All in one Combo of City ,Slum,Dhobighat & Dabbawala tour

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Departs: Mumbai, Mumbai

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

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This combo tour is perfect for the travellers who like to see most in short spam of time,we will take you to few but to the most finest sightseeing places of Mumbai,so tight your seat belts and go.

What's Included

Bottle of water

Driver allowance and parking charges

Guide fees

Pick up and drop off from any location in Mumbai including Hotel/s,Cruise terminal, Airport ,Home.

Private air condition cab including fuel

What's Not Included

Food or beverages

Traveler Information

  • CHILD: Age: 4 - 9
  • ADULT: Age: 10 - 75

Additional Info

  • Carry hat and plenty of water.
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Bring comfortable walking shoes.
  • Dress modestly.
  • Service animals allowed

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.

What To Expect

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, which was previously known as Victoria Terminus, is among the busiest railway stations in the country. An outstanding example of Victorian-Gothic architectural style, the railway station is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This splendid edifice, designed by F. W. Stevens, was built in the year 1887 to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. The terminus was officially renamed as Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in 1996.

The terminus building has striking stone domes, pointed arches, beautiful turrets and eccentric ground plan that leave onlookers amazed. The stained-glass windows enhance the exquisiteness of the terminus' impressive façade. The terminus serves as a terminal for both local and long-distance trains of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. Frequented by commuters and history buffs, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is among the most popular places of tourist interest in the city.

45 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

Gateway of India
The Gateway of India is an emblematic landmark not only in Mumbai but in the entire country. Located on the southern part of the city, the gateway overlooks the splendid Arabian Sea. This magnificent edifice was constructed to memorialize King George V and Queen Mary's visit to India in 1911. It was designed by George Wittet and took around 13 years to complete the project. The monument was inaugurated on 4th December, 1924.

Flaunting flawless Indo-Saracenic architecture, this structure has been built in yellow basalt stone. Its archway is 26 metres high, which is joined with four turrets. A monument that speaks volumes about the political history of the country, Gateway of India is the perfect place to get acquainted with the spirited life of Mumbai and is a favourite among history buffs, tourists and photographers.

45 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

The Taj Mahal Palace opened in Mumbai, then Bombay, in 1903, giving birth to the country’s first harbour landmark. The hotel overlooks the majestic Gateway of India. This legendary luxury hotel has played host to kings, dignitaries and eminent personalities from across the globe, and is acknowledged as a world leader in hospitality.

• Admission Ticket Free

Marine Drive
Marine Drive, is a 3 kilometre long boulevard which stretches from Nariman Point to Malabar Hills. It is an inverted 'C'-shaped six lane road in southern Mumbai, running along the coast of the Arabian Sea. Famed for a large number of Art Deco buildings that were built by wealthy Parsis during the early 20th century, this necklace-shaped stretch is worth exploring. Listed among the most posh areas of the city, Marine Drive features many high-end hotels and restaurants. Walkeshwar, the house of Maharashtra's Governor, is also located in this area.

Towards the north of Marine Drive is the popular Chowpatty Beach. At night, with the street lights are on, the entire road appears like a dazzling diamond neckpiece, hence its also referred as 'Queen's Necklace'. The highlight of this place is the beautiful promenade, which is lined with several palm trees. Considered as one of world's largest viewing gallery, Marine Drive attracts millions of tourists every year.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Chowpatty Beach
One of Mumbai's star attractions, Chowpatty Beach is located on the northern side of Marine Drive. Officially known as Girgaum Chowpatty, this public beach serves as a favourite picnic spot among locals and tourists. Lapped by the waters of the Arabian Sea, this beach is perfect for spending moments of repose with friends and family.

Chowpatty Beach has been an important centre for many celebrations over the years, including Ganesh Chaturthi. During this festival, thousands of devotees gather at the beach to participate in the immersions of the Lord Ganapati idols in the Arabian Sea. Another popular festival that is held here is Ramlila, which lasts for a period of 10 days. Processions, energetic dance performances and beating of the drums are an integral part of this festival.

The beach is lined with many restaurants and street vendors, where you can savour street food like bhelpuri, pao bhaji, sev puri, batata puri, fresh green tender coconuts and chaat. This place offers many leisure opportunities to visitors of all ages. Take a barefoot stroll on the golden sands or admire the sunrise and sunset sitting as you laze around on the beachfront.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Hanging Gardens
Hanging Gardens, also referred as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, are beautiful terraced gardens that are set atop the western side of Malabar Hill. Established in the 1880s, this garden was designed by Ulhas Ghapokar to protect a nearby water reservoir from getting polluted.

This painstakingly manicured garden is spread in a vast area that has well-laid pathways. The colourful flower clock at the centre and numerous animal-shaped hedges are the unique features of this park. You can also enjoy spectacular views of the Arabian Sea from the Hanging Gardens.

