• Location: Mumbai, India
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
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Experience the culture and history of one of India’s greatest cities on this Mumbai private sightseeing tour. Visit ancient relics from the nation’s past, check out the mansion where Ghandi one lived with your expert guide, and take in the wonder of Dhobi Ghat, the world’s largest open-air Laundromat, which can only be described as a truly epic operation. Venture through the posh neighborhood of Malabar Hill and take in breathtaking views of Mumbai while you listen to stories form your guide.


  • 4-hour private tour of Mumbai's historical and cultural relics
  • Visit Mani Bhavan and learn about Gandhi's life and contributions to Mumbai
  • Explore Dhobi Ghat and witness the age-old tradition of hand washing in Mumbai's largest open-air laundromat
  • Admire spectacular views as you drive through the exclusive residential area of Malabar Hill
  • Round-trip transport by private air-conditioned vehicle included

What You Can Expect

Private Tour: Malabar Hill, Mani Bhavan and Dhobi Ghat in Mumbai

Dhobi Ghat, the Largest Open-Air Laundry in Mumbai

Explore the city from the comfort of your private vehicle. Your expert guide will collect you from your hotel in the morning or afternoon for this Private Tour of Malabar Hill, Mani Bhavan and Dhobi Ghat in Mumbai. Start your journey with a drive through the posh neighborhood of Malabar Hill, where you’ll take in impressive views of the city. Check out the Jain temple dedicated to Adinath (no entry) and pass the drive past Kamala Nehru Park and the Hanging Gardens.
Make a stop at Mani Bhavan, where your guide will share stories about its most famous resident—Maatma Gandhi. Hear how Martin Luther King, Jr. and Barack Obama have visited the place while you tour the two-story building that houses a library, diorama exhibition of Gandhi’s life and a photo exhibit. (Library is closed every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month.) Listen in as your guide explain the Quit India Movement and the role Mani Bhavan played in its inception.
Afterwards, take a 15-minute drive to Dhobi Ghat, the world’s largest outdoor Laundromat. Learn how the men of this truly fascinating operation seamlessly gather, wash, press and return clothing to families across the city.
As you return to your hotel, drive past Victoria Terminus and pass the famed Gateway of India, which was built to commemorate King George V and Queen Mary’s visit to Mumbai.

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

a fabulous guide and a lovely day thank you Ram

Claudia M

4 star rating: Recommended August 2015

The tour was great. I was a comprehensive introduction to Mumbai. The guide was very atentive satisfaying our curiosity about indian culture and the myths associated to it. this was not part of the tour was she gather that we were interested in history and culture as well. She was super finfing ua a place were we could paint our hands with heena.


4 star rating: Recommended December 2014

Very good look at Mumbai, which is so huge you could never see all of it... Really enjoyed my driver and guide, safe, knowledgeable, good communication skills and a real ability to talk about and show what I was interested in during the tour.

Peter F

4 star rating: Recommended January 2013

Quit a good exploration of Mumbai, with interesting views of Malalbar Hill, Mani Bhavan and Dobi Ghat.

Debby B

3 star rating: Worth doing April 2015

The tour was good and my English speaking lady guide was great as was my driver. BUT i wascharged 132.50 on my credit card instead of the quoted 33 on the website. Every one I speak to heresays its no my problem, so it would begood if someone could check and get back to me insteadof passing the buck. Thanks.


3 star rating: Worth doing March 2014

Our tour guide was great...very knowledgeable and funny. Since we booked two tours, the company did decide (without consulting us) to changed our schedule around, which was a little frustrating as it left us with a few hours to kill where we weren't able to go out and do anything due to evening plans (since we didn't find out until the day of). They thought it was in the best interest of the flow of the two tours, and I would have been a lot more open to it if they would have informed us ahead of time. It made me keep questioning if we really were getting the full tours our if we lost 2 hours of the experience somewhere. Nice people, though.

Sadhana C

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better January 2015

Interesting tour of South Mumbai. Good booking experience ....absolutely hassle free.
The problems started when I had to deal with India office where I had to do a lot of follow up for pickup etc.
(Still better than some some of the local companies I must say)
The guide (Murli) spoke very loudly, did not have any interesting information ( and at times it was incorrect) and argued every time whenever any of us had a different view point or information. He would get very loud to support his point of view and his entire focus was on trying to impress my Jamaican brother-in-law with his knowledge of cricket !! In the process he missed pointing out quite a few landmarks such as Rajabai clock tower which is modelled on Big Ben, etc. The driver/coordinator (Sandeep) was more polite and better informed than the guide.

Ranee P

1 star rating: I do not recommend this January 2017

Saw most attractions through the car window.

Guide was not properly informed regarding the tour. She was giving us a day tour rather than the half-day tour some maybe happy about this.

Malabar Hill - Walk through a park with the tour guide. View of Mumbai hazy.
Dhobi Ghat - Car stops near Dhobi Ghat. We are shown the facilities from the street.
Mani Bhavan - Guide left us at the entrance of the museum. We walked through the venue ourselves. Not really a guided tour.

All three activities can be done independently, tour not required.

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