Mumbai Sightseeing Tour
You decide where you want to go with this tour package! We do, however, have a suggested route if you would like our help.
Our route focuses on religion (so important to the lives of most Indians) and you learn about Hinduism, Islam and lesser known Jainism. Visually, this is an impressive tour- you will admire the Haji Ali in the middle of the sea,
enjoy views from Mahalaxmi Temple, and 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 Gandi museum are also conveniently located en route.
All sights are in the Mahalaxmi/Malabar Hill area. Malabar Hill is a 15 minute drive from
Colaba. We generally use the same route on our Dharavi and Sightseeing Tour, so to save time and money you might want to do both on the same day (with a stop off for lunch).
This is a private package tour and customized for you, so you can omit or add anything to the list. Or, if you prefer, we can do a completely different route, that's fine!
The world's largest outdoor laundry! See the dhobiwallahs, or washermen, scrubbing sheets from Mumbai's largest hospitals and hotels at this busy outdoor laundry area!
It considered one of the most beautiful, intricately-decorated temples in the city. Jainism, an Indian religion, prizes peacefulness and non-violence above all.
Kamala Nehru Park
Visit one of Mumbai's greenest and most peaceful areas on top of Malabar Hill. You won't believe the eye-popping view out over Marine Drive and the Arabian sea!
Surrounded by Hindu temples, this famous 12th century tank is believed to contain water with special healing powers. Rumour has it that its spring comes from the holy Ganges river.
Haji Ali Mosque
Surrounded on all sides by water, this mosque is located at the end of a long causeway protruding into the sea. It is the tomb of Saint Haji Ali, a wealthy Muslim who renounced the world and proceeded to Mecca. It is said that he died in Mecca and the casket miraculously drifted to the spot where the mosque was later built in his honour.