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The Mumbai by Dawn Tour

Recommended by Nigella Lawson & Nat Geo Traveller!

Overview

Experience a side of Mumbai that few visitors get the chance to see with this early-morning tour of the city. You’ll wake up early in time to see a fish auction, a flower market, and a vegetable market set up all along both sides of a bridge, all before most people even crawl out of bed!

Have you ever thought about where your food comes from or how that newspaper reaches your hotel room?
This 4-hour tour gives you an insight into how trade works in Mumbai and the city’s life that begins at dawn. The emphasis on fresh food in Mumbai makes mornings so important in terms of trade.
Drive to different marketplaces to see the business traders go about their daily routines. Your first interaction will be with a newspaper vendor and then you walk across the street to the fruit, flowers, and vegetable wholesalers who are surrounded by men and women bargaining for fresh supplies for the day ahead.
If you are still sleepy – the next stop is bound to wake you up, the smell of fish! The Sassoon docks are an incredible experience. It is the city’s first wet dock and the only one open to the public. You will also take a small distance train ride and at the end of the tour, you will attend Morning Prayer in one of the famous before being dropped back off at your accommodation.

Tour Highlights:

1. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: Possibly the most architecturally stunning building in India, Victoria Terminus Railway Station, now CST, sees a record of six hundred and sixty thousand footfalls daily, making it the busiest station in Mumbai. At dawn, the CST station also serves as the city’s largest newspaper sorting area.

2. Sassoon Dock: Travelers understand the life of the Koli fisherfolk (the original inhabitants of Mumbai) and also witness the arrival and grading of 50 tonnes of fish. They also witness a one-of-its-kind fish auction of the famous Bombay Duck.

3. Dadar Market: Witness the early morning color and fragrance of this market.

4. Dhobi Ghat: Every day, thousands of dhobis (washermen) scrub, flog, wash, and bleach clothes on rows of open concrete wash pens. More than 7000 dhobis wash more than 1 lakh clothes every single day. This includes everything from hotel and hospital linens to clothes from neighborhood laundries.

>PRICING:
  • Private Tour: INR 8,000/- You can bring a maximum of five people on your private tour. (For larger groups, please get in touch)
  • For Private Tour Travellers will be picked up and dropped at their Hotel.
>TIME:
  • Operates every day
  • Duration: 4 Hours
  • Start Time: Flexible – Suggested at 5:00 AM
  • End Time: Flexible – Depending on the pre-arranged start time
>Inclusions
  • Cultured, professional, highly qualified, and knowledgeable Guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off (south Mumbai)
  • Transport by air-conditioned vehicle
>Exclusions
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drink

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Banganga Walkeshwar Walking Tour

Take a Best of Mumbai’s exclusive Malabar Hill, at the northern end of Back Bay, Banganga Tank is a sacred oasis where it feels like time has stood still for centuries. The tank is a contrasting microcosm of the fast-paced city and one which many locals aren’t even familiar with. This is understandable, as the secluded Banganga Tank isn’t somewhere that can be randomly passed by. 

Our Friendly well experienced English Speaking Guide who is Born & Rise up there and still lives at Banganga Residence.

Visiting Banganga Tank provides an exceptional opportunity to submerge yourself in the history of the city, and learn about how it evolved from seven sparsely populated islands to the bustling metropolis it is today. Banganga Walkeshwar Walk is flanked by a narrow street lined with temples, homes, and Dharamsala (religious rest houses). It forms the route of the holy parikrama, a walk around the tank on foot, which Hindus believe to have immense purifying benefits. There’s also a dhobi ghat which is Mumbai’s most famous open-air laundry.

Tour Highlights:

  • The Oldest Continually Inhabited Place in Mumbai
  • Total 18 Temple surrounded: Take a walk to all temples and Guide will give you their deep stories.
  • Memorial Stones: These pallias are memorial stones of dead warriors that are worshiped by Gujaratis.
  • Banganga Tank and Walkeshwar Temple: The steps of Banganga Tank serve many purposes: a play area for children, a social hub for residents, a space to dry washing, and a place to perform puja (worship).  
  • Deepstambhas: (pillars of light) mark the entrance to Banganga Tank, as well as significant temples in the area. Astonishingly, a saint is said to be buried under each one!
  • Street Around Banganga Tank: It is flanked by a narrow street lined with temples, homes, and dharamsalas (religious rest houses).
  • Encroaching Migrant Communities: The area is home to slum-dwellers who have occupied it for the past few decades.
  • Dhobi Ghat: Second largest laundry in Mumbai where you will see Open air laundry which was built by the British.

