Join our free tour only on Saturday morning at 0900 hrs to see the highlights of the city and hear amazing stories! Prior registration is mandatory and we only conduct it for a minimum of 4 people on the tour
Wake up before dawn and have a look at the morning hustle and bustle of Mumbai city!
Walk through an 800-year old fishing village and time travel with us!
Give your taste buds a tour of the city's toothsome street food!
Three years. Over 10,000 satisfied tourists!
Experience the city's contemporary art scene and enjoy cutting edge art figures!
We have numerous tours, workshops and events to suit your interests! Go explore!
A fun-filled 45 minutes of festivity, showcasing the ethnic culture of Maharashtra!
Celebrate with us as we take you into the world of Bollywood!
Antonio & Simon
"If you ask me how the tour was, I'd say it's phenomenal! because it lets you see parts of the city you otherwise dont have access to, It shows the darker corners of Mumbai, where its mucky, muddy & grimy but its actually where the city really shines".
Joy & Ken
"Very very knowledgeable, helpful & extremely friendly guide. I would certainly recommend !"
"The time travel tour is by far the best experience I've had of how people actually live in India".
Danial & Jenny
"Just did the Mumbai By Dawn tour. Definitely worth getting up at 4:45 in the morning. We went under the skin of the city, it was wonderful!".
My guide, Harshvardhan Tanwar (Harsh for short), shows me his Bombay. “Mumbai is a city, Bombay is an emotion,” he says. We visit the docks at dawn and watch women haggle for baskets of Bombay duck, which is, in fact, a lizardfish. We meet the city’s dabbawallas, a network of men who pick up Mumbaikar’s lunch boxes from home and deliver them to their offices.
"Along with his Worli Village Walk, this is also extremely popular with foreign guests who seem to have finally found more to do in the city than a day-trip to Elephanta Caves. But while we enjoy getting our food farm fresh, often home delivered, we seldom give a second thought to where our food may be coming from, which makes this tour just as eye-opening for a Mumbaiite."