Mumbai’s Secret Spices
3-Day Street Foods in Mumbai Tour - South India - Rickshaw Travel
Taste truly authentic Mumbai street food with its unique blend of herbs and secret spices, on an evening tour through this incredible city. Witness the buzz of activity surrounding Minara Masjid, observe vendors cooking up all sorts of meats sizzling away on their tavas and stroll through the lanes of Bhendi Bazaar. You'll stay in a comfortable hotel in the popular Colaba district, walking distance to the famous Gateway of India.
- Accommodation – price based on 2 people sharing
- Evening street food tour including tasting 8-10 street foods (snacks, sweets, beverages)
- Taxi between Chowpatty beach and Mohammed Ali Road
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Arrival in Mumbai
Upon arrival in Mumbai (formerly Bombay), you will be met by your driver and transferred to your hotel. Large cities in India can be pretty hectic, so it’s nice to know you’ve got your first transfer sorted. Your hotel is located in the Colaba district, within walking distance to the famous Gateway of India and the lively and colourful Colaba market, shops and restaurants.
Free day & Evening Street Food tour
You’ll have most of the day free to discover the sights and sounds of Mumbai yourself. In the evening it’s time to let your taste buds discover the city. You’ll head out on a tour of some of the best and most diverse street food that India has to offer. Taste Mumbai’s vegetarian favourites such as pav bhaji and pani puri then top it all off by satisfying your sweet tooth with hand-churned ice cream or super sugary jalebi.
Departure from Mumbai
Today it’s time to say goodbye to the city. If you have time before your onward flight why not take one last stroll through the bustling streets lined with merchants selling their wares? Perhaps you’ll find some souvenirs for friends back home. Alternatively you could stop by the famous Taj Hotel for a cup of coffee and something sweet to set you up for your next adventure.
Dharavi Slum Excursion
If you’d like to see a different side to Mumbai, you can add on this trip to the Dhavari Slum. The slum was featured in the Slumdog Millionaire film, and you’ll visit with a guide, walking for about 2.5 hours. You’ll discuss issues affecting the poorer members of society, the street children, pavement dwellers, history of the slums, etc. Once finished you’ll be dropped back off at your hotel.
£95 - per person
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