Discover the bustling city with the Best Mumbai Tour Guide
Mumbai is a city of contrasts and a melting pot of culture, ranging from old charm architecture to strikingly modern high rises. Mumbaikars have a genuine love for life and live at a fast pace, and the most enjoyable way to experience this city is to join them with your Mumbai tour guide. The city formerly known as Bombay has evolved from a collection of fishing islands on the Arabian Sea’s shores to one of the world’s most extensive urban sprawls.
It is home to some of the country’s most expensive real estate and some of Asia’s largest slums. Its high-rise buildings and glamorous shopping malls coexist with architectural elements and buzzing street markets. There is much to see and do, from admiring iconic structures like the Gateway of India and the Queen Victoria Railway Station to visiting the Elephanta Caves and Mount Mary Church. Take a stroll along the coast’s Marine Drive to admire the city’s skyline and explore the Girgaon beach.
Your Mumbai day trip itinerary will help you experience the following:
- Visit religious sites, beautiful temples, and church
- Experience Mumbai’s very own ferry boat ride
- Explore Mumbai’s colonial legacies.
- Immerse yourself in the seaside view at Bandra Bandstand
- Enjoy the breathtaking view of Bandra Worli Sealink
- Admire the stunning Hanging Gardens, Indian Mint, and Malabar Hill
- A private guide accompanying you from arrival to departure
- A private tour guide in Mumbai accompanying you from arrival to departure
- Private travel in air-conditioned cars
- Bottled mineral water
- English-speaking local Mumbai personal tour guide
- Toll tax and parking fees included in the tour
- Entrance tickets included
Mumbai at a glance
Mumbai city is full of beautiful British of era architecture and majestic caves, but venture a little further, and you’ll discover awe-inspiring seaside and the glamorous lives of South Bombay residents. This Mumbai city full day tour takes you around the beating heart of India. What’s more, you’ll be accompanied by your personal tour guide during the sightseeing of Mumbai.
You’ll begin your thriving metropolis Mumbai tour that is the epitome of modern India. Explore the government offices, open-air laundries, and the remarkable British-era Queen Victoria Railway Station, functioning in its full glory.
Visit Churchgate Gate Railway station, Nariman point, the prominent business center, and Raj Bhawan. Next on the tour itinerary, you will be visiting Colaba Causeway Street, an iconic shopping street in Mumbai, where you will find home furnishings, street clothes, and fashionable jewelry, all at throwaway prices.
The Mumbai tours also include visiting the Girgaon beach to experience the fun of the Ferris wheel, a long walk along the beach, and horse and camel rides.
Your Mumbai sightseeing trip can never be complete without the iconic- Marine Drive. Walk along the beautiful promenade to take in the breathtaking views of the city skyline and the sound of the crashing waves on the rocks that line the seashore. Enjoy a spectacular sunset with your feet dangling over the ledge and the breeze hitting your face against the backdrop of the endless Arabian sea.
1. One-Day Mumbai Tour
Availability: Every day
Pick-up Time: Flexible pickup time
Mumbai guided tours begin with a stop at the Gateway of India, the best place to go sightseeing in Mumbai. George Wittet designed it in 1924 to combine the grandiosity of a Roman triumphal arch with decorative motifs. It served as an entry point for visitors from the west and was where the British left India in 1947.
Across the street, the grand Taj Mahal Palace hotel looms over the skyline. You’ll also see the impressive Queen Victoria Railway Station, a massive Victorian Gothic structure that’s a great place to watch the hustle and bustle of Mumbai.
In our one day Mumbai local sightseeing tour, you will go to historic sights of Mumbai like the Mani Bhavan museum, which is dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi’s life and work. The collection, housed in a private residence used by Gandhi during his visits to Mumbai, follows critical events in his life and includes some of his possessions and photographs.
Visit the many historical highlights of Mumbai, including the Local Big Ben of India-the incredibly functioning Rajabai Clock Tower, Raj Bhawan and State Parliament. You will also see the famous Churchgate Railway Station and Girgaon Beach on your Mumbai city tour.
2. Mumbai Night Tour
4-5 hour Tour
Availability: Every day
Pick-up time: 6:00 PM, 7:00 PM, 8:00 PM, 9:00 PM
Mumbai night tour begins upon meeting your English-speaking Mumbai tour guide who will assist you to an air-conditioned car that will be your ride for the night. You will be brought to see the Mumbai University campus and the Local Big Ben of India, better known as Rajabai Clock Tower. You can spend about 45 minutes at the clock tower and explore the surrounding area. Aside from the building, you can explore the Mumbai University campus, visit the library, and see other tourist attractions.
On the way, you will visit Hanging Gardens, which are terraced gardens on Malabar Hill, originally known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens. The park features several hedges carved into animal shapes, an exciting flower clock in the center of the Garden, and various plants and flowers. It is an ample green space with a pathway that allows you to move around the Garden.
Your Mumbai night tour includes Marine Drive which needs no introduction, also known as the Queen’s necklace. The yellow lights that line the curve of the boulevard resemble a necklace at night. Marine Drive is a must-visit place in Mumbai. Sit by the beautiful sea views, admire the sunset and click pictures of the sea.
3. Mumbai by Dawn Tour
4-5 hour Tour
Availability: Every day
Pick up: 5:00AM & 6:00AM
Early in the morning, you will meet your English-speaking Mumbai Tour guide at your hotel lobby which marks the beginning of your private tour guide Mumbai. They will escort you to an air-conditioned, sanitized car driven by a professional driver and take you to the Oval Cricket ground. On this recreational ground, cricket and sports tournaments are played all day.
We’ll then make our way to the world’s largest 140-year-old open-air laundry to catch the washers in action. The ghat was built in 1890 to serve the city’s Parsi and English populations, who had moved to Mumbai in large numbers. Even after the technological advancements, dhobis follow their age-old practices of washing and drying clothes. Clothes are soaked overnight in detergent-infused water, rinsed early morning, and put to dry on the ropes spread across many acres making a colorful view for the visitors. If you need a break on your Mumbai city tour, you can enjoy some delicious food served in Mumbai before continuing to your destinations.
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– Which is the most visited place in Mumbai?
The Gateway of India is one of Mumbai’s most popular tourist attractions and most visited places. The building stands beautifully overlooking the Arabian Sea, making its location appealing. The scenic beauty of the Gateway of India is worth a visit on your Mumbai city tour. The views of the sea from this monument are spectacular. For tourists, the Dharavi slums are one of the most loved tours. We also offer a Dharavi and Mumbai sightseeing tour.
– Which is the most beautiful area in Mumbai?
Marine Drive, also known as the Queen’s Necklace, is Mumbai’s most beautiful breezy place. It is counted among the most iconic places for every Mumbai Sightseeing Tour.
– What is the best time to visit Mumbai?
If you prefer a cooler climate, visit Mumbai between November and February and April to May if you prefer a warm and humid environment. Mumbai private tours are recommended from October to April, as the weather is better than in the summer, and the wind is pleasant to walk around the city’s seaside.
– How long should you stay in Mumbai?
A 3-4 day itinerary is required to see all the top tourist attractions in Mumbai and gain insight into the local life of Mumbaikars. Mumbai guided tours offer one-day to three-day Mumbai city tour. We recommend you plan a three-day trip to Mumbai to see all the unique places and eat delicious food.
– What language is spoken in Mumbai?
The cosmopolitan city speaks 15 different languages, widely spoken languages are Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, and English. Most people and our Mumbai tour guide are fluent in Hindi and English.