Full Day City Tour of Mumbai

Our Travel Desk helps you plan a sightseeing tour of Mumbai. Also assists you with car rentals and booking of airline / train tickets. You can Contact us or WhatsApp us on 9833001623 or Mail us on reservations@dragonflyhotel.in

Day Tour 1 - Spiritual Tour:

Visit some of the famous religious places, full day takes around 7 hrs  to 8 hrs
 

  • SIDDHIVINAYAK TEMPLE
  • MAHALAKSHMI TEMPLE 
  • HAJIALI 
  • ISKCON 
  • MUMBADEVI TEMPLE
  • MOUNT MARY CHURCH 


Day Tour 2 - Adventure & Fun:

Experience the India's Largest Amusement Park,  "EsselWorld" or "Water Kingdom"

Day Tour 3 - Adventure & Fun:

Experience the Family Holiday Destination with Theme Park, Water Park, Snow Park etc at Adlabs Imagica Khopoli

Day Tour 4 - Art Lovers:

Experience the brilliant art works at Jehangir Art Gallery and Prince of Wales Musuem, also explore the Elephanta Caves

Day Tour 5 - City Tour:
 
  • MARINE DRIVE 
  • NARIMAN POINT 
  • GATEWAY OF INDIA 
  • COLABA
  • CHOWPATTY BEACH 
  • JUHU BEACH 
  • BANDRA WORLI SEA-LINK 
  • BANDRA BANDSTAND 
  • HANGING GARDENS
  • TARAPOREWALA AQUARIUM 
  • NEHRU SCIENCE CENTER 


Day Tour 6 - Wild Life and Nature Tour:

Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Borivali to encounter the Lions and Leopards, late the proceed to visit the  Kanheri Caves

Day Tour 7 - Bollywood Tour:

Your visit to Mumbai is incomplete till you have had a taste of Bollywood. If you have been yearning to see the workings of the film industry up-close, we have it all sorted out for you. Take a Bollywood Tour, check out the behind-the-scenes action and simply live the magic of movies. Or take a tour to visit Homes of your favorite star such as Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan etc.
 
  1. Half Day City Tours, Mumbai (5-7 Hours): This tour is one of the most popular tours as it covers most of the tourist attractions in South Mumbai. It is suitable for those who have less time in hand and want to catch on the major highlights of Mumbai city. The recommended starting time is between 9 am to 2 pm on any day of the week. In this tour we would visiting places as described below:
  • Gateway of India: It is an arch monument built during the 20th century. It was erected to welcome the landing of King George V and Queen Mary at Apollo Bunder, Colaba on their visit to India in 1911. It overlooks the Arabian Sea and is often referred to as the Taj Mahal of Mumbai. It is one of the top tourist attractions in the city.
  • Prince of Wales Museum: Founded in the early 1900s, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is one of the premier cultural institutions in the country. The museum houses a huge collection of Indian artifacts and showcases the history of the county since the Mughal Times.
  • Victoria Terminus: It is the headquarters of the central railway line in Mumbai. It is an UNESCO World heritage building with brilliant architecture built in 1887 to commemorate the Golden jubilee of Queen Victoria. It is one of the most photographed buildings in India.
  • Marine Drive: It is a 3.6 Kilometer long boulevard in South Mumbai. It is a C-shaped road along the Mumbai coast. It is also known as the Queens Necklace because, if viewed at night from an elevated point anywhere along the drive, the street lights resemble a string of pearls in a necklace. This is one of the photo stops that you should not miss.
  • Visit to the Prominent Temples: You will be visiting the prominent temples in South Mumbai such as Babulnath Temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva), Shree Mahalaxmi Temple, and Siddhivinayak Temple (dedicated to Lord Ganesha).
  • Hanging Gardens and Kamala Nehru Park: These gardens are opposite each other in Malabar Hills, South Mumbai. Hanging Garden was built in1880 atop a water storage reservoir. The garden is haven for walkers and it has plant sculptures of various animals. Kamala Nehru Park offers a bird’s eye view of Chowpatty Beach and the Marine drive Promenade.
  • Mani Bhavan: It served as Mahatma Gandhi’s home when he used to visit Mumbai. The room on 2nd floor where Gandhiji used to stay is kept as it is even today. It also has a doll museum depicting the important life stages of Gandhiji’s life.
  • Rajabai Clock Tower: It is modelled on the Big Ben in London. The towers architecture boasts nice blend of Venetian and Gothic styles. The clock is named after Rajabai, mother of Premchand Roychand the famous business also known as the Cotton King.

