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#Heritage Mile Walk

This walk takes you into the heart of the old ‘Fort’ where you will explore the ‘White Town’ or the European half of the old town that existed within the Fort walls. Know more about Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, walk down D.N.Road, see Flora Fountain, Kala Ghoda, Oval Maidan University Building, High Court building, the old PWD building and Telegraph Department, Veer Nariman Road and finally walk down to Marine Drive to enjoy a fantastic view of the Art Deco Skyline that has become an identity of Mumbai the world over

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#MUMBAI MONSOON HERITAGE CARNIVAL

#MUMBAI MONSOON HERITAGE CARNIVAL

8TH July 2017

04:00 PM

Bandra Queen of the Suburbs Walk 

Begin the walk in the bustling bylanes of Chimbai village, pay a visit to the historically significant St Andrews church then proceed to walk on through Ranwar village community. Next stroll through Hill road to get a glimpse into the history of the legendary modern liberal cinema and art movement of Bandra, in the campus of the evergreen Mehboob studios. Proceed to Saint Stephen’s church and the Mount Mary church. Walk ends at The Bandra Fort.

 

Starting point: Front Entrance, St.Andrew's Church, Bandra 

115, hill road, bandra (west), Mumbai 400050.

Starting point- https://maps.google.co.in/maps?q=st+andrews+church+bandra&hl=en&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&hq=st+andrews+church&hnear=Bandra+West%2C+Mumbai%2C+Mumbai+Suburban%2C+Maharashtra&t=m&z=16

 

Places covered on the walk - (The aesthetic beauty of one of Mumbai’s most vibrant suburbs with visits to areas such as Mount Mary church, Chimbai & Ranwar villages, Bandra fort, St. Andrews Church, St. Stephens Church, pass by Mehboob studio)

 

Things to carry: Comfortable clothes and Comfortable footwear as it includes walking.

Government authorized identification card, Aadhar card/ Passport.

Umbrella or raincoat to keep yourself safe from rain.

 

 

Contact: Akshay Dave mumbai@raconteurtours.com

              +91 9769187580

 

 

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Footsteps to Freedom, Mumbai in the Independence struggle Walk
At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom.
A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new,
when an age ends, and when the soul of a nation, long suppressed, finds utterance. On this
tour we visit many of the spots in Mumbai that played a role in the Indian freedom struggle and
be regaled with stories from incidents related to the Revolt of 1857.

 

Places Covered: - August Kranti Maidan, Gokuldas Tejpal Hall, Mani Bhuvan, Chowpatty Beach.

 

Meeting point – The start point of the walk is August Kranti Maidan, Nanachowk side.

Google Maps link - 

https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/August+Kranti+Maidan+Bus+Station/@18.96281,72.810361,21z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x3be7ce0ca70328a1:0x6ffd8edca3085dc6

 

The entire walk is about 2 hours. 
 

Meeting time – 04:00 PM

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AGFBW- Private

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Apollo Gate and Front Bay Walk

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Apollo Gate and Front Bay Walk- Private

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Apollo Gate and The Front Bay Walk

Apollo Gate and The Front Bay Walk

Here’s a chance to go back in time almost 350 years....when there was no Mumbai, just one small island of Bombay. Walk along the periphery of the ‘front’ bay and re-chart the birth of Mumbai. The first of our four historic walks the ‘Apollo Gate and Front Bay Walk’ covers the northern part of the old ‘Fort’. This was the area where the first signs of habitation were seen on the island of Bombay. The walk begins in the European Renaissance style Ballard Estate business district with its perfect avenues and streets echoing reminiscent of Victorian London. See the famous Town Hall which houses the Asiatic Society Library of Mumbai and the Horniman Circle Garden and the spectacular surrounding buildings. Walk down to the Flora Fountain circle which in some very peculiar ways resembles London’s Piccadilly Circus. Walk past the 275 year old Indian Naval Dockyard with its beautiful mural representing the first establishments on the island. Finally end the walk at the world famous Gateway of India and the now legendary Taj Mahal Hotel.

