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The 'city of dreams', the official home of Bollywood, Mumbai is so much more than just India's financial headquarters. A fascinating example of a modern metro with urban architecture seemingly coexistent with old 'Bombay', Mumbai is literally a migrant hub with people from across the country flocking here for a chance at making it big. A little daunting at first, the crowds here are not for the faint hearted, but prepare yourself for a visit India's filmy past and promising future.

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Things to do

Heritage Walk Picturesque Bandra- What we cover is a 500-year-old Fort overlooking the spectacular sea-link, Parsi sanatoriums, 3 churches, a 400-year old heritage Portuguese basilica, 160-year-old Presbyterian, East Indian bungalows among jackfruit-laden trees, exquisite Portuguese-style bungalows with handsome cast-iron balconies, India's most iconic film studio, wacky graffiti art and a 'betel-nut lake' with neither betel nor lake, and more!

Mumbai Day tour -The city of dreams has stories around every corner. Spend a day visiting Mumbai's best. The first stop is the iconic Gateway of India. The construction was started in the year 1911 to commemorate the landing of King George V and Queen Mary in India. Right next to it is the Taj Mahal Hotel Palace, which first opened its doors to guests in 1903. Since then it has hosted many notable guests and country heads.

Food Walk Parsi Potpourri - The Parsis of India have a long association with the city of Mumbai. This tour is an introduction to the Parsi faith, the food and a celebration of some of the most lively people in India.

Wildlife Trail - Unlike other metropolitan cities, Mumbai has its fair share of forests in its outskirts. You begin in the morning at the Sanjay Gandhi National Park and proceed through a trail in a forest with birds, deer and monkey. The trail then leads to Kanheri Caves, ancient Buddhist rock-cut monuments that are home to shrines and prayer halls.

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  • The 'city of dreams', the official home of Bollywood, Mumbai is so much more than just India's financial headquarters. A fascinating example of a modern metro with urban architecture seemingly coexistent with old 'Bombay', Mumbai is literally a migrant hub with people from across the country flocking here for a chance at making it big.

    4 Days | INR 20,837 per person
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  • The 'city of dreams', the official home of Bollywood, Mumbai is so much more than just India's financial headquarters. A fascinating example of a modern metro with urban architecture seemingly coexistent with old 'Bombay', Mumbai is literally a migrant hub with people from across the country flocking here for a chance at making it big.

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Best time to visit September to May

Though a year round destination, Mumbai has the best weather from October through to March. The rains have stopped and the weather is dry and pleasant. The mild winters here make it a pleasant experience to explore the city. The summers here are hot and sticky. The nights are cooler and much better for heading out. When the monsoon arrives, expect heavy rainfall that sometimes lasts through the day.

How to reach

Air

  • Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport is 30 kilometer away from city center. Chatrapati Shivaji International is well connected with cities all across the world.You will find domestic as well as international flights here. You can take cab to reach city.

Rail

  • Formerly known as Victoria Terminus, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station is Mumbai's main railhead. Mumbai is the headquater of Westeern And Central railway so it is very well connected to all major cities. It has a well-connected network connecting it to all major cities. Local trains are also running within the city.

Road

  • Bus services are regularly available between Mumbai and other major cities like Bengaluru, Surat, Nashik, Pune, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Mangalore, Kochi, and Goa. Many of the national highway connect Mumbai to other major cities in India.