Mumbai Tour Packages

The city of dreams, the city of glamour, the city of opportunities, the city that never sleeps, the financial capital of India, welcome to the city of Mumbai. Formerly known as Bombay (older generation still like to address the city by this name), Mumbai is one of the largest and popular metropolitans of India. Home to one of the largest cinematic industries in the world, Bollywood, Mumbai has a lot to offer as a tourist destination. 

Build on the shores of the Arabian Sea, a typical Mumbai travel guide curated by Kiomoi will take you into the core of the city’s vibrant lifestyle and introduce you to its cultural heritage.

From the iconic stature of the Gateway of India to the serene walk at the Marine Drive, and from the vibrant chants and bells syncing at the Siddhivinayak Temple to the majestic location of Haji Ali Mosque, right in the middle of the ocean, there’s a lot to explore while spending holidays in Mumbai. 

In fact, when you book overall Maharashtra tour packages, it is highly likely that your journey begins with Mumbai tour.

So, if you too are planning to book Mumbai holiday packages, here’s all you should know to make it a memorable one.

Top Places to Visit in Mumbai

Gateway of India: It won’t be an overstatement to say that if there’s one entity that can easily be considered as the identity of Mumbai, it is the iconic Gateway of India. Built in 1924 by the British Raj, the structure’s location lives up to the name, as it stands on the shores of the Arabian Sea and operates as one of the most significant ports in India; thus, The Gateway ‘to’ India.Hundreds of people, including locals, visit the location to spend quality time with their family and loved ones.  

Siddhivinayak Temple: There is no way your Mumbai travel package would be complete without the inclusion of the highly revered Siddhivinayak Temple. One of Mumbai's most revered Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Ganesha, Siddhivinayak Temple draws thousands of devotees throughout the year. From general public to VIPs such as industrialists, politicians, and film stars, everybody visit the temple to seek blessings from Lord Ganesha. Built in 1801, the temple holds a rich history of the city’s glorious past and reflects a mastery of architectural brilliance from that era. 

Haji Ali Mosque: Another popular religious place that is highly recommended to everyone who plans to spend their holidays in Mumbai. While the mosque is one of the oldest in the entire country and is highly revered, what really sets apart Hali Ali and makes it an ideal tourist spot is its location. Situated some 500 yards from the shoreline, right in the middle of the Arabian Sea, provides visitors the opportunity to walk in the middle of the ocean waves to reach the Mosque, creating a unique and sublime experience for all. 

Marine Drive: While exploring Mumbai, if you hear the term “Queen’s Necklace”, it’s not really the ornament that someone is talking about, but a stretch of the road situated in the southern part of Mumbai; Marine Drive. The fact that a stretch of a roadside has attained popularity as one of the top places to visit in Mumbai is a testament of its beauty and significance. Whether it's a leisurely stroll at sunset or a late-night rendezvous with the sea breeze, the picturesque promenade of Marine Drive offers a tranquil escape from the city's hustle and bustle, making it a favorite spot among locals and tourists alike.

Things to Do in Mumbai

Visit the Goregaon Film City: Step into the glitzy world of Bollywood with a guided tour of Mumbai's famed Film City. Visit film sets, studios, and production houses and witness the magic of cinema come to life. The Goregaon Film City is constructed amidst the lush forests of Mumbai sub-urbs, thus taking you away from the hustle bustle of the city life. Built in the early 20th century by the legends of the field, Dada Saheb Phalke and V. Shantaram, this is one of the largest film cities in the whole world.

Take a Boat Ride to the Elephanta Caves: On your visit to the Gateway of India, take a boat ride to the famous Elephanta Caves. Estimated to have been constructed between the 5th and 6thcenturies AD, these caves are located on Elephanta Island.  With a center chamber, two side chambers, numerous subsidiary shrines, and courtyards, the entire cave temple complex occupies over 60,000 sq.ft. It received the tag as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. 

Explore the Vibrant Juhu Beach: Make the most of your holidays in Mumbai by visiting the Juhu Beach, one of Mumbai's most popular seaside destinations. Whether you're craving mouthwatering street food, enjoying camel rides along the shore, or simply watching the sunset against the backdrop of swaying palm trees, Juhu Beach offers a quintessential Mumbai experience that's not to be missed. The neighboring area of Juhu is the hub of celebrity homes from the film industry, so it is likely that you might get a glimpse of one of the Bollywood stars, or star family, when you visit the beach. 

Go on a Street Food Tour: Mumbai street food is a treat for the soul and not just for the body. From spicy pav bhaji to mouthwatering signature dish of Mumbai, vada pav, savor the diverse flavors and aromas that define Mumbai's gastronomic landscape. Whether you are on the Marine Driveor at Juhu Beach, you will easily find an array of vendors selling spicy chat dishes such s Bhel Puri, Sev Puri, Pani Puri, Dahi Puri, and more. 

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Tips to Make the Best of Your Mumbai Holiday Packages

To ensure your travel is seamless and memorable, consider these invaluable tips:

Pack Smartly: Irrespective of the time of the year you are visiting Mumbai, you’d get a humid weather here due to the presence of the Arabian Sea. Even during the winter season, the city doesn’t experience cold weather and remains pleasant throughout the day. There are party places as well as religious shrines in the city, compelling you to pack a mix of traditional and modern clothing. 

Plan a Budget and Stick to It: Mumbai is an expensive city, there’s no doubt about it. However, your holidays in Mumbai doesn’t necessarily have to be a load on your purse. Knowing where to stay, how to travel, what to eat and shop (and where), etc. can be a great way to keep your trip budget-friendly. 

Experience Local Vibe: There is a reason why Mumbai is called the “City of Dreams”. There is a reason why it is said that “Mumbai never sleeps”. These and many such reasons make Mumbai a place to not only explore but, also experience through the lifestyle of the locals. Feel the energy of cultural fests, excitement of people rushing in local trains andthe loudness of its vibrant nightlife. 

Important Details About Holidays in Mumbai

Best Time to Visit Mumbai

The best time to visit Mumbai is during the winter months, from November to February, when the weather is pleasant and conducive to outdoor activities.

Best Way to Reach Mumbai

By Air: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport serves as the primary gateway to Mumbai, with numerous domestic and international flights connecting the city to major destinations worldwide.

By Rail: Mumbai has not one but three major railways junctions, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST), Dadar, and Mumbai Central, that connects the city to all parts of the country. 

By Road: Mumbai is well-connected to neighboring cities and states via a network of national highways and expressways.

Best Places to Eat in Mumbai

Mumbai is a haven for those who live to eat with an array of eateries serving authentic Maharashtrian, as well as global cuisines. So, when it comes to finding recommended places to eat in Mumbai, there are many that would make it to the list.Visit the Colaba area in the south Mumbai region to explore some of the most popular and happening eateries such as Leopold Café, Britannia & Co., Gajalee, etc. 

Best Places for Shopping in Mumbai

Just like its food experience, the whole of Mumbai has areas that are renowned for offering unique shopping experiences. Places such as Colaba Causeway, Linking Road, Crawford Market, and Fashion Street are some of the highly popular open street markets in Mumbai. 

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