A nocturnal ride across the Maximum City

Cycle from Colaba to Worli and arrive in time to witness a spectacle sunrise from the fort. Even in the quiet hours of the early morning, there’s always something to see in Mumbai - you just need to know where to go. Marine Drive, Chowpatty Beach and Haji Ali are

made even more spectacular when lit up at night. Banganga Tank, which is our guide’s favourite spot in the city, is the picture of tranquillity. We will also explore some of Mumbai’s most interesting neighbourhoods: Colaba, Malabar Hill, and Worli Koliwada. At

each stop our guides will provide some fascinating tidbits about the site before continuing on. To fuel our journey, we will stop for snacks along the way and finish the ride with tea and a small breakfast.

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    South Mumbai

    See the facade of one of the busiest railway stations in the country, and the historical site of the terrorist attacks in November 2008. The final musical number from the award-winning movie, Slumdog Millionaire, was also shot here.

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    Chowpatty Beach

    Mumbai’s most famous beach is typically action packed beach with friends and families picnicing, groups of friends playing kabaddi, and couples out for a romantic sunset picnic. But after midnight the busy beach will be eerily quiet.

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    Banganga Tank

    Surrounded by Hindu temples, this famous 12th century tank is believed to contain water with special healing powers. This is our guides' favourite place in Mumbai. You can go for a dip if you’d like!

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    Antilia House

    Get a street view of the two billion dollar home of business tycoon Mukesh Ambani- ostentatious monstrosity or architectural masterpiece?

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    Worli Fort

    We’ll arrive in time to take in a specular 360 degree view of Mumbai at sunrise from Worli Fort. Fresh idli with coconut chutney (sauce), and chai will be specially delivered to us for breakfast.


This is an overnight tour, starting late Saturday night and ending early Sunday morning.

We run this tour throughout the year. Sign up for the date that best suits you here

The tour can also run upon request for groups of 20+. Please get in touch for details.


Rs 1,600 per person

Start/End Points

Starts at Kailash Parbat Restaurant, Colaba

Ends at Worli Fort near the southern end of the Sea Link Bridge

(See Directions tab for details)

Group Size

Maximum: 40 people (sign up quick, it fills up quickly!)

We will have a guide for every 6 people.

(For larger groups, please get in touch)


"Midnight bike ride, absolutely incredible!
I went on their first midnight bike tour and it was the most fun, it's so great to be able to see Mumbai by night, you get a whole different perspective. I highly recommend this for everyone visiting Mumbai! Plus you get a delicious breakfast and they take you to a wonderful place to see the sunrise over Mumbai!

Kristy via TripAdvisor

Level of Difficulty

You don't need to be a "cyclist" to take this tour, as the terrain is almost entirely flat, but we do have a gradual ascent up Malabar Hill after which you will have a rewarding sight! We go at a slow pace and we will be making frequent stops.

Safety Concerns

Since the ride is so late at night there is hardly any traffic at all. We will have a guide for every 6 people and helmets are available upon request.

Meeting Point

Kailash Parbat Restaurant, Colaba

A guide will meet you at Kailash Parbat restaurant in Colaba to pick up your bicycle. The tour will finish in the same place after a typical Indian breakfast.

Kailash Parbat is on 1st Pasta Lane, just off Colaba Causeway. Taxi drivers will know Regal Cinema, and then 1st Pasta Lane is just another couple of minutes down the street from there. (Photos: One , two )

End Point

Ends at Worli Fort near the southern end of the Sea Link Bridge


12:30am - sunrise!