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Mumbai Nightlife Tour


Experience the sights and sounds of the city that never sleeps.

The city that never sleeps has to be experienced when it’s time to sleep. Mumbai is a different city by night. As the heart of the day evaporates and gives way to cool evening breezes, teenagers, lovers, families, and the elderly head out to enjoy the weather. travel with us by car and witness the range of contrasts Mumbai NightLife Tour is famous for. Discover the legacy, culture, and important alleyways of Mumbai in this amazing night tour. This infotainment walking tour guarantees a remarkable experience full of fascinating insights, information, suggestions, recommendations, and beautiful anecdotes presented by a competent and pleasant guide. Enjoy the evening by walking by the prominent structures from Victoria Terminus to Marine Drive.

The Mumbai by Night Tour starts with a pick-up from your location of choice, then an overview of the city’s night-time highlights, Chowpatty Beach, Banganga Tank, CST Station, Marin Drive, Bandra-Worli Sealink & More.


  • Chowpatty Beach
  • Marin Drive
  • CST Station
  • Banganga Tank
  • Jain Temple
  • Kamala Nehru Park
  • Antilia Home
  • Kamathipura (Red-Light Area)


  • Private Tour:-INR 8,000/- Rupees. You can bring a maximum of five people on your private tour.
  • Operates daily, with the exception of Sunday
  • Duration: 5 hours
  • Start Time: 7:00 PM
  • Regal Cinema, Colaba, Hotel pickup and drop(South Mumbai)
  • Entrance fees to all site attractions
  • Cultured, professional, highly qualified, and knowledgeable Guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Transport by air-conditioned vehicle


 Mumbai Nightlife Tour Review

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The Longer Yard




The Longer Yard tour is a half-day experience, Dharavi has an active informal economy in which numerous household enterprises employ many of the slum residents, leather, textiles, and pottery products are among the goods made inside Dharavi. Most of these things are created innovatively, in very small spaces!

Before the visit to the Dharavi slum, we pass through Red Light Area (Kamathipura) & Dhobi Gath (Open Air Laundry)

>Kamathipura (also spelled Kamthipura) is Mumbai’s oldest and Asia’s second-largest Red-Light District. It was first settled after 1795 with the construction of causeways that connected the erstwhile seven islands of Bombay. Initially known as Lal Bazaar, it got its name from the Kamathis (workers) of other areas of the country, who were laborers on construction sites. Due to the tough police crackdown, in the late 1990s with the rise of AIDS and the government’s redevelopment policy that helped sex workers to move out of the profession and subsequently out of Kamathipura, the number of sex workers in the area has dwindled. 

In 1992, the Bombay Municipal Corporation (BMC) recorded there were 50,000 sex workers here which was reduced to 1,600 in 2009, with many sex workers migrating to other areas in Maharashtra and real estate developers taking over the high-priced real estate.

>Dhobi Ghat (Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat) is a well-known open-air laundromat in Mumbai, India. The washers, locally known as Dhobis, work in the open to wash the clothes from Mumbai’s hotels and hospitals. There are rows of open-air concrete wash pens, each fitted with its own flogging stone. Called the world’s largest outdoor laundry, Dhobi Ghat is a very popular attraction among foreign tourists.

The word Dhobi Ghat is used all over India to refer to any place where many washers are present. It is located next to Mahalaxmi railway station on the Western Railway’s Saat Rasta roundabout. It can be easily seen from the flyover bridge of Mahalaxmi station.

In 2013, World Records India and World Amazing Records honored World Record Certificate to Dhobi Kalyan.

  • Kamathipura ( Red-Light Area )
  • Dhobi Ghat ( Open Air Laundry )
  • A place where Slumdog Millionaire was shot
  • Leather Industries
  • Pottery
  • Making of soap
  • Bakery 
  • Color Dye
  • Small Alley
  • Schools & Hospitals
  • Houses in Slum
  • Plastic Recycling
  • Muslim people making a shrine for Hindus
  • Recycling of veg oil can
  • The most interesting thing is, guide himself lives in slums
  • Slum market
  • Group Tour: INR 1,800/- Rupees per person. (minimum 2 people for Booking) You will be accompanied by up to four other travelers, Transport will be by local Train & Taxi
  • Private Tour: INR 3,000/- Rupees Rupees per person. Transport will be by local Train & Taxi
  • Operates every day
  • Duration: 4-5 hours
  • Morning Tour: 10:00 AM
  • Afternoon Tour: 2:00 PM
  • Third Wave Cafe Shop is Just opposite Mahim west Railway station.
  • Tip Road, Unit no.58, Ground floor Ram Mahal Building, Senapathi, Senapati Bapat Marg, Station, Mahim, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400016 (Google Map)
  • Entrance fees to all site attractions
  • Cultured, professional, highly qualified, and knowledgeable Guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off for Private Tour
  • Transport by air-conditioned vehicle for Private Tour


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Mumbai Food Tour

Mumbai Street Food Tour


Best of Mumbai Street Food Tour!