Starting point: Ferry terminal/Green Gate/Indira Gate, Ballard Estate.

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Bandra Christmas Special Walk

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2 Hours
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Bandra Tour Amity University 2

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2 Hours
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Bandra Tour for Amity University

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Bandra Tour- Deloitte

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Bandra Tour- Private

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19 Oct 2018, 19 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, and more
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Bandra, The Queen of Suburbs Walk

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19 Oct 2018, 19 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, and more
2 Hours 30 Minutes
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Bandra- The Queen of the Suburbs (JamJar)

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Bazzargate Walk

Welcome to Bazzargate! The Northern part of the old ‘Fort’ this is the area that was known to all of Bombay’s(Mumbai) colonial rulers as ‘Black Town’ because of the strength in numbers of local inhabitants.
Learn fascinating facts about Mumbai on a 3-hour walking tour of the city’s old colonial attractions. It showcases the northern section of the Old Fort, with visits to the lanes of the bazaars, the Bombay Gymkhana, the Art Deco Metro Cinema, and more.

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Architecture

Building Blocks Of Bombay- Architecture Walk

Start point: The Asiatic Society Mumbai Town Hall.  Outside Asiatic Library, Entrance (Stairs), Fort, Mumbai.

An eclectic and heady mesh of spires, turrets, minarets and domes interspersed with the ubiquitous flat roofs of matchbox buildings, the skyline of colonial Bombay is both an architect's and historian's delight. Tracing the developments of various architectural styles during a section of the colonial period from the 1830s till independence: serene, white neo-Classical columns, majestic, sky-clasping Gothic spires proclaiming the height of Empire, hybrid, native architecture oriented Gothic-Saracenic facades and the smooth rectangular delineations of Art Deco the architecture of anti-colonial sentiment the tour also highlights the developments in land reclamation and the trajectory of urban planning that made the erection of these monumental, hallmark edifices possible.

Starting with the Town Hall which houses the Asiatic Society Library of Bombay, the Horniman Circle gardens and the arresting arcaded facades surrounding this circle in a manner reminiscent of Bath’s Royal Crescent, walk down to the Flora Fountain statue to get a glimpse of the unique Gothic cum neo-Classic ode to the Roman goddess of spring. Continue to the Bombay University buildings– one of the earliest Gothic structures in Bombay and a fine specimen of Venetian Gothic architecture, with its exterior, spiral staircases and colonnaded verandahs resembling the Palazzo Ducale, Venice. The mammoth Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus, a UNESCO World Heritage site designed by F.W. Stevens, needs no introduction. Across the road from CST, the Bombay Municipal Corporation building, a Gothic structure incorporating Indo-Saracenic elements such as minarets and a dome inspired by Gol Gumbaz in Bijapur looms large. End with a view of Metro Cinema, a swanky Art Deco structure– clean rectangular lines and balconies curving at the corners– a veritable mecca for celluloid dreams since the late 1930s.

 

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Churchgate and Heritage Mile

This is to confirm your tour , The Churchgate and Heritage Mile Walk.

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Duration : 2-3 hours

The meeting point of the walk is McDonald's, near Capitol Cinema, Opp CST station.

Below is the google maps link for McDonalds opposite CST Station :

https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/McDonald's/@18.9382392,72.8339334,18.25z/data=!4m8!1m2!2m1!1smcdonalds!3m4!1s0x3be7d1d9378301f3:0x17f7ca171981548!8m2!3d18.938925!4d72.834526

 

If you find any more difficulties you may call us on +919769187580 for further assistance.

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Churchgate and Heritage Mile Walk

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Custom Tour- Tracey Sharman

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22 Oct 2018
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Customised Sailing Tour

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Customized Tour

 

Here’s a chance to go back in time almost 150 years....when there was no Mumbai, just one small island of Bombay. Raconteur Walks Mumbai & Full Circle presents A ‘Bombay’ Walk Tour. This walk takes you into the heart of the old ‘Fort’. Explore the ‘White Town’ or the European half of the old town that existed within the Fort walls.

