Highlights of Mumbai
Highlights of Mumbai
Feel the bustling energy Mumbai is known for, traveling to the city's most noteworthy destinations. The famous Gateway of India landmark and the singular Taj Mahal Palace Hotel will amaze you. Visit the former residence of legendary activist, Gandhi. In between destinations, stop for some local food and tea, interacting with the local community to sense what it's like living in the city. This Mumbai tour is ideal for newcomers to India, photographers, and anyone looking for a rich cultural experience at a low price.
The adventure begins by meeting your professional guide and enjoying comfortable transportation between your port and first destination. You'll pass through the Gateway of India, Mumbai's most famous landmark. This striking monument is a basalt arch overlooking the Arabian Sea. In older times, the Gateway of India would be the first thing visitors traveling by boat would see. After passing through the imposing arch, you'll see the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, a picturesque five-star establishment praised for offering the highest level of service in India.
Driving along, visit Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a historic railway station with captivating architecture. Then, visit Dhobi Ghat, where you will see row upon row of colorful clothing hung to dry in the sun at the world's largest outdoor laundromat.
Next, move on to Gandhi's former residence. Mani Bhavan acted as the focal point of Gandhi's political activities in Mumbai between 1917 and 1934. Inside, there's an interesting museum and library commemorating Gandhi. Departing from Mani Bhavan, you will see a mosque located on an islet off the coast of Mumbai called Haji Ali Dargah, a Jain temple, and Kamala Nehru Park.
One of your tour's final destinations is Malabar Hill, the highest point on the island, offering scenic views of Mumbai's breathtaking skyline. Enjoy a ride through Marine Drive, a C-shaped concrete boulevard also known as "Queen's Necklace," due to its street lights resembling a string of pearls at night. You'll end your tour with a visit to the Crawford Market, a lively merchant center providing the opportunity to fill your spice rack at home with flavorful authentic Indian spices.
Book this Mumbai tour now for an unforgettable experience at an affordable price.
Please Note: A tourist visa is required to debark in India. Cruise lines do not usually provide this visa, therefore, you will need to obtain one prior to your cruise. A ship card and photo identification are also required to participate.