Mumbai is a fun place for all travelers as well as foodies. The city provides an array of food stalls in markets that fill the air with an unresisting fragrance and dominate the taste buds. Embark on this Mumbai street food tour walk in some of the famous lanes of Mumbai and try a variety of dishes, some of which have been famous for over a hundred years now. Grab the chance to uncover and taste the delicacies in these hidden lanes that can be missed easily.

The tour will also take you to hidden gems and off-the-beaten-path spots that are favored by locals and offer a truly authentic taste of Mumbai’s street food. You will have the opportunity to interact with the vendors, learn about their cooking techniques, and discover the stories behind their delicious creations.

We provide a “Non-touristy” experience and tour that includes food tasting from the best specialty food shops, ethnic eateries, and local restaurants as well as an “off the beaten path” glimpse of life in Mumbai is famous across India for its outstanding street food but discovering good eateries on your own is not always easy.

Not to worry, that’s where we come in! We’ll help you experience all the flavors the city has to offer by guiding you through two of Mumbai’s best street food tours such as Pav bhaji, Bhel Puri, Seekh Kabab, Chicken Tandoori, Panipuri, Ice Cream & more with famous areas: Chowpatty Beach and Mohammed Ali Road.

 Hope you’re hungry!

> ITINERARY Mumbai Street Food Tour:
  • Pav Bhaji: Pav Bhaji is a famous Indian street food that originated in Mumbai. It’s a delicious and hearty dish made with spicy vegetable curry (bhaji) and soft buttered bread rolls (pav). This vegetarian dish is perfect for a quick and satisfying meal.
  • Bhel Puri: Bhel Puri is a popular Indian street food snack made with puffed rice, vegetables, chutneys, and spices. It’s a delicious and crunchy mixture of sweet, sour, and spicy flavors that makes for a perfect snack or appetizer.
  • Pani Puri: Pani Puri is a popular Indian street food snack that consists of small crispy puri shells filled with a spicy potato mixture and tangy tamarind water (pani). It’s a flavorful and refreshing snack that’s perfect for hot summer days. 
  • Sev Puri: Sev Puri is a popular Indian street food snack that originates from Mumbai. It’s a crispy and tangy dish made with small puris (crispy fried dough) that are topped with mashed potatoes, chopped onions, tomatoes, and a variety of chutneys. Finally, it’s topped with a generous amount of sev (thin crispy noodles made from chickpea flour).
  • Dahi Puri: Dahi Puri is a famous Indian street food snack that’s a variation of the popular dish, Pani Puri. It’s a combination of crispy puris filled with mashed potatoes, chickpeas, and a variety of chutneys. The puris are then topped with sweetened yogurt (dahi), more chutneys, and spices.
  • Chicken Roll: Chicken roll is a popular fast food item that’s a perfect meal on the go. It’s made with a tortilla wrap filled with tender, juicy chicken pieces, crunchy vegetables, and a variety of sauces and spices. This delicious and filling snack is perfect for lunch, dinner, or a quick bite. 
  • Seekh Kebab: Also spelled Sikh Kebab, is a popular Indian and Pakistani dish made with spiced ground meat (usually beef, lamb, or chicken) that’s molded onto skewers and grilled to perfection. These kebabs are often served with a side of mint chutney and naan or roti bread.
  • Jalebi: Jalebi is a popular Indian sweet that’s made by deep-frying a wheat flour batter into a spiral or pretzel shape and then soaking it in sugar syrup. It’s often served hot and can be enjoyed on its own or with a side of yogurt. This crispy and syrupy dessert is perfect for any occasion. 
  • Hand-Made Ice Cream: Taj Ice Cream is a famous ice cream parlor located in Mumbai, India. Known for its delicious and unique flavors, Taj Ice Cream has been a favorite among locals and tourists alike for over 130 years. From classic flavors like chocolate and vanilla to unique flavors like sitaphal (custard apple) and kesar pista (saffron and pistachio), Taj Ice Cream has something for everyone.
  • Group Tour: INR 2,000/- Rupees per person. ( minimum 2 people for Booking ) You will be accompanied by up to five other travelers,
  • Private Tour: INR  3,000/- Rupees per person. (For larger groups, please get in touch)
  • Operates every day
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Evening Tour: 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
  • Churchgate Train Station near the ticket window.
  • Ends near Mohammed Ali Road and MS Ali Road, just north of Chor Bazaar. Your guide can assist you in getting a taxi.
  • Cultured, professional, highly qualified, and knowledgeable Guide
  • Food Tasting & More.

