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Golden Triangle with Goa and Mumbai

As the name indicates, the incredible India journey of 12 days will take you to discover some of the best highlights in the Golden Triangle, three must-visit tourist destinations where hosts the world-famous heritage sites, before heading to beautiful historic town of Goa and the bustling megacity...

India - Land of Contrast

India - Land of Contrast

Featuring the rich tapestry of cultural diversity and fluctuating history, the massive South-Asia country of India invites worldwide tourists to visit and discover various attractive aspects of its inherent glamour. This tour is an ideal trip for common tourists or travelling families as it serves...

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Incredible India Wildlife Tour

For nature lovers or wildlife enthusiasts, this 16-day adventure surely arouses their interest of joining numerous intrepid activities in the prominent national parks and sanctuaries across North India. The country is endowed with the incredible ecosystem variety and the richness of fauna and...

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A Majestic Journey to India, China and Indonesia

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As one of the most famous symbols in the city of Mumbai, the Gateway of India, located on the waterfront in Apollo Bunder area, is an excellent sightseeing spot where offers a panoramic and open view...

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Elephanta Caves are a collection of ancient cave temples predominantly dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, which are located on an epynomous island about 10km off the east coast of Mumbai (Bombay) in...

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Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is a shopping paradise and is filled with markets such as Colaba Causeway and Crawford Market. It is also home to Bollywood, India's largest film industry, and Dharavi, Asia's biggest slum.

When visiting Mumbai, some of the must-see attractions include the Gateway of India, Kala Ghoda, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (Mumbai's primary museum), Colaba Causeway, and Film City. In this article, we will discuss these must-see places in Mumbai and what makes each one interesting and unique.

  • The Gateway of India was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary.
  • The Wellington Fountain was built in 1865 in memory of the Duke of Wellington, a loyal servant of the British Crown who visited Mumbai in 1801 and 1804.
  • The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, formerly known as the Prince of Wales Museum, contains a collection of 2000 rare miniature paintings from several noteworthy art schools in India.
  • Film City is home to 1000 film sets with lifelike gardens, mountains, lakes, homes, cities, and villages that have all been used in Bollywood films.
  • Marine Drive is Mumbai's iconic curved coastal boulevard decorated with a glowing string of street lights.

1. Gateway of India

The Gateway of India is located at the tip of Apollo Bunder overlooking the Mumbai Harbor and Arabian Sea.

This monument is the unofficial icon of the city of Mumbai. It is now a popular hangout place for travelers and photographers and is surrounded by food stalls selling tasty snacks. The city's Elephanta Festival which was once held at the Elephanta Caves is now held in front of the gateway in March every year.

The Gateway of India was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Mumbai for their formal proclamation as the Emperor and Empress of India in 1911.

Location: Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Hours: Open all-day

2. Wellington Fountain and Colonial Buildings

The Wellington Fountain is a two-tiered octagonal fountain located at the intersection of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Marg, Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg, and MG Road. The fountain is made of basalt and is adorned with eight marble statues. The top tier is made of metal and is decorated with cast-iron leaves.

The fountain was built in 1865 in memory of the Duke of Wellington, a loyal servant of the British Crown who visited Mumbai in 1801 and 1804. The Duke was a well-liked British figure in India as he was one of the first men to write about the Indian famine.

The Wellington Fountain is also surrounded by beautiful colonial buildings. The Sahakari Bhandar is a colonial-era building that was once a hotel and is decorated with mock minarets and Gujarati balconies. The Art Deco Regal Cinema is another building nearby which was designed by Charles Stevens and completed in 1933.

Location: Centre And Near Regal Cinema, SP Mukherjee Chowk, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai

Hours: All-day

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3. Kala Ghoda

Kala Ghoda Art Precinct is part of the Fort District which is one of the fashionable neighborhoods in Mumbai. This area of the city is a cultural hub of education, history, art, and food. Kala Ghoda is a specially designed crescent-shaped structure that houses the best art galleries in the city.

In February every year, there is a nine-day art festival that is organized by the Kala Ghoda Association. The festival draws a large number of travelers who come to see activities such as dance, music, theater, cinema, and literary performances.

The name Kala Ghoda means Black Horse and is a reference to a bronze statue of King Edward VII that was located in the center of the area.

Location: Stretching from Regal Circle to Mumbai University at MG Road

Hours: 24 hours

4. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya

The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, formerly known as the Prince of Wales Museum, is Mumbai's primary museum. It was built in the Indo-Saracenic architecture style and is adorned with an impressive white dome. The museum building is bordered by lavish green gardens.

The museum contains a collection of 2000 rare miniature paintings from several noteworthy art schools in India. You can also find exhibits of ancient Indian art and sculptures in the museum's sculpture gallery. Decorative artwork made from wood, metal, jade, and ivory are also part of the museum's collections.

The museum was built to commemorate the visit of the Prince of Wales in 1905. The building was completed by 1914 but was then used by the military as a hospital during World War I. The museum was opened to the public in 1922.

Location: 159-161, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai

Hours: 10:15 am to 6 pm

5. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is the most impressive Victorian Gothic building in India. Today, the terminus serves as the headquarters of the Central Railway and is one of the busiest railway stations in India seeing over 1,000 trains and three million passengers passing through every day. This station was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Mumbai, in 2004 for its historical value and beautiful architecture.

Designed by Frederick William Stevens with beautiful domes, spires, and arches, this historic railway station was completed in 1888 and was originally called the Victoria Terminus to commemorate Queen Victoria's 50-year rule. It wasn't until 1996 that the station's name was changed to honor Shivaji, a legendary king who founded the Maratha Empire.

Constructed in Victorian Italianate Gothic Revival style with classical Indian elements, the terminus is often mistaken for a cathedral. It is topped by a large central dome, on which stands a 4-meter tall statue of a woman holding a torch in her right hand and a wheel her left representing the idea of progress.

Below the dome, you'll see the beautifully colored stained-glass windows decorated with floral patterns. The ticket hall is topped with a Neo-Gothic vaulted roof with designs made from stained glass and colorful tiles. For most travelers, visiting the terminus and waiting in line during rush hour adds an exciting dimension to their experience of this beautiful structure.

Location : Dr Dadabhai Naoroji Rd, Fort Area, Mumbai

6. The National Gallery of Modern Art

Located in an Edwardian building, the National Gallery of Modern Art is the most impressive museum space in Mumbai and displays a large collection containing thousands of modern art pieces.