 

Begin the walk at F.W.Steven’s gothic masterpiece, the grand Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus also known as the Victoria Terminus. Then walk down D.N.Road, also called the Heritage Mile of Mumbai, while admiring one of the oldest parts of the city(almost as old as the city itself) which even today is reminiscence of it colonial past and make your way to the ornate Flora Fountain. Here take a minute to soak in the atmosphere of one of the busiest precincts’ of Mumbai. Next just a hop, skip and jump away lies the historic art district of Kala Ghoda with its many Gothic buildings and numerous art galleries creating a charm that is unmatched in Mumbai. Move onto the Oval Maidan where in a great phalanx lie the Old Secretariat, University Library and Convocation Hall, High Court building , the old PWD building and Telegraph Department, a truly imperial vision like a fleet of massive stone battleships, monolithic, awe-inspiring and supremely self confident. Once they faced out across the sea in silent tribute to the naval power that built them. As a group they coalesce to form an impressively romantic skyline and they bequeathed an identity and style to the city that is unique to Mumbai.

 

Finally take Veer Nariman Road (the former Churchgate Street) down to Marine Drive to enjoy a fantastic view of the Art Deco Skyline that has become an identity of Mumbai the world over.

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Cycle tour

 

Raconteur walks Mumbai presents "A BOMBAY HERITAGE CYCLE TOUR" , 19th june 2016 at 8:00 am on a pleasant sunday morning.

Begin this 3 hour journey from Colaba , one of the 7 original island of Bombay and be regaled with stories of Colaba . Meander through the by lanes of the fort area , unravel the story of ' Urbs Prima in Indis ' .                                          

Cycle past some of the most majestic creations of British in India , including the world famous UNESCO World Heritage site  Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus , Neo Classic Flora Fountain , the ever imposing The Asiatic Society of Mumbai, Town Hall , The Culture melting pot of Kala Ghoda, st. thomas cathedral church and the horniman circle.

Route : Gateway Of India  >> Royal Alfred Sailor’s home >> Kala Ghoda circle >>  Flora Fountain >> CST>>BMC>>Ballard Estate >> Town Hall /Asiatic Society’s Library>> Horniman Circle >> St. Thomas Cathedral  >> Gate way of India

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Dhobhi Ghat

Known as the worlds’ largest outdoor laundry, Dhobi Ghat is where Mumbai's traditional dhobhis (washermen) wash dirty laundry and return it neatly pressed - all for a very small fee. Dhobhi Ghat came into existence in 1890. Here 731 dhobhis and their families work together to keep their ancestral heritage alive. It is said that the dhobhis wash 1500 articles of clothes everyday and iron 750 clothes a day. Dhobhi Ghat is unique only to Mumbai. Our personalized tours inside the dhobhi Ghat aim to give people a better understanding of dhobhis, their work and their lives.

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Dhobi Ghat Tour

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19 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, 21 Oct 2018, and more
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EXIM Heritage Walk 2018

A beautiful heritage walk through the days of the Raj, this tour covers all the popular and important heritage and historic sites of Mumbai including, Gateway of India, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, BMC building, Flora Fountain, University and High Court and Kala Ghoda.

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Explore Mumbai Discover Bombay

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5 Hours
INR 4,725
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Explore Mumbai, Discover Bombay!!

Itinerary : Dhobhi Ghat + Churchgate Heritage Mile Walk + Dabbawalla + Lunch  + Bandra Queen of Suburbs + Mani Bhavan  

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Footsteps to Freedom, Independence Day Walk Tour

There is no one single movement that can be described as being responsible for the freedom of India. From the very violent Revolt of 1857 to the enlightened years of the Reform Movement and the revolutionary attempts by Bhagat Singh to the principles of ‘Ahimsa’ (non –violence) and passive resistance – all these coupled together gave India her freedom from almost 300 years of British rule.


