Days Out: Trips & Tours
Haji Ali Dargah
Whitewashed structure is built 400 year ago situated on small island of 4,500 sq meters in Arabian sea and is flanked by crisp, marble pillars that are still marveled at today. Located at Worli, Mumbai
Gateway of India
This was built in 1911 to welcome King George to India hence known at Gate of India. Iconic land mark on Arabian sea. Known for day out and ferry ride on sea. Located in south Mumbai at Apollo Bunder Colaba.
Mani Bhavan- Mahatma Gandhi Museum
Acted as the focal point of Mahatma Gandhis political activities in Mumbai between 1917 and 1934. A museum to visit to know about father of Nation. Located at 19, Laburnum Road, Gamdevi, Mumbai. Timing 9:30 AM - 18:00 hrs all days
One of the highly visited beaches of Mumbai in centre of City. Host variety of Mumbai special street food such as bhel, ice-gola, pav bahji and chats. Enjoy multiple rides on cart wheels and horse. It is joggers delight for health freaks.
The Aquarium has sea life like shark, octopus, kite fish, corals, worms, sea flower, sea horses, pearls and shells. Articles crafted from shells and pearls are also displayed here. Built in 1951, located at Marine Drive, near Charni Rd station Mumbai
The Elephanta Caves are a network of sculpted caves, contain rock cut stone sculptures, representing the Shaiva Hindu sect, dedicated to the god Shiva. To reach this location you have to take a ferry from Gate Way of India, Colaba Mumbai.