Have you ever seen India's biggest cosmopolitan city in the early morning? Experience Mumbai in the early morning by the seat of your bike, before the crowds fill the streets. Join us on our eco-friendly Bicycle tour with a careful, practised guide. Cycling is a perfect way to experience Mumbai's highlights.Enjoy the serene atmosphere and cool weather in the morning hours!
Come and try and enjoy a nice exercise!
-Gateway of India -Built to welcome King George V and Queen Mary into India
-Taj Mahal Palace Hotel
-The University Building-- British heritage building built in 1857
-Rajabai Clock Towers- Big Ben of India
-Oval Cricket Ground-Place where we play the most beloved sport of India
-Bombay High Court-Beautiful British Heritage Building
-Flora Fountain & Hutatma Chowk
-Victoria Terminus Train Station (CST) - UNESCO World Heritage Site
-Muncipality Building - Another marvelleous Colonial building
-Crawford Market-Oldest market of Mumbai inside a british building
-Sasson Dock(Largest fish market)
Also includes drive past many British Heritage Buildings like Prince of Wales Museum, Maharashtra Police Headquarters, Flora Fountain & Hutatma Chowk, Telegraph Office, India Post Office Building, Kala Ghoda Area, David Sasoon's Library, National Gallery of Modern Art
The tour starts in the early morning and goes through Mumbai. Don’t worry, the guide will choose the calmest roads and the morning time is before the traffic jams and the day’s heat, and the bikes are quite comfortable. Helmets are also available on request.
First, ride through the back streets of the fort area, a business district in the heart of the city from the 18th century. After, cycle to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, one of India’s busiest railway stations, and evaluate its breathtaking look. You may have seen this amazing building, under the protection of UNESCO, in the movie Slumdog Millionaire.
The next point of the tour is Crawford Market, where you will climb off of the bikes and have a look inside. Founded in 1871, Crawford Market embodies Gothic and Romanesque architectural style. Travelers come here to buy ripe vegetables, fresh meat, delicious imported cheese, homemade chocolate and many other goods. Then, climb back on your bikes and ride through the Kalbadevi and Bhuleshwar bazaars and stop at Bombay Panjrapole, where more than 350 cows and other animals live.
Visit the Mumbadevi Temple, where you'll learn about India's most popular religion, Hinduism, and get explanations concerning a huge number of Hindu gods. Take a nice stroll near the temple through Mumbai’s flower alley.
Finally, the famous coastal promenade bordering the Arabian Sea, the Marine Drive, awaits. Your guide bets you will remember this peaceful view for the rest of life.
The bike tour ends with Beautiful Memory
-Bycycle rental cost
-Bottle of Water
-Hotel Pick up and drop off
Food and drinks,unless specified