They say when in Rome do as the Romans do, same applies to Mumbai. This is an off-beat 4-hour tour where you will see Mumbai from a wide angle, a variety of places to visit with the mode of travelling will be walking and public transport. You will see the historic sites with their relevant Gothic architecture, the cultural side of Mumbai where you will see people offering their prayers and morning rituals, as well as feeding the cows as a kind gesture toward them. You will also take a local train ride, however you need not worry about the crowds as you will be traveling on non-busy routes. Visit places such as the Gateway of India, Flower Market, Dhobighat and CST train station. It's like serving Mumbai on a plate.
Don't wait in the queue for a taxi or battle unfamiliar streets to make it to the Mumbai airport in time for your flight! Pre-book your private departure transfer from your Mumbai hotel to the Mumbai airport. You'll be met at your Mumbai hotel and transferred to either the international or domestic terminalin the comfort of a private, air-conditioned vehicle.
This 6-hour tour of'Mumbai is designed specially for cruise travelers who want to make the most of their limited time in the city. Experience the madness and magic of Mumbai, the living city that never sleeps. See its famous attractions including'Dhobi Ghat, Hanging Garden, Mani Bhavan, Marine Drive and the Gateway of India. Drive past the High Court, Prince of wales Museum, University and Flora fountain. Visit Victoria terminus now CST. The idea behind the tour is to see Mumbai from an insider's perspective. From bazaars to temples, you will experience the real spirit of Mumbai.
Make sure your arrival in Mumbai is hassle-free by booking a private transfer from the Mumbai airport to your Mumbai hotel. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With a private transfer, you won't wait in line for transportation, and you'll be taken directly to your hotel in air-conditioned comfort.
Journey back in time on this private tour from Mumbai to ancient Indian rock-cut caves. You have three cave options to choose from: the Kanheri Caves, the Elephanta Caves or both the Karla Caves and Bhaja Caves. With your knowledgeable private guide, explore one of these cave complexes to discover the early phases of Buddhist architecture, known as the Hinayana phase, and marvel at the incredibly detailed representations of Buddha carved into the rock walls. Your tour includes private air-conditioned transport, a traditional Indian lunch (depending on tour option selected) and entrance fees.** During the monsoon season between June 15 and September 15, 2014, tours of the Elephanta Caves will be subject to weather conditions permitting. Tour will not operate under rainy conditions or during high tide.
This is a private tour of Mumbai. This tour can be customized for tourists who don't have enough time but want to see the most of Mumbai.In this tour we offer you a fascinating 'getaway' that gives you a ringside view of the 'madness and magic' of MUMBAI - the living city that 'never sleeps'. Visit Includes Dhobi Ghat, Hanging Garden, Mani Bhavan, Marine drive, Gateway of India, Drive passes High Court, Prince of wales Museum, University, Flora fountain, Visit to Crawford Market & Victoria terminus now Cst, Jain temple, Banganga tank. 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.Special Offer - Book and travel by July 31, 2017 and save 15% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!
Experience Mumbai like a local! Discover what exciting Mumbai has to offer on this comprehensive half-day tour of the city's famous sights. Ride the taxis or buses with locals and admire the city's diverse architecture. See and learn about Mumbai's stunning structures, including the 14th-century Haji Ali mosque and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Victoria Terminus.
Get a look at the culture and history of Mumbai on this private tour to diverse relics of Mumbai's past. With your expert guide, visit Mani Bhavan, a mansion where Gandhi lived and conducted political activities while visiting Mumbai. Then, explore Dhobi Ghat, considered the world's largest open-air laundromat, where age-old techniques of hand washing have been passed down from generation to generation. You’ll also drive through Malabar Hill, an upmarket residential area, and enjoy great views of the city's landscape, all while enjoying interesting commentary from your guide.
If you enjoy exploring new places, try this walking tour of the 'native' bazaar areas of Mumbai. You'll be fascinated by the vibrant street markets, the colourful people, the multi-cultural mix of mosques, temples and derasars, the different cuisines, and the sheer throbbing energy of the place.
Experience Mumbai the best way you can: by tantalizing your taste buds. Guided by an entertaining professional Chef, you'll sample regional Indian cuisines, learn about Indian culinary culture and discover a new appreciation of spices. Let your palate guide your senses with this food tour. On this walking tour you will visit traditional restaurant to try authentic Indian Cuisine. The price includes all food and drinks served at the restaurants. Along the way, an English-speaking guide will explain tradition's behind Mumbai food and culture and advise on local specialties. Your local guide will guide you with Language and Translation, while providing Interesting fact's about Mumbai's history, culture and customs.
Take your taste buds on a joy ride by joining'this street food escapade.'A guide will accompany you to the'renowned places for local street food in Mumbai.'Try lip-smacking local favorites, such as Pani Puri, Vada Pav, kebabs and many more. A perfect tour for the foodies, this finger-licking experience provides a great opportunity to'relish the various flavours of Mumbai.
Get a insider look at slum life in Mumbai on this 3-hour walking tour. Make your way through the streets of Dharavi to witness a hidden side of urban India and get a new perspective on city life in one of India's, and the world's, largest cities. You will witness the community life that exists beyond religion and wealth.