The museum also houses a specialized library containing books, photographs, and audiovisual materials. They also periodically host a number of lectures, workshops, film screenings, and seminars.

For travelers who have an interest in modern art, the gallery offers fascinating insights into the field of visual and plastic art and phenomenal sculptures. Inside the museum, you can also stop by the souvenir shop which sells postcards and prints of popular artworks. It usually takes around 2 hours to explore the museum.

Location : Sir Cowasji Jahangir Public Hall, MG Road, Fort, Mumbai

Hours : 11 am to 6 pm, closed on Monday and National Holidays

7. Jehangir Art Gallery

Established in 1952 by Sir Cowasji Jehangir, the Jehangir Art Gallery is one of Mumbai's premier art institutions. Here you'll find a collection of artwork by leading contemporary Indian artists, painters, photographers, sculptors, and craftsmen. Some of the most famous artists shown in the gallery include A. Ramachandran, Akbar Padamsee, and M.F. Husain.

The gallery has also held a great number of lectures, workshops, and discussions. Today, the complex contains six primary halls that are each equipped to exhibit different themes and art mediums including the Auditorium Hall, Hirji Jehangir Art Gallery, Exhibition Galleries 1 to 4, and the Terrace Art Gallery for Photography.

This gallery is also a hub of cultural activity for artists, art connoisseurs, and the public.

Location : Jehangir Art Gallary, 161- Kala Ghoda, Mumbai

Hours : 11 am to 7 pm, from Monday to Sunday

8. Colaba Causeway

The Colaba Causeway, officially called Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, is the main road that connects the Colaba Neighborhood to Old Woman's Island which is one of the city's seven nearby islands and part of historic Old Bombay.

Colaba Causeway is one of the most exciting places to visit in Mumbai and is famous for being a shopper's paradise. Here, you can find great bargains on clothes, accessories, and home decor. There are also several restaurants offering great food and drinks at affordable prices.

The construction of the street occurred between 1835 and 1838 and was completed under the supervision of the British East India Company. The road was built to avoid the deadly accidents that took place due to overcrowded boats that often sailed between Colaba and Old Woman's Island.

Location: Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Hours: 9 am to 10 pm

9. Crawford Market

Crawford Market, now officially called the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Market, has long been the center of shopping life in South Mumbai.

The market offers an exciting shopping experience for those who love to explore local wet markets. Crawford Market is full of an array of dazzling fruits, vegetables, and poultry. Here one can experience the mix of the fragrances as they change from stall to stall from the fresh smell of vegetables to the mouthwatering smell of homemade chocolate.

The construction of the market was completed in 1869 and business commenced in 1871. The wealthy British would often send their domestic help to buy the day's produce from the Crawford Market.

Location: Lokmanya Tilak Marg, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Area, Dhobi Talao, Mumbai

Hours: 9 am to 8 pm

10. Bollywood

Bollywood is India's major film industry that produces many Hindi Movies which are famous for their catchy music and fun dance numbers. The Film City is the home of Bollywood and is one of the major attractions in Mumbai.

Film City is a large film studio that is spread across an area of 520 acres. Film City contains around 1000 film sets that include lifelike gardens, mountains, lakes, homes, cities, and villages that were all used in Bollywood films.

Film City was constructed by the Maharashtra state government to facilitate the growth of the industry. It has now become one of the best film studios in the country with world-class facilities that have been used to shoot over 900 movies and television shows.

Location: Goregaon, Mumbai

Hours: 11 am to 6 pm

11. Marine Drive

Marine Drive, also called the Queen's Necklace, is Mumbai's iconic curved coastal boulevard that is decorated with a string of glowing street lights.

This entire stretch of boulevard follows the curve of the coastline and is shrouded with palm trees and bordered by the Arabian sea. Marine Drive is the best place in Mumbai to watch the sunset or to just take a seaside stroll.

Marine Drive was built in the 20th century as part of the British government's Back Bay Reclamation Scheme during the second phase of Mumbai's urban development. This scheme involved dumping stone into the sea to create land and expand the city westward.

Location: Stretching along Nariman Point and Girgaum Chowpatty

12. Haji Ali Mosque

Haji Ali Dargah is one of the most prestigious Islamic symbols in India and is located in South Mumbai on an island in the waters of the Arabian Sea just about 500 meters off the coast of the Worli Fishing Village.

The mosque was built in 1431 and is dedicated to the memory of Sayyed Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, a 14th-century wealthy merchant who became a saint. The saint is famous for giving up all his wealth and material possessions to make a pilgrimage to Mecca from his home of present-day Uzbekistan.

Besides the mosque, the island also houses the tomb of Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari.

Location: Dargah Road, Haji Ali, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Hours: 6 am to 10 pm

13. General Post Office

The General Post Office is Mumbai's central post office that distributes most of the city's mail as well as issues stamps and prints postcards and letterheads. Being the head office, it is tasked with dispatching a large volume of mail to other post offices for delivery.

Completed in 1913, the General Post Office was designed by British architect John Begg and supervised by George Wittet. Modeled after the Gol Gumbaz in Bijapur, this fabulous composition of minarets, domes, and arches is a prime example of an Indo-Saracenic style building. 

The building itself contains a lofty three-story rotunda structure inside which leads to various departments. The philately section is popular among stamp collectors and it also has a souvenir shop selling postcards and all kinds of stationery.

Location : Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Area, Fort, Mumbai

Hours : 10 am to 6 pm, from Monday to Saturday

14. Banganga Tank

Often called the mini-Banaras of Mumbai, the Bangana Tank is an ancient water tank that dates back to the 12th century. The tank is part of the Walkeshwar Temple complex in Malabar Hill.

The Banganga Tank is a rectangular-shaped structure that is surrounded by steps on all sides. Here, thousands of worshipers can climb the steps and take turns bathing in the holy water and giving offerings of flowers at the Banganga Temple.

The Banganga Tank was built in 1127 by Lakshman Prabhu, a Brahmin minister in the court of the Silhara dynasty of Thane. The water in the tank is regarded as a subsidiary of the holy Ganges River and is considered sacred and is believed to have healing powers by many.

