The city of dreams or the maximum city - it's got many aliases! One thing for sure it gives each traveller a taste of varied culture, food and heritage! The tour starts with Shree Siddhivinayak Temple, dedicated to Lord Ganesha followed by Bhau Daji Lad Museum built in Renaissance revival style in 1872,
Visit the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus - an extravagant Gothic building and an aphorism for colonial-era India. Head to the Gateway of India, a colonial monument built in the time of the British Raj. Admire the towering basalt structure perched at the water's edge, ready to greet arriving ships.
As you continue on your drive around the city, observe the Gothic Revival architecture on numerous edifices, lined with flaking art deco apartments and stroll Chor Bazar, known for antiques - from button to binoculars you'll find everything here, even the stuff you aren't looking up for you'll fall for it!
End the private tour of Mumbai with a visit to Haji Ali Dargah - floating like a sacred mirage off the coast, this Indo-Islamic shrine located on an offshore inlet is a striking sight.
What is included in the tour
- Transfer & Sightseeing by AC vehicle
- Pickup from city Hotel
- Drop-off at city Hotel
- Face wipes
- Experienced Tour Guide
What is NOT included in the tour
- Entrance fees/Activities Costs
- Goods & Services Tax 5%
- Sightseeing spot not mentioned
- Personal expenses - snacks, beverages, tips
- Enjoy the Maximum City culture & food
- Visit the gorgeous Bhau Daji Lad Museum
- Colonial marvel Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus
- Chor Bazar, known for antiques
- Haji Ali Dargah Islamic Mosque
9 AM: Tour starts with a pickup from a city hotel and a visit to the Siddhivinayak Temple
9:30 AM: Visit the Shree Siddhivinayak Temple, dedicated to Lord Ganesha whose carved Asthavinayak wooden doors look out at a roof with inlaid gold, a Ganesha shrine, and a central statue of Lord Ganesh
10 AM: Visit Bhau Daji Lad Museum, a gorgeous museum built in Renaissance revival style in 1872 as the Victoria & Albert Museum - it contains 3500-plus objects depicting Mumbai’s history – photography, maps, textiles, books, manuscripts, Bidriware, Lacquerware, weaponry and exquisite pottery.
12 PM: Visit CSMT (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus), which is imposing, exuberant and overflowing with people - this monumental train station is the city’s most extravagant Gothic building and an aphorism for colonial-era India. It’s a meringue of Victorian, Hindu and Islamic styles whipped into an imposing Daliesque structure of buttresses, domes, turrets, spires and stained glass and later visit Gateway of India, a colonial monument built in the time of the British Raj, a towering basalt structure perched at the water's edge
1 PM (LUNCH): Indulge yourself with local delicacies
2 PM: After lunch, visit Marine drive lined with flaking art-deco apartments - one of Mumbai’s most popular promenades and sunset-watching spots. Its twinkling night-time lights have earned it the nickname ‘the Queen’s Necklace’
3 PM: Visit Chor Bazar, known for antiques - from button to binoculars - you'll find everything here, even the stuff you aren't looking up for you'll fall for it!
4 PM: Visit the Haji Ali Dargah, that floats like a sacred mirage off the coast, this Indo-Islamic shrine located on an offshore inlet is a striking sight
5 PM: Be dropped at city hotel/train station