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Day Trip to Elephanta Caves
Discover the many legends of Lord Shiva through evocative stone sculptures on the Elephanta Island through this day excursion to Elephanta Caves – a World Heritage Site. The island is a short ferry ride off the coast of mainland Mumbai.
The Mumbai Fort Heritage Walk
Go back in times, marvelling through the Fort heritage district and be introduced to Mumbai’s British architecture. Fort George which gives the district its name, was demolished in the 1860s. Today the district is the financial center of India. Most of the buildings still exist and are generally in great shape. Discover the fascinating stories behind each of them on this heritage walk.
The Worli Fishing Village Walk
Ever wondered the meaning of the name Mumbai or from where it originated? Discover on the walk through the Worli fishing village and experience the old ways of life of the Kolis – the fisherfolk community of Mumbai.
Lalbaug Spice Market & Bhau Daji Laud Museum
The Lalbaug area is the heart of the textile mill industry of colonial Mumbai. This walk provides a cultural introduction to the area and its people. We will explore the religious, economic, political and social fabric of this multi-cultural area which is home to Marathi-speaking Hindus as well as small communities of Parsis and Muslims.
Jewish Heritage Tour | Mumbai Day Trips
The Jewish community in Mumbai played a very important role in the development and growth of the city in historic times. Their distinct culture & beliefs makes them a very interesting part of the city’s cultural psyche. This trip will introduce you to the Jewish heritage of Mumbai in addition to many must see landmarks of the city.
The Kala Ghoda Art Walk
The Kala Ghoda Art Walk takes you through the Art Precinct of Mumbai’s British Heritage District. Kala Ghoda is the cultural centre of Mumbai, with its numerous art galleries, museums and cultural spaces, and pavement galleries, in addition to many shops, designer boutiques and restaurants that dot the area.
Chor Bazaar – The Market of Thieves
The Chor Bazaar of Mumbai is a splendid phenomena. Occupied by sellers of every imaginable commodity, this ‘thieves’ market is a mesmerising daze of colour, chaos, energy and adrenaline. The Market of Thieves follows no rules, except one – if you want to buy something, bargaining is a must! And even if you don’t feel up for a stressful shopping experience, just sit back and experience the beauty of chaotic harmony!
Mumbai Bazaar Walk | Mumbai Day Trips
The bazaars of Mumbai are a colourful, fascinating place full of energy, life & chaotic harmony. This Bazaar Walk will take travellers through some of the most famous markets of the city, including the Bhuleshwar market, Jama Masjid, the Zaveri Bazaar, Mangaldas Cloth Market, Phool Galli & More.
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Day Trip to Belur Halebid
The Belur Halebid region is famous for its wonderful Hoysala temples. Discover the stories of a Kannadiga empire that ruled the area between the 10th to 14th centuries. This is a full day trip with lunch included. The trip focuses on shedding light on the beautiful sculptures & architecture of the effluent Kannadiga era.
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