5 to 6 hours (approx.)

Pickup offered

Offered in: English


Be it the energy, the vitality, or the continual activity, Mumbai is a land contagious in its presence. This city’s vibrant eclecticism is obvious to all.

The tour’s goal is to give you a native’s viewpoint on Mumbai and to let you see the city as a local would.

India’s largest port of call for cruise ships is Mumbai. We have designed it with cruise guests in mind. This  itinerary will give you a thorough look at the city and greatly enhance your trip experience.

This tour effectively sums up Mumbai and will give you the chance to experience the majority of the city in terms of sightseeing, art, and culture.



  • The Knesseth Eliyahoo Synagogue, constructed in 1884, is the second-oldest Sephardic synagogue in Mumbai. It is still in operation and serves as the hub of Jewish religious and cultural life in Mumbai.
  • David Sassoon built the Victorian-style synagogue in 1864 for the expanding community of Baghdadi Jews who had fled from persecution by the governor and Wali of Baghdad Dawud Pasha. With Israel as the exception, it is one of the biggest synagogues in Asia.
  • Explore David Sassoon Library. The David Sassoon Library, a well-known structure also given by Sir David Sassoon, is the only library in the entire world that is open every day of the year. For book lovers, it’s a lovely, serene location.

A trip is not complete without taking in the Gateway of India. One of the most important and recognizable structures in the nation is the Gateway of India, which is surrounded by the vast Arabian Sea and shaded by the Taj Hotel. Spend some time capturing pictures. You’ll discover about the connection to Judaism.

Mahatma Gandhi spent seventeen long and very important years of his life living in Bombay at Mani Bhavan. There are countless anecdotes about Mahatma Gandhi and his way of life in every square inch of this location.

This is the most stunning colonial structure and is deserving of some admiration and a few pictures. It provides a wonderful image of life in Mumbai.

Dhobi Ghat (Open Air Laundry), a 138-year-old outdoor laundrette. It is Asia’s largest Open Air last remaining traditional commercial laundry.

The term “Dabbawala” is sometimes known as a “lunchpail man” or a “box carrier”. You can watch the Dabbawalas sort the lunch boxes according to area markings for delivery to the correct location at the appropriate time as they the train here.

Unquestionably one of Mumbai’s most scenic areas, Marine Drive offers a breathtaking vista of the Arabian Sea among a bustling urban setting. This well-known road, which runs alongside the Arabian Sea, is a favourite place to view sunsets and is stunning when lit up at night.

The Sassoon Dock Fish Market in Mumbai is the highlight of the Mumbai Fish Market Tour, which is quite a fascinating tour overall.

Mumbai’s contradictory nature is frequently fascinating. Discover the various sorts of beautiful flowers and the buying process.

A heritage walk takes you around Mumbai’s old Fort neighbourhood as part of an immersive experience. Mumbai’s great cultural diversity, in addition to its architecture and history, can be seen during the Mumbai Heritage Walk.

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