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Monsoon Special- Best of South Gujarat with Maharashtra | 6 Days 5 Nights

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Monsoons is a great time to visit South Gujarat- when beaches are at their full glory and the surroundings are lush green. This package would help you experience some of the finest Monsoon spots in India- all in 6 days.

Deccan Odyssey - Maharashtra Splendor | 8 Days 7 Nights

Wine Production in Nasik

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Holiday in Mumbai (Online Only) | 4 Days 3 Nights

Wine Production in Nasik

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Things to Do in Mumbai

  • Colaba Causeway

    Colaba Causeway, officially called Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, is the main link that connects Colaba to Old Woman's Island. Situated in close proximity to the famous Cuff Parade and Fort Area, this commercial street is regarded as Mumbai's cultural hub. Having an eventful history, this street reminds of the city's colonial connections. It is dotted with landmarks like the Gateway of India, Sassoon Dock, Afghan Church and the Taj Mahal Hotel, which make it a frequented spot in Mumbai. In present times, this place earns recognition as a shopping paradise in the bustling metropolis.

    The history of Colaba Causeway dates back to the period between 1835 and 1838, when its construction took place under the supervision of Sir Robert Grant of the British East India Company. It was constructed to avoid fatal accidents that took place due to overcrowding of boats, sailing between Colaba and Old Woman's Island. In the years that followed, the path was widened and improved, which contributed to its present-day fame as a landmark and shopping centre.

    Shopping at Colaba Causeway is one of the highlights of any trip to Mumbai. Although the street is lined with posh shopping destinations, what serve as its star attractions are the small shops and shacks. These shops sell a variety of things, ranging from cheap modern electronics to antique gramophones and telescopes. Rare artefacts like old hookahs and magnetic compasses can also be purchased here at attractive bargains. Latest trends can be spotted here in the form of fashionable apparel, accessories, imitation of branded bags, perfumes, cosmetics and footwear.

  • Hanging Gardens

    Hanging Gardens, also referred as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, are beautiful terraced gardens that are set atop the western side of Malabar Hill. Established in the 1880s, this garden was designed by Ulhas Ghapokar to protect a nearby water reservoir from getting polluted.

    This painstakingly manicured garden is spread in a vast area that has well-laid pathways. The colourful flower clock at the centre and numerous animal-shaped hedges are the unique features of this park. You can also enjoy spectacular views of the Arabian Sea from the Hanging Gardens.

    The Boot House or Old Woman's Shoe, completely made up of stone, is another interesting feature that would make your visit a memorable one. Whether with family or alone, visitors will definitely have a great time amidst the serene surroundings of these beautiful gardens. Its well-maintained pathways are perfect for a jog or stroll around the park.

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How to Reach Mumbai

By Air

Mumbai is the gateway to India for a large number of travellers and is extremely well connected by air with most major destinations around the world as well as in India. The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport lies about 30 kilometres north of the city. The Santa Cruz Domestic Airport is about 4.5 kilometres from the international airport and 26 kilometres north of the city.


By Train

Mumbai is very well connected to rest of India by trains. Trains travelling from Central, East and West India arrive at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, or VT as it used to be called. Trains from the North arrive at Mumbai Central Station.

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Best Time to Visit Mumbai

Mumbai is the gateway to India for a large number of travellers and is extremely well connected by air with most major destinations around the world as well as in India. The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport lies about 30 kilometres north of the city. The Santa Cruz Domestic Airport is about 4.5 kilometres from the international airport and 26 kilometres north of the city.

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