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Mumbai Street Food Tour Review

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Is it safe to eat street food in Mumbai?

Yes, it is generally safe to eat street food in Mumbai as long as you choose a reputable vendor and exercise caution. Make sure to look for vendors who have a lot of customers, cook the food in front of you, and maintain good hygiene.

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Mumbai Market Tour

Mumbai Market Tour


Explore the new colorful places in Mumbai Market Tour:

Mumbai Market Tour through the historic markets of south Mumbai will give you a taste of real India. The wide streets and narrow alleyways are alive with activity. In front of colonial buildings and alongside temples and mosques, vendors shout from carts that sell everything from colorful birds and spicy snacks to flowers and Indian clothes.

A tour of Mumbai is not concluded if you haven’t visited the magnificent markets for the essence of Mumbai lies not in its landmarks but in its markets. Discover Mumbai’s bazaars and relish the essence of the city while interacting with local people. The Mumbai Market Tour lets you explore the colonial buildings, along with temples and mosques, and witness the vendors who shout from their stalls and carts to sell their commodities.


  • Crawford Market: – The Iconic market for shopping scented candles, exotic fruits, cake mold party wear stuff, and other accessories.
  • Mangaldas Market:- The famous cloth markets, fabrics, and other stuff available around here will tempt you for more.
  • Spice Market: As mentioned earlier, Crawford Market is one of the oldest and largest markets in Mumbai. It’s famous for its fresh produce, including a wide range of spices. You can find everything from cumin and coriander to turmeric and cardamom here.
  • Jewelry Market: – This market is a hub for jewelry and is one of the oldest and busiest markets in Mumbai. You can find a wide variety of gold, silver, and diamond jewelry here, as well as precious and semi-precious stones.
  • Flower Market: This market is the largest flower market in Mumbai and is famous for its colorful blooms. You can find a wide variety of flowers here, from marigolds and roses to lilies and orchids.
  • Jama Masjid: It’s known for its beautiful architecture and peaceful atmosphere. The mosque has a rich history and has been an important center of Islamic learning in Mumbai.
  • Mumba Devi Temple: The temple has a rich history, dating back to the 18th century when the original structure was built by a local Marathi merchant. 
  • Madhav Baugh: In addition to providing shelter for cows, Madhav Baugh cares for cows, who are considered sacred animals in the Hindu religion. The shelter is run by a trust, which was founded in 1956.


  • Group Tour: INR  1,500/- Rupees per person. ( minimum 2 people for Booking ) You will be accompanied by up to six other travelers.
  • Private Tour: INR  2,300/- Per Person  (For larger groups, please get in touch)


  • Operates every day
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Morning Tour: 10 am
  • Afternoon Tour: 2 pm
  • Evening Tour: 4 pm


  • McDonald’s opp Victoria Station (V.T Station)


  • Cultured, professional, highly qualified, and knowledgeable Guide


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What is a Mumbai market tour?

A Mumbai market tour is a guided tour that takes you through the bustling and vibrant markets of Mumbai, where you can experience the city’s unique culture and learn about its history through its markets.

What are some popular markets to visit in Mumbai?

Some popular markets to visit in Mumbai include Crawford Market, Chor Bazaar, Colaba Causeway, Dadar Flower Market, and the Sassoon Docks Fish Market.

What can I expect to see on a Mumbai market tour?

On a Mumbai market tour, you can expect to see a wide variety of goods, including spices, fruits and vegetables, textiles, jewelry, antiques, and more. You’ll also get a chance to interact with local vendors and learn about the history and culture of the markets.

How long is a Mumbai market tour?

Mumbai market tours can vary in length, but most tours last between 2 and 3 hours.

Is it safe to visit the markets in Mumbai?

Mumbai is generally a safe city, but like any large city, it’s important to take precautions to ensure your safety. When visiting the markets, it’s a good idea to keep an eye on your belongings and be aware of your surroundings.

