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Experience a side of Mumbai that few visitors get the chance to see with this early-morning tour of the city. You'll wake up early in time to see a fish auction, a flower market, and a vegetable market set up all along both sides of a bridge, all before most people even crawl out of bed!
Experience daily life in south Mumbai's most vibrant markets with a local guide who provides insightful commentary and expert navigation. During this 2.5-hour walking tour, you also visit Mumba Devi Mandir, a Hindu temple, and see an unusual animal shelter inside Bhuleshwar market. Your guide explains all that you see — from spicy street foods to religious offerings to colorful clothing. Discover hidden gems that would be difficult to find on your own with this small-group tour limited to seven people, ensuring a more intimate experience.
Explore the whole Mumbai city in Two days Tours . The city lies on Mumbai Island, located off the Konkan coast of western India.'The City that Never Sleeps', 'The City of Dreams' and 'The City of Seven Islands' are just a few of the epithets used to describe the wonderful city of Mumbai.The city of dreams, has plenitude to offer its visitors. Be it the most glittering industry of the country, one of the largest slums or dhobi ghats in the world, this city takes the pride of being the home to all! In addition to all the offerings, this city has to offer, the ‘Dabbawala’ or the lunchbox carriers are the most amazing ones and At city tour visit all the top attractive in mumbai.The Elephanta Caves are a great tourist attraction in the vicinity of the large Mumbai meteropolis. The Elephanta island is located 10 km away from the Gateway of India at Mumbai. These caves house rock cut temples dating back to the 5th century CE.
A tour about the 'Khau Gullies' - literally meaning food lanes, is an ode to the the street food of Mumbai. If you are in the mood to tickle your taste buds or are looking for an excuse to ditch that diet and indulge in some gluttony – then look no further! This tour takes you through the history of various communities and their kitchens to see how they have impacted the cuisine of Mumbai, especially its street food.
Explore the city of Mumbai on a private sightseeing tour made from the LGBTQ community to feel safe, comfortable, and welcome in India. Visit key landmarks such as the Gateway of India, the Gandhi House, and the 150-year-old Crawford Market as you listen to commentary about the history of the country. Enjoy a delicious lunch at the famous Leopold Cafe & Bar and discover the hidden gems of Mumbai.
Mumbai is one of India’s most vibrant and multi-cultural cities, but first-time visitors often only see the main sights. This 4-hour small-group tour will give you an insight into real Mumbai life, as you ride a local train, visit a traditional flower market, sample typical Indian snacks, and admire landmarks such as the Gateway of India and the Hotel Taj Mahal Palace.
Explore local life in Mumbai with the insight of a private guide who shares places that are not addressed on typical city tours. You'll see fisherman at work, visit the open-air laundry of Dhobi Ghat, stroll through vibrant local markets, sample street foods, and take in temples, medieval buildings, and the bustling transit system. Includes lunch, transport by private vehicle, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
The Dharavi Slum in Mumbai is one of the largest slums in Asia but it is more than a place of poverty. The slum produces upwards of one billion dollars a year through various industries. Take a small-group guided tour through the slum to see the bustling plastic recycling industry, leather industries, schools, and local homes to get a feel for the day-to-day life of residents.
Trade the bustle of fast-paced Mumbai for a serene and contemplative setting in Borivali National Park. The ultimate mythological extravaganza, this full-day guided tour combines a visit to the ancient rock-cut caves of Kanheri with a classical Bharatanatyam dance performance by a leading Indian dance troupe. Tours include a tasty lunch and enriching commentary from your guide—a trained art historian.
A guided tour to Elephanta Caves, collection of temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Traveling on a cruise to reach this UNESCO world heritage site accompanied by your professional English speaking guide. You would also get a chance to visit Victorian-style architecture, Gateway of India.
In my opinion, tourists need a guide to explore the hidden places of a city and not the typical touristy spots. My tour is completely based on showing the non-touristy and off beat places in Mumbai. I start the tour with exploring the biggest flower market of Mumbai, and further we head to a 800 years old fishermen (original inhabitants of Mumbai) village in the middle of the city by commuting in a city bus to experience the bus ride which is used by 3 million commuters EVERYDAY!After that we go to a fortress (Built in 1675) at the end of the village. Post that we head out to explore the biggest open air laundromat (Dhobi Ghat) where around 100,000 pieces of clothes are hand-washed on daily basis.