  1. Full Day City Tours, Mumbai (9 Hours): This tour showcases all aspects of Mumbai i.e. South Mumbai and Suburbs. It is a splendid mix of landmarks and monuments, temples and art gallery, beaches and gardens. The tour allows you the opportunity to truly experience the city, appreciate its architecture and history and see local culture of Mumbai. The recommended starting time to take the tour is between 9am to 11am any day of the week.
  • Gateway of India: It is an arch monument built during the 20th century. It was erected to welcome the landing of King George V and Queen Mary at Apollo Bunder, Colaba on their visit to India in 1911. It overlooks the Arabian Sea and is often referred to as the Taj Mahal of Mumbai. It is one of the top tourist attractions in the city.
  • Prince of Wales Museum: Founded in the early 1900s, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is one of the premier cultural institutions in the country. The museum houses a huge collection of Indian artifacts and showcases the history of the county since the Mughal Times.
  • Victoria Terminus: It is the headquarters of the central railway line in Mumbai. It is an UNESCO World heritage building with brilliant architecture built in 1887 to commemorate the Golden jubilee of Queen Victoria. It is one of the most photographed buildings in India.
  • Marine Drive: It is a 3.6 Kilometer long boulevard in South Mumbai. It is a C-shaped road along the Mumbai coast. It is also known as the Queens Necklace because, if viewed at night from an elevated point anywhere along the drive, the street lights resemble a string of pearls in a necklace. This is one of the photo stops that you should not miss.
  • Visit to the Prominent Religious Places: You will be visiting the prominent temples in South Mumbai such as Babulnath Temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva), Shree Mahalaxmi Temple, Siddhivinayak Temple (dedicated to Lord Ganesha), Haji Ali Dargah, ISCKON Temple (dedicated to Lord Ram & Lord Krishna) and Mount Mary Church.
  • Hanging Gardens and Kamala Nehru Park: These gardens are opposite each other in Malabar Hills, South Mumbai. Hanging Garden was built in1880 atop a water storage reservoir. The garden is haven for walkers and it has plant sculptures of various animals. Kamala Nehru Park offers a bird’s eye view of Chowpatty Beach and the Marine drive Promenade.
  • Mani Bhavan: It served as Mahatma Gandhi’s home when he used to visit Mumbai. The room on 2nd floor where Gandhiji used to stay is kept as it is even today. It also has a doll museum depicting the important life stages of Gandhiji’s life.

  • Rajabai Clock Tower: It is modelled on the Big Ben in London. The towers architecture boasts nice blend of Venetian and Gothic styles. The clock is named after Rajabai, mother of Premchand Roychand the famous business also known as the Cotton King.
  • Heritage Buildings in South Mumbai: You will be shown famous buildings of south Mumbai from outside such as Mumbai University, High Court, St. Thomas Cathedral, and Horniman Circle etc.
  • Bandra Bandstand: It is a 1.2 kilometer long walkway along the sea on the western coast of Mumbai. One can visit the Bandra Fort at the end of the road and also catch a bird’s eye view of the Bandra Sea Link. You can also see the home of famous Bollywood stars such as Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan.
  • Juhu Beach: It is one of the famous beach in India. You can try the various local delicacies and street food. Watching the sunset in this wonderful place, guarded by the vast Arabian Sea, is a dream like vision for anyone who visits the beaches.

