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“Mumbai – The Mother for All Religions, Casts, The Rich, The Famous & The Poor”
"Mumbai - The City Of Spirits"
“Mumbai – The City Which Never Sleep”
“Mumbai – The City Of Dreams”
“Mumbai – The Major International City”
“Mumbai – The Melting Pot of All Religions”
“Mumbai – The Business Capital of India”

Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, the economic capital of the sub-continent: India, a sprawling megalopolis, pulsating with the heartbeats of over eighteen million people, the city that never stops ticking 24/7and popularly known as Bollywood, the nerve centre of the country’s Film Industry.
Comparable to some of the finest cities in the world, Mumbai throbs with the enthusiasm of its myriad multitude, who swears undying loyalty to this City of Dreams. Truly cosmopolitan, the city is home to people from every corner of the country, the rich & the famous and the poor alike.

Explore Mumbai through our carefully planned tours with professional Guides.

No. Sightseeing Duration
1 Traditional Daily Sightseeing Tour of Mumbai
by Car or coach (a/c & non a/c)
10 hrs.
2 Elephanta Caves by Boat 5 hrs.
3 Essel world / Water kingdom 4 to 6 hrs.
4 Walking tours  
  a. Architectural wonders / Heritage walk 3 hrs.
  b. Fascinating Bazaars (market) 3 to 4 hrs.
5 Mumbai Ecstasy 6 to 8 hrs.
6 Traditional Mumbai – Dance & Music 4 hrs.
7 Wonderful Religious Mixture 6 hrs.
8 Yoga & Meditation 4 hrs.
9 Nature lovers… Bird watching / Angling 4 hrs.
10. Bollywood Tourism 4 hrs.
11. Festivals Special 4 hrs.
12. Sights & Sounds of Mumbai ***(New) 16 hrs.

Brief History of Mumbai

In 1661, King Charles II of England, married Princess Catherine de Braganza of Portugal, and as part of the dowry he received "Bombay" which is today known as Mumbai. Later in 1668 it was handed over to the East India Company.

In 1858 the administration of the country was taken over by the Queen of England, Queen Victoria, from the East India Company. A viceroy was appointed to rule India in the name of the Queen.

Bombay came under the direct rule of the British in 1861.

The first railway line in India was started between Bombay (VT) and Thane in 1861.

In 1864, modern water supply was started in Bombay (Mumbai) and in 1885, Bombay was lit with gas.

Mumbai- A Melting Pot

The total population of Mumbai is about 10 millions. It is still growing. Mumbai provides umpteen opportunities to realize one's dreams. Hence, people from all over India, belonging to different cultures come here to realize their dreams. Mumbai has become the melting pot of all Indian cultures. This is the reason Mumbai has a truly cosmopolitan population bustling with activity. It's film industry "Bollywood" also draws a number of youths with tinsel dreams to Mumbai. Being a major financial center, People from all over the world come here for business opportunities. This has made Mumbai a major International city.

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