On this walk tour we visit some of the spots in Mumbai that played a role in the Indian freedom struggle. Be regaled with stories from incidents related to the Revolt of 1857 to many of Mahatma Gandhi’s most famous movements , the life, times and works of the extremist Tilak . This tour showcases Mumbai’s role in India’s freedom struggle.

Starting point:  Entrance of August Kranti Maidan, next to Gokuldas Tejpal Hall. (Google map link)

 

Please feel free to contact +91 9769187580 in case of queries .

 

 

 

 

 

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Full Day City Tour

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8 Hours
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Full Day Tour

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Full Day Tour (Spc)

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Full Day Tour- pick up beyond Worli

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19 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, 21 Oct 2018, and more
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Half Day City Tour

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Half Day City Tour- Pick up beyond Worli

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Inter-Faith Tour

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2.5 Hours
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MUMBAI MONSOON HERITAGE CARNIVAL

#MUMBAI MONSOON HERITAGE CARNIVAL- Pay what you want.

Registration fees: Rs. 150 per person.

29th July 2017

04:00 PM

Footsteps to Freedom, Mumbai in the Independence struggle Walk(Partly in Gamdevi partly in the fort)

On this tour we visit many of the spots in Mumbai that played a role in the Indian freedom struggle and be regaled with stories from incidents related to the Revolt of 1857. Places you will see - August Kranti Maidan, Mani Bhuvan, Chowpatty Beach, Indian Navy mutiny, High court, Town Hall and Gateway of India.

 

The start point of the walk is August Kranti Maidan, Nanachowk side. 

https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/August+Kranti+Maidan+Bus+Station/@18.96281,72.810361,21z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x3be7ce0ca70328a1:0x6ffd8edca3085dc6

 

Inclusion: Water bottle

 

Places covered on the walk - (August Kranti Maidan, Mani Bhuvan, Chowpatty Beach, Indian Navy mutiny, High court, Town Hall and Gateway of India)

 

Things to carry: Comfortable clothes and Comfortable footwear as it includes walking. Government authorized identification card, Aadhar card/ Passport. Umbrella or raincoat to keep yourself safe from rain.

 

Akshay Dave: mumbai@raconteurtours.com

                       +91 9769187580

 

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11TH July 2017

04:00 PM

Churchgate and Heritage Mile Walk (Fort Area)

This walk takes you into the heart of the old ‘Fort’ where you will explore the ‘White Town’ or the European half of the old town that existed within the Fort walls. Know more about Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, walk down D.N.Road, see Flora Fountain, Kala Ghoda, Oval Maidan University Building, High Court building, the old PWD building and Telegraph Department, Veer Nariman Road and finally walk down to Marine Drive to enjoy a fantastic view of the Art Deco Skyline that has become an identity of Mumbai the world over.

 

The meeting point of the walk is McDonald's, near Capitol Cinema, Opp CST station.

Below is the google maps link for McDonalds opposite CST Station :

https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/McDonald's/@18.9382392,72.8339334,18.25z/data=!4m8!1m2!2m1!1smcdonalds!3m4!1s0x3be7d1d9378301f3:0x17f7ca171981548!8m2!3d18.938925!4d72.834526

 

Places covered on the walk - (Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, D.N.Road,  Flora Fountain, Kala Ghoda, Oval Maidan University Building, High Court building, the old PWD building and Telegraph Department, Veer Nariman Road and Marine Drive)

 

Things to carry : Comfortable clothes and Comfortable footwear as it includes walking.  Government authorized identification card, Aadhar card/ Passport. Umbrella or raincoat to keep yourself safe from rain.

 

Registration charges: Rs. 150 per person.

