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Escape the tourist crowds and enjoy an authentic local experience in Mumbai (Bombay) on this 2.5-hour. Travel by train, bus and taxi as you hop between city neighborhoods and enjoy people watching at the UNESCO-listed Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, famously seen in the film’ Slumdog Millionaire’. Get a glimpse of traditional life in Dhobi Ghat, admire the colorful blooms at the Dadar flower market and browse the stalls at the Chor Bazaar or Nul Bazaar. This small-group tour has a maximum of seven people for a personalised experience.


  • 2.5-hour Mumbai tour by public transport
  • Ride a public bus, taxi and train with your knowledgeable guide
  • Watch city life in action at UNESCO World Heritage-listed Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST)
  • Visit Chor Bazaar, Dhobi Ghat and the Dadar flower market
  • Learn about the local people who live and work in Mumbai
  • Small-group tour with a maximum of 7 people ensures a personalized experience

What You Can Expect

Mumbai in Motion: Mumbai Sightseeing Tour by Public Transportation

Mumbai in Motion: Mumbai Sightseeing Tour by Public Transportation

Customer Reviews

Edward V

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

An absolute essential introduction to Mumbai for anyone who wants to understand the basics of how the city works. Our guide Bipin, looked after us as if we were long lost friends. This must be the cheapest and most educative tour available.

Trevor S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

This trip set us up virtually straight off the plane to enjoy moving around using public transport with ease and confidence. Great guides. Excellent value.

Carolyn S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Fantastic tour, just what we wanted. Our guide, Bipin Kumar, really could not do enough to ensure we had a memorable time. This tour gave us a real insight into working Mumbai.

Boban Z

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

Really liked our guide Bibin?, who showed us how to travel around Mumbai using all the different modes of transportation available. This was really empowering later during our stay, when we dared take a train trip by ourselves and lived to tell about it! Plus, we got to see some cool areas we wouldn't have gone to on our own. Well worth it!

Dvora L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

This is really an authentic local experience in Mumbai. I find this tour very interesting and enjoyable. The guide Bipin Kumar was excellent. I felt very safe going with him on the public transport around Mumbai and he explained very nicely on the sites we passed on the way.

Tamasin C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

We really enjoyed this tour. Our guide was Pippin sorry this might not be quite right as we had so many guides on our trip I have forgotten the exact pronunciation and it was great fun going on the public transport around Mumbai. My partner is a train driver so he especially enjoyed the train trip. It was a great way to see the city from a different perspective and not jumping on and off of a tour bus! the only point it was slightly unnerving is when we needed two taxis as there were 4 on the tour and the guide was of course only with one set of people. You have to trust the taxi will take you where you need to go! Everything was fine with this but it did make me a little nervous! Overall we had a great time and the tour started at 8.30 and finished around 12.00pm. We got a taxi back from the end of the tour to our hotel which the guide helped us organise.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

A very good tour with a very good guide. We saw lots of sights and enjoyed travelling by bus and train. The only thing that could have been better is if we had finished at the same point as where we started

Hua Siong T

4 star rating: Recommended August 2016

awesome and love Mumbai

Patrick V

4 star rating: Recommended May 2016

A perfectly glance of street-life in Mumbai

Thuy-Van L

3 star rating: Worth doing January 2016

I was the only tourist of the day, it might explain the lack of enthusiasm of the guide. The visit was also shortened because the dabba-wallahs were off on January 26, the Republic Day of India.

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