Location: Walkeshwar Temple, Malabar Hill

15. Elephanta Island

Elephanta Island is located just off Mumbai's eastern shore and is known for its cave temples. The Elephanta Caves on the island have been made a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contain carvings that depict scenes from Hindu mythology and show the period of Brahmanical revival from the 6th century.

Originally called Gharapuri, or "Island of Caves", the island was renamed Elephanta by the Portuguese after they found huge stone statues of elephants there. Today, these elephant statues are displayed at the Jijamata Udyaan, a beautiful garden in Mumbai.

The most important statue inside the caves is the huge triple-headed Shiva, also known as the Trimurti (the three manifestations). The three faces of this compelling image represent the three versions of Shiva: the creator, the preserver, and the destroyer.

The central face, with its serene expression, depicts Shiva the preserver and resembles another god called Vishnu. The west-facing head shows Shiva the creator and is depicted as gentle and graceful. The head facing east with serpents adorning the hair and a cruel mouth represents Shiva the Destroyer. There are more superb sculptures on either side of this main statue.

Elephanta Island can be visited via an hour-long ferry ride from the Gateway of India. Make sure you catch the last return ferry which leaves at 5:30 pm because tourists are not allowed to stay overnight on the island.

Location : 9 kilometers Northeast of Mumbai

Hours : Open daily, ferry from Gateway of India operating from 9 am to 3 pm every 30 minutes

People Also Asked About Mumbai:

Mumbai is a pretty safe place to visit and you can see the city's main attractions in just two days. Colaba Causeway and Crawford Market are some of the best places to visit in Mumbai as they are home to the most iconic Mumbai hangouts and shopping places.

Below we have listed some commonly asked questions about Mumbai to help you get some more information before you travel.

How can I spend two days in Mumbai?

Start your day by heading over to Colaba Causeway for lunch. Afterward, explore Marine Drive and the Kala Ghoda Art Precinct before going back to your hotel to get some rest.

Start your second day with breakfast at Kala Ghoda. Next, check out the diverse exhibits at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya. After having lunch, you will head to Banganga Tank and Chor Bazaar.

In Mumbai, we recommend staying in luxury hotels such as the Taj Mahal Palace or Tower Hotel.

What Mumbai is famous for?

Mumbai is also famous for being the location Dharavi, Asia's largest slum. Founded in 1883 during the British Colonial Era, Dharavi has suffered from many epidemics and disasters including a widespread plague in 1896 which killed over half of the population of Mumbai.

What are the best places in Mumbai for shopping?

Colaba Causeway and Crawford Market are some of the most famous shopping areas in India. Colaba Causeway is home to iconic Mumbai hangout spots like Café Mondegar and Leopold Café. Here you will also find shops selling apparel, colorful jewelry, brass knick-knacks, bags, and trendy footwear.

Crawford Market or Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai is also one of the city's oldest and most famous markets. It is a wet market that is home to wholesale shops selling fruits and veggies, home décor, bags, makeup, toys, and spices.

Is Mumbai a safe city?

Mumbai is a city with a moderate level of crime. Travelers will sometimes fall victim to petty crimes but this can be prevented by taking basic precautions. Areas that are often visited by tourists are generally safe. Kidnappings and muggings are uncommon.

Travelers should be aware of scams when visiting Mumbai. Certain individuals will try to take advantage of distracted tourists. Women should also take extra precautions as sexual assaults can occur and traveling alone is not recommended.

Explore the Best of Mumbai with a Two-day Itinerary

Mumbai is India's business and entertainment capital. If you are looking for the modern side of India, Mumbai is the right place! Below is a sample itinerary for travelers who want a quick look into the city.

First, after you arrive in Mumbai, start your journey by admiring the great monuments of the British Raj including the Gateway of India, Mumbai's most famous landmark, along with the fairly grand Taj Mahal Palace Hotel.

Then, visit the busy Colaba Causeway which contains a mix of great shops, restaurants, and residential areas along with the Crawford Market, selling all kinds of fresh produce. Drive down Marine Drive to see the panoramic views of the Arabain Sea and relax at Chowpatty Beach, where you can find vendors selling fresh coconut juice.

Mumbai is also home to India's major film industry, known as Bollywood, which you can explore on a visit to Film City's various movie sets and stages.

The second day begins with a visit to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya museum where you will find a priceless collection of Mughal miniature paintings and rare sculptures. Next, stop at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus to see the beauty of this colonial-era building.

Spend the rest of the day exploring Kala Ghoda, the most fashionable neighborhood in the city that stretches from the Wellington Fountain and contains a number of art galleries, Neo-classical buildings, and boutique stores.

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  • Leave with authentic recipes under your belt after you take part in a plant-based cooking class in a Jaipur home, learn how to make thali in Udaipur and find out how to cook Malvani cuisine in Goa.
  • See the rich tapestry of India’s culture and history on display, meeting chai wallahs in local markets, visiting local farming communities and spice growers, and dining in Sikh and Jain temples.  
  • Bask in the ivory glow of the inspiring Taj Mahal in Agra, explore Old Delhi and Jama Masjid, and stand in awe of the Hawa Mahal and Amber Fort in Jaipur.
  • Grab a fork and dig in – this trip introduces you to some of India’s most iconic dishes like kachori, kulfi, chai, paratha, chaat, thali and heaps more.

India to Sri Lanka: The Pink City & Spice Gardens

India to Sri Lanka: The Pink City & Spice Gardens

  • Tour the famous taj mahal
  • Explore the pink city and amber fort
  • Get a taste of village life with a traditional lunch
  • Climb to the spiritual temple of savitiri
  • Explore bustling mumbai

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Treasures of Central India

  • A full on exploration of central India's historical and cultural riches beyond Mumbai
  • Bijapur - Visit the vast Gol Gumbaz, the Deccan mausoleum of King Mohammed Adil Shah
  • Ajanta and Ellora - Explore the UNESCO-listed painted caves and rock-cut temples

North to South India: The Taj Mahal & Goa Good Times

North to South India: The Taj Mahal & Goa Good Times

  • Admire the taj mahal and amber fort
  • Capture colourful rajasthan in your viewfinder
  • Lounge on beaches in goa
  • Connect with the locals at a homestay
  • Savour delicious indian cuisine

Delhi to Goa

Delhi to Goa

  • Discover Delhi, both new and old, with a guided walking tour of its historic walled heart and a rickshaw ride through the Chandni Chowk marketplace.
  • With plenty of time to explore Mumbai at your own pace, why not delve into the incredible heritage quarter, check out the circus-like Chowpatty Beach, or find a chai wallah for a spot of tea – it’s up to you!
  • Witness the one and only Taj Mahal. Seeing this Mughal marvel for the first time, in all its dazzling white marble, is a moment you won’t forget.
  • Goa may be a golden-sand beauty, but there’s more to life here than simply chilling by the beach – you could opt to tour an organic spice farm and gorge on a sumptuously spiced Goan feast instead.
  • Jaipur and Udaipur are two of India’s most delightful destinations. Take the time to stroll the enchanting and very different streets of these colourful centres with your small group.

