Mumbai is more famous as the commercial and financial capital of India for last 2 centuries. From a small village of the “Koli” fisher folks it got transformed into the bustling metropolitan city with more than 21 million people residing, working in this city and also living a life that people dream of enjoying in any big city of the world.
As a cultural melting pot of India, Mumbai has become the biggest South Asian deep sea harbour on the Indian coast line. The Portuguese traders were the first to recognise the potential that this harbour of seven islands actually had. Later on, the Portuguese power was replaced by the British government and they made this city, India’s dominant power of the 18th century.
The monolithic Gateway of India creates a perfect seascape for tourists who have reached that place to enjoy the beautiful view of that region. The Rajabai Clock Tower located near the iconic University of Mumbai also attracts the attention of all casual onlookers. Other elements of Mumbai sightseeing must also include all spiritual locations like the historic Mahalaxmi Temple, the famous Haji Ali Mosque, etc.
As a multi-cultural city, Mumbai houses numerous houses of worship for eight prominent religions including Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Sikhism, Judaism and Zoroastrianism. Tourists belonging to any ethnicity and religion can find this city to be a safe place to spend their holidays peacefully and with much joy in a cosmopolitan set up.
FULL DAY SHANTARAM TOUR
Gregory David Roberts, a man sentenced to 19 years imprisonment in Australia in 1978, escaped the prison in 1980 and became one of the most wanted men in Australia. He fled to India and wrote a book called Shantaram in 2003 about these recent events of his life. The book received commendations for its moving […]
HERITAGE WALKING TOUR OF MUMBAI
Enjoy your visit to Mumbai with an amazing Heritage Walking Tour. It is a great way to explore the multiple facets of the city and get mesmerized by its various hues. You would be visiting some of the most popular tourist attractions.
HERITAGE TONGA RIDE IN CITY OF DREAMS
A tonga is a light horse-drawn two-wheeled vehicle that normally you can experience only in the villages of India. But luckily enough, you can go for a scenic ride in the tonga in South Mumbai. South Mumbai hosts some of the most important landmarks of the city which are resplendent at night. Riding along the […]
JEWISH HERITAGE TOUR OF MUMBAI
Jews started settling in then Bombay during the 18th century. There were three Jewish communities – the Bene Israeli Jews of Konkan, the Baghdadi Jews of Iraq, and the Cochin Jews of Malabar. Today, there are hardly 5000 Jews in India, most of which are in Mumbai. This tour will open your eyes to Jewish […]
MUMBAI BOLLYWOOD TOUR
Hundreds of aspiring youngsters come to Mumbai everyday to make it as an actor and become rich and famous, as the city is home to Bollywood – one of the largest centers of film production in the world. How can you leave the city without seeing a celebrity and catching them weaving their magic for […]
MUMBAI VILLAGE TOUR
In this tour, you will be taken to the Khotachi Wadi village – a heritage village in Girgaon, Mumbai, India. It was founded in the late 19th century and most of the houses here are built in the old-Portuguese style. It is a must-visit for art or history buffs.
ART WALK TOUR IN MUMBAI
This full day walking tour is a must for art lovers. Mumbai boasts of many important artistic treasures, housed in its various art galleries, created by renowned global and national artists. You need to keep in mind that the museums and galleries are closed on certain days and at certain times of the day.
DHARAVI- INDIAN SLUM LIFE AT A GLANCE MUMBAI
This day will consist of a guided tour of Asia’s largest slum – Dharavi. It houses around 1 million people and it is a multi-religious and multi-cultural settlement. Dharavi was the setting for important parts of the Oscar-winning movie ‘Slumdog Millionaire’. Dharavi is like a micro-economy in itself, with various pottery, textiles, jewelry and leather […]
DHOBI GHAT TOUR – MUMBAI
Washed your clothes by hand lately? Imagine the world’s largest open air laundromat, where over 200 washer-men families have been washing clothes for years. Your tour will begin at 9 AM when we will meet you outside Mahalakshmi station from where you will be taken to Dhobi Ghat, where at any time between 8,000-10,000 dhobis […]
FEELING THE SPIRIT OF MUMBAI WITH THE DABBAWALAS
You cannot immerse yourself in the spirit of Mumbai without witnessing the Mumbai Dabbawalas in action. The Dabbawalas constitute the most organized food delivery system in the country. They collect food in lunch boxes from the residences of workers in the late morning, deliver them to their workplace on bicycles or by trains, and then […]