to Mumbai’s already-rich economy. From tea and vegetable vendors, bakeries, garment districts to NGOs, schools, Dharavi is home to one and all which is what makes it such a spectacular visit.

    Slum Tour of Bombay

    Slum Tour of Bombay


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  • 16Chor Bazaar - Thieves Market

    Chor Bazaar - Thieves Market
    Image Credit : Poonam Agarwal -Flickr

    Mumbai’s Chor Bazaar whose literal translation is Thieves’ Market first came into being due to the stolen goods that were sold here thus living up to its name. It is mostly reputed for the plethora of gorgeous antique goods and vintage items sold here.

    The bazaar is also a visual delight for those who just want to stroll around coming across GolDeoul, the circular Shiva temple. In addition to this, visitors may even stumble upon a diverse sect of people such as the Kolis that are the original fishing community of Mumbai and the Bohras, a minority community of Shia Muslims. Even if it is just to window-shop, Chor Bazaar is definitely one of unique places to visit in Mumbai.

  • 17Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat - Massive Open Air Laundry

    Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat - Massive Open Air Laundry
    Image Credit : Lisa de Vreede- Flickr

    This is the one spot in the Mahalaxmi region of Mumbai where the entire city’s dirty laundry gets painstakingly hand-washed by hardworking dhobis or laundrymen. The Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat was formed in 1890 to cater to Mumbai’s large English and Parsi population.

    The sight of seemingly endless rows of concrete troughs fitted with stones where the clothes are laundered makes this oneof the quirky places to visit in Mumbai.

  • 18Historic 18th Century Homes in Khotachiwadi Village

    Historic 18th Century Homes in Khotachiwadi Village
    Image Credit : wikipedia
    Think Portuguese, think architecture. Head to the beautiful village of Khotachiwadi to be transported back in time to an era before Bombay even became a city. With narrow winding lanes decorating this hamlet, the Portuguese-styled bungalows and homes are reminiscent of the 18th century architecture and are a pleasant treat to the eye.

  • 19Worli Seaface

    Worli Seaface
    Image Credit : Aditya Banerjee - Flickr

    A favourite hangout situated south of the picturesque Sea link from Bandra, WorliSeaface is another one of Bombay’s promenades. It is one of the top places in the city for one to experience the epic monsoons that offer a remarkable view of the angry waves rising up onto the road. The magnificent view of the BandraWorli Sea Link is another sight that must not be missed.

  • 20Sanjay Gandhi National Park/ Borivali National Park

    Sanjay Gandhi National Park/ Borivali National Park
    Image Credit : Abhijit chendavankar - Flickr
    The national park previously known as Borivali National Park is a large wildlife reserve protected in the northern suburbs of Mumbai. It may not be as large or exotic as other national parks in the country but its accessibility is why it is popular. For a tranquil time away from the hustle of the city, take off to these environs.

  • Offbeat Things to do in Mumbai

  • 21Helicopter Joyride at Mumbai

    Helicopter Joyride at Mumbai
    • h15 Minutes
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    • Shanil
    About the Activity:
    • Indulge in the most innovative way of exploring Mumbai with this Helicopter Joy Ride!
    • Think beyond exploring the metropolis through land and water, and indulge in this novel activity that provides a bird's view of the city.
    • Enthrall in this exclusive 10 minutes/15 minutes/ 20 minutes/ 30 minutes or 1 hour helicopter ride that provides an unmatched panoramic view.
    • Fly under the guidance of expert pilots who consider safety to be of paramount importance, and experience the exhilaration of watching Mumbai from the skies.
    • It is mandatory to carry your photo identification during your entire journey and The check-in counters will close 30 minutes prior to departure   
    • The sessions start around 11:00 AM and extends up to 05:00 PM. You can book any time slots between the scheduled timings.   
  • 22Bicycle Tour in Mumbai

    Bicycle Tour in Mumbai
    • h4 Hours
    • lMumbai
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    • Evelyn

    The 4-hour cycling tour kicks off/ends from/at Kailash Parbat Restaurant in Colaba at around 06.15 AM, and whizzes past the busiest train station in India and the Sasson Dock from 1875, one of the most vibrant fish-loading docks of the Kolis around Mumbai. 