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Top Mumbai Attractions & Experiences

Top Mumbai Experiences

  • Standing in the presence of the grand Taj Mahal
  • Visiting one of the many world-renowned museums, like the Prince Of Wales Museum.
  • Shop ‘til you drop at Colaba Causeway or Hill Road, Bandra
  • Riding the famous Mumbai train or double-decker bus like a true local
  • Stroll along the Queen’s Necklace (aka Marine Drive) to find the most Art Deco buildings in the world
  • Explore the Elephanta Caves, a collection of cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva

Mumbai Tours & Travel Guide

Mumbai Attractions & Landmarks Guide

Brief history.

The history of Mumbai is incredibly rich and stretches far back, through Islamic Sultanates and Buddhist empires.  Originally consisting of seven islands, it was joined together by a series of reclamations under the rule of Ashoka, the famous Emperor who ruled during the 3rd century BC.  

Mumbai Today

Mumbai may be India’s richest city, but an estimated half of the population lives in a slum. Within a 15 minute subway ride, you can go from one of the world’s largest slums to one of the world’s most expensive homes.

When to Go to Mumbai

The best time to visit Mumbai is from December to February, when the weather is cool and dry for the most part. During other times of the year it is incredibly hot and humid.

Is Mumbai Safe for Tourists?

If you visit Mumbai, just be sure to use your street smarts and you will find the city to be an enjoyable experience. For starters, it’s best to travel in a group rather than alone. At night, stay in well-lit tourist areas, and don’t wander around after 10pm.

Mumbai Reviews & Ratings

Very well organised, covered a lot of.

Very well organised, covered a lot of ground in 2 weeks. Great to have food as a focus.

Fun and friendly informative guide.

Had a good time Saw a lot

Had a good time Saw a lot Very informative Lucky to have a great group and trip guide

Had a fantastic Real Food Adventure tour

Had a fantastic Real Food Adventure tour from start to finish (Delhi - Goa). Loved seeing all the different sights, tasting different foods, spices, smells, meeting ...

Mahi, our tour guide ensured that we

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Private Mumbai Local Sightseeing By Car And Driver Tour

Private Mumbai Local Sightseeing By Car And Driver

A wonderful tour and a very good guide who really knew what he was talking about. Recommend!! Hi
  • Book With Flexibility This operator allows you to rebook your dates or tours with them for free, waiving change fees.

Mumbai to Mahabaleshwar Blissful Retreat Tour

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Mumbai to Mahabaleshwar Blissful Retreat

Vineyard Serenity & Temple Treasures: Private Day Tour to Nashik from Mumbai Tour

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Vineyard Serenity & Temple Treasures: Private Day Tour to Nashik from Mumbai

Private Luxury Guided Tour to Mumbai (From Pune with flights): Caves, Heritage Walks, Flower Markets and lots more Tour

Private Luxury Guided Tour to Mumbai (From Pune with flights): Caves, Heritage Walks, Flower Markets and lots more

Uncover India: High Deserts & Markets Tour

Uncover India: High Deserts & Markets

Excellent guide, very well organized tour

3 Days Guided Tour Delhi With Taj Mahal By Flight From Mumbai Tour

3 Days Guided Tour Delhi With Taj Mahal By Flight From Mumbai

A totally smooth operation. A huge thank you to Taj Tours and their staff, guides and drivers. Seem less operation from start to finish.

From Mumbai: Overnight Taj Mahal Tour with Round-Trip Flights Tour

From Mumbai: Overnight Taj Mahal Tour with Round-Trip Flights

It was one of the outstanding tour we have had in India, tour operator was very good in the terms of customizing the trip in between. Driver was always on time and professionally drove us everywhere. Taj Mahal is one of the most visiting place in the world and we enjoyed our trip there. Other monuments was also worth visiting , tour guide during the city tour was really helpful to keep informing us about all the rules we need to follow everywhere. We really enjoyed the trip and felt familiar with the driver and tour guide as they both were very good. We loved it

Discover Jaipur: Private Tour from Mumbai Including Flights Tour

Discover Jaipur: Private Tour from Mumbai Including Flights

If you want to go for the galaxy of the monuments then chose to go to Jaipur. Jaipur has a lot of heritage buildings. I booked the tour and operator helped me to understand how the flights will be booked and how we are gonna make the best tour. I m happy with the tour and would recommend

North to South India: The Taj Mahal & Goa Good Times Tour

North to South India: The Taj Mahal & Goa Good Times

The north part of the trip was amazing!! The south was a little bit disappointing as there wasn’t much to do. It felt like I spent a lot of time travelling in a bus from place to place then experiencing south India. The high light of the south was the homestay I would of enjoyed 2 nights there not 1.

From Mumbai: Overnight Taj Mahal Private Tour with Flight & Hotels Tour

From Mumbai: Overnight Taj Mahal Private Tour with Flight & Hotels

Taj Mahal tour from Mumbai is an outstanding tour package to see the Taj Mahal just in 2 days from Mumbai by flight. We had an amazing trip and we saw the magnificient Taj Mahal in a limited tour duration. Flight was included and a transport in Mumbai , Delhi and Agra was also included. Tour guide Mohd has an enough knowledge to share with us. It was a memorable trip

Incredible Golden Triangle tour with Udaipur, Mumbai & Goa Tour

Incredible Golden Triangle tour with Udaipur, Mumbai & Goa

The tour covered all of the ticket items and the accommodation was 3 star. Driver in the first part of the tour was excellent Delip. The drive from Jaipur to Udaipur (7 hours) with only one stop was too long. I feel that this should be complete in 2 parts with an overnight in Ajmer. You really need 2 full days in Mumbai as the Elephanta Caves takes about 4 hours (half a day) and in Mumbai the hotel was about 1 hour from the city centre so you spent a lot of time travelling to and from the hotel. Then there was nothing to see nearby. A hotel I’m the city would have been better. The hotel in Goa was a long way from the city centre (about 1 hour+) it was also a 30 minute walk to the beach and restaurants. The lifeguards wouldn’t let anyone swim. This hotel also had cockroaches. Breakfasts were included however varied a lot between places. We found the tour guides and the hotel staff very friendly and accommodating, however the driver in Mumbai seemed grumpy all of the time, left us waiting on the tour and did not know where to go sometimes. The last drive spoke very little English. The tour guides were very knowledgeable. Our fist driver, Delip was also very knowledgeable and could explain about most things. Airport pickups need the drivers to have a tour company sign, most times we were who they were and several times we had to ring to get picked up.