 

Contact : Akshay Dave mumbai@raconteurtours.com

               +91 9769187580

 

 

 

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13TH July 2017

04:00 PM

Churchgate and Heritage Mile Walk (Fort Area)

This walk takes you into the heart of the old ‘Fort’ where you will explore the ‘White Town’ or the European half of the old town that existed within the Fort walls. Know more about Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, walk down D.N.Road, see Flora Fountain, Kala Ghoda, Oval Maidan University Building, High Court building, the old PWD building and Telegraph Department, Veer Nariman Road and finally walk down to Marine Drive to enjoy a fantastic view of the Art Deco Skyline that has become an identity of Mumbai the world over.

The meeting point of the walk is McDonald's, near Capitol Cinema, Opp CST station.

Below is the google maps link for McDonalds opposite CST Station :

https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/McDonald's/@18.9382392,72.8339334,18.25z/data=!4m8!1m2!2m1!1smcdonalds!3m4!1s0x3be7d1d9378301f3:0x17f7ca171981548!8m2!3d18.938925!4d72.834526

 

Places covered on the walk - (Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, D.N.Road,  Flora Fountain, Kala Ghoda, Oval Maidan University Building, High Court building, the old PWD building and Telegraph Department, Veer Nariman Road and Marine Drive)

 

Things to carry: Comfortable clothes and Comfortable footwear as it includes walking. Government authorized identification card, Aadhar card/ Passport. Umbrella or raincoat to keep yourself safe from rain.

 

Contact: Akshay Dave mumbai@raconteurtours.com   +91 9769187580

 

Registration fees: Rs 150 per person

Inclusion: water bottle

 

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19TH July 2017

 

04:00 PM

 

Malabar Hill Mayfair of Mumbai Walk

 

Welcome to the Mayfair of Mumbai, India's most posh residential locality, Malabar Hill, steeped in Indian culture and mythology. Breathe in an exquisite view of the Mumbai skyline while standing on the famous Chowpatty beach, visit Banganga tank, Jain temple at ‘teen batti’, Walkeshwar and at the Kamla Nehru Park and Hanging Gardens get a beautiful aerial view of the Marine Drive.

 

The meeting point of the Malabar Hill walk is Raj Bhavan , next to Banganga Tank.

 

Duration of the Walk 2-3 hours

 

Please find below google map link :

 

https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/1/edit?hl=en&authuser=1&mid=zrjwfezzKs9Q.kBpUHrTzwARI

 

 

 

Places covered on the walk - (Chowpatty beach, visit Banganga tank, Jain temple at ‘teen batti’, Walkeshwar, Kamla Nehru Park and Hanging Gardens)

 

 

 

Things to see: Comfortable clothes and Comfortable footwear as it includes walking. Government authorized identification card, Aadhar card/ Passport. Umbrella or raincoat to keep yourself safe from rain.

 

Inclusion: Water bottle

 

Registration fees: Rs 150 per person

 

Contact: Akshay dave mumbai@raconteurtours.com

+91 9769187580

 

 

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Apollo Gate and Front Bay Walk (Fort Area)

 

This tour covers the northern part of the old ‘Fort’. This was the area where the first signs of habitation were seen on the island of Bombay. The walk begins at Ballard Estate business district then moves on to Town Hall which houses the Asiatic Society Library of Mumbai. Know more about the Horniman Circle Garden, Flora Fountain circle, old Indian Naval Dockyard Finally end the walk at Gateway of India and the now legendary Taj Mahal Hotel.

 

The walk starts at the green gate/ indira gate in the Ballard Estate business district of Mumbai directly ahead of the Customs House and Mumbai Port Trust office buildings.

The following google map link will show you the exact start point of the walk. 

https://maps.google.co.in/maps/ms?msid=209336424722655179376.0004c1df511ba572692dd&msa=0

 

Places covered on the walk - (Horniman Circle Garden, Flora Fountain circle, old Indian Naval Dockyard, Gateway of India, Taj Mahal Hotel)

 

Inclusion: Water bottle

 

Things to carry : Comfortable clothes and Comfortable footwear as it includes walking.

Government authorized identification card, Aadhar card/ Passport.

Umbrella or raincoat to keep yourself safe from rain.