    About the Activity:

    Pedal through the city of dreams and witness Mumbai waking up! On this fascinating bicycling tour, expect to see India’s most rushed metropolis before it opens its eyes. The tour starts before the streets are crowded and we avoid the major roads in favour of inner side streets wherever possible. 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.

    CST Station - Admire the architecture of Mumbai’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    Crawford Market - One of Mumbai’s largest wholesale fruit, vegetable and meat markets and the first building in India to get electricity!
    Mumbadevi Temple -This is the historical Hindu temple that Mumbai was named after! We'll take a break from our bikes and have a look inside.
    Flower Galli: Market that has been famous for flowers for nearly 100 years!
    Bombay Panjrapole - Visit the 350+ cows that live at this urban shelter
    Marine Drive - Cycle 3km down this gorgeous promenade along the Arabian Sea.
    Sassoon Dock - The main fish loading and trading centre for all of South Mumbai. 
  • 23Joy Ride over Mumbai

    Joy Ride over Mumbai
    • h30 Minutes
    • lMumbai
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    • Prajakta Kohok
      Prajakta Kohok
    • 25,000
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    About the Activity:

    • Joy ride over Mumbai is an innovative adventure activity that enables you with a bird’s view of this glamorous city.
    •  Embark on this thrilling adventure with Joy ride over Mumbai, hop onto Cessna 172 Skyhawk and get ready to live your dream.
    • Buckle up your seat belts as you witness Mumbai like never before on this four-seat aircraft. 
    • Fly under the guidance of expert pilots who consider your safety as their first priority. 
    • Enjoy a stunning aerial view of sea and land while gliding in the air with Joy ride over Mumbai!
    • Price is for 3 People.
  • 24Mumbai Midnight Cycling Trip

    Mumbai Midnight Cycling Trip
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    • Saurabh Thakekar Mt
      Saurabh Thakekar Mt
    • 11% Off1,700
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    About the Activity:

    Get ready for a riding experience like never before! No matter how much you know about Mumbai but this is one trip that would help you in exploring this city like never before!

    Delight in a midnight cycling trip through the city- the most remarkable feature about this trip is that you will be riding your bicycles through a beautiful coastal route in Mumbai. Begin your exploration – start unravelling the hidden streets while enjoying the coastal beauty of this otherwise bustling city. Hop onto your ride and get ready to surpass this stunning 35 km ride while passing through famous Mumbai tourist hotspots such as Marine Drive, Shivaji Park and various other famous viewpoints.

    Discover the fun of riding through amazing streets and beautiful roads. This amazing ride will come to an end at Bandstand. Unravel a totally different Mumbai with this delightful midnight cycling trip.

  • 25Bicycle Expedition in Mumbai

    Bicycle Expedition in Mumbai
    • h3 Hours
    • lMumbai
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    • Shailesh Jetwa
      Shailesh Jetwa
    About the Activity:
    • Cycle through the city of multi cultures that would entice you with its historical and prominent spots.
    • The phenomenal trip would take you to the most specified corners of Mumbai with the assistance of an expert guide.
    • Enjoy the enthralling view of the large crowd in front of the Gateway of India.
    • Delve into the history of British regime while you enjoy the structural extravaganza of Victoria Terminus Station.
    • Stride through the Crawford market for a relishing shopping experience.
    • Also visit the oldest dock in Mumbai, Sassoon docks where trading of cotton heads the economy. 
  • 26Scenic Cruise of Mumbai in a Budget Yacht

    Scenic Cruise of Mumbai in a Budget Yacht
    • h2 Hours
    • lMumbai
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    • Tulsi
    • 12% Off4,000
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    About the Activity:

