3 Hour Walking Tour of South Mumbai Highlights
Are you short on time and just want a quick tour of the highlights of South Mumbai? In that case you have come to the right place. Our tour will start at a mutually agreed location in South Mumbai, and then we will spend the next three hours covering the main highlights
Sacroscenic and Gothic architecture of Mumbai, supposedly the largest collection in the world!
The Gateway of India
The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel
Antiques, crafts and lifestyle shopping (only if you want to)
Colaba Causeway and Colaba Market for tons of local flavor
The Kala Ghoda art district including The National Gallery of Modern Art and private art galleries (only if you want to)
Sassoon Dock to view the Koli fishermen bring in their daily catch, 40% of all the fish in India!
And any other special requests you may have of places to check out.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel Lobby or The Green Gate at the Cruise Terminal or a South Mumbai Location of your choice.
End location: The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel Lobby or The Green Gate at the Cruise Terminal or a South Mumbai Location of your choice.
Duration: 3 hours
This is exclusively a walking tour. There will be no private transportation. If we take a public taxi, there will be small meter charges not greater than $5.
My services as your guide. Since this is a walking tour (very easy flat walking) there are no transportation charges. We will not be stopping for lunch or dinner.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
600 Indian Rupees - This is about $10. Only if you decide to buy items or stop for a coffee break. There are no extra charges on the tour.
You may want to put on sun screen, carry a hat, and have a good pair of walking shoes. If we stop for a coffee break (up to you) then you will pay for yourself.
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Probably our best tour guide ever. Incdredibly knowledgeable about not only the sites but also the culture of Mumbai. Could not recommend him highly enough.