Exciting Wildlife Safari Tour in India Tour

Exciting Wildlife Safari Tour in India

We had been to Africa before this for a safari trip and thought it couldn't get better than that, but wow were we surprised. The experience between the two continents is so vast while Africa has abundant wildlife India has so much more of an exciting wildlife experience. This is the REAL THING. Highly recommended. especially this company as they provided us with a seamless expedience from pickup to our drop with excellent guides and drivers in the middle. We shall be back to cover the other part of India .

A Private Luxury Guided Weekend Tour to Golden Triangle (From Mumbai with Flights): Taj Mahal during Sunset and Sunrise, Jaipur Palaces and Forts Tour

A Private Luxury Guided Weekend Tour to Golden Triangle (From Mumbai with Flights): Taj Mahal during Sunset and Sunrise, Jaipur Palaces and Forts

Only complaint I have. I wish they would put all charges up front. You have to pay as you go. Sometimes you have to go and find a money exchange.

India Wildlife Safari - Asiatic Lions with the Bengal Tigers Tour

India Wildlife Safari - Asiatic Lions with the Bengal Tigers

It was an Amazing tour, we had an encounter with a Lion at Gir, it was just 50 meters away, uhhh. Then we visited Kanha and Bandhavgarh and we were very lucky to watch 2 tigers at Bandhavgarh. The trip was an amazing experience and everything was well managed by Varun, he was in touch with us throughout the trip and it made us comfortable to book another trip with Alkof Holidays. Recommended. Cheers, Natalia
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Delhi to Goa Tour

Delhi to Goa

Guide was excellent and itinerary coincided with Holi in Pushka - great fun. Last two stages by sleeper train were also fun but tiring. With the final day a Monday many places in Goa were closed.

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An incredible tour in an incredible country. India is diverse and complex, offering so much for travellers to see and explore. The pacing of the trip was intense, but appropriate would strongly recommend the tour for the intended age group 18-35.
The tour was very good. I loved the hotels especially bristol hotel. I think all meals and everything should be included. Was a little upset that i had to stand up for that. All entries into all things we visited for sure should be added with out having to insist on it. The tour guides were very good and helpful and made my trip very nice and cab driver was very nice (wish he spoke more english but he was very kind and nice)

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Ever since the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869, Mumbai has been the principal gateway to the Indian Subcontinent. A city famously described by Aldous Huxley as “the most appalling of either hemisphere”, travellers tend to regard time spent here as a rite of passage to be survived rather than savoured. But as the powerhouse of Indian industry and trade, and the source of its most memorable media images, the Maharashtrian capital can be a compelling place. Plan your trip to Mumbai with our guide to Mumbai - based on The Rough Guide to India , your travel guide for India.

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A Trek Through Ladakh's Markha Valley

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A Trek Through Ladakh's Markha Valley

Trek through the Markha Valley, taking in the jaw-dropping Himalayan landscape, camp in traditional mountain villages, and discover hilltop monasteries. This unique journey combines the culture of the Buddhist faith with the natural beauty of the mountains and the hustle and bustle of Delhi.

Rajasthan: The Land of Kings

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Rajasthan: The Land of Kings

Experience the Land of Kings in luxury.This trip around Rajasthan takes you to Jaipur's palaces, sacred pilgrimage sites and deep into the desert hills. Breathe in the excitement of Delhi and visit the Taj Mahal. Then come nightfall, lay your head to rest in former royal palaces and magical forts.

The Holy City of Varanasi

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The Holy City of Varanasi

The flat, sunburnt plains of the Ganges River are India's breadbasket: a densely populated area, it is home to many of the country's greatest sights. See Delhi and all its treasures, then fly to Varanasi, the most sacred stretch of the Ganges and one of India's most intense and atmospheric places.

Mumbai's first impressions are defined by its space scarcity. Nestled on a narrow land strip stretching from the swampy coast into the Arabian Sea, it functions as an island connected to the mainland by bridges and causeways.

In just a few centuries, Mumbai has transformed from a fishing village into a bustling metropolis with over sixteen million residents, making it India's largest city and one of the world's largest urban centers. The city seems on the verge of bursting at its seams as commuters flood the boulevards and bustling bazaars are filled with cart-pullers.

Ironically, Mumbai's enduring ability to generate wealth is the root cause of its population woes and pervasive poverty. The city alone contributes one-third of India's tax income, operates the nation's busiest port, and boasts the most prolific film industry globally.

Signs of prosperity are abundant, from the towering office buildings in Nariman Point (known as Maharashtra's Manhattan) to the fashionably attired youth in Colaba's trendy nightlife spots. However, Mumbai's success story has a darker side, with a well-documented wealth gap. Hundreds of economic refugees arrive daily from the Maharashtra countryside, with some finding employment and housing while others add to the already overcrowded streets or reside in Asia's largest slums.

Although Mumbai presents challenges, it is not the arduous experience some travelers portray it to be. Once you overcome the initial obstacle of finding accommodation, you can embrace the city's vibrant pace and cosmopolitan atmosphere.

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Busy street scene at the Chhatrapati shivaji terminus

Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site © Shutterstock

There is no shortage of things to do in Mumbai and you can easily spend a week in this city without feeling bored. To make your choice easier, we have listed the best things to do in Mumbai.

1. See the Gateway of India

Commemorating the visit of King George V and Queen Mary in 1911, Colaba’s principal monument is the Gateway of India, India’s own honey-coloured Arc de Triomphe.