    • A wonderful experience with loved ones awaits on this budget sailing around Mumbai’s shoreline.
    • This budget yacht experience has an able crew aboard for a hassle-free and the safest time.
    • Even as the sea breeze leaves you asking for more, indulge in the picnic for some light refreshments.
    • This is ideal for those looking for seclusion, and spend a few memorable times with each other.
    • Upto 6 people can be accommodated in J21 sailboat
  • 27Leisure Sailing in Mumbai

    Leisure Sailing in Mumbai
    • h2 Hours
    • lMumbai
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    • supplier
      Code: 6512381

    About the Activity:

    • This stunning experience begins as you set off from the gateway of India, 10 minutes prior to your booked time. A speedboat will then take you to your assigned J Boat/Mac Gregor/etc; post which your sail into the wide open waters begins.
    • Set off on a leisure sailing in Mumbai over the magical Arabian Sea in an international class keelboat which will give you a feel of having left your worries far behind!
    • The sight of the endless blue seas and the rim of horizon peeking over the end will surely make you sigh in exultation. 
    • The luxury sailing experience is far from anything you have ever imagined and the boat is well equipped with luxuries as well as safety procedures in the presence of the sailor and the skipper.
    • At an additional cost, you can also learn to sail over 2 hours of 10 sessions each; 1-3 participants can take part in this activity at a time.

    The options to book the package are given as two variants, Join a Group and Private Tour. You are requested to either book Join a Group which shows the cost for adults or Private Tour which shows the cost of one Yacht.

    Timings: 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM, 6:00 PM to 7:45 PM

  • 28Candle Light Dinner Cruise in Mumbai

    Candle Light Dinner Cruise in Mumbai
    • h2 Hours
    • lMumbai
    • NNNNN19 reviews
    • supplier
      Code: 6512381
    • 20% Off34,000
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    About the Activity:

    • Arrive with your partner at the Gateway of India and set off on a cruise on the waves. As you board the ship, you will be welcomed on board with a glass of wine or fruit champagne.
    • Gaze into the open sea with nothing but the cooling sea breeze amidst luxury of a yacht that is equipped with a 2 BHK, Pantry upper deck and lower deck. 
    • The sailing experience lasts for two hours (6 PM to 8 PM) and gets you back to Gateway of India in all pomp and splendor!
    • For a true romantic candle light dinner cruise in Mumbai with your loved one, take to the alluring shores of Arabian Sea in Mumbai. 
    • You can either select Grand Soliel 45 or Ferretti 550, as your Sailing yacht. 
  • 29Mumbai City Night Tour

    Mumbai City Night Tour
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    • Shailesh Jetwa
      Shailesh Jetwa
    About the Activity:
    • Mumbai is a city that never sleeps, so tour around the streets of Mumbai during the night to experience an awesome night tour of the city.
    • Meet the tour guide at your hotel in Mumbai and explore the place in an air-conditioned vehicle. 
    • Get a chance to see the iconic tourist spots like the Gateway of India, Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Rajabai Clock Towers, Watson's Hotel Ruins and the Victoria Terminus Train Station.
    • Take a tour around the Kamala Nehru Park, Mumbai University, Municipality Building and the Hanging Gardens.
    • Enjoy a fabulous drive across the Marine drive and Chowpatty beach.
    • The tour will conclude with a drop at your hotel.
  • 30Parsi Snack Trail in Mumbai

    Parsi Snack Trail in Mumbai
    • h3 Hours
    • lMumbai
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    • Rahul Patil
      Rahul Patil

    About the Activity:

