Mumbai Darshan Car Tour
Mumbai Shopping Tour
Visit top shopping market of Mumbai such as
- Zaveri Bazaar – Zaveri Bazar or Mumbadevi market is further ahead of the Crawford and is probably the country’s biggest jewelry market. It controls about 60% of India’s gold trade, apart from diamond and silver stores that contribute a considerable chunk too. As a first timer, you will be taken aback by the size of the store and the value of goods each of them carries – it can happen only in Mumbai.
- Chor Bazar – Chor bazar, which dates back to British ruled India, is one of the busiest and noisiest markets, hence the name ‘Shor Bazar.’ Over time, because the English couldn’t say ‘shor,’ it became ‘Chor.’ With cramped streets, dilapidated buildings, and obscure antique stores brimming with objects of yore, the place still retains its old world charm. It has typewriters, brass statues (of all sizes), artifacts (sometimes, stolen), reeled cameras, tape recorders, and other collector’s items even from the relics of pre-independent India.
- Crawford Market – Crawford It’s also one of the oldest markets in the city. One side of the market comprises stores that sell home decor, clothes, accessories, shoes, lingerie, novelty items, etc. The other side has huge Victorian buildings with vast corridors filled with shops that sell fruit, dry fruits, cosmetics, furniture, baking goods, party items, meat, spices, etc. It’s a world in itself, and you’ve got to see it to believe it. But, the hidden treasures are the cosmetic stores that sell beauty products of all ranges at the lowest possible prices.
- Colaba Causeway Market – Colaba Causeway is where the famous ‘Leopold Cafe’ With the Taj Mahal and Gateway of India at a walking distance, the entire stretch is just filled with small vendors that sell mostly junk jewelry – the options and prices are too good to be true. Plus, there are handbags, shoes, watches, sunglasses, dresses, clothes.
- Fashion Street – Fashion Street is probably the oldest and most sought after street shopping places in Mumbai.
Whether you are looking for a pair of expensive-looking-but-inexpensive denims, trousers, sexy footwear, tops or dresses, fashion street offers all that for you.
- Linking Road – Linking road is part of Bandra, which is a hub for shopping, food, pubs, and all things fun.
- Hill Road – Hill road, aka Elco, again a street full of shopping outlets, is also part of Bandra. From designer stores and small boutiques to roadside vendors selling makeup, shoes, junk jewelry, clothes, and everything.
- Hindmata Market – Dadar is always bustling with vendors selling fresh fruits, flowers, vegetables, accessories, and clothes at throwaway prices. Unlike the other markets, the Hindmata market in Dadar specializes in Indian dresses.
- Irla Market – If you are in the suburbs, head to Irla market that is located at the cusp of SV Road, Vile Parle, and Juhu. This place surprises us with just how so many vendors could fit into such a tiny stretch selling apparel, accessories, jewelry, and shoes. Irla market has it all for you.
|Rate||A/C Swift Dzire (PVT)||A/C Innova (PVT)|
|Pax Capacity||2-4 Person||5-7 person|
|Cost Per Vehicle||INR 2,500||INR 3,000|
- Driver Allowance
- Toll Tax and Parking will be Extra
- Any extra expenses incurred towards Food, beverages.
- Any entrance fees.
- GST 5%
- Indigo or Swift Dezire for 2-4 Pax
- Innova Car for 5-7 Pax
- Deposit 25% payment of the package cost at the time of Booking.
- Deposit 50% payment of the package cost, 30 days prior to the departure date.
- Deposit 100% payment of the package cost, 15 days prior to the departure day.
- 10% of full tour cost, 60 days prior to arrival.
- 25% of full tour cost, 30 days prior to arrival.
- 50% of full tour cost, between 15 to 29 days prior to arrival.
- 75% of full tour cost, between 14 to 7 days prior to arrival.
- 100% of full tour cost within 7 days prior to arrival.
- Tour is only for visit shopping places base on 8 hrs.