Mumbai: Half-Day Tour
- Small group
- Pickup available
- Duration: 6 hours
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Get your guide ran a faultless tour. Fantastic experience to travel from the picturesque dock near the Gateway to India and Hotel Taj. We were first promptly transported from our hotel by a nice young man who guided us to the ferry. The travel over on the large wooden ferry was a great way to interact with many Indian people who were lovely. On arrival at the Elephanta Island we were greeted by the guide who was fantastic. We caught a small train from the dock to the stairs area where some of our party were carried up the steep stairs on a seat carry system. He guided us thru the aspects of the main cave and it’s history. It’s amazing, but a little ruined by the Portuguese who used it as target practise. Many giant Indian deities carved in the walls. Had a brief shop at the market, which has great souvenirs on then returned back by ferry. Many ferry’s come and go so don’t panic about pissing one.
This is a great tour of Mumbai my guide Nisar was wonderful and extremely knowledgeable. He had a great sense of humour and a great person to be with. He went out of his way to ensure we went at my pace and provided excellent guide services. Thank you Nisan for all your help and keep singing I hope to see you on India’s got talent yaar
Very good activity especially to get to know Mumbai. The heavy traffic makes this a very good way to visit the city most important places. The driver was very friendly and a good companion helping me choosing the right places to see, where to eat or buy things cheaper.
It was a great trip, the driver/guide Arif was so kind and informative. He took many interesting places such as famous world heritage, Gate of India, Victoria Terminal station. Indeed learned a lot, Thank you very much, Truly appreciate it.
Our guide was Arshad . He is an kind, polite and helpful guy. He looked after us every minutes, gave us many information. Definitely recommend him. I’ll see you the next time Arshad.