Dharavi Small-Group Tour in Mumbai with Optional Add-ons
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Stop At: Dharavi, Mumbai India
Come visit Dharavi, the city within a city and Asia's largest slum. The area is an industrial hub and is home to nearly a million of Mumbai's residents.
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Reality Tours and Travel, Mumbai 400 039 India
The tour will end at our office in Dharavi where guests can enjoy a soft drink and learn more about how funds are re-invested back into the community.
Duration: 20 minutes
- Transport by air-conditioned vehicle (if option selected)
- Local guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Train fare
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Out of respect for its residents, no photography is permitted while in the Dharavi slum
- A minimum number of 2 travelers is required for this tour to operate. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
- A minimum number of 2 travelers is required to book this tour with transportation
- Please note that dress codes are conservative throughout India; modest and respectful clothing that covers the shoulders and knees is required
- A significant portion of the proceeds from your local tour operator goes back into the local community to support a variety of projects on education, health and livelihood
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 2 travelers
This tour was the absolute highlight of our Mumbai visit. The guide from reality tours was fantastic, took time to explain Govt policy on slums, was considerate and helpful with my wifes slight disability , all in all a most informative ,educational expierience. Would highly recomend this tour for all from 8 to 80.
Swathi was our guide, she weaved a tale of the people of Dharavi, India, and her family as easily as she weaved us in and out of the alley ways of Dharavi. If you want to understand the migrations inside and outside of India, how the country, the people, and the economy work, and perhaps where some of your favourite Bombay snacks come from this tour is right up your alley so to speak.