Mumbai 'Slum Tour'

Dharavi is one of the largest slums in the world. It used to be the largest slum in Mumbai at one time


Mumbai ‘Must See’

Mumbai formerly known as Bombay. It is the most populous city in India, and the fourth most populous city in the world.


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Mumbai (Bombay) City & Mumbai Suburban Sightseeing Tour

Then known as Bombay, the city became the home of Parsi families who came to India from Iran to avoid religious persecution. The original inhabitants of the islands, however, were the Kolis who were fisher folks by profession. Kolis worshiped a Hindu deity called Mumbadevi. Bombay was later renamed Mumbai taking into consideration the culture and tradition of the inhabitants of the region.
Bombay took a quantum leap towards modernization when in the year 1853 the first train in India ran between Bombay Victoria Terminus and Thane. With the development of railway communication, Bombay became a very important port and large amount of raw materials like cotton were shipped to England through the Bombay port. The outbreak of the American war of independence saw textile industries develop in Bombay and the industrialization of the area that began with the introduction of railways, picked up speed.

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We are committed & devoted to provide our clients with personalized travel & tourism services in India . Ever since the establishment of the company, it is looking at growth at double rate with the help of our supportive & co-operative clients. We provide Mumbai Mumbai City Tours, Tourist Guide Services for Mumbai & Mumbai Sight Seeing Tours at it's best as we are the local & know exactly what the guests would like. 

About Mumbai City

The city of Mumbai has a history that is both long and diverse. The city is actually a combination of seven islands that was reclaimed slowly. The place was a part of the kingdom of Ashoka, a famous king of medieval India. After the death of Ashoka, the region was ruled by a number of rulers in succession and then it fell in the hands of the Muslim invaders. In the year 1534, Mumbai was occupied by the Portuguese. St. Andrew's church at Bandra in Mumbai still stands testament to the Portuguese occupation.After occupation of the land, the place was named "Bom Baia" which in Portuguese means "good bay".


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