Featured in countless Bollywood movies, it was built in 1924 by George Wittet. His brief was to combine the grandeur of a Roman triumphal arch with motifs from Hindu and Muslim architecture.

The resulting structure, every bit a symbol of “power and majesty”, was originally intended to be a ceremonial disembarkation point for passengers alighting from P&O steamers.

Ironically, it's more closely associated with a pivotal moment in August 1947. Amid much ceremony, the last British soldiers on Indian soil marched to their ship as the Union Jack was lowered to cheers from a vast crowd.

The best time to visit is the hour around sunset. At this time, thousands of visitors mill about the archway and plaza.

Gateway of India and Taj Mahal Palace hotel behing in Mumbai © Shutterstock

Gateway of India and Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Mumbai © Shutterstock

2. Take in the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower

Local pride in the face of colonial oppression is the subtext of the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower complex. It's located directly behind the Gateway.  

Its patron, the Parsi industrialist J.N. Tata, is said to have built the old Taj as an act of revenge after he was refused entry to what was then the best hotel in town — the “whites only” Watson’s. The ban proved to be its undoing. Watson’s disappeared long ago, but the Taj still presides imperiously over the seafront.

Though the preserve of Mumbai’s jet set, visiting cricket teams and heads of state, lesser mortals can experience the tea lounge, shopping arcades and air-conditioned lobby. There’s also a fabulously luxurious loo off the corridor to the left of the main desk.

3. Explore Chhatrapati Shivaji Museum

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is among Mumbai's most distinctive Raj-era constructions. Standing grandly in its own gardens, the building is crowned by a massive white Mughal-style dome. Beneath this, one of India’s finest collections of paintings and sculpture is spread across three floors.

The building was designed by George Wittet, of Gateway of India fame, and stands as the epitome of the hybrid Indo-Saracenic style. In its day, it was regarded as an “educated” interpretation of fifteenth- and sixteenth-century Gujarati architecture, mixing Islamic touches with typically English municipal brickwork.

The foreigners’ ticket price includes an audio tour, which you collect at the admissions kiosk inside. Be aware that the heat and humidity inside the building can be a trial, so best to visit early in the day.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya or Prince of Wales Museum in Mumbai, India © Shutterstock

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Mumbai, India © Shutterstock

4. Uncover culture and cricket in Kala Ghoda

North of Colaba, Kala Ghoda (“Black Horse”) district is named after the large equestrian statue of King Edward VII that once stood on the intersection of MG Road and Subhash Chowk.

Flanked by Mumbai’s principal museum and art galleries, in recent years the neighbourhood has been rebranded as a cultural enclave. This came as a result of the visual arts that have thrived here since the 1950s, and also from a desire to preserve its historic buildings.

On Sundays in December and January, the Kala Ghoda Fair sees portrait artists, potters and mehendi painters plying their trade in the car park fronting the Jehangir Art Gallery.

Northeast of Kala Ghoda, you'll find the expanse of Oval Maidan. Here impromptu cricket matches are held almost every day, against a backdrop of giant palms and even taller Raj-era buildings.

Green during the monsoons and parched yellow for the rest of year, its eastern side is flanked by some of Mumbai’s finest Victorian piles. These date from the pinnacle of British power.

Kala Ghoda Statue. Around the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, formerly known as Victoria Terminus Station, in Mumbai © Shutterstock

Kala Ghoda statue, Mumbai © Shutterstock

5. Discover the Fort district

East of Oval Maidan stretches the spectacular Fort district, site of Mumbai’s original British settlement and the first East India Company fort.

The sloping ramparts, moats and fortified gateways were pulled down in the mid-nineteenth century following the demise of the French threat to British supremacy in India. That said, this is still the commercial hub of southern Mumbai.

It's a great area for aimless wandering, with plenty of cafés, department stores and street stalls crammed between imposing Victorian buildings.

6. See Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Victoria Terminus)

Inspired by St Pancras Station in London, F.W. Stevens designed Victoria Terminus — perhaps the barmiest of Mumbai’s buildings — as a paean to “progress”. Built in 1887 as the largest British edifice in India, it’s an extraordinary amalgam of domes, spires, Corinthian columns and minarets.

In keeping with the re-Indianisition of the city’s roads and buildings, this icon of imperial architecture has been renamed Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in honour of the Maratha warlord. Note that locals mostly still refer to it as VT (pronounced “vitee”).

A “British” lion and Indian tiger stand guard at the entrance, and the exterior is festooned with sculptures executed at Bombay Art School by Indian students of John Lockwood Kipling, Rudyard’s father. Among them are mythical beasts, monkeys, plants and medallions of important personages.

To minimise the sun’s impact, stained glass was employed, decorated with locomotives and elephant images. Above it all, the statue of “Progress” stands atop the massive central dome.

The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, formerly known as Victoria Terminus Station, in Mumbai © Shutterstock

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, formerly Victoria Terminus Station, Mumbai © Shutterstock

7. Explore Central Bazaar District

Lining the jumble of streets beyond Lokmanya Tilak Road hosts Mumbai’s bustling Central Bazaar District. This serves a fascinating counterpoint to the wide and Westernised streets of downtown Mumbai. In keeping with traditional divisions of guild, caste and religion, most streets specialise in one or two types of merchandise.

If you lose your bearings, the best way out is to ask someone to wave you in the direction of Mohammed Ali Road, the busy road through the heart of the district. From here you can hail a cab.

8. Head to Haji Ali’s Tomb

Occupying a small islet in the bay just north of the Mahalakshmi Temple is the mausoleum of the Muslim saint, Afghan mystic Haji Ali Bukhari. The site is a great place to head on Thursday and Friday evenings. At this time, large crowds gather around the promontory to watch the sunset and listen to live qawwali music.

The tomb is connected to the mainland by a narrow concrete causeway, only passable at low tide. When not immersed in water, its entire length is lined with beggars supplicating passers-by and chanting verses from the Koran. Non-Muslims are welcome, but all visitors need to keep well covered, and a headscarf should be worn by women.

The Haji Ali Dargah, a famous tomb and a mosque in Mumbai © Shutterstock

Haji Ali Dargah — a famous tomb and a mosque in Mumbai © Shutterstock

9. Board a boat to Elephanta island

An hour’s ride northeast across Mumbai harbour from Colaba, the island of Elephanta offers the best escape from the seething claustrophobia of the city. That said, you'll want to time your visit to avoid the weekend deluge of day-trippers.