    • Indulge in Parsi snack trail in Mumbai for enjoying the delicious cuisines of Parsi which do not need any introduction.
    • Assemble in front of Bhatia Hospital, Grant Road at 10:45 AM and then you will be leaving to the world of scrumptious food at 11:00 AM sharp.
    • The tour leader will definitely take you to each place where you get chances to try the smallest piece of food even without missing the fun.
    • Stroll through the very ancient streets and make use of the chance to know the history, culture and tradition of Parsi in detail.
    • Come across some famous delightful food items which are not available in many Parsi restaurants.
    • Enjoy walking through a completely different culture that is enhanced by adding the various colors of traditional food stuff for three hours.
  • Places to Visit near Mumbai in One Day

  • 31Tickets to Adlabs Imagica

    Tickets to Adlabs Imagica
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    • Vaishali Gohil
      Vaishali Gohil
    About the Activity:
    • Park Timings: 10 AM to 8 PM
    • Ride Timings: 11 AM to 7 PM
    • Water Park Timings: 11 AM to 6 PM

    • An international standard theme park near Mumbai, Pune and Lonavala, Imagica Theme Park offers entertainment, fun, action, relaxation, dining and shopping at a single location. With 25 rides and attractions, and several F&B outlets to choose from, Imagica Theme Park is the perfect destination for friends and family alike. 
    • Head to the Mykonos-themed Water Park, where there's a new party every day. With thrilling rides and exciting restaurants, the Water Park is very popular as a favourite day party hangout destination. Challenge friends to a Loopy Woopy fall, race through Zip Zap Zoom, yell loudly on the Yell-O or free-fall in the Twisty Turvy, there's never a dull moment here.

    You are free to choose any package from the list of Water Park Only, Theme Park Only, Happy Tuesday Regular and Happy Tuesday Express, Wat A Wednesday Regular and Wat a Wednesday Express.
    • Water Park Tickets will give access only to the water theme park and you can enjoy the rides in it.
    • Theme Park Tickets allow you to have entry to the theme park alone and its rides.
    • Happy Tuesday Tickets can be availed only on Tuesday that give access to all the rides Theme Park at a discounted price. 
    • Wat a Wednesday Tickets offers you entry tickets only on Wednesday to the Water Park at a discounted price.
    • Express Tickets are for VIP entry and Regular Tickets can be availed by anyone.
  • 32Della Adventure Park Ticket and Activities near Kunegaon in Lonavala

    Della Adventure Park Ticket and Activities near Kunegaon in Lonavala
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    • lLonavala
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    • Della Adventure
      Della Adventure

    About the Activity:

    • Della Adventure in Kunegaon is considered as India’s largest adventure park sprawling across an area of around 5 acres.
    • With around 70 activities, it's a perfect place to release all your cobwebs of routine life while delighting in various exciting available activities.
    • Either you can opt for Day Pass or Jumbo Pass (choose while booking), where Day Pass includes only the activity bundle from Zones A to F, but Jumbo Pass includes activity bundle from Zone A to F along with 8 extreme adventures.
  • 33Maval


    The lush countryside of Maval in the Sahyadri Ranges is sure to entice you to get away as soon as possible! The Sahyadri ranges play an ideal host to the valleys and charm of this stunning destination that is a welcome respite from all the crowded places to see in Mumbai. The name of the destination itself exudes a balming chrm as it translates to mean ‘where the sun sets’ and truly a view of the sunset from the hills and mountains of Maval is sure to take your breath away.

    It was also the first home of the great Maratha king Shivaji Maharaj, where he trained his soldiers i.e. ‘Mavale’. The best way to explore the countryside charm of Maval is to stay in a local homestay and marvel as the colourful village life unfolds around you.

    Distance: 114 kms 

    Best time to Visit: Throughout the year

    Group Adventure in Maval, Takve Lake

    Group Adventure in Maval, Takve Lake

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  • 34Kolad


    The eastern side of Mumbai is irrigated by the gorgeous Kundalika River, which is extremely popular among adventure enthusiasts for various water adventure activities. Rafting in Kolad is one of the top picks if you ever decide to get out on a weekend on an adventure of places to see in and around Mumbai. The landscape around Kolad is dotted with various attractions like hills, mountains and several waterfalls that gush down the sides.

