Mumbai GOA Tour

Duration : 08 Days - 07 Nights (Depending on flight times)
Destinations : Mumbai - Goa - Mumbai

Day 01: Mumbai
After breakfast t you will be driven on Jaipur domestic airport t catch your flight to Mumbai On Arrival in Mumbai you will be meet at the airport by your driver who will take you to your chosen accommodation to enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure.

Day 02: Mumbai Slum Tour
After breakfast you will be picked up and taken on a cultural tour of Mumbai, this will include the following: DHOBI GHAT AT MAHALAXMI: See the dhobiwallahs, or washermen, scrubbing sheets from Mumbai's largest hospitals and hotels at this busy outdoor laundry area. KAMATHIPURA (RED LIGHT AREA)
Talked about only in hushed tones, the Kamathipura district has been the subject of countless films, literary projects and art pieces. A visit to this area (while staying inside the vehicle) speaks for itself. COMMUNITY CENTRE
: The Community Centre, supported by funds from the tour, provides education in English, computers and other soft skills to the teenagers and young adults of Dharavi. Other activities take place here such as a library, dancing, yoga, and indoor games. Visitors experience what matters most to Reality Tours... the men, women and children that make this dynamic community one of the most vibrant places in Mumbai. RECYCLING AREA: 
Old computers, parts and plastics come from all over the world to Dharavi to be recycled. See the recycling plants in which separation and melting of plastics takes place. ROOFTOP VISIT: 
There is nothing like the view from a Dharavi factory rooftop. The tin hutments that house so many human lives stretch on as far as you can see. You will never forget this view! BISCUIT BAKERY: 
See the tea biscuits eaten all over Mumbai being made hot and fresh at the source! (Note: sometimes the bakery is closed.) POPADDOM MAKING: 
Watch the women of Dharavi make popaddoms, the essential appetizer of any Indian meal, by drying them in the sun on wooden baskets that are turned upside-down. RESIDENT'S HOUSE: 
Gain an understanding of how the incredible people of Dharavi live while visiting our model resident's house. Furthermore we exhibit photographs that were taken by kids from Dharavi participating in our art program. KUMBHARWADA POTTERY COLONY: 
Watch artisans create all types of pots out of unfired, sundried clay. After the tour is complete, you will be returned to you chosen accommodation to enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure.

Day 03: Mumbai by car

After breakfast you will be picked up and taken on a second cultural tour of Mumbai, this will include the following: MAHALAXMI TEMPLE: 
This popular Hindu Temple, dedicated to the goddess of wealth, is situated on a headland at the northern edge of Malabar Hill. The narrow street leading to the temple are lined with stalls selling offerings of marigolds, lotus flowers and coconuts. HAJI ALI MOSQUE: 
This mosque is located at the end of a long causeway protruding into the sea. It is the tomb of Saint Haji Ali, a wealthy Muslim who renounced the world and proceeded to Mecca. It is said that he died in Mecca and the casket miraculously drifted to the spot where the mosque was later built in his honor. BANGANGA TANK: 
The water from this famous tank, originally built in 1127 and surrounded by Hindu temples, is believed to have special healing powers. Rumor has it that its spring comes from the holy Ganges river. JAIN TEMPLE: 
This is considered one of the most beautiful, intricately decorated temples in the city. Jainism, an Indian religion, prizes peacefulness and non-violence above all. KAMALA NEHRU PARK
Visit one of Mumbai's greenest and most peaceful areas on top of Malabar Hill. You won't believe the extraordinary view out over Marine Drive and the Arabian Sea! GANDHI MUSEUM: 
Mahatma Gandhi's residence in Bombay between 1917-34 has been converted into a museum, which displays pictures, models and books related to his life. The room on the second floor, which used to be the living room and working place of Gandhi has been preserved best as possible. After the tour is complete, you will be returned to you chosen accommodation to enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure.