Populated by a small fishing community, the island was originally known as Gherapura, the “city of Ghara priests”. In the sixteenth century it was renamed by the Portuguese after the carved elephant they found at the port. This is now on display outside the Dr Bhau Dadji Lad Museum in Byculla. Its chief attraction is its unique cave temple. Its massive Trimurti (three-faced) Shiva sculpture is as fine an example of Hindu architecture as you’ll find anywhere.

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Elephanta Caves at Mumbai, India © Shutterstock

Elephanta Caves, Mumbai, India © Shutterstock

Finding accommodation at the right price when you arrive in Mumbai can be a real problem. Budget travellers, in particular, can expect a hard time finding decent but affordable accommodation. The best low-cost places tend to fill up days or weeks in advance, so you should book well ahead to avoid a stressful, sweaty room hunt. Tariffs in mid-range and upmarket places are also especially high for India. State-imposed luxury tax (currently ten percent), and service charges levied by the hotel itself further bump up bills.

Colaba and Kala Ghoda

A short ride from the railway stations, Colaba makes a handy base. It's also where the majority of foreign visitors head first. Accommodation types in Colaba are pretty varied. Here you can take your pick from several small boutique joints and guesthouses, alongside international business hotels.

In the market for luxury? Bed down in the opulent Taj Mahal Palace and Tower. Travelling on a budget? Backpacker Panda India's newest chain of cool backpacker hostels has its flagship in Colaba. With its bounty of galleries and cafes, Kala Ghoda is another great base to consider.

Browse places to stay in Colaba.

Gateway of India

The streets around the Gateway of India are chock-full of accommodation. In addition, the area also offers more in the way of food and entertainment than neighbouring districts.

Browse places to stay around the Gateway of India.

Marine Drive

At the western edge of the downtown area, swanky Marine Drive (officially Netaji Subhash Chandra Marg) is lined with four- and five-star hotels. Most of these take advantage of the panoramic views over Back Bay, and the easy access to the city’s commercial heart.

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Marine Drive - quay Mumbai (Bombay) © Skreidzeleu/Shutterstock

Marine Drive, Mumbai © Skreidzeleu/Shutterstock

Mumbai is crammed with interesting places to eat, from glamorous rooftop lounge bars to hole-in-the-wall kebab shops. The cafés, bars and restaurants of Colaba encompass just about the full gamut of possibilities.

The city is renowned for distinctive street foods, especially bhel puri. This quintessentially Mumbai masala comprises puffed rice, deep-fried vermicelli, potato, puri pieces, chilli paste, tamarind water, chopped onions and coriander.

Colaba Causeway is the focus of the travellers’ and local students’ social scene. To sample the cutting edge of the city’s nightlife, you’ll have to venture to the suburbs. Here the trendiest places have turned the city’s draconian licensing laws to their advantage by serving gourmet food to complement imported beers, wines and cocktails.

Despite a 1.30am curfew (only clubs within hotels are allowed to carry on later), Mumbai’s clubbing scene remains the most full-on in India. Door policies and dress codes tend to be strict — “no ballcaps, no shorts, no sandals”.

Best restaurants and bars in Colaba 

  • All Stir Fry, Gordon House Hotel : a cool restaurant specialising in build-your-own meals from fresh veg, meat, fish, noodles and sauces. 
  • Bademiya, behind the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower : a legendary Colaba kebab-wala serving flame-grilled chicken, mutton and fish steaks, plus veggie alternatives. 
  • Havana, Gordon House Hotel: a Cuban-style café and bar with wooden railway sleepers and hand-painted signs of Che and Castro. 

Best restaurants in Kala Ghoda 

  • Khyber : a romantic Mughlai restaurant offering creamy curries with sublime blends of spices. 
  • The Pantry: a great option for a heat-beating light bite or gourmet brunch. 

Best places to eat and drink in Crawford Market and the Central bazaars 

  • Joshi Club : this eccentric thali canteen serves what many aficionados regard as Mumbai’s tastiest Gujarati-Marwari meals. 
  • Badshah Juice and Snack Bar : delicious kulfi, and freshly squeezed fruit juices.

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Bhel puri © Shutterstock

During peak hours in Mumbai gridlock is the norm. With that in mind, brace yourself for long waits at junctions if you take to the roads by taxi or bus. Local trains are faster, but can be a real endurance test, even outside rush hours.

Mumbai’s local trains carry an estimated 7.5 million commuters each day between downtown and the sprawling suburbs in the north. Carriages are packed for most of the day, with passengers dangling precariously out of open doors to escape the crush. Peak hours (approximately 8.30–10am & 4–10pm) are worst of all. So, you'll want to make your way to the exit at least three stops before your destination.

Women are marginally better off in the “ladies carriages". Travel during non-peak hours (11am–3.30pm) can be comparatively easier.

One line begins at CST (VT), running up the east side of the city. The other leaves Churchgate, travelling via Mumbai Central and Dadar to Santa Cruz and beyond. Services depart every few minutes from 5am until midnight, stopping at dozens of small stations.

The Mumbai Metro connects Versova in the west to Ghatkopar in the east, a 12km elevated network that stops at twelve stations en route. The key stations are Andheri, Western Express Highway and Airport Road, close to the international airport and the clutch of hotels around it.

BEST operates a bus network of labyrinthine complexity, covering every part of the city. Recognising bus numbers in the street can be more problematic — numerals are written in Marathi, although in English on the sides.

Avoid rush hours at all costs and aim, wherever possible, for the ”Limited” (“Ltd”) services, which stop less frequently. Buses hardly come to a standstill at stops, so it's not uncommon to run alongside and jump on. Tickets are bought from the conductor on the bus.

Mumbai local train © Josemon_Vazhayil/Shutterstock

Local train in Mumbai © Josemon_Vazhayil/Shutterstock

Given its overwhelming busyness, its fair to say that you might only need a day or two in Mumbai. That will allow you enough time to explore its top attractions, among them the Gateway of India, Haji Ali’s Tomb and Elephanta Island's cave temple.

After doing that, consider taking a few days to explore the wider Maharashtra region. Known for its cave temples and monasteries. Nasik also comes recommended for its ancient culture and fine wine. You could also visit Gandhi’s former ashram in Sevagram.

