27 September 2016

 

Amazing things to do in
Mumbai

Mumbai

Sights and sounds of Mumbai

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Full Day Mumbai City Tour
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Full Day Mumbai City Tour

Make the most of Mumbai

Mumbai is the commercial capital of India, and a fast paced, cosmopolitan city. And on this must-do tour you visit the Gateway of India, situated at Apollo Bunder, which was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911. Next visit the Prince of Wales Museum, which houses a priceless collection of art, sculpture, china and other antiques.

Then drive past the Victoria Terminus, Mumbai University and Rajabai Clock Tower. Make a photo stop at Dhobi Ghat, the amazing open-air laundry of the city and continue past Marine Drive, Chowpaty Beach, the Parsi Towers of Silence and Malabar Hill. Your final stop is at Mani Bhavan, the old Mumbai home of Mahatma Gandhi. It's a pretty, two-storied structure that showcases well-preserved memorabilia.

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Elephant Caves Tour
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Elephant Caves Tour

You'll rave about these caves

They were named Elephanta by the Portuguese, who took possession of them several centuries later, and found a monolithic stone elephant at the place they first landed. Now you can see them for yourself by taking an hour long boat trip from the Gateway of India, passing the Mumbai harbour, and the Naval barges, before reaching the Elephanta Caves.

At this UNESCO World Heritage Site you will see the carvings in the caves dedicated to Lord Siva as you explore their hidden depths. The magnificent caves are located on Elephanta Island and contain beautiful carvings, sculptures, and a temple to the Hindu God. The island, being a commercial, military and religions centre for centuries, also has traces of early Buddhist culture.

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Heritage Walk of Mumbai
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Heritage Walk of Mumbai

Walk back into history

Founded by city architects, The Bombay Heritage Walks have been one of the best walking tours around the city since 1999 and they aim to raise awareness about the city’s architecture and great monuments. Personalised, educational and imaginative, these tours highlight the vast range of architectural styles, planning elements and ornamental details, tracing the social and cultural history of the city.

You walk around the throbbing Kala Ghoda Art District, meander through the sleepy by-lanes of old Colaba, stroll down the Gateway of India and see the Jehangir Art Gallery, Prince of Wales Museum and State Police Headquarters. Later visit the splendid Mumbai University Campus, Rajabai Clock Tower and Flora Fountain and enjoy the arcaded bazaars along the Victorian style D.N. Road.

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Spirit Of Dharavi
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Spirit Of Dharavi

Enterprising slums

On this tour, you see why Dharavi is the heart of small scale industry in Mumbai. Many people know it as the 'largest slum in Asia', but there is much more to this historic area than poverty. Dharavi's industries have a mind boggling annual turnover and you see a wide range of these money-making activities including recycling, pottery-making, embroidery, leather tanning, poppadom-making and many more.

Most of these enterprises are created in innovative ways and in very small spaces. When passing through the residential areas you will feel the sense of community and spirit that exists. People from all over India live in Dharavi, and this diversity is apparent in the temples, mosques and churches that stand side by side. A tour through Dharavi's narrow alleys is an adventure and a real eye-opener.

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Experience The Life Line of Mumbai
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Experience The Life Line of Mumbai

Line up a laundry visit

You travel to Mumbai's Churchgate station to board your train to Mahalaxmi, travelling in a first class compartment and on arrival take a walk to visit the amazing Dhobi Ghat (open laundry). Described as the world's largest outdoor laundry, Dhobi Ghat features row upon row of open-air concrete wash pens, each fitted with its own flogging stone.

Later travel to visit the opera house in the charming little village of Khotachi Wadi, which is free of traffic. This 19th century settlement actually belongs to Mumbai's East Indian community. Later visit Bhuleshwar Market, Zaveri Bazaar where you can buy jewellery and Mangaldas Market for wholesale cloth. After the train journey back stop at a bakery for a quick snack before returning to your hotel.

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Bollywood Tour in Mumbai
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Bollywood Tour in Mumbai

Say hello to Bollywood

You've seen the award winning movie Slum Dog Millionaire, now is your chance to soak in the real Bollywood magic as you encounter India's first ever rendezvous with the dream world. You don't have to be a film fan to get the most out of this exciting and colourful tour which is a real must when visiting the incredible Indian city of Mumbai.

You get to see the sets, locations and studios where Bollywood has created some of the greatest Indian epics. Experience Bollywood Tourism is the counrtry's only structured product that offers a memorable ringside view of how the Hindi film industry gets its act together. This tour is perfect for visitors keen on a refreshing, educational and entertaining insight into this thriving industry.

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