Day 04: Mumbai to Goa (Flight departure 11:15, arrival 12:30 "Subject to change", via Mumbai 3hrs stop over)
After breakfast you will be transferred on to Mumbai national airport where you will catch your flight to Goa. On arrival you will be collected and transferred to the Kenilworth. On arrival you will be checked in and left to enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure

Info on old Goa:
From the sixteenth to eighteenth century, Old Goa (Ela) served as the colonial capital of Portuguese-India and was one of the richest cities anywhere in Asia, with a population exceeding that of both Lisbon and London. While repeated cholera and malaria outbreaks eventually forced the capital to be moved to Panaji in 1843, the old, atmospheric churches, cathedrals and convents of Old Goa remain largely intact. All the sites of Old Goa can be reached by foot, but give yourself at least a half-day to soak up the history and the atmosphere. Old Goa highlights include the Basilica of Bom Jesus, where the remains of Francis Xaviar, patron saint of Goa, are kept. Another must-see attraction is St. Catherine's Cathedral (Sé Cathedral), the largest church of those in Old Goa.

The restaurant Zeebop on the beach nea the hotel is highly recommended The Hotel spa offers great massages etc, check out their promotional deals on arrival

Markets: Mapusa Fridays
One of the few remaining authentic bazaars left in Goa. Women from the neighboring villages convene here early every Friday morning to fight for space, squatting under beaten hand-held umbrella to sell their wares. Everything and anything is sold here for dried fish, spices, jack fruit, plantain bananas to homemade pickles and preserves, spices, earthen pots, coir mats, and the famous home-cured Goan sausage, the local chorizo. If you are lucky you may also find some antique curios. The market shuts down shortly after sunset, so get there early!

Markets: Arpora Saturday Night This sprawling market is located in Arpora and transpires every Saturday evening from 6pm until late night. Here, one may find everything from archetypical Indian stalls selling spices, teas, Kashmiri carpets and silver jewelry to international designers who convene from all over the word to sell their unique creations, many of which may be found only here. This market also houses food stalls featuring cuisines from across the globe, and the center stage that hosts live concerts featuring Rock to Indian Classical. Further up the hill, is "The Boutique House Bar" that serves delightful cocktails (try the fresh strawberry Daiquiri) while DJs play late into the night. As an alternative to the sweltering Wednesday afternoon flea market, the Saturday Night Market makes the most of the pleasant Goan evenings. With meandering lanes upon lanes of kiosks snaking through this vast open field selling everything from apples to hand-made leather belts, jewelry, carpets, apparel and much more, the Saturday Night Market has something for everyone. To map this sprawling market, it may be convenient to divide it into 3 main areas: - The Lower Field of kiosks, featuring hoards of local Indian merchants selling exotic lures such as Pashminas, carpets, spices, affordable clothes, hammocks, embroidered cushions and more, as well as several international designer and kiosks selling fashionable apparel, accessories, bags, belts and other exciting grabs. - The Central Field at the heart of the market featuring the central concert stage, beer, spirit & wine bars & food stalls with several of Goa's popular restaurants as well as individual proprietor offering gastronomic indulges from chocolates fountains, sushi, gyros and more. - The Upper Field: rising up the small hillock towards the rear of the market, features popular kiosks of international designers, a few local merchants and the Boutique House Bar at the top right that serves fresh fruit cocktails, live DJ sets & a magic Tequila cocktail stand!

Day 05: Goa (No Car)
In Goa the Hotel can call you a Taxi and you can discuss the price with him, according to you wishes for that day

Day 06: Goa (No Car)
AIn Goa the Hotel can call you a Taxi and you can discuss the price with him, according to you wishes for that day

Day 07: Goa (No Car)
In Goa the Hotel can call you a Taxi and you can discuss the price with him, according to you wishes for that day

Day 08:Goa to Mumbai (Flight departure 13:00, arrival 14:20 "Subject to change")
IAfter a relaxing breakfast you will be transferred to Goa airport where you will catch your flight to Delhi. What happens on arrival will depend on you international flight details.





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