Our Mumbai tour Operators India brings you exclusive Mumbai holiday Tour Packages covering all the major attraction points. These Mumbai Holiday Packages are friendly to your budget and can convert your journey into beautiful, never to forget moments that you’ll surely cherish for the rest of your life. Mumbai is popular for so many reasons, Street food and beaches is one of them. One could spend lovely moment at juhu beach or one could have romantic dinner with loved ones.

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Basic Facts About Mumbai:

■ Ranked: Ranked 1 of 131 Maharashtra Tourism Destinations
■ Famous for/as: City
■ State: Maharashtra
■ District: Mumbai
■ Altitude: 14 m
■ Language spoken: Hindi, Marathi and English
■ Weather info: Summer 23 to 40°C, winter 16 to 33°C
■ Pincode: 400001
■ STD code: 022


Mumbai is popularly known as City of Dreams. The City is the collection of seven islands, namely Colaba, Mazagaon, Mahim, Parel, Bombay Island, Worli and Old Woman’s Island. Mumbai was earlier known as Bombay, Portuguese phrase bom bahia meaning good bay and now at present Mumbai is named after local goddess Mumbadevi. The History of Mumbai can be divided into two: Portuguese Colonization and British Raj. During the reign of British, Mumbai became the headquarters of East India Company and it soon became major international hub for trade. Mumbai have also witnessed reform movements like Quit India Movement that played an important role in India’s Independence.


The beauty of Mumbai lies in its culture and lifestyle. The Mumbai culture is awesomely blended with traditional festivals and foods. Traditional festivals includes Ganesh Chaturthi, Durga puja, Good Friday and Navratri . Traditional Mumbai foods include Paw bhaji, atatya rassa, Batatya rassa Chinch- gulacha, Okra bhaji and many more. Coming to music, people love to sing a Marathi koli song which is also an integral part of Mumbai culture.

Major Highlights

Here are some major highlights to go through –

♦ What to Expect: Beaches, Sightseeing, Popular foodie destination, shopping, local attraction points
♦ How to Travel to Mumbai:

         ♦ By Bus: Mumbai is well connected with national highways and express ways. Government and private          buses are operating on regular basis.
         ♦ By Rail: Train to Mumbai is available from all major cities such as Delhi, Punjab, Chennai, Bangalore,                   Tamil Nadu, etc. It is the most economical way to reach Mumbai.
         ♦ By Flight: Regular direct flights are available to Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
         ♦ By Road/Cab/Self driving: If you’re travelling by road, consider National Highway NH 2, NH 3 and          NH 8 to reach Mumbai.

♦ Minimum duration of Holiday: Atleast 5-7 days
♦ Time to Visit: March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October
♦ Most Preferred By: Family, Kids and Couples

Top Destination

• Temples : Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbadevi Temple, Mahalakshmi Temple, Gaon Devi Mandir, Shree Balaji, Mandir, Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandir, Kopineshwar Temple
• Museums : Nehru Science Center, Prince of Wales Museum, Indian Museum Ship, Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum, Albert Museum, Archaeological Survey of India Museum
• Garden and Lakes : Nehru Park, Umed Gardens, Chokelao Bagh, Kaylana Lake, Balsamand Lake
• Gardens : Hanging Gardens, Mumbai Port Trust Garden, Victoria Gardens, Green Thumb Plant Boutique
• Beaches : Juhu Beach, Chowpatty Beach, Marve Beach, Worli Sea face, Dana Paani Beach, Erangal Beach

Travel Tips

■ Mumbai is highly crowded city so it’s better to make hotels booking in advance.
■ One need to beware of pickpockets
■ Avoid travelling in Mumbai locals during rush hours.
■ Try not to carry much cash, Mumbai is a popular metropolitan city with so many ATM’s


Let’s plan an awe striking trip to place famous for its food, beaches, Marine drive, Churches, museums, parties and much more. Mumbai has a lot to offer- Cruise, street shopping, amazing night life and Arts. That’s why it’s the most favorite holiday destination in India. So hurry pack your bags as The City of Dream is calling you.


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