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Get to discover Mumbai – the city of dreams and also the commercial capital of the country. With our customized tour, get the freedom to explore your favourite eight attractions of Mumbai and take home an experience that will remain etched in your memory forever.
• Explore your favourite attractions in Mumbai
• Private guide & AC vehicle for your total comfort
• Get to know the history of the Gateway of India
• Don’t miss the opportunity to click some great pictures with the famous Dabbawalas and Dhobis of Mumbai
• Explore the Historic Sites of Mumbai
• Plan your own itinerary just the way you want
• Get to know the history of the city of Mumbai and its evolution
• Discover eight of the famous attractions of the city
Gateway of India On this customized tour, get ready to explore the most famous attractions of the city in total style & comfort. Pick out eight of your favourite attractions and start your tour right away: Gateway of India - Spend time clicking photographs and learning about the history of one of Mumbai’s prime landmarks – the Gateway of India. Built in 1924, it honours King George V and Queen Mary's visit to India in 1911.
Prince of Wales Museum (Mumbai) – Founded in the early 20th-century, the Prince of Wales Museum, now Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya commemorates George V’s visit to India, who was the Prince of Wales at that time. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the museum houses various exhibits on Art, Archaeology and Natural History.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminal -Victoria Terminus (UNESCO) (Photo opportunity) - Formerly Victoria Terminus, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Railway Station is Mumbai’s most extravagant Gothic edifice that stands tall as an adage of British India. It is a perfect topping of the Hindu, Islamic, and Victorian architectural styles whipped into an imposing structure of domes, buttresses, spires, turrets, and stained glass.
Mani Bhavan (National Gandhi Museum) – A museum and historical building dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi, the Mani Bhawan was the leader’s residence for about 17 years, from 1917 to 1934 and is one of the most famous attractions of the city.
Dhobi Ghat (Visit or Photo opportunity) - Catch the Dhobis - Mumbai's traditional laundrymen—live in action, washing half a million clothes every day at the massive 140-year-old open-air ghat.
Dadabbawala (Monday to Friday) (Photo opportunity) - Get a chance to capture some great photos with the Dabbawalas – the lunch-pail men who deliver home-cooked food from people's homes to their workplaces, and have been a topic of study & analysis at top business schools like IIM-A and Harvard.
Marine Drive - Queen’s necklace (Drive) - The Marine Drive is the heart and soul of Mumbai stretched across the coast of Arabian Sea. Capture the beauty of the Marine Drive at night, when it lights up and looks like a dazzling necklace.
Bandra-Worli Sea Link (Drive) - An architectural wonder, the Bandra-Worli Sea Link is a 5.6km cable-stayed bridge which crosses the Arabian Sea and links the Mumbai suburbs with South Mumbai. This 250-million-dollar bridge is considered an engineering marvel and the drive is totally a must.
Siddhivinayak Mandir - One of Mumbai’s most revered attractions, the Siddhivinayak Temple is an 18th-century temple made in honour of the elephant-head deity, Lord Ganesha. During the evening Aarti ceremony, the devotees sing hymns for God Ganesha and prays for their health and happiness.
Mahalakshmi Temple – Built in 1831 by Dhakji Dadaji, the Mahalakshmi temple is made in honour of Devi Mahalakshmi, the central deity of Devi Mahatmyam (a religious Hindu text). The temple enshrines the Tridevi goddesses Mahakali, Mahalakshmi, and Mahasaraswati.
Chowpatty Beach – The Chowpatty Beach is one of the most famous and highly visited beaches of Mumbai. It is a great spot to enjoy the sunset views and capture the beauty of the sea, adorned by the long stretch of white sand.
Bollywood Celebrity’s House (Photo Opportunity) – Get escorted to Juhu and Bandra to catch glimpses of the houses of some famous Film Stars (from outside) and make sure to click some good pictures.