Mumbai city highlights tours include top sites such as the Gateway of India, the Victoria Terminus, Mani Bhavan (the Gandhi Museum), Jain Temple and the Prince of Wales Museum.
We arrived in Mumbai to find it affected by a smelly industrial smog. Getting in and out of the port involved showing passes 3 or 4 times - even on an organised coach trip. Mumbai itself was 'interesting' but is probably no more the real India than London is the real England. The 2 hour coach ride could do no more than give a snapshot of the city.
Provider: Azamara Club Cruises
Just brilliant but the street beggars made shopping a guilty pleasure but a city that should not be missed no matter your feelings.
Provider: P&O Cruises
Very good tour. A huge amount to see. Unfortunately we were late berthing so the tour was a little rushed to fit everything in, but the guide was very good and gave us a lot of information on the city.
Provider: Cruise & Maritime Voyages
Two private tours run by a local young man, to koliwada and dharavi. Excellent service. Highly recommend this young local man
Provider: Independent Operator
We went with "Mumbai on the move" and had a trip on the train together with the dabba-wallahs delivering lunch-boxes to offices in the city.
Provider: Royal Caribbean International
At sea days
Great over view, lucky to be there on a Sunday, not much traffic
Provider: Seabourn Cruise Line