Mumbai (Bombay) trekking information


18° 58' 50.8836" N, 72° 49' 58.9368" E

Mumbai or Bombay is the capital of the India and a state of Maharashtra with an estimated population of 13 million. Mumbai lies on the west coast of India and has a deep natural harbor. It is the most commercial and entertainment centre of India. Mumbai is one of the world’s top 10 centers of commerce in global financial flow. People say that Mumbai is a city which never sleeps. Mumbai is a delightful dilemma for the tourist. Everything here attracts everyone. Mumbai is country’s financial powerhouse and industrial heartland. Mumbai is the most popular city in India. There are many things to do in Mumbai like a long walks on the Chowpatty Beach and enjoy spicy Bhelpuri and travel by local train of Mumbai and experience the flow of the daily life of people.

The major attractions of Mumbai are :

Gateway of India – It is the most famous monument that scores over other buildings. Gateway of India was built to welcome King George V and Queen Marry in a style. It took 13 years to complete.

Elephant Caves – It is just half an hour boat ride situated in the quiet island by the same name. Elephant Caves Island is a home of seven outstanding rock cut caves dated from 4th-9th A.D. 6m high Mahesh murti (statue) is the most striking feature of the cave it is three headed bust of Lord Shiva.

Marine Drive - It is one of the most popular promenades and a preferred sunset watching point.

Siddhivinayak Temple – This temple is devoted to Lord Ganesh of Good Fortune.

Essel World - It is the oldest amusement park in the city which is an international style theme park. Essel World offers 34 thrilling and dazzling rides, games and amusements.

Fantasy Land - It also offers international rides and games.

Water Kingdom – It is located next to Essel world. It is Asia’s largest theme water park. It got world’s biggest wave pool; heart stopping rides n slides, river adventure cruises and much more. It is an ideal gateway for the entire family.

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