Það sem verður gert
In my opinion, one who travels requires a guide to explore the hidden places of a city, not your “top three” destinations on trip advisor. I believe it’s important to do that yourself. To explore the vastness of what the city of Mumbai is, in few days, even months or years, is an incredible task. I strive to connect you to the beat of the city, the pulse, if you will. We take public transport. You move through the city like a Mumbaikar. I start the tour with exploring the biggest flower market of Mumbai. It’s scale, colours and fragrances are mind blowing! It’s a phenomenal spot for photography, to experience some local flavour, and hey, maybe even buy some flowers... by the kilo! ;) Next we head to a fishermen’s village that dates back to 800 years. It’s tucked right in the middle of one of the world's largest metropolises, yet you’d never know it once you’re there. Fishermen/women were the original inhabitants of Mumbai, so if you’re interested in the history of this massive city and how it came to be, you’ll get to know all those little tidbits along the way. After that, we transit to Dhobi Ghat. This is the worlds largest open-air laundromat! Over 100,000 pieces of clothing are hand-washed here in one day! The brilliance and diversity of the colours is something to behold! Also, try and smile! A smile and a head-wag can take you to places you’d never dream in India :)
My name is Arpan Kalothia. Like many of you who are reading this, I am a traveler. Although I have traveled India extensively with my family from a young age, I didn’t realize my calling to travel by profession until a few years ago. As a young man, family pressures directed me towards academia. As many of us from Indian cultural descent, pleasing my family and treating them with respect, is of the utmost importance to me. I obliged, completing my degree in finance, but somehow I felt unfulfilled. I am sure some of you can relate - I needed more.
Hvað er innifalið
We will try some Street Food which is typical for Mumbai
Fresh Coconut Water included as well
All the costs for public transportation like buses and trains
Yfirlitshluti til að fara yfir síður
We will be precisely exploring the north western part of the Mumbai City. 1. Dadar Flower Market - It's a perfect place for shutterbugs to capture the colourful Mumbai. 2. Fishermen Village - Experience the 700 year old fishermen (Koli) village in the middle of the city which still has Christians and Hindus living in harmony. 3. Dhobi Ghat - Experience the biggest open air laundromat where clothes are still hand-washed.
Hægt er að afbóka hvaða upplifun sem er innan sólarhrings frá bókun til að fá fulla endurgreiðslu.
Haltu öllum samskiptum innan Airbnb. Til að gæta öryggis greiðsla þinna skaltu aldrei millifæra fjármuni né eiga í samskipum utan vefsíðu eða apps Airbnb.
Kröfur til gesta
Allt að 10 gestir 10 ára og eldri geta tekið þátt.
1. If you are interested in the tour but would like to do the same in Private Transportation, that can be arranged. 2. Flexibility in the pick-up or meeting point is possible. (subject to other guests) 3. Food tour can be combined with the tour itself. Please feel free to ask in case of any queries
Experience offbeat Mumbai!
Frá $29 á mann
Frá $29 á mann