What should I wear on a Mumbai market tour?

Mumbai is a hot and humid city, so it’s a good idea to wear lightweight, breathable clothing. Comfortable walking shoes are also recommended.

Can I bargain at the markets in Mumbai?

Yes, bargaining is a common practice in Mumbai markets, and vendors often expect customers to negotiate on prices.

Elephanta Caves Tour

Elephanta Caves Tour

Exploring the Mysteries of Elephanta
Caves Tour: A Historical Perspective

The Elephanta Caves Tour is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located on Elephanta Island, just a short ferry ride away from Mumbai, India. The caves are known for their intricate rock-cut sculptures and temples, which date back to the 5th to 8th centuries AD. The best is to Take a Guided Elephanta Caves Tour who was born and rose up on that Island.

To start your Elephanta Caves tour, We need to take a ferry from the Gateway of India in Mumbai. The ferry ride takes about an hour each way and offers stunning views of the Mumbai skyline as well as the Arabian Sea.

Once you reach Elephanta Island, you’ll need to walk up a series of stairs to reach the cave complex. There are two main groups of caves, known as the Hindu Caves and the Buddhist Caves. The Hindu Caves are the most famous and contain a number of impressive sculptures and shrines dedicated to various Hindu deities such as Shiva, Vishnu, and Brahma.

As you explore the caves, be sure to take note of the intricate carvings and sculptures, which include depictions of mythological scenes, gods and goddesses, and animals such as elephants and lions. The most famous sculpture in the Elephanta Caves is the three-headed bust of Shiva, which is located in the main cave. 

Overall, a tour of the Elephanta Caves is a must-see experience for anyone interested in Indian history and culture, as well as for those who simply want to take in the beauty of this unique and awe-inspiring site.

Highlights of Elephanta Caves Tour

  • Explore the caves of Elephanta Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Reach Gateway of India to begin the historical tour of Elephanta Caves.
  • From Mumbai Harbour, you will be taken to the caves on a ferry boat via the Arabian Sea.
  • Explore 7 major caves with carvings, paintings, and inscriptions of Shiva, Buddha, and Hindu mythology.
  • The major 3 caves are The large Hindu Cave, Buddhist Cave, & Shiva Cave.
  • Learn about the history of the depictions from the professional tour guide.
  • Enjoy the toy train ride taking you around the caves and admire the detailed carvings and structures.
  • Get an insight into the history of the caves
  • See the beautiful carvings of Gods inside the cave
  • An English-speaking guide


  • Group Tour: INR 3000/- Rupees per person. ( minimum 2 people for Booking ) You will be accompanied by up to six other travelers, ( all costs Including )
  • Private Tour: INR 4,000/- Per Person (For larger groups, please get in touch)

Extra Things to Add:

  • Lunch with Family: INR 200/- per person ( End of the tour, lunch with a nearby family home for a Vegetarian Meal. Get comfortable and feast the local way, sitting on the floor and eating with your hands )
  • Fishing Tour: INR 900 per Person ( Get a chance to fish on Elephanta Island with Locals and learn the technique of Fishing )


  • Operates { Monday Closed }
  • Tuesday To Sunday
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Morning Tour: 8:30 AM
  • Afternoon Tour: 12:00 PM


  • Reagle Cinema, Old Customs House Rd, Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400005


  • Entrance fees to all site attractions
  • Cultured, professional, highly qualified, and knowledgeable Guide
  • Ferry and Toy Train Ticket
  • Island Taxes
  • Water Bottles


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Elephanta Caves Tour Review

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Some FAQs for the Elephanta Caves Tour:

What are the Elephanta Caves?

The Elephanta Caves are a collection of ancient rock-cut temples, sculptures, and carvings on Elephanta Island, near Mumbai, India. They date back to the 5th to 8th centuries.

How long does it take to explore the Elephanta Caves?

It usually takes around 4-5 hours to explore the caves, depending on your pace and interest level.

What is the best time to visit the Elephanta Caves?

The best time to visit is during the weekdays or early in the morning to avoid crowds. The caves are open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, except for Mondays when they are closed.

What should I wear when visiting the Elephanta Caves?

It is recommended to wear comfortable and modest clothing, as the caves are considered a religious site. It is also advisable to wear comfortable shoes as there are stairs and uneven paths.

Can I take photographs inside the Elephanta Caves?

Yes, you can take photographs inside the caves, but you may need to pay a small fee for photography.