  1. Elephanta Caves Tour, Mumbai (6 Hours): They are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a collection of cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. They are located on Elephanta Islands, 10 kilometers to the east of Mumbai city. The Elephanta caves contain rock cut stone sculptures that show syncretism of Hindu and Buddhist ideas and iconography. The name, Elephanta was given by the Portuguese as there was a large elephant sculpture in the island. Elephanta Festival is a two day dance and music festival in February every year.
To reach the Elephanta Islands, you will have to take boat from Gateway of India. The first boat leaves at 9 am (boats at every 10 minutes) and the last returning boat is at 5.30 pm. You can have a glimpse of the Arabian Sea and the sky line of Mumbai city while on your way to the Islands. The boat takes 1 hour to reach.
The recommended time to start the tour is between 9 am to 11 am any day of the week except Mondays. And it is best to avoid this tour during monsoons as due to the weather conditions boat services are disrupted.






  1. Spiritual Tours (6 to 7 Hours): Our Mumbai spiritual tour is dedicated to all spiritual places in South Mumbai and suburbs. Take the spiritual journey by visiting the most beautiful and famous temples, churches and mosques in Mumbai. The city has many temples devoted to various Gods and religions. Each temple is different in terms of architecture, structure and terms of worship. A spiritual tour in Mumbai is a good way to relieve yourself from the modern fast paced life and enjoy some quiet time with the tranquil environment of these religious sites.
This tour is available on all days of the week and recommended time is mornings or evenings. Please note that the temples are closed in the afternoons and shut by 9.00pm at night. Below are the list of places that would be covered.
  • Afghan Church: The majestic church is known for its stained glass designs. The tall spire of the church can be seen from many parts of South Mumbai. It was built by British to commemorate the dead of the first Afghan war and disastrous 1842 retreat from Kabul. The church is located in Navy Nagar in the Colaba area of South Mumbai.
  • Babulnath Temple: This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, situated on a small hillock near Girgaum Chowpatty, it is the oldest temple in Mumbai city. The temple is located 1000 feet above sea level and you will be mesmerized by the peace and tranquility present in the temple.
  • Haji Ali Darga: This prominent darga is located at Haji Ali in South Mumbai in the middle of sea. Devotees have to walk a 1 km narrow pathway that submerges under water during high tide. It is the shrine of Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, the Sufi saint. It was constructed in 1431. On Thursdays and Fridays you will notice huge crowd visiting the shrine.
  • Siddhivinayak Temple: Is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha and is located in Prabhadevi. It is one the richest temples in Mumbai. The temple has a small mandap with the shrine for Siddhi Vinayak (Ganesha who grants your wish). The wooden doors to the sanctum are craved with images of the Ashtavinayak (the eight manifestations of Ganesha in Maharashtra) and the inner roof of the sanctum is plated with gold.
  • Mahalaxmi Temple: it is one of the famous temples of Mumbai situated on Bhulabhai Desai Road in Mahalaxmi. It is dedicated to Mahalaxmi the central deity of Devi Mahatmyam or the ‘Goddess of Wealth’ and was built in 1831 by a Hindu merchant.
  • Jain Temple: Jainism is a section that believes in total non-violence including no harm to animals in any way. The Babu Amichand Panalal Adishwarji Jain Temple is located at Malabar Hills near Hanging Gardens.
  • Iskcon Temple: This temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. It was opened in 1978, the complex includes spacious marble temple, an auditorium, a huge restaurant and a twin towered seven-storey guest house. A glimpse of the Aarti in morning and evening is a delight to watch and hear.
