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  • Elephanta Caves: Private Half-Day Tour from Mumbai

    1. Elephanta Caves: Private Half-Day Tour from Mumbai

    To start off your tour of Elephanta island, choose a pickup time that fits your schedule, though it’s best to get an early morning start. Take a beautiful, hour-long ferry ride across the bay from Mumbai to Elephanta Island, and begin your exploration of a labyrinth of caves, temples, and shrines with your own private guide. An elaborate system of man-made caves cut directly into solid basaltic mountains, the Elephanta Caves were used as sacred places of Hindu and Buddhist worship starting in the 5th to 7th century. Amble through the vast columns and arched colonnades, gazing at elaborately carved sacred shrines to deities.  The main cave, otherwise known as the Shiva Cave, contains numerous carvings depicting various aspects of Lord Shiva including his wedding, his slaying of Andhaka, and more. The most significant sculpture in the cave is the 20-foot-tall, three-headed Shiva, known a...

    Get your guide ran a faultless tour. Fantastic experience to travel from the picturesque dock near the Gateway to India and Hotel Taj. We were first promptly transported from our hotel by a nice young man who guided us to the ferry. The travel over on the large wooden ferry was a great way to interact with many Indian people who were lovely. On arrival at the Elephanta Island we were greeted by the guide who was fantastic. We caught a small train from the dock to the stairs area where some of our party were carried up the steep stairs on a seat carry system. He guided us thru the aspects of the main cave and it’s history. It’s amazing, but a little ruined by the Portuguese who used it as target practise. Many giant Indian deities carved in the walls. Had a brief shop at the market, which has great souvenirs on then returned back by ferry. Many ferry’s come and go so don’t panic about pissing one.

  • Kerala Houseboat and Mumbai City Tour from Cruise Port

    2. Kerala Houseboat and Mumbai City Tour from Cruise Port

    Cochin Itinerary: Backwater Houseboat and Fishing Nets Duration 7 hours After pickup from the port, transfer to Alleppey, approx 1.5 hours, to board your houseboat. On arrival, check in and take a short motor boat transfer to the houseboat. Enjoy the slow, gentle cruise through the backwaters and village areas while enjoying a lunch of Keralan cuisine with rice, vegetable dishes, fish, chicken, and more. Lunch only option for the morning cruise, and tea and snacks for the afternoon cruise. The houseboat cruise lasts approximately 2 hours, at which point you will disembark and transfer to Fort Kochi. See and learn about the Chinese fishing nets that have dominated the coastline for more than 150 years. Later transfer to Cochin Port. Note for Cochin Tour 1: For the ship, which docks at cochin at 12:00 PM or later, only houseboat cruises will be arranged without visiting the Chinese Net...

  • Mumbai: Elephanta Island and Mumbai City Tour

    3. Mumbai: Elephanta Island and Mumbai City Tour

    You will be picked up from a location of your choice in Mumbai, before driving to the "Gateway of India". From there you will take a 1-hour ferry to Elephanta Island, where upon arrival you will take a train which, will prove to be a fun and quirky way to travel. Following that you will proceed to the Elephanta Caves, which contain a collection of rock art linked to the sect of Shiv. You will have an hour to explore the caves, also seeing the sculpted images of Kalyansundara, Gangadhara, and Ardhanriswara. Following that you will board the ferry once more to head back to Mumbai where your Mumbai city tour begins. Throughout your city tour you will visit all of the top attractions on any traveler’s itinerary to Mumbai. You will explore the Taj Mahal Palace, Dhobi Ghat, Town Hall, the Victoria Terminus, the Municipal Building, Marine Drive, Nariman Point, Chowpatty Beach, Hanging Garden,...

  • Best Combo of City, Dhobighat, Slum & Dabbawala

    4. Best Combo of City, Dhobighat, Slum & Dabbawala

    Your guide will meet you at your hotel then take you on a city tour. Highlights of the tour include Marine Drive, Victoria terminus, the Gateway of India, Colaba Market, and Mani Bhavan. You will also get to go on a ferry tour at Colaba, cruising along Mumbai's city coast line. Next, learn about the Dabbawala - the people whose job it is to carry and deliver freshly made food from home in lunch boxes to office workers in the city. See Dabbawala in action and hear how the success of the system depends on teamwork and time management. Next, you will learn about the Dhobighat. A dhobi is a traditional laundryman, who will collect your dirty linen, wash it, and return it neatly pressed to your doorstep. The laundries where clothes are taken are called ghats. Stop for a lunch break at a local restaurant. Finally, go on a 2-hour Slum Tour with your guide. The Khumbarwada area is the place oc...