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Mumbai Shore Excursions

  • Mumbai Shore Excursions
  • Mumbai Shore Excursions
  • Mumbai Shore Excursions
  • Mumbai Shore Excursions

Experience the best of Mumbai Shore Excursions that takes you to the city’s most iconic landmarks and hidden gems. This tour is perfect for travelers who are short on time but want to see as much as possible.

Your excursion will begin at the Gateway of India, a monument that was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Mumbai in 1911. From there, you’ll head to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is considered one of the most beautiful train stations in the world.

Next, you’ll visit the iconic Marine Drive, also known as the Queen’s Necklace, which is a picturesque promenade that offers stunning views of the Arabian Sea. You’ll also get to explore the Hanging Gardens, which are terraced gardens that offer panoramic views of the city.

Your excursion will then take you to the Dhobi Ghat, a unique open-air laundry where locals have been washing clothes for over 100 years. You’ll get to see the dhobis (laundrymen) at work and learn about the history and significance of this fascinating place.

Finally, your excursion will end with a visit to Crawford Market, a bustling market that is famous for its wide variety of goods, including fresh produce, spices, and souvenirs.

Throughout the excursion, you’ll be accompanied by an expert guide who will provide you with insight into Mumbai’s history, culture, and way of life. You’ll also travel in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle, ensuring that you stay cool and comfortable even in Mumbai’s heat.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to see the best of Mumbai on a shore excursion. Book your tour today and create unforgettable memories of this vibrant city. Send us your Mumbai Shore Excursion inquiry at or You can call or WhatsApp at +91 9004135215 We will get back to you with the prices and also the complete itinerary of the Shore Excursion we have planned on that date for that Cruise Ship visiting Mumbai.

Bicycle Tour

Heritage Bicycle Tour

Experience Mumbai in the calm and cool of the early morning!

Have you ever seen India’s busiest metropolis before it wakes up?

Pedaling around India’s biggest city would, by day, mean taking your life in your hands. Fancy a cycle ride through the wanted heritage sites of the city you call home to come and see Aamchi Mumbai on a cycle tour with like journey enthusiasts. Let the sights and sounds of the South Mumbai Heritage Bicycle Tour enthrall you under the indigo midnight sky. Breathe in the crisp, cool air you surpass nice monuments, previous structures, and architectural wonders, all lying asleep at the close of day.

While the remainder of the city is barely just commencing to wake up, we have a tendency to take advantage of the empty streets and cool air to explore South Mumbai by cycle. The tour starts at 6 AM and as you wind our way through the back lanes, we’ll visit must-see Mumbai sights just as the Gateway of India and CST Station as well as some hidden gems like Sassoon Dock and Mumbai Panjrapole (cow sanctuary). Safety is the number one priority on this trip, and thus Bicycle helmets are available on request and a second guide cycle at the back of the group.

> ITINERARY of South Mumbai Heritage Bicycle Tour
  • Gateway of India:- The iconic place was constructed during the time of the British Raj. The serene ferry services and various other entertainment activities attract a lot of tourists.
  • Victoria Terminus train station:- The excellent connectivity to central, harbor, and outstation trains is simply mesmerizing. The exteriors too have the perseverance of ancient colonial structure.
  • Crawford The first shopping destination that ran on electricity in ancient ages, till today the place remains to be unaffected by modern advancements.
  • Marine Drive named Queen Necklace gives a beautiful view of the Arabian Sea.
  • Sassoon Dock:-The place has remained to be one of the oldest docks and constructed in 1875.
  • Group Tour: INR 2000/- Rupees per person. ( minimum 2 people for Booking ) You will be accompanied by up to six other travelers,
  • Private Tour: INR 10000/- You can bring a maximum of six people on your private tour. (For larger groups, please get in touch)
  • Operates every day
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Morning Tour: 6:00 AM
  • Morning Tour
  • Starts and ends at Kailash Parbat Restaurant, Colaba
>Level of Difficulty
  • The tour is very easy to ride; the terrain is very flat, and we go at a slow pace and stop regularly to see the sights on the tour and to listen to the guide.
>Safety Concerns
  • We start the tour early before the roads get crowded. We avoid the major roads and use the inner streets wherever possible.
  • Bicycle helmets are available on request. There is a second tour guide who cycles at the back of the group.
  • Cultured, professional, highly qualified, and knowledgeable Guide
  • Bicycle and helmet (upon request)
  • Drinks during the tour
  • The tour will finish in the same place after a typical Indian breakfast

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