Mumbai Tour from Delhi

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This is short tour provides you the opportunity to explore the dream city Mumbai. In the present tour package you will explore the historical and famous sites of Mumbai city such as Elephanta cave, Siddhi Vinayak temple, Gate way of India and Prince of Wales museum etc. We provide you private car for sightseeing and arrival departure along with best hotel for stay.

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Location : Mumbai
Trip : 02 Days
Min Age : 05
Max Age : 99
Max people : 10+ Members
Landing : Delhi
Check in : Any Day
Check Out : Any Day
Identity Proof : Any Government Id
Visa : Required
Qutub Minar
India Gate
President House
Taj Mahal

Delhi to Mumbai Tour Itinerary

  • Day 01 :Delhi- Mumbai by Air
    On day 1 catch your morning flight from Delhi to Mumbai. The air journey will maximum takes 2 hours to reach Mumbai airport. Upon landing at the airport you will be welcome by our representative. Afterwards you will be driven towards your pre-booked hotel. After refreshment you will be leaving for your desired Mumbai tour and visit the Gateway of India which is consider as the most photogenic point of Mumbai city, then move to visit Prince of Wales museum where you can visit the ancient artifacts, and sculptures. Later visit the second richest temple of India Siddhi Vinayak dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Your evening is free to explore the Juhu beach which is the major attraction of Mumbai city. Stay overnight at hotel.
  • Day 02 :Mumbai Tour & Departure to Delhi
    Enjoy your healthy breakfast and then leave to visit the Elephanta caves which is a UNESCO world heritage site where you can see the rare collection of cave style temples dedicated to lord shiva. These temples are located on Elephanta Island and one of the prominent sightseeing of Mumbai. After the sightseeing is over you will be moving back to the Mumbai airport. Here you will get your return flight back to Delhi.
Mumbai Tour from Delhi
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