OCTOBER TO FEBRUARY
3500/- INR PER PERSON
Summers in Mumbai at extremely hot. As it falls on tropical coast where there is humid and itchy.
Mumbai witnesses abundant rainfall do to which this is not an ideal time to visit. Mumbai is entirely drenched in water blocked roads makes it difficult to travel.
Just after rainfall it becomes moist and humid in Mumbai. You can still visit during autumn is there slight temperature dip.
There is no cold or freezing winters in Mumbai. Ruding and tourist friendly weather makes it the ideal time to visit Mumbai.
Isle of Bombay, Colaba, Old woman’s Island, mahim, Mazegaon, Parel and Worli are seven islands Bombay is comprised of. Mumbai was amalgamated of these seven islands.
Mumbai is not just a well-connected city when we talk about our country; it is also globally connected in terms of the world. Mumbai is a Global city or an Alpha World city that acts as a primary connection for the global economic network.
An aesthetic bridge linking worli and bandra it is a delight to eyes. Crossing over Arabian sea it is a modern day technology cables standing through water.
Their management system is so unique and perfect that now Management students study them and their order in their texts. The Dabbawalas are the hardworking tiffin service network in this city, delivering tiffins on time to every person in Mumbai.
Mumbai is famous for it’s local trains. Entire city is very well connected with local railway line. Half of the Mumbai travel daily in locals.
Government buses operate 24*7 in city. Even day tour buses and double decker buses are a must to ride on.
Ola and Uber are easily available. Mumbai traffic is such that it takes time to reach from one place to another.
An economical and easy way to explore this most populous city in India.
Marathi is the native language. Hindi and English are two well known languages of city.
48.09% crime rate is moderate in the city.
89.22% is the literacy rate for city.
20,961,472 is the most populous city of nation.