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Highlights of Mumbai Private City Tour with Dharavi Slum
Explore the real Mumbai on this full-day city tour with a local guide. Visit the Dharavi Slum where "Slumdog Millionaire" was filmed.
- Enjoy a private 2-hour tour around Dharavi Slum
- Gain insider knowledge from a professional local guide
- Visit Mumbai's main attractions and landmarks
- Learn how local people live their lives there
DescriptionYour journey will start with a dedicated hotel pickup, before visiting the Gateway of India and the iconic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. Following this, you will head to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Train Station, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then you will head to the Crawford Market, a British-era market that has been standing for over a century and is a great place to see an array of spices. Following this, you will enjoy an insider's tour of the Dhobi Ghat, a colorful open-air laundry. Next will be a 2-hour exploration of the Dharavi Slum, the largest slum located in a megacity in Asia, now well-known thanks to the Oscar-winning film 'Slumdog Millionaire'. Visit Mahatma Gandhi's residence, where the famous 'Non-Cooperation' started. Just off the coast of Mumbai, you'll also visit the iconic Haji Ali Dargah mosque. You will then head to Malabar Hill, before seeing the Banganga water tank and having a stop at Marine Drive, where you'll see a spectacular panorama of Mumbai. The guide will also take you for a short train ride on the Mumbai Local to experience the so-called 'lifeline of Mumbai'. You'll also be visiting the cow shelter or 'Panjrapole'. Finally, take a look at the famous Mumbai dabbawallas, who drive around the city delivering lunches from homes to workplaces. The guide will take you to the assembly point of the dabbawalas, where you can take photos and learn about their interesting business model. You'll be amazed at how much they can carry by themselves. After a day of exploring Mumbai, you will be dropped back to your hotel.
IncludesPrivate tour Hotel pickup and drop-off Transportation in air-conditioned vehicle Bottled drinking water
- No photography and videography allowed on the Dharavi Slum tour
- Please consult with your tour guide before taking any pictures or videos out of respect to the locals
- Dabbawallas are not operational on Sundays and public holidays