 

Registration charges: Rs 150 per person

 

Contact: Akshay Dave mumbai@raconteurtours.com

+91 9769187580

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Banganga

Malabar Hill, The Mayfair of Mumbai Walk

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19 Oct 2018, 19 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, and more
2 Hours
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Modified Fort Walk

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19 Oct 2018, 19 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, and more
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Modified Fort Walk Tour

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19 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, 21 Oct 2018, and more
3 Hours
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Mumbai Experience 2019 - Classic Mumbai

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01 Feb 2019, 02 Feb 2019, 03 Feb 2019, and more
4 Hours
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Mumbai Experiences 2019 - The Parsi Legacy of Mumbai

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01 Feb 2019, 02 Feb 2019, 03 Feb 2019, and more
4 Hours 30 Minutes
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Mumbai Experiences 2019- Bazaars

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01 Feb 2019, 02 Feb 2019, 03 Feb 2019, and more
4 Hours 30 Minutes
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Mumbai Monsoon Heritage Carnival

#MUMBAI MONSOON HERITAGE CARNIVAL- Pay what you want.

Registration fees: Rs. 150 per person

30th July 2017

07:00 am

Cycle Tour of Bombay

A short tour within the historic fort area of Mumbai for the adventurous bicycle lovers and fitness fanatics. Begin at the Gateway of India, cycle down and see the old Town Hall building, Ballard Estate, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Railway Station, Flora Fountain, Kala Ghoda and Colaba Causeway

 

Start point: Kailash Parbat Hindu Hotel , 5, 1st Pasta Ln, Badhwar Park, Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400005

Google Map Link :  https://www.google.co.in/maps/dir/''/5,+1st+Pasta+Ln,+Badhwar+Park,+Apollo+Bandar,+Colaba,+Mumbai,+Maharashtra+400005/@18.918984,72.8268101,18z/data=!4m8!4m7!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x3be7d1955620f1d5:0x7e4a6aaabb7dcc85!2m2!1d72.8279071!2d18.9189971

 

Inclusions: Water bottle, cycles, helmet.

 

Places covered on the walk - (Gateway of India, cycle down and see the old Town Hall building, Ballard Estate, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Railway Station, Flora Fountain, Kala Ghoda and Colaba Causeway)

 

Things to carry: Comfortable clothes as it includes cycling. Government authorized identification card, Aadhar card/ Passport. Umbrella or raincoat to keep yourself safe from rain.

Registration fees: Rs. 150 per person

Contact person: Akshay Dave mumbai@raconteurtours.com

                         +91 9769187580

 

 

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STB- Apollo Gate Tour

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2 Hours 30 Minutes
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The Apollo Gate and Front Bay Walk

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19 Oct 2018, 19 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, and more
2 Hours 30 Minutes
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The Bollywood Experience

We are often asked what comes to mind when we think of Bollywood and we say – a hero who puts Batman and Superman, to shame, a heroine who behaves like she is the modern day Cleopatra, dancing around trees, action, comedy, romance and a whole lot of drama. And what gives you the perfectly flavoured Bollywood Masala movie. Welcome to Mumbai – the hub of Indian cinema and home to the largest film industry in the world. This tour will let you experience a movie shoot first –hand, replete with the glamorous stars, the starry eyed fans, the larger than life sets and the catty paparazzi. It also includes a behind the scenes visit to the campus of one of the leading acting schools in Mumbai and a Bollywood Dance workshop.
Learn to act Bollywood side from a local acting teacher and finally shake those hips to a choreographed Bollywood dance while being guided by a professional dance choreographer.

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20 Oct 2018, 21 Oct 2018, 22 Oct 2018, and more
9 Hours
INR 8,300
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The Building Blocks of Bombay- Architecture Walk

Start point: The Asiatic Society Mumbai Town Hall.  Outside Asiatic Library, Entrance (Stairs), Fort, Mumbai.

