MUMBAI - the living city that 'never sleeps'. The city leaves a bigger impression and influence on your life; It teaches you something which you’d never experience anywhere else. The city makes space for everyone and welcomes you with a warm heart.
In this tour we offer you a fascinating 'getaway' that gives you a ringside view of the 'madness and magic' of MUMBAI. The idea behind the tour is for you to experience the city the way locals do, to see Mumbai from an insider’s perspective. We will make sure you experience the real spirit of Mumbai.
Our Tour Specialist will meet you at the hotel/airport/cruise terminal in Mumbai. Your tour will begin by visiting Gateway of India, Mumbai's most famous monument, this is the starting point for most tourists who want to explore the city. Just around the corner is the iconic The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, the hotel's original building was commissioned by Jamshedji Tata and first opened its doors to guests on 16 December 1903.
After a short drive you will visit Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus train station (UNESCO world heritage site). Then head to Crawford Market which is more than a century old, here you will get to see and buy many Indian spices. We will also be seeing Asia’s largest open air laundry “Dhobi Ghat”, and then move on to see Mahatma Gandhi's residence in Mumbai “Mani Bhavan”. On our way you will see the Haji Ali Dargah, it is a mosque located on an islet off the coast of Mumbai.
We will be visiting Jain temple, Banganga tank and also Hanging Garden at Malabar Hill which is the best point in the city to view the sky line of Mumbai. We will also be taking a drive around Marine Drive also known as “Queens Necklace”. At the end we will be providing a drop service to your hotel in Mumbai.
You will come across many other places like Antilia (Most expensive private residential property in the world), Rajabai Clok Tower, Mumbai High Court & Kala Ghoda (Art district of Mumbai).
We also provide our guest with a local snacks and a ride in the local train so that you get a feel of the daily life of a Mumbaikar.
Things to carry:
Dress code as per the weather (advisable to wear comfortable long trousers for women as short pants are not permitted inside the premises of the Jain Temple)
9am to 4pm all days
Pick up Provided
• Transport by Private air-conditioned Car
• English-speaking guide
• Private tour
• Hotel pickup and drop-off
• Light refreshments
• Entrance fees to sites mentioned in the itinerary
• Entry fees to any site not mentioned in the itinerary
• Confirmation will be received at time of booking
• Children must be accompanied by an adult
• A minimum of 2 people per booking is required