1. Experience the Elephanta Caves located on Elephanta Island, seven major excavations in the area showcasing huge sculptures of Shiva, Hindu mythologies and Buddhist caves.2. Take toy train ride and at the plateau admire the complex and astoundingly detailed reliefs and carvings depicting narratives of the goddess Shiva; unique experience for you to remember for life and share with your family and friends.3. By the end of the tour, you will develop a great perspective of the city, its culture, the life of a local and you will also get some great insider tips and tricks to save money and to explore the best of the city."
Walking tour through the slum's narrow alleys is quite an adventure, and you'll undoubtedly feel the strong sense of community and the special spirit that exists here.The total population of Dharavi slum is unknown, and estimates vary widely. Some sources suggest it is 300, 000 to about a million.Dharavi is the second biggest slum in Asia and the third biggest in the world and will dispel negative image about the Slum
Get a fascinating look at 3 different aspects of life in Mumbai on this full-day tour. Walk through the streets of Dharavi to witness a hidden side of urban India. Experience shooting and studio tour at one of the Bollywood studio. Followed by a city tour.
Get to know the city through the eyes of a passionate local. With no set itinerary, you can customize the tour or leave it up to the local for an insightful introduction to the city. Make travel about the people you meet not just the places you see.
Meet your fluent English speaking guide at your hotel lobby, then head on towards to Gateway of India, We will take a ferry boat to reach Elephanta island & start the guided tour there. You can customize this private tour according to your requirements.
While Mumbai has plenty of famous temples, churches, and mosques, few visitors know that it also has a strong Jewish heritage. With this tour, you'll get to learn about Jewish life in the city, with visits to Magden Hassidim Synagogue, Gate of Mercy Synagogue, the local Jewish Graveyard, Kenneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue, and the city's Chabad House.
Visit Taj Mahal,Agra Fort and Baby Taj Mahal in a same Day Tour Private Tour Guide for Personalized ServicesAll Transfers and Sightseeing by Private Air conditioned Car with English Speaking DriverPick and Drop in MumbaiBuffet Lunch in a Traditional RestaurantFamily and Kids FriendlyAll Monuments Entrances IncludedReturn Flights from Mumbai to Delhi and Vice Versa
Cruise through the streets of Mumbai as the sun comes up atop two wheels on this Mumbai bike tour that highlights the best of this thriving metropolis. Take to the streets before crowds fill the streets on this 4-hour bike tour that follows paves roads over easy, mostly flat terrain. Ride at a leisurely pace and make stops for breakfast and tea, as well as to explore local markets, religious temples and the stunning railway station. Your expert guide will provide informative commentary as you enjoy the calm hours and cooler temps before Mumbai wakes up. Small groups are limited to 8 people, for a more intimate feel.
Explore one of the world's largest slums, the Dharavi Slum in Mumbai, with a dedicated guide on this private tour. Learn about the history and culture of this area and the daily lives of the inhabitants through your guide's enlightening commentary. See the Dharavi market place, where vendors daily necessities, then visit four different schools and Kumbharwada, a neighborhood of pottery workshops.
India, the cradle of civilization, the land of multiple religions. Zoom in a bit and you spot Mumbai - a cosmopolitan urban city with a zeal unmatched anywhere else in the country. Yet in all the rushing of the city, there are plenty of places which offer you peace and serenity.We undertake a tour to all the major shrines of religions in the city!
Visit the Karnala Bird Sanctuary situated at an hour’s drive from Mumbai. The sanctuary is surrounded by hills of the Western Ghats and has the Karnala Fort at its center. The fort is located on top of a hill and is a favorite with trekkers. The sanctuary is home to over 220 species of birds. Spend the morning watching some beautiful endemic and migrant species of birds.Highlights • Karnala Fort • Endemic species of birds like Malabar Whistling Thrush & the Malabar Parakeet • Four-Horned Antelope & Langurs • 114 species of butterflies
Dive head first into a unique full day experience in Mumbai! The Social Impact Journey is a mesmerizing journey for individuals interested in the social impact space, entrepreneurship, innovation or India and it’s society. If you are looking to learn, travel and give back, this journey is for you! You will be introduced to the most fascinating and inspirational female social entrepreneurs! These women will tell their story and share their innovative solutions to today’s social, cultural, and environmental issues. Stunted by the cultural norms in a patriarchal society that sees women as just mothers and wives; they must fight to break their poverty cycle. Throughout this journey you will be able to: - Experience the role of women startups and social enterprises in India. - Travel like a local - Visit an all-woman community center - Volunteer! - Meet the female beneficiaries from the local slum - Experience Indian Cuisine