Meeting Point:

Hotel Banganga

Address: 1, Bhagwanlal Indrajit Rd, Teen Batti, Malabar Hill, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400006

Google link:

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Cost:
  • Group Tour: INR 999/- Per Person (another person will be in Group)
  • Private Tour: INR 6000 /- Up to 4 Person
TIME:
  • Operates every day
  • Duration: 2 – 2.5 hours
  • Batch Time: Morning 11:00 am
What To Wear:
  • Please wear modest clothing (for women: no sleeveless shirts, short shorts, or low tops)

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Mumbai Heritage Walk

Mumbai is probably known as the ‘dream city’ and rightly so the city is indeed like a beautiful, magnificent dream. Old Mumbai is the part of Mumbai that represents its heritage and history. Reflecting on the time of the Colonial era, the area is studded with numerous tourist attractions. From Chhatrapati Shivaji terminus to the ‘White town’ to the University library to the magnificent Marine drive, the city has so many spectacular attractions that one can never miss. Explore all these places of Old Mumbai and many more with this heritage walk tour.

Walking tours expose many residents and visitors to the structures. They are sponsored by the Mumbai Heritage Walks group, established in April 1999. The group was established by city architects Abha Bahl and Brinda Gaitonde. Their aim is to “raise the awareness of the people of Mumbai and visitors, about the city’s architecture and heritage monuments. Personalized, educative, and imaginative; the walking tours highlight the vast range of architectural styles, planning elements, and ornamental details, tracing the social and cultural history of the city.

Itinerary:

  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: View the most beautiful train station in India and one of the world’s UNESCO Heritage Sites.
  • Town Hall (Asiatic Society Library): A colonial structure in Mumbai, one of the oldest library in town.
  • St. Thomas’ Cathedral, Mumbai: It is a 300-year-old cathedral church of the Diocese of Mumbai of the Church of North India.
  • Flora Fountain: Flora Fountain, built in 1864, depicts the Roman goddess Flora
  • The University of Mumbai is one of the oldest and premier Universities in India.
  • Bombay High Court: It is seated primarily in Mumbai, and is one of the oldest high courts in India.
  • Kala Ghoda: A crescent-shaped art district in Mumbai, India. It hosts several of the city’s heritage buildings 
  • Watson’s Hotel: The earliest surviving example of cast-iron architecture in India.
  • Hotel Taj Mahal Palace: A heritage, five-star, luxury hotel in the Colaba area of Mumbai.
  • Gateway of India: An arch-monument built in the early 20th century in the city of Mumbai.

Details:

  • group-size: Up to 6 people in one group with one Guide.
  • duration: 3 hours
  • Meeting point: McDonald’s at CSMT
  • Batches: Morning 10:00 am | Afternoon 1 pm (13:00) | Evening: 5 pm (17:00)
  • Cost: INR 1000/- Per Person

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Mumbai City Tour

 Mumbai Sightseeing Tour

Do you know Bombay was 7 islands?

We offer the best Mumbai tour with English-speaking Mumbai tour guides. Our Mumbai city tour guides and Bombay Hidden History you will not find in any Books. Our Mumbai tour guides speak excellent English and have years of experience leading guided tours for Western tourists visiting the city for business and leisure.
This is one of the best Mumbai City Sightseeing tours. This Mumbai tour covers British Monuments, Markets, Laundry, Temples and is led by the best private Mumbai Tour guide & Also with car Transfer.
Mumbai is a city that is best appreciated by a guide. Mumbai Dream Tours offers a guided tour of Mumbai City, where you will visit all the major landmarks and sights. Mumbai, wherein we will take our visitors to experience the journey from real to reel. This tour will be the ultimate experience of your life’s dream come true.
>Highlights of the tour:-
  •  Gateway of India – built to welcome King George V and Queen Mary into India
  • Taj Mahal Palace Hotel 
  • Mumbai University – British heritage building built in 1857
  • Rajabai Clock Towers – Big Ben of India
  • Watson’s Hotel Ruins – Tata was refused entry into this hotel and so he built the Taj Mahal Hotel
  • Oval Cricket Ground – Place where we play the most beloved sport in India
  • Bombay High Court – Beautiful British Heritage Building
  • Victoria Terminus Train Station (CST) – UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Municipality Building – Another marvelous Colonial building
  • Drive past Marine Drive and Chowpatty beach
  • Mani Bhavan – Gandhi Musume
  • Kamala Nehru Park – Skyline view of the city & Old woman’s shoe
  • Hanging Gardens – Gardens built on top of water tanks near the Tower of Silence (Parsi burial place)
  • Dhobi Ghat – Open Air Laundry where clothes are washed in full view of the public
  • It also includes driving past many British Heritage Buildings like Flora Fountain & Hutatma Chowk, Telegraph Office, India Post Office Building, Kala Ghoda Area.
>PRICING:
  • Private Tour: INR 8,000/- You can bring a maximum of five people on your private tour. (For larger groups, please get in touch)
  • For Private Tour Travellers will be pick up and dropped at there Hotel. (south Mumbai)
  • Group Tour: INR 3500/- Per Person & Maximum 2 person ( via Aircon A/C car )
  • For Group Tour travelers have to come to our meeting point at the Regal Cinema, Colaba.
>TIME:
  • Operates every day
  • Duration: 5-6 Hours
  • Start Time: Flexible – Suggested at 8:30 AM or 2 PM (14:00)
  • End Time: Flexible – Depending on the pre-arranged start time
>Inclusions
  • Entrance fees to all site attractions
  • Cultured, professional, highly qualified and knowledgeable Guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off (south Mumbai)
  • Transport by air-conditioned vehicle
>Exclusions
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drink
>Suggitions:

 

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Dharavi Slum Tour

  • Mumbai Dharavi slum Tour
  • Mumbai Dharavi slum Tour

Visit Asia’s Largest Slum, DHARAVI: The Heart of Mumbai.

Why is Dharavi the heart of Mumbai?

Dharavi is one of the largest slums in Asia. Dharavi’s economic output is estimated to be approximately 1 billion US dollars annually much of that revenue is generated by the Rubies informal recycling industry over 20 million people live in Mumbai they produce over 6,500 tons of garbage every single day over 85% of that waste is recycled. Normally people think slum is all poor people left there but we are trying to show the different set of Dharavi slums which is a sense of community and friendly and hard work hard-working people that have is a place where many different kinds of people live there are very poor people and also very very rich also people who export stuff from here who make millions of rupees so it’s a city within the city we love doing this tour’s in Dharavi because this is not a monument where information always the same here we meet the real people and the real side of slum and this is how we are trying to change the legend about the Dharavi slums in Mumbai.
Dharavi slums in Mumbai the DHARAVI it’s one of the most vibrant centers for extreme entrepreneurship on our Planet. It has a large number of thriving small-scale industries that produce Plastic Recycling, export quality leather goods, pottery, embroidered garments, and many more. Most of these products are made in tiny manufacturing and sold in domestic as well as international markets. Most of these things are created innovatively, in a very small space!
The most interesting thing, guides himself lives in the Dharavi slum
 
>Itinerary:
  • The place where Slumdog Millionaire was shot
  • Leather Industries
  • Pottery
  • Making of soap
  • Bakery
  • Colour 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
>PRICING:
  • Solo Traveller: INR 1000/- You will be accompanied by up to six other travelers.
  • Group Tour: INR  800/- Rupees per person. You will be accompanied by up to six other travelers.
  • Private Tour: INR  4,000/- You can bring a maximum of six people on your private tour. (For larger groups, please get in touch)
>Extra Things to Add:
  • Pickup and Drop: INR 6200/- You can bring a maximum of six people on your private tour. (For larger groups, please get in touch)
  • Learn Pottery: INR 200/- per person (Get hands-on with pottery Making. by visiting a local potter’s workshop—where we’ll get a general overview of pottery making and have a go at wheel throwing and making a piece of Kumbharwada art )
  • 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 )
  • Mehendi artists ( Henna ): INR 500/- per Hand (one side)  The blushing moment you found in Our Dharavi community with a Professional Henna artist.
>TIME:
  • Operates every day
  • Duration: 2 – 2.5 hours
  • Morning Tour: 10:00 AM
  • Afternoon Tour: 2:00 PM
  • Evening Tour: 5:00 PM
>MEETING LOCATION:
  • 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) https://goo.gl/maps/qet1YSS94CUeJ8eb8
>What To Wear:
  • Please wear modest clothing (for women: no sleeveless shirts, short shorts, or low tops) and closed-toed shoes.
>Suggitions:
  • You can Book Dabbawala Tour so You can get two more spots to explore: Dhobi Ghat & Meet Dabbawalas with Mumbai Local Train Ride.
  • you can also combine your slum tour with Mumbai city Tour or other Tours in Mumbai.

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Mumbai Nightlife Tour

 ABOUT THE MUMBAI NIGHTLIFE EXPERIENCE:
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 different city by night. As the heart of the day evaporates and give 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 is famous for.
The Mumbai by Night Tour starts with a pick up from your location of choice, then an overview of the city’s at night-time highlights, Chowpatty Beach, Banganga Tank, CST Station, Marin Drive, Bandra-Worli Sealink & More.
 >TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Chowpatty Beach
  • Marin Drive
  • CST Station
  • Banganga Tank
  • Jain Temple
  • Kamala Nehru Park
  • Antilia Home
  • Kamathipura (Red-Light Area)

>PRICING:

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

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The Longer Yard

 

 

ABOUT THE THE LONGER YARD:

This 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 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 tough police crackdown, in the late 1990s with the rise of AIDS and 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, Bombay Municipal Corporation (BMC) recorded there were 50,000 sex workers here which were 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.
>TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Kamathipura ( Red-Light Area )
  • Dhobi Ghat ( Open Air Laundry )
  • Place where Slumdog Millionaire was shot
  • Leather Industries
  • Pottery
  • Making of soap
  • Bakery 
  • Colour 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, guide himself lives in slums
  • Slum market
.>PRICING:
  • Group Tour: INR 1,800/- Rupees per person. (minimum 2 people for Booking) You will be accompanied with up to four other travelers, Transport will be by local Train.
  • Private Tour: INR 6,000/- Rupees. You can bring a maximum of five people on your private tour. Transport will be by A/C car.
>TIME:
  • Operates every day
  • Duration: 4-5 hours
  • Morning Tour: 9:00 AM
  • Afternoon Tour: 2:00 PM
>MEETING LOCATION: For Group Tour
  • Morning Tour: Churchgate Railway station Ticket Window No.16 Near Book Stall.
  • Afternoon Tour: Churchgate Railway station Ticket Window No.16 Near Book Stall.
>Inclusions
  • 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 Street Food Tour

Mumbai’s Best Street Food Tour!

We provide a “Non-touristy” experience and tour includes food tasting from best specialty food shops, ethnic eateries, and local restaurants as well as “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:
  • Pav Bhaji
  • Bhelpuri
  • Pani Puri
  • Ice Cream
  • Vadapav ( Indian Burger )
  • Chicken Tandoori
  • Sikh Kabab
  • Dosa

 

>PRICING:
  • Group Tour: INR 1,800/- Rupees per person. ( minimum 2 people for Booking ) You will be accompanied with up to five other travelers,
  • Private Tour: INR  8,000/- You can bring a maximum of five people on your private tour. (For larger groups, please get in touch)
>TIME:
  • Operates every day
  • Duration: 4 hour
  • Evening Tour: 5:30pm – 9:30 pm
>MEETING LOCATION:
  • 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.
>Inclusions:
  • Cultured, professional, highly qualified and knowledgeable Guide
  • Food Tasting & More.
>Suggitions:

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Market Tour

 Explore the new colorful places in Mumbai Markets:

A walking tour through the historic markets of south Mumbai will give you a taste of the 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.
>Itinerary:
  • 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 for more.
  • Spice market
  • Jewelry market
  • Flower market
  • Jama Masjid:- Oldest Muslim community
  • Mumba Devi Temple
  • Madhav Baugh
  • Cow Shelter
>PRICING:
  • Group Tour: INR  1,500/- Rupees per person. ( minimum 2 people for Booking ) You will be accompanied with up to six other travelers,
  • Private Tour: INR  6,000/- You can bring a maximum of five people on your private tour. (For larger groups, please get in touch)
>TIME:
  • Operates every day
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Morning Tour: 10 am
  • Afternoon Tour: 2 pm
  • Evening Tour: 4 pm
>MEETING LOCATION:
  • Mc Donald’s opp Victoria Station (V.T Station)
>Inclusions
  • Cultured, professional, highly qualified and knowledgeable Guide
>Suggitions:

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Elephanta Caves Tours

 Visit the Holly & Romantic place and learn more about the Hindu Gods:

The Elephanta Caves Tour signifies the glorious abode of Lord Shiva. Visit Shiva Cave, and see various rock art, Buddhist sculptures, carvings, paintings, and inscriptions. The caves are also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Consisting of seven caves on the Arabian Sea, it stands as the epitome of Hindu cave culture. Embark on this tour with a professional guide to witness the magical beauty of Mumbai from the sea as you enjoy the boat ride to the location.

The scenic historic events and rock-cut architecture are worth seeing. The caves are just 34 km away from the Apollo Bunder also known as the Gateway of India; this cave remains to be unaffected by modern advancements. The place attracts millions of visitors right from the 7th century A.D. The enchanting caves of Shiva and various forms of Natrajaya do offer a perfect treat to the camera lens.

The caves are a network of sculpted caves. They are two groups of caves Hindu and Buddhist caves. Hindu caves contain wonderful sculptures of lord shiva dating back to the 5th & 8th centuries.

Highlights:

  • Explore the caves of Elephanta Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Reach Gateway of India to begin the historical tour to 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
 

PRICING:

  • Group Tour: INR 2,800/- Rupees per person. ( minimum 2 people for Booking ) You will be accompanied by up to six other travelers, ( all costs Including )
  • Private Tour: INR 10,000/- You can bring a maximum of five people on your private tour. (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 do fishing on Elephanta Island with Locals & Learn the technique of Fishing )

TIME:

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

MEETING LOCATION:

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

 Inclusions:

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

Suggestions:

 

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