A pleasant walk in this magical part of the city
The Colaba area is home to many historical buildings—the best way to visit is by walking and enjoying the breathtaking array of architecture all along the streets. We will walk along the main sights of this area, starting at Regal Cinema, followed by Gateway of India, passing by a local market. We will meander through the quiet lanes of Kala Ghoda and Fort, taking time to interact with locals and enjoy traditional snacks. This tour ensures that you will not only see major landmarks, but also that you will explore lesser known areas not found in guidebooks—all thanks to your proud Mumbaikar guide.
Drawing on Hindu and Islamic architectural styles, the gateway of India sits on the waterfront of Southern Mumbai, and since 1924 was the first thing visitors to the city would see when arriving by boat.
We’ll explore the historic architecture of Fort. Home to some of Mumbai’s oldest, and finest buildings.
We will visit this Hindu temple dedicated to the God Vishnu and witness how devotees come here to make their offerings and pray for the God.
Another ground in the middle of the city which takes its name from its oval shape. People from Mumbai come here to play all kind of sports, mainly cricket and football, but you may also see some people practice yoga, jogging or just relaxing.
We will enjoy some traditional snacks with local, stop for a cup of masala chai and taste the different flavours the food of this city has to offer.