    In and around Kolad, there are various attractions to witness such as Kuda Caves which are caves from an era bygone. They are carved with various inscriptions dating back to the Buddhist era. A fort dating back to the 4th Century, Tala Fort is also in the vicinity and is a delight to trek to as it offers views of the forest and the hilly terrain below. However, the best way to experience Kolad is to indulge in water based adventure activities.

    Distance from Mumbai: 121 kms

    White Water Rafting Adventure at Kolad

    White Water Rafting Adventure at Kolad

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  • 35Kamshet

    Image Credit : Karthik chandrasekar - Flickr

    A sleepy village residing amidst the woods of the Western Ghats, Kamshet is known as a paragliders’ paradise. Located close to the twin hill stations of Khandala and Lonavala, Kamshet is a hamlet known for its rustic nature. The lush greenery, serene rippling water bodies and hilly terrains make this place an idyllic weekend getaway.

    Distance from Mumbai: 101 kms

    Best time to visit: October - May

    Activities: Paragliding, joy rides, tandem flights, cross country flights.

    Paragliding in Kamshet

    Paragliding in Kamshet

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  • 36Lonavala

    Image Credit : Flickr

    A popular hill station that is synonymous with Khandala, Lonavala is plonked in Sahyadri ranges between the Deccan Plateau and Konkan coast. The Tungi Fort of Lonavala is among the well-known tourist spots. There are also several caves present around the city such as Karla Caves, Bhaja Caves and the Bedsa Caves.

    The place has valleys, hills, waterfalls and lush greenery due to which it is also called the ‘Jewel of Sahyadri’. The hilly city is also known for its sweet chikki. In its entirety, Lonavala makes it among the ideal places to visit near Mumbai.

    Distance from Mumbai: 84 kms

    Best time to visit: October - May

    Activities: Trekking, fishing, picnicking, sightseeing
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    Hot Air Balloon Safari, Lonavala

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  • 37Panvel


    Situated in the Raigad district of Maharashtra, Panvel is popularly known as the gateway of the Konkan region. It houses some interesting tourist attractions such as the Karnala Bird Sanctuary, Gadeshwar Dam, Bet El Synagogue and the preserved village of Shirdhon.

    Distance from Mumbai: 39 Kms

    Best time to visit: March - June

    Activities: Sightseeing, Bird watching.

  • 38Karnala Fort

    Karnala Fort

    Popularly known as the “Funnel Hill”, the Karnala Fort resides 10 km from Panvel in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. It is enveloped amidst the green thickets of the Karnala Bird Sanctuary on the Mumbai-Goa highway surrounded by varied species of flora and fauna.

    Another attractive feature of the fort is that it offers a splendid view overlooking the Bor Pass connecting the Konkan coast to the interiors of Maharashtra. The Marathi and Persian inscriptions on the walls of the fort are another one of its unique features.

    Distance from Mumbai: 48 Kms

    Best time to visit: March - June

    Activities: Jungle trekking, Bird watching

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    Camping Adventure in Palghar, Mumbai


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  • 39Karjat

    Image Credit : Abhijit Tembhekar - Flickr

    A beautiful tourist spot in the backdrop of Bhor Ghat in the Raigad district of Maharashtra, Karjat city is sought after by trekking enthusiasts. Surrounded by undulating hills of the Western Ghats and accompanied by the river Ulhas, Karjat is one of the most ideal places to visit near Mumbai on a weekend.

    Distance from Mumbai: 62kms

    Best time to visit: November - February

    Activities: Trekking, Hiking, Mountain Climbing, Sightseeing, Picnicking, River rafting.

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    Villa Stay at Karjat


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  • 40Khandala

    Image Credit : Harshad sharma -Flickr

    A hill station in Maharashtra that shot to fame after being featured in a popular Bollywood song, Khandala is only 5 kms from Lonavala. Nestled among the thickets of the Sahyadri Mountain Range, Khandala offers pleasant weather throughout the year.

    Apart from the abundant adventure activities offered here, Khandala also has some tourist places of interest such as Amrutanjan Point and Duke’s Nose. Amrutanjan Point is a viewing point offering views of the valley while Duke’s Nose is a cliff with a sharp bend. Other tourist attractions here are Ryewood Park, the Bushy Dam and Shivaji Park.

    Distance from Mumbai:  82 km

    Best time to visit: October - May

    Activities: Hiking, Trekking, Mountain Climbing.

  • 41Alibag Beach

    Alibag Beach
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    Alibag beach is one of the most prominent beaches in Alibaug town of Maharashtra. Among all the beaches, this one has the blackest sands.

    One of its main tourist attractions apart from the allure of the seashore is the beautiful view of Kolaba Fort. For a respite away from the city, Alibag happens to be one of the more popular places to visit near Mumbai.

    Distance from Mumbai:  95 kms

    Best time to visit: Throughout the year

    Activities: Sightseeing, Swimming

    Thrillophilia Recommended Offbeat Stays and Activities in Alibaug:

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  • 42Rajmachi


    One of the historic places to see in and around Mumbai, Rajmachi fort is the proud fortification that stands between the Sahyadri Ranges. Encased by the unmatched greens and natural beauty, it allured various trekking enthusiasts to conquer its heights every season.  During the realm of the Maratha Empire it came to be regarded as a vantage point as it was an important post for the trade  between Khopoli and Khandala on the Mumbai-Pune road.

    The fort of Rajmachi is strengthened by the twin towers of Shrivardhan and Manaranjan. The majestic grabdeur of the forts comes alive during the monsoons as the greenery carpeted hills assume a cape of beauty. The view of the gorges below filling  up with mists is also stunning.

    Distance: 95 kms 

    Best time to Visit: September to March
  • 43Revdanda


    If you have chosen Alibaug as your choice out of the places to see in and around Mumbai coasts, then the beach of Revdanda on the Alibaug coastline is the undisputed paradise waiting for you. Revdanda Beach is additionally popular for the Revdanda fort that is located just off the shoreline, and can be reached effectively. The fort holds an incredible significance in history as this was the spot where St. Francis Xavier conveyed his first sermon in India.

     The sanctuary still exists on the stronghold and the remnants tell a story of a period long past. Revdanda was likewise the spot where the first Russian explorer arrived in India and a landmark on the coast alludes to this very fact.

    Revdanda Beach has a particular look on account of the pale sand on the shoreline, giving the coast a one of a kind character. The shoreline is imperative piece of the occupants, as it is one of the spots where individuals come to loosen up after difficult day of work! Set aside a few minutes here and set up camp on the shoreline to witness nature taking care of business.

    Distance: 105 kms 

    Best time to Visit: July to December

  • 44Pawna Lake

    Pawna Lake

    In the same beautiful landscape that envelops Maval, lies a gorgeous destination of immense beauty; Pavna Dam. Bordered by the Sahyadri Ranges, it is a paradise of green and serene beauty that has settled itself around the reservoir of the Pawna River. On any given day, you can see ducks waddling around in the pond with their young ones or a bird that flits merrily on the surface the river.

    The Pawna area is replete with some amazing restaurants that serve good quality food at a reasonable price. However, if you are planning to extend your sojourn, there is always an option for camping on the shores of the Pawna Lake. Gaze at the pretty stars, be cheered by the lakeside bonfire or roast your own barbecue.

    Distance: 110 kms 

    Best time to Visit: February to May and October to December

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    Pawna Lake Camping

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  • 45Igatpuri


    A famous hill station in the Nasik district of Maharashtra, Igatpuri city has a rugged terrain complementing the scenic view it offers. There are several ancient temples in the region that attract numerous tourists, including GhatandeviMandir. There are also other picturesque lakes, dams and valleys that add to the appeal of the place.

