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Morning Sightseeing Tour

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3.5 hours
Availability : All days
Mumbai
Min Age : 2+
Max People : 5
Tour Details

Availability

Daily

6:30 am 

3.5 Hours

(Note: We highly recommend combining this tour with the Dharavi Tour)

Price

Rs 2,100 per person

Rs 7,500 for private tour

(up to 4 people)

Group Size

Minimum: 2 people

Maximum: 5 people

(For larger groups, please get in touch)

Rise and shine with our Mumbai morning sightseeing tour!

 Wake up to Mumbai’s sights, smells, and sounds. We’ll be taking you through Mumbai, exploring some of the city’s best-kept secrets along the way.  You will experience the calming energy of the serene Banganga Tank, get a one-of-a-kind perspective of the Mumbai skyline and the majestic Marine Drive from the Hanging Gardens,  admire the historic CST Station, explore the bustling Crawford Market and be awed by the complexity of Dhobi Ghat, the world’s largest open air laundry. 

On this tour, you will also learn about India’s main religions which are an integral part of everyday life in India with stops at the magnificent Haji Ali mosque and Babulnath Temple.  From here, you will get a bird’s eye view of Chowpatty Beach and South Mumbai. 

At the end of the tour, we’ll stop for a well-deserved South Indian breakfast of dosa, idli, upma, and much more.

Itinerary

Gateway of India

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.

Marine Drive

Walk along the Arabian Sea on the Marine Drive promenade. Typically packed with friends and couples in the evenings, it is full of joggers and yoga enthusiasts in the morning and is a great place to start the day. Marine Drive is a must-visit for all exploring Mumbai.

Babulnath Temple

Constructed in 1780, the Babulnath Temple is dedicated to Lord Babulnath (Lord Shiva). The temple’s marvelous architecture and carved interiors are worth seeing, as the temple gives an illusion of Mount Kailash. The entire ceiling and pillars of the Babulnath Temple are adorned with beautiful images from Hindu mythology.

Hanging Garden

A welcoming spot for kids, the garden is beautiful with a variety of flowers and well-maintained greenery all around. The Hanging Gardens are a lovely place to take a break and enjoy the peaceful morning atmosphere. These gardens are also known as Pherozshah Mehta Gardens. It is believed that there is a huge reservoir underneath the gardens.

Banganga Tank

Surrounded by Hindu temples, this famous 12th-century tank is believed to contain water with special healing powers. This is our guides’ favorite place in Mumbai!

Haji Ali (from outside)

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.

Dhobi Ghat

The world’s largest outdoor laundry! See the dhobi wallahs, or washermen, scrubbing sheets from Mumbai’s largest hospitals and hotels at this busy outdoor laundry area.

Crawford Market

One of the city’s largest wholesale fruit, vegetable, and meat market— and the first building in India to get electricity!

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus

Originally called Victoria Terminus, CST is one of the busiest and most beautiful railway stations in the country. The final musical number from the award-winning movie, Slumdog Millionaire, was filmed here and it was also one of the places targeted during the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack. The station is now a symbol of Mumbai’s strength and resilience.

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Meeting Point

Regal Cinema, Colaba

Your guide will meet you outside the entrance of Regal Cinema in Colaba. (Photos: One , two )

End Point

Colaba Causeway, 

After haveing breakfast in Madras Cafe.

Timings

6:30 am – 10 am

 

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