As said by The great Gandhi "A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the souls of its people." so why not travel with one, our company provides you a locally well-versed guide with a car who will accompany you from the start to the end of the tour. We also include a small train ride on the city tour because why only see the local life, why not live one?. Our company adds a little spice to the tour with the hint of local complimentary cuisines. In our Hindu Culture, we believe 'Atithi Devo Bhava' that means 'guest is like a god' and we Indians do not like to upset our gods so your safeties and smile is our first priority. And as said by Prophet in Muslim Culture "Charity does not decrease wealth" so also a free Mehendi(Henna) class is run in the slums of Dharavi for underprivileged girls by our company.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Gateway of India, Mumbai, MaharashtraOwned by the ASI(Archaeological Survey of India) this is a beautiful gate built in 1924 for the commemoration of entrance of King George The V and Queen Mary in 1911 in Mumbai.Duration: 15 minutesPass By: The Taj Mahal PalaceThe Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, is a heritage five-star luxury saracenic revival architecture hotel in the Colaba region of Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, situated next to the Gateway of India.Pass By: Mumbai University GroundThe main attraction of this place is the detailed colonial architecture of the building and The Rajabai Clock Tower lookalike of The Big Ben of England.Pass By: Bombay High Court, Mumbai, MaharashtraThe only high court of Mumbai named as Bombay High Court has an amazing colonial architecture.Stop At: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj TerminusOwned by the UNESCO, earlier known as The Victoria Terminus Station is a world heritage site which is also a lookalike of The St.Pancreas station of London. The main attraction of this place is the unique architecture of this building.Duration: 15 minutesStop At: Crawford Market, Mumbai, MaharashtraThe largest wholesale market existing in Mumbai is a must visit if you want to have an insight into the market life of MumbaiDuration: 20 minutesStop At: Dhobi Ghat, Mumbai, MaharashtraDhobi Ghat in Mumbai is one of the largest open-air laundries all over the world. With a population of over 200 families, this place is rewarded by the Guinness World Book Of Records in 2013 for maximum people washing the clothes at the same time.Duration: 10 minutesStop At: Hanging Gardens (Ferozeshah Mehta), Mumbai, MaharashtraHanging Gardens built in 1881 is a beautiful public park at the top of Malabar Hills. Hanging Gardens serves as covering to the water reservoir beneath which facilitates the whole locality of Malabar HillsDuration: 18 minutesStop At: Kamala Nehru ParkExactly opposite to The Hanging Gardens this place is locally famous for having a large Boot House and a picturesque view to the bay of South Mumbai.Duration: 10 minutesPass By: Tower of Silence, Mumbai, MaharashtraTower of Silence right next to Hanging Gardens is a Parsi burial ground.Stop At: Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum, Mumbai, MaharashtraTemporary House of The Father of Nation this place facilitated Gandhi from 1917 to 1934. The great march of Satyagraha was launched from this house. Duration: 30 minutesStop At: ISKCON Chowpatty (Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Mandir)Being in a country known for its culture, everyone visiting Mumbai needs to visit a temple for sure, and what can be better than Isckon temple, the god which is worshipped in this temple is Lord Vishnu, known as The Nurturer in Hindu Trilogy.Duration: 12 minutesStop At: Marine Drive, Mumbai, MaharashtraAlso known as Queen's Necklace, Marine Drive is a 3.6 km walkway by the beach and is one of the most visited place by the people around Mumbai.Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Girgaum Chowpatty, Mumbai, MaharashtraGirgaum Chowpatty is a beach in the South Mumbai which is surrounded by beautiful buildings. It has several street food stalls in it serving the best local cuisines of MumbaiDuration: 5 minutesPass By: AntiliaAntilia is a 27 floored residential building for a family of 6, owned by Mr.Mukesh Ambani Antilia is the world's most expensive house.