Mumbai Darshan Bus City Tour starts at 9:00 am and finishes at 6:00 pm. Bookings may be made via the official website Call +919833615284. The guides on the air-conditioned buses are well qualified and speak Hindi, Marathi, and English so that all citizens (including foreign nationals) can understand the details of the locations they include. No meals are included in the kit. Also, make sure to go through some details of these destinations as no official brochure is issued to tourists. Doing so can get you to know the city and the different places you’re going to visit.
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Are you a tourist from abroad or a tourist from India looking to explore Mumbai? So, here are the best of the Mumbai darshan packages to enjoy every single moment in Mumbai.
About 60 tourist attractions, including 14 sightseeing spots, are covered by this one-day city tour, and the rest are drive-past spots. The tour takes place on air-conditioned buses, and guides are highly qualified and certified to introduce you to the mesmerizing past associated with these places. These packages are inexpensive and a great way to get to know the town of Mumbai. Currently, this city tour runs everyday. Depending on your pickup spot, you can also choose from the two itineraries . Only the bus journey and the starting pickup point vary in the itineraries; the attractions are identical, and you can also choose from them according to your convenience.
Travel plan 1- Borivali to South Mumbai to Borivali
The tour begins at approximately 9:00 am by picking up tourists from the Borivali. The bus then goes to a variety of tourist spots. The guide will show you some of the places from a distance while you can visit other tourist attractions.
Travel plan 2- Dadar to South Mumbai to Dadar
The tour begins by picking tourists at approximately 9:00 am from Dadar East. The bus then goes to different points of interest. You will visit the other tourist attractions from a distance in the corresponding guided tour.
Places In Mumbai To Visit
The main attractions are:
1. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus
It has been designed by the British and has fabulous artwork, one of the oldest railway stations in Mumbai. Remember to take a big clock photo on the exterior of the house.
Timing: Open all-day
2. Gateway Of India
It is an iconic Mumbai structure and embodies Islamic architecture. The magnificent building stands in front of the iconic Taj Mahal Hotel at the top of the Apollo Bunder. Usually, there are boat trips from the Gateway, but you’re not permitted to go because you’re on the Mumbai darshan.
Location: Apollo Bunder
Timing: Open all-day
3. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya
George Wittet’s concept of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya incorporates Islamic, Hindu, or British architecture traces. The museum is the largest in Mumbai and features a variety of large western and local exhibits.
Timing: 10 am to 6 pm
4. Taraporewala Aquarium
The Aquarium of Taraporewala is the only aquarium in Mumbai. A few hours to visit the place can be spent. Browse the many fish and other marine life creatures, the fossils, and the ancient seashells.
Location: Marine Drive
Timing: 10 am to 8 pm
5. Siddhivinayak Temple
The temple is considered miraculous and has Hindu architecture that is wonderful. The idol of Lord Ganesh is carved from a single black stone inside the temple.
Timing: 5 am to 8 pm
You can also find several sights on your bus ride apart from those attractions. Don’t miss these must-see attractions in the city of Mumbai. You may ask your accompanying guide to warn you when you cross these places and tell you the location. The locations on the way include-
Haji Ali Dargah (near Mahalaxmi Race Course and just Before Nehru Center)
Makhdoom Ali Mahinmi Dargah ( left side of Mahim, before the junction)
Mahim Church ( right of Makhdoom Ali Mahinmi Dargah)
Bandra Reclamation (spot this while heading to Bandra Bandstand)
Celebrity homes (catch a glimpse of SRKs Mannat)
Worli Fishing Village (located near Bandra Worli Sea Link)
Nariman Point and Queen’s Necklace (near to Taraporewala Aquarium).