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Private Sightseeing of Mumbai City, Including Dharavi Slum Tour

  • A sightseeing tour of classic Mumbai attractions, with Dharavi slum visit
  • Tick off Mumbai's top sights, such as Gateway to India, in a single outing
  • See Asia's largest slum, a peaceful hub of innovation and entrepreneurship
Private Sightseeing of Mumbai City, Including Dharavi Slum Tour
From US$70.00
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Small Group (2 to 3 people)Most Popular
Price is per person, applicable for a couple or a small group of 2-3 people
From US$90.00
Solo experience ( 1 Person )
Price is per person, for a solo experience
From US$135.00
Medium Group (4 to 8 people)
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From US$75.00
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Mumbai is one of the world’s most vibrant metropolises, a larger-than-life city filled with everything from teeming slums to ritzy residential enclaves. While most tourists stick to classic landmarks, it’s Mumbai’s residents that give the city its unique flavor. During this in-depth guided tour, tick off the main attractions while going behind-the-scenes to meet local communities during a walk through the inspiring slum of Dharavi.

What to Expect

During this flexible, personalized tour, get an insider’s view of Mumbai, one of the world’s most dynamic cities, where it can be tough for travelers—especially first-time visitors—to make their way around the packed, vibrant streets.

After a safe and comfortable pickup from your hotel lobby, set off on a sightseeing tour of the city’s top sights. Tick off classic landmarks, such as the Gateway of India and the tireless clothes washers of Dhobi Ghat, the world’s biggest open-air laundry.

Then, head to an area excluded from most tourist itineraries: Dharavi, Asia’s largest slum. Despite tough living conditions, the sprawling settlement has emerged as an inspiring center of entrepreneurship. See churches, mosques, and temples side by side: a testament to the community’s peace-loving spirit.

After a filling local lunch, board a ferry and cruise down Mumbai’s coast, taking a peek at the classic glamour of Marine Drive.

Reviews (24)
1 - 5 of 8 reviews
Reviewed 1 October 2018 via mobile
Spirit of Dharavi

My guide Furkan grew up in this slum and is a current resident. He was therefore extremely knowledgeable about the area. It meant a lot to him that I would leave with a good understanding of the area. He was passionate throughout the tour and...More

Thank Jocelyn B
Reviewed 21 August 2018
Great trip inside the culture and history of Mumbai

I was doing business in Mumbai and had a free day. We booked a tour at the last minute with India Magic Tours and got an excellent experience of the city with our guide Rahul Devaliya (Roy). He was friendly, enthused, and took us to...More

Thank escapist389
Reviewed 12 August 2018
Great customizable tour of all main Mumbai highlights in one day!

If you're going to Mumbai for a short period of time and you don't want to miss the city's key sightseeing spots, this tour is perfect for you - especially because it's private and fairly customizable depending on your interests. Having the tour of the...More

1  Thank ernestolebron
Reviewed 16 June 2018 via mobile
Mumbai in the Summer

The tour and tour guide was the best tour we have ever taken. Couldn’t have wished for a better experience.

Thank David N
Reviewed 29 March 2018
Great Overall Experience

Roy was really thoughtful and insightful in giving the tour. He took me both to tourist locations and non-tourist locations.

Thank Chris H
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