    Distance from Mumbai: 120 kms

    Best time to visit: September - December

    Activities: Rock climbing, trekking and hiking

    Thrillophilia Recommended Tours & Activities in Igatpuri

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  • 46Malshej Ghat

    Malshej Ghat

    One of the most scenic places to take off to, MalshejGhat is a mountain pass nestled in the lofty terrain of the Western Ghats region in Thane district of Maharashtra. Home to several cascading waterfalls and dams, what’s interesting is that Malshej Ghat attracts the most exotic flamingoes during the monsoon season.

    It even houses Buddhist caves dating back to the 3rd century and is surmounted by an important historic fort by the name of Shivneri.

    Distance from Mumbai: 126 kms

    Best time to visit: August - September

    Activities: Bird watching, Trekking, Mountain climbing

  • 47Savarkut


    A beautiful hamlet in the district of Sindhudurg, Maharashtra, Savarkut features on the list of places to see in and around Mumbai primarily because of its location amongst hilly terrains. The Vaitarna river that flows merrily down the hillsides and in the deep valleys is one of the most beautiful sights which you can see in the landscapes of Mumbai. The scenic expanses and geographical diversity give you the option to explore and indulge in some adventure activities to your heart’s content.

    The dam controlled Vaitarna River is a hotbed for adventure and other adrenaline-pumping activities. It is here that you can experiment with rappelling, kayaking, flying fox and lake tubing. The river is also perfect for white water rafting and other water adventures.

    Distance: 130 km 

    Best time to Visit: Throughout the year

  • 48Murud - Janjira Fort

    Murud - Janjira Fort
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    Murud-Janjira is the local name of a fort situated on an island off the coastal village of Murud in Raigad district of Maharashtra. It is situated on an oval-shaped rock off the Arabian sea near the port town of Murud. The fort entertains tourists with its splendid view of the sea as well as its ancient architecture.

    Distance from Mumbai:  148 Kms

    Best time to visit: September - March

  • 49Silvassa


    The capital of the union territories of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Silvassa was one of the most important town to have come up during the Portuguese reign over the country. During that time, it was known as Vila de Paco d’Arcos and was the administrative centre of the Nagar haveli. Although Silvassa is only a small village, there is a steady upward rise in the development of its infrastructure since the 19th century.

    Known as the birthplace of the Warli art traditions, it is one of the places where you can see the art in its most refined form. It is in Silvassa that you can explore the relics of the Portuguese rule in its architecture, cuisine, dressing and even language. There is no dearth of places you can explore when you are here; everything from your religious to sightseeing tours will be satisfied. There are serene places to visit in Silvassa like the  Vanganga Lake Garden, Hirwavan Garden,Church of Lady Piety (Roman Catholic Church), Tribal Cultural Museum, Brindaban Temple and Balaji Temple

    Distance: 167 kms 

    Best time to Visit: Throughout the year

    Resort Stay and Water Park Activities in Silvassa

    Resort Stay and Water Park Activities in Silvassa

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  • 50Lavasa


    A well planned city beyond par, Lavasa is a gem of a destination tucked away in the green envelopes of the Western Ghats. Being located close to the Varasgaon dam it is a beautiful destination that has the best of everything on a platter; be it hills, mountains, rivers, lakes, sports or simply a day out with family and kids to places to see in and around Mumbai. This well-planned city enjoys a pleasant weather throughout and the approach roads are beautiful to say the least.

    Once in Lavasa, you will be at a loss to decide what to do and where to go first, for there is just so much you can do! You can indulge in water sports, embark on a Segway ride, watcha  live art performance or simply have a relaxing time at one of the lounges.

    Distance from Mumbai: 186 kms

    Best time to Visit: Throughout the year

    Adventure Activities and Camp Stay at Lavasa

    Adventure Activities and Camp Stay at Lavasa


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