An eclectic and heady mesh of spires, turrets, minarets and domes interspersed with the ubiquitous flat roofs of matchbox buildings, the skyline of colonial Bombay is both an architect's and historian's delight. Tracing the developments of various architectural styles during a section of the colonial period from the 1830s till independence: serene, white neo-Classical columns, majestic, sky-clasping Gothic spires proclaiming the height of Empire, hybrid, native architecture oriented Gothic-Saracenic facades and the smooth rectangular delineations of Art Deco the architecture of anti-colonial sentiment the tour also highlights the developments in land reclamation and the trajectory of urban planning that made the erection of these monumental, hallmark edifices possible.

Starting with the Town Hall which houses the Asiatic Society Library of Bombay, the Horniman Circle gardens and the arresting arcaded facades surrounding this circle in a manner reminiscent of Bath’s Royal Crescent, walk down to the Flora Fountain statue to get a glimpse of the unique Gothic cum neo-Classic ode to the Roman goddess of spring. Continue to the Bombay University buildings– one of the earliest Gothic structures in Bombay and a fine specimen of Venetian Gothic architecture, with its exterior, spiral staircases and colonnaded verandahs resembling the Palazzo Ducale, Venice. The mammoth Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus, a UNESCO World Heritage site designed by F.W. Stevens, needs no introduction. Across the road from CST, the Bombay Municipal Corporation building, a Gothic structure incorporating Indo-Saracenic elements such as minarets and a dome inspired by Gol Gumbaz in Bijapur looms large. End with a view of Metro Cinema, a swanky Art Deco structure– clean rectangular lines and balconies curving at the corners– a veritable mecca for celluloid dreams since the late 1930s.

 

 

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20 Oct 2018, 21 Oct 2018, 22 Oct 2018, and more
3 Hours 30 Minutes
INR 2,000
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Churchgate

The Churchgate and Heritage Mile Walk

This walk takes you into the heart of the old ‘Fort’. Explore the ‘White Town’ or the European half of the old town that existed within the Fort walls.
Join this historical excursion that takes you into the heart of the Old Fort area as you learn about the city’s past. You’ll walk along Mumbai’s Heritage Mile and see Churchgate as well.

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19 Oct 2018, 19 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, and more
2 Hours 30 Minutes
INR 1,500
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The Parsi Legacy of Mumbai

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19 Oct 2018, 19 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, and more
2 Hours
INR 1,500
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Tour de Bombay Cycle Tour

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On request
3 Hours 30 Minutes
INR 799
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VVVIP Tour

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8 Hours
INR 5,500
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VVVIP Tour 2

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8 Hours
INR 2,500
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Weigh Anchor : The Mumbai Sailing Tour

Ahoy there, weigh the anchor, hoist the mainsail!

The water shining like a diamond and a crisp sea breeze blowing through your hair. Relive the romance of the ‘Age of Sail’ on an experience in one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world. So come all ye’ landlubbers on a nautical journey around Mumbai.

On this  1 hour 30 minutes experience come aboard a sea bird class sailboat and navigate out of the Anchorage through the Mumbai harbour while being regaled with stories of her history. Once considered a virtually non -relevant body of water on the coastline of India, it was the British East India Company that knew its value and importance and took it on
lease from King Charles II and began its conversion into one of the most important assets of the company. Sail past Middle Ground and Oyster Rock and then swing around the Sunk Rock Lighthouse while
making your way back to the anchorage!
 

Terms 

 

  • Please note : After making the bookings  , guests should submit a scanned copy of Proof of Identity and address for security purpose   .

 

  • Also they must bring originals of the copy submitted on day of tour for verifcation by officials before boarding.

 

  • Signing of Indemnity form on day of tour .

 

  • On non compliance with any of the rules mentioned above , guests will not be allowed to board .

Please find below documents to be submitted

  • Passport copy or Aadhar Card or Driving License​

Start point : Opp Hotel Taj Mahal Palace 's Main gate , Colaba

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19 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, 20 Oct 2018, and more
1 Hour 30 Minutes
INR 3,000
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