  • Mumbai City Tour with Ferry Ride and Dharavi Slum

    5. Mumbai City Tour with Ferry Ride and Dharavi Slum

    Your full-day adventure begins with pick-up from your hotel, the port or airport in Mumbai. Experience the iconic Gateway of India on the Mumbai Harbor waterfront. Explore the Dhobi Ghat (the huge and ancient open-air laundromat), Marine Drive and the Hanging Gardens (also known as the Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens). Take a ferry tour to get a glimpse of the Mumbai coast. You will get ample photo opportunities while a guide explains the importance of attractions along the way. Continue the tour to experience the famous Dharavi slum. Feel the sense of community and spirit as you pass through the residential area. People from all over the country live in Dharavi. Observe the diversity, apparent from the mosques, temples and churches standing side by side. Tour the narrow alleys and perhaps even leave with an enlightened view.   Afterwards, take a look at the completely opposite and glamorous...

    Vishra (the guide) and Satya (the driver) were exceptional. Informative, helpful, charming and thoughtful.

  • Mumbai: Ancient Elephanta Caves Tour w/ Ride of Toy Train

    6. Mumbai: Ancient Elephanta Caves Tour w/ Ride of Toy Train

    After you are done with your breakfast, your chauffuer will pick you up at 08:30 from your hotel to kick start your trip to the Gateway of India followed by the grand Elephanta Caves. The famous monument, the main tourist attraction in Mumbai, the Gateway of India is decked with four turrets and its yellow basalt stone structure has delicate latticework carved in it. The structure exhibits the amalgamation of Hindu and Muslim architectures. To the opposite of this grand monument, stands the rich and famous Royal Taj Mahal Hotel. This hotel is a witness of priceless memories of this glorious city. The Taj Towers located near the hotel is another appealing building for its wonderful architecture. From the Gateway of India, you will be taken by a ferry boat to the Elephanta Island. The ferry boat is a type of luxury boat which ferries you around the harbor and you will reach the lovely Elep...

    other guest should take water with them. Nothing to say as it was great to see and was a really good experience. our guide explained everything to know about the caves.

  • Mumbai: Private City Tour with Ferry Ride & Dharavi Village

    7. Mumbai: Private City Tour with Ferry Ride & Dharavi Village

    Explore Mumbai from a unique perspective by car and ferry as a local guide takes you on a private full-day tour to see the city’s most famous attractions and landmarks including the unique opportunity to walk through the culturally important Dharavi Slum village. Start your journey with a hotel pickup, before driving over to the Gateway of India and the iconic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel.  Go on a 30-minute ferry ride in the Arabian Sea spectacular views of the southern side of the city and gain more knowledge of the colonial history of Mumbai along with some fascinating stories about the old Bombay.  Next, l head to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Train Station, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After, visit the Crawford Market, a British-era market that has been standing for over a century and is a great place to see an array of spices.  Following this, enjoy an insider's tour...

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Get your guide ran a faultless tour. Fantastic experience to travel from the picturesque dock near the Gateway to India and Hotel Taj. We were first promptly transported from our hotel by a nice young man who guided us to the ferry. The travel over on the large wooden ferry was a great way to interact with many Indian people who were lovely. On arrival at the Elephanta Island we were greeted by the guide who was fantastic. We caught a small train from the dock to the stairs area where some of our party were carried up the steep stairs on a seat carry system. He guided us thru the aspects of the main cave and it’s history. It’s amazing, but a little ruined by the Portuguese who used it as target practise. Many giant Indian deities carved in the walls. Had a brief shop at the market, which has great souvenirs on then returned back by ferry. Many ferry’s come and go so don’t panic about pissing one.

An unforgettable day in Mumbai! My guide Sunil was very good. He explained well and, in addition to the usual goals, also brought me to those who particularly interested me. Very well guided tour with lots of information and impressions. Highly Recommended.

Beautiful excursion which combined a tour of the city of Mumbay and a visit to the slum of Darhavi. A guide who spoke perfectly understandable English and who gave us a lot of explanations.

Pickup went really well. Nice guide on the island. Informational information about Hindu temples. recommendable

Vishra (the guide) and Satya (the driver) were exceptional. Informative, helpful, charming and thoughtful.