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Evening Mumbai, Chowpatty beach. View of Malabar hill at sunset © O'SHI/Shutterstock

View of Malabar hill, Mumbai, at sunset © O'SHI/Shutterstock

As a coastal city, the temperature in Mumbai hovers around 30ºC for much of the year. All things considered, the best time to visit Mumbai is between October and March, when it’s not too humid.

If possible, avoid visiting the city during April and May when it’s particularly hot and humid. Also avoid the monsoon (June–Sept). This often causes flooding in the low-lying areas and disruptions to public transport.

Festivals in Mumbai

You could consider timing your visit to Mumbai to coincide with one of the city's big festivals.

  • Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (Feb)
  • Elephanta Festival (Feb/March)
  • Ganesh Chaturthi (Aug/Sept)
  • Krishna Janmashtami (Aug)

For more on when to visit, read our full guide to when to go to India .

There ore dozens of ways to get to Mumbai. These are your best bets.

International flights

Mumbai’s busy international airport, Chhatrapati Shivaji, was impressively revamped in 2015. Its iconic T2 (Terminal 2) is (surprisingly) home to India’s largest public art programme. Check-in is located in the departure area (Level 4), and all airlines have offices outside the main entrance. 

While many of the more upmarket hotels send out courtesy coaches or chauffeur-driven cars to pick up and drop off their guests, most people use the prepaid taxi desk in the arrivals hall.   

Domestic flights

Confusingly, internal flights also land at both terminals in Mumbai’s international airport, 26km to the north of downtown. Vistara and Air India are the only airlines that use T2 for domestic routes. All others use Terminal 1. 

If you’re transferring directly from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 for an international flight, take the free “fly-bus”. This shuttles every 30min between the two terminals — look for the transfer counter in your transit lounge. Note you may be required to collect and re-check your baggage.   

Three main rail networks service Mumbai:

  • Western Railways covers Gujarat , northern Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan .
  • Central Railways covers Maharashtra and southern Madhya Pradesh.
  • The Konkan Railway runs south down the coast to Goa and beyond.

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Mumbai train station is a swirl of commuters during peak hours © Shutterstock

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Day 01: Mumbai – Arrival International Airport ( No Meal). Upon arrival at Mumbai International Airport, you will meet our representative. They will assist you in transferring to your Hotel. The rest of my time is free for leisure. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 02: Mumbai - Half-day City Tour (B, L, D). Have breakfast at the Hotel and visit India's largest and most fascinating city today. Mumbai is known as India's financial capital. Many multinational companies thrive in this city. The city is established on what was once an archipelago of the Seven Islands. Over the years, it saw many changes and became a trendy business hub worldwide. Begin your city tour by visiting the Gateway of India. It's a well-known landmark that stands in honor of the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India. The Prince of Wales Museum is near the Gateway of India. It has valuable art, sculptures, paintings, and traditional utensils. After visiting the museum, you can go to the Siddhi Vinayak Temple, Dhobi Ghat, Haji Ali Mosque, and Ch Evening free for Shopping. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 03: Nashik – Shirdi (285 km, 5.5 hrs drive) (B, L, D). Post breakfast at the Hotel, drive to Shirdi. Afternoon on arrival, check-in at the Hotel and get refreshments. Visit the Mahasamadhi temple of Sri Sai Baba after lunch. It's located in the Hotel and is the abode of one of Maharashtra's most revered saints, Sai Baba of Shirdi. Sai Baba, also called the 'Child of God,' taught us to accept all religions and believe in brotherhood for all. The primary focus at Shirdi is the large temple complex dedicated to Sai Baba. Devotees line up early in the morning to see a life-size statue of Sai Baba and ask for blessings. Take your Dinner in the Hotel and stay overnight in Hotel.

Day 04: Shirdi - Shani Singapur (70Kms one way) – Shirdi (B,L, D) . Have breakfast at the Hotel, then visit the Dwarkamani Mosque. Baba used to meditate and sleep there every other night. Near the mosque, in a corridor, is the dhuni, or eternal flame that burns day and night. There are several unique places to visit, including the Gurusthan, Kandoba Temple, Shani Mandir, Narsimha Mandir, Changdev Maharaj Samadhi, and the afternoon excursion of Shani Signapur, located 70kms far from Shirdi. People worldwide worship Sri Shanidev, Lord Shaneshwara, in Shinganapur. He is respected as the personification of the planet Saturn. The spectacle of God in black stone is overwhelming. A unique aspect of this place is that no temple structure houses the Shanidev. There is only a simple platform on which stands the swayambhu idol, in black stone. This pilgrimage center allows its devotees to perform religious rituals such as puja and Abhishek. This sets it apart from other centers. Shiganapur village has no door-frames or locks on houses for safety, which is unique. They are, in fact, not needed. The people here believe that it is the benediction of God that no crime ever occurs in this village. Later back to the Hotel till Lunch time. Take your lunch in the Hotel and the day is free for your activities. Dinner in the Hotel and stay overnight in the Hotel.

Day 05: Shirdi – Nashik (100 km, 2.5 hrs drive) (B, L, D). After having breakfast at the Hotel, you can drive to Nashik. It's a city in the northwest of Mumbai. It is one of the holiest Hindu cities. Kumbh Mela is held here once in 12 years, along with four other cities in India. After you arrive, check in at the Hotel and take a city tour of the temples. The tour includes Kalaram Temple, the Naroshankar Temple, and the Sundernarayan Temple. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 06: Nashik – Mumbai (175 km, 5Hrs drive) (B/F & Lunch Only). Take your breakfast at the Hotel and the day free for leisure or activities. After lunch in the Hotel, drive to Mumbai. After you arrive, go to Mumbai International Airport to catch your flight home. The tour ends with happy memories.

Package Valid Date: 30 September 2023

Our 6 Days 5 Nights Mumbai Shirdi Tour Packages offer an unforgettable experience with visits to Mumbai and Shirdi. This tour package covers the city’s most popular attractions, such as the Gateway of India, the Haji Ali Dargah, and the Siddhivinayak Temple. The tour also includes visiting the holy shrine of Shirdi Sai Baba. Enjoy a comfortable stay in 3-star hotels, round-trip airfare, and all meals. Book this exciting Mumbai Tour Package for 2023/2024 and explore the rich history and culture of the city!

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