Explore Mumbai's busiest bazaars on this day tour. Learn about the ancient Indian city as you make your way through bustling street markets, and admire the vibrancy of the people who sell their wares in packed bazaars to people from all over the world.
What to Expect
Explore the fascinating city of Mumbai through its markets which are full of energy and life. Begin with a pick-up from your hotel and head toward the native bazaar areas of Bhuleshwar. Stroll down the tightly packed stalls and take in the colorful people along with the multicultural mix of mosques, temples, and dargahs.
Discover the Crawford Market, famous for its wholesale fruits, fresh vegetables, and poultry. The buildings are a blend of Gothic and Flemish-style architecture which were designed by Lockwood Kipling, father of the famous novelist, Rudyard Kipling.
Next, you'll visit the Jama Masjid and meet India’s oldest Muslim community who came here in the 6th-century. Afterwards, head to the Mirchi Galli spice market, the Mangaldas cloth market, and the Zaveri Bazaar jewelry market. Continue with Phool Galli Flower Street and the Mumbadevi Temple where the city gets its name from.
You’ll also get an inside look at the Jain community and visit the Panjra Pole animal shelter, a 176-year-old infirmary that primarily looks after 350 cows and other stray animals. Over time the infirmary has acquired a religious significance making it unique amongst animal hospitals.
Make sure to wear comfortable shoes, dress conservatively, and keep your valuables safe. Afterwards, your driver will drop you back off at your hotel.
- Transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle
- All taxes