The Boot House or Old Woman's Shoe, completely made up of stone, is another interesting feature that would make your visit a memorable one. Whether with family or alone, visitors will definitely have a great time amidst the serene surroundings of these beautiful gardens. Its well-maintained pathways are perfect for a jog or stroll around the park.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Flora Fountain
Flora Fountain is a famous landmark that finds mention in the list of heritage structures across India. Western India’s Agri-Horticultural Society built it in 1864. It has been named after Flora – Roman Goddess of Flowers. In 1960, the Flora Fountain was renamed as Hutatma Chowk (Martyr's Square) in the memory of 105 people who sacrificed their lives while demanding a separate Maharashtrian state.

This fountain stands where Bombay Fort's original Churchgate once stood and was sculpted using fine Portland stone with white paint coating. An imposing statue of the Roman Goddess crowns this structure and adds to its architectural beauty. When the sun sets, Flora Fountain is illuminated with bright lights that present a fabulous view.

• Admission Ticket Free

Get a fascinating look at slum life in Mumbai on this three-hour walking tour. Make your way through the streets of Dharavi to witness a hidden side of urban India and get a new perspective on city life in one of India's, and the world's, largest cities.
Home to nearly one million people, Mumbai's Dharavi district has the dubious honor of being the largest slum in Asia. This tour aims to break the negative stereotype associated with the slum. Put aside your initial apprehensions and discover a place that's alive with small scale industries and high community spirit.

See why Dharavi is the heart of small-scale industry in Mumbai. Experience a wide range of activities such as recycling, pottery-making, embroidery, soap-making and leather tanning. Most of these things are created in innovative ways and in very confined spaces.

When passing through the residential spaces, you will feel the sense of community and spirit that exists in the area. People from all over India live in Dharavi, and this diversity is apparent in the temples, mosques and churches that stand here side by side. A tour through Dharavi's narrow alleys is quite an adventure, and you will leave with an enlightened sense of the purpose and determination that exists in the area.

After your walking tour of the Dharavi slums, see the glamorous side of Mumbai as well.

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

Dhobi Ghat
The largest open-air laundry in the world, Mumbai's Dhobi Ghat Laundry lies in Mahalakshmi area is an open-air laundry that is more than a century old in origin. It is a place where washer men (dhobis) gather every day for their regular chore of washing clothes from hotels and hospitals of the city. Watching these men using age-old method of washing clothes with a flogging stone is a unique experience for most of the people. All these clothes are later starched and hanged on wires for drying. This place familiarises visitors with a completely different facet of the bustling metropolis.

Dhobi Ghat area is lined with rows of open concrete wash pens, all of which have their own flogging stones. It is considered as the largest outdoor laundry around the globe. World Records India and World Amazing Records honoured this ghat with the World Record Certificate. The certificate was presented to Dhobi Kalyan and Audyogik Vikas Cooperative Society, which is the authority responsible for this place. This popular site was featured in its namesake movie, Dhobi Ghat, which was based on life in Mumbai.

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included


Life changing tour
Mahesh L, 25-12-2022
This was an unbelievable experience. The tour led by Rahul through his home of Dharavi is an experience i will never forget and can hardly describe. We wanted our 3 western kids to see how people live differently in a different country to Nz. We were amazed by the entire experience. The largest slum in India is a vibrant, compelling illustration of discipline, sacrifice, innovation and resilience which is surely unique among human kind. Not to be missed this experience can change your life. and it absolutely requires a skilled professional guide which mr Rahul certainly is. Being a Dharavi native he can show you what so few can from the outside. It’s literally beyond words . . .
Obaid F, 13-09-2022
Rahul was great! Very friendly, knowledgeable, and accommodative. I learned a lot and had a great time and a wonderful introduction to Mumbai.
Really impressive mumbai slums
davidvT7901ZA, 22-07-2022
It was an amazing experience . My guide Kamlesh really showed everything. I was very impressed. The slum are a hole community. They got factories , houses , stores!
kimneihoik, 04-04-2022
It was indeed a memorable day with Ma'am Tasneem for the time we spend and the places were great...
Lets talk slum tours
Joe M, 02-06-2020
I am not intending to harme this tour guide , thus the excellent rating ... I want to talk to the tourist here. I have spent 3 years on the ground in India. You do not need a guide for the slums... instead spread your money around with the poor... really if you see the poor as an attraction there is something wrong in your own soul ..., I am happy to see this particular guide is well resepected .... but really? you need to tour pour people to entertain yourself and have stories to tell then take measure of your self. We visited slums on our own ... take some street smarts ...take some compassion
they are the communities on thier own of humans just trying to make it through another day....

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