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Private Mumbai Sightseeing Tour by Car
Explore Mumbai on a full-day guided tour which can be customized as per your wishes. Visit highlights such as Haji Ali, Crawford Market, Marine Drive, Dhobi Ghat, Chor Bazaar, Gateway of India, and more.
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- Visit Chor Bazaar (Thieves Market), one of the largest and busiest flea markets
- Visit Dhobi Ghat, the world’s largest open-air laundry
- Visit Crawford Market, with its abundance of fruit, vegetables and meat/fish
- Get a great view of Marine Drive from Malabar Hill
DescriptionMumbai’s an incredible city! Let us show you why! You decide where you want to go with this tour package! For those interested in religion, we have a route in the Mahalaxmi/Malabar Hill area which focuses on religion (integral to the lives of most Indians) and you will learn about Hinduism, Islam as well as Jainism. Visually, this is impressive: you will admire the Haji Ali in the middle of the sea, enjoy views from Mahalaxmi Temple, get a one-of-a-kind perspective of Mumbai (and Marine Drive) from the Hanging Gardens. Dhobi Ghat, the world’s largest open-air laundry, as well as the Gandhi museum are also conveniently located en route. If you’re interested in markets and the hustle and bustle, we can take you to the Mumbadevi area where you will find Crawford Market, one of the city’s largest wholesale fruit, vegetable, meat market as well as Chor Bazaar, known as Thieves’ Market. Close to Crawford Market is CST station, Mumbai’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you’re staying in Colaba, you might want to do this on your own, but if not, everybody has to see the Gateway of India, under which marched the last British Troops in 1948 to signal the end of the British Raj.
IncludesHotel Pick up and drop off Local English speaking Guide and driver for the entire tour Water / Cold Drink
- This tour will take place rain or shine