  1. Bazaar Walk & Shopping Tours, Mumbai: Mumbai is known as a shopper’s paradise. Place to shop in Mumbai are delightful experience as you will have lots of options to go for! Shopping places range from posh shopping malls to local street shopping. That is we at Dragonfly, The Art Hotel have shortlisted some of the best shopping places to cater to your needs. Here are some of the handpicked places for our guest covering the best of local street markets as well as shopping malls:-
  • Colaba Causeway: Open all days from morning to night, this market is one of the famous market in south Mumbai. You will find everything here from handicrafts to junk jewelry to clothes and brass items. The famous Leopold’s cafe is also situated here. (Please note that this market is overcrowded on all days.)
  • Chor Bazaar or the Thieves market/ Flea Market: This iconic market has a history spanning more than 150 years. Located near the Mohammad Ali Road in south Mumbai, the market is open daily from 11 am until 7.30 pm except Fridays. One can find items like antiques, bronze items, vintage items, trash and treasure. (Please note that this market is overcrowded on all days.)
  • Crawford Market: It is an old-styled market, housed in an historic colonial building. It specializes in wholesale fruits and vegetables but now sells array of products. The market is open all days except Sundays from morning until night. You can buy imported items, toys, confectionery and dry fruits. (Please note that this market is overcrowded on all days.)
  • Fashion Street: It is a cluster of around 100+ clothes and accessories shop on MG road in South Mumbai. It is a paradise for a shopaholic as you get local as well as export quality products at throw away prices. Make sure to keep your bargaining skills ready. The best time to visit this place is between 12 pm to 4 pm when there is relatively less crowd. Hours of operation is all days of week from 11 am to 8 pm.
  • Hill Road & Linking Road, Bandra: Street shopping destination in suburbs is famous for Clothes, jewelry, shoes and other accessories. Keep your bargaining skills ready for all the local street shopping destinations. It’s open on all days from 11 am to 9 pm. Avoid Mondays as some of these shops are closed.
  • Irla Market: besides road shopping for clothes, shoes and accessories, Irla is famous for Alfa stores, a store with around 5 hops in Irla market itself houses variety of collection from electronics, mobile phones, perfumes, watches, cosmetics, crockery, clothes and daily items at cheaper prices.
  • Lokhandwala Market, Andheri: Street shopping destination in suburbs is famous for Clothes, jewelry, shoes and other accessories. Keep your bargaining skills ready for all the local street shopping destinations. It’s open on all days from 11 am to 9 pm. This street is also famous for spotting Television Celebrities.
Apart from street shopping Mumbai offers a variety of Shopping Malls and Complexes to its visitors. Some of the luxury and well known malls in Mumbai are listed below:
  • Palladium Mall (Lower Parel): Open all days from 11am to 10 pm houses all the international famous brands. It is the only high end luxury mall in Mumbai.
  • High Street Phoenix (Lower Parel): Open all days from 11 am to 10 pm.
  • R-City (Ghatkopar): Open all days from 11 am to 10pm.
  • Phoenix Market City (Kurla): Open all days from 11 am to 10pm.
  • Inorbit & Infinity Mall (Malad): Open all days from 11 am to 10 pm.
  • Inorbit Mall (Vashi, Navi Mumbai): Open all days from 11 am to 10pm.

 

Places near Mumbai


2 Day and 1 Night Tour - 1 - Lonavala

Enjoy the Sunset at Lions Point, Visit the Sunil Wax Musuem & visit Narayani Dham Temple. It is approx. 80 kms from Mumbai.

2 Day and 1 Night Tour - 1 - Shirdi

Shri Sai Baba Sansthan Temple is a religious place in Shirdi, Maharashtra in India, that is dedicated to Shri Sai Baba, who is considered to be one of the greatest saints to have been born in India.

2 Day and 1 Night Tour - 1 - Matheran

Visit the Asia's only Automobile free hill Station, Visit Louisa Point, Monkey Point and many more sightseeing places, roads are not metalled and are made of red laterite earth.

3 Day and 2 Night Tour - 1 - Mahableswar

Visit the Wilson point, enjoy the boat ride in Venna Lake, Check out the Table land in Panchgani, Must Try the season Strawberries in Mahableshwar.