Gateway of India:It is a must explore spot during the trip to Mumbai. Situated at a distance of 8km from Haji Ali Dargah, gateway of India is standing with an elevation of 26m and has intricate latticework that allures the domestic as well as foreign travelers from wide and far. Moreover, the locals visit this place in the evening to relish the cool breeze away from the daily life.
One of the famous and most admired places of Mumbai, Marine Drive is also called by the name of Queen's necklace. There are many street food joints where visitors can relish having their favorite food to make their visit worthy and commendable.
Offering more than 40 adventurous rides and appeals, Essel World is the idyllic place to spend some time with the dear ones for a day vacation.
Mahakali Caves: Positioned amid Borivali National Park and Aarey Milk Colony, Haji Ali Dargah also dubbed as Kondivita caves constructed during 1st century BCE to 6th century BCE.
Juhu Beach: Among the famed beaches of India, Juhu Beach is the destination where one can have a glance at the houses of Bollywood stars. Moreover, Travelers can relish many things like dancing monkeys, donkey rides, cricket matches and many more
Siddhivinayak Temple: Dating back to 18th century, Siddhivinayak Temple is addressed to Lord shri Ganesh. It is erected by Deubai Patil and Laxman Vithu in the year 1801
Mani Bhavan: A museum situated at Laburnum Road in the lively city of Mumbai, Mani Bhavan displays various things related to the life of Gandhi such as books, rope bed, framed letters and Charkha. It is said that Gandhi gained knowledge on using chakra here only.