Half Day City Tour
The half day sightseeing tour of Mumbai city includes a visit to the Gateway of India, The Prince of Wales Museum, the Victoria Terminus and Dhobi ghats.
Mumbai's most famous landmark, The Gateway of India, was built during 1924-1927 to commemorate the visit of King George V to India in 1911.
Next to the Gateway of India is the Prince of Wales museum, built in 1905, it is one of the biggest museums in the country.
The Victoria Terminus, popularly known as VT, is the major railway station and is considered the most beautiful edifice in the city.
Dhobi Ghat, or washer man's enclave, provides a very interesting insight into Mumbai's local culture.
Half Day Slum Tour
Embark on a visit to Mumbai's slum area, Dharavi, where one million people live in a seemingly chaotic, dirty, shanty town existence with hanging wires and open drains.
The tour is led by a local resident who aims to eradicate the negative and fear of visiting such a place, taking you on a two and-a-half hour journey to show the resourcefulness of Dharavi’s residents.
Exploring this part of Mumbai throws constant surprises, not associated with a slum - the industrious nature of the people, the secular harmony, a zeal for life and hope of a better future. Contrary to popular belief, they are educated, employed, speak impeccable English and more importantly, are very happy.
You will be staying at Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai