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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.

Highlights

  • 4-hour bike tour of Mumbai
  • Cycle to UNESCO World Heritage-listed Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) and ride along Marine Drive to Sassoon Dock
  • Explore Crawford Market and Mumbadevi Temple on foot
  • Enjoy the calm and cool atmosphere of the early morning hours
  • Stop for tea and enjoy breakfast at the Kailash Parbat restaurant
  • Hear anecdotes from your professional local guide
  • Small-group tour limited to 8 people ensures a more personalized experience

What You Can Expect

Mumbai Bicycle Tour

Mumbai Bike Tour

Start your day in the early morning at Kailash Parbat restaurant. Meet your guide and the of your tour mates before hopping aboard your comfortable city bike (helmets available upon request). Take off on two wheels and explore this eclectic city at a leisurely pace. Follow your guide as you navigate away from major roads and into the side streets of Mumbai. The tour starts early to insure you beat the heat and the crowds.

Begin your ride on the back streets of the Fort area—a former business district from the 18th century. Bear witness to the morning commute as thousands of passengers descend upon Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST)—India’s busiest railway station. You may recognize the Victorian Gothic style of this UNESCO World Heritage site from the 2008 film, Slumdog Millionaire.

After witnessing the morning commute, head to Crawford Market where you’ll dismount your bike and venture inside for a quick look. One of the largest fruit, vegetable and meat markets in the city, this destination for local shoppers was the first place in India to get electricity. Cruise though Bhuleshwar and Kalbadevi bazaars before making a stop at Bombay Panjrapole. More than 350 sacred cows and other smaller animals are sheltered in this structure at the center of this kinetic city.

Make a stop at Mumbadevi Temple before riding through the colorful marigold garlands that decorate Mumbai’s flower alley. Enjoy a cup of steaming chai before coasting along the 1-mile (3-km) stretch of scenic Marine Drive. This stunning promenade offers incredible views of the Arabian Sea and offers a haven of peace and quiet (almost) as you make your way to South Mumbai’s major fishing Mecca, Sassoon Dock.

End your trip at Kailash Parbat restaurant, where you’ll enjoy a typical Indian breakfast with your friendly guide and new friends. Recount stories of the day and compare highlights while you savor a delicious group meal.

Customer Reviews

Anna K. A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

I never expected to meet anyone at the ungodly hour in the morning but the guides were there on time as were the other participants. The tour was a lot of fun and allowed us to discover fascinating parts of Mumbai with excellent local guidance. Always a good way to explore!

anna_brabant1

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

This tour is lots of fun. We had two lovely guides who made sure we were safe on the roads. We saw some very interesting sites and it felt that we were really getting in and experiencing life in Mumbai. Some of the sites are a bit confronting such as the meat market and the fish market but very interesting if you can handle the smell. The tour was finished off with a tasty breakfast with our guides. The only improvement would be helmets. I requested one but the two I was given were obviously child helmets and didn't fit so I went without.

Pak V

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

Even if you have no time, you need to go for the tour, I think one of the best available, and 100 it is great choice to see the city from Inside.

Stephan M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

We loved the tour. We had a very good guide, and all questions was answered. The bicycles were all new and adjusted to the individual.

Ellen S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

the tour gave usfamili of 4, boys 1113 a view of the city you can only see this way.

Kevin A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2015

Highlight of whole cruise holiday - a truly unforgettable experience. Superbly organised, excellent guide. A fantastic way to see Mumbai city

Antje G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

The tour was just a wonderful experience!

Stephanie G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2015

The best way to see a city, especially Mumbai is by bike! We enjoyed riding through the chaos and seeing the sights and sounds of Mumbai. The tour will start early but in four hours you will see almost all that there is to see of importance in the city. Our guides were very knowledgeable and we felt safe with both of them. On this trip we were able to visit the flower market, fish docks, fruit market, boardwalk, we fed cows, drank roadside chai masala and had a blast. This tour is not for the faint of heart, keep an open mind, travel light and enjoy the city of lights!

Rita P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

It was an extremely interesting and informative , plus fun trip!
There are certainly times that are very scary, but guides tried to protect us
Great way to see the city wake up.
We were promised forwarding of some pictures of fish market, etc.

Matthew E

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2015

This tour was amazing!

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