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Day 1 – Mumbai ( Bombay)

Arrive in Mumbai. On arrival in Mumbai you will be met and transferred to Hotel. In Bombay you will be visiting all the must-see places on any traveler’s itinerary as below:

The Gateway of India

Built in the Indo-saracenic style, the Gateway of India is meant to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay. The last British troops to leave India, the First Battalion of the Somerset Light Infantry, passed through the gate in a ceremony on February 28, 1948.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Victoria Terminus)

The station building designed by Frederick William Stevens built in 1888, is a magnificent and ethereal building designed in the Victorian Gothic style of architecture. Victoria Terminus was designated a UNESCO World heritage site in 2004. The building exhibits a fusion of influences from Victorian Italianate Gothic Revival architecture and traditional Indian architecture.

Elephanta Caves

The Elephanta Caves known as Gharapuri was renamed the Elephanta Island by the Portuguese. It is located in the Mumbai harbour off the coast of Mumbai. In 1987, the caves were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are seven caves of which the most important is the Mahesha-Murti Cave.

Prince of Wales Museum

A stone’s throw from the Gateway of India is the Prince of Wales Museum, a magnificent structure, built in a confluence of Gothic and Moorish styles, and crowned by a sparkling white dome. The museum was designed by George Wittet and has a good collection of ancient Indus Valley artifacts and some priceless Tibetan and Nepali Art. The Prince of Wales Museum was established to commemorate the Crown Prince's visit to Bombay in 1905. Next to the Museum is the Bombay Natural History Society.

Marine Drive and Chowpatty Beach

Marine Drive is a 3 km long stretch along the natural bay of the Arabian Sea. At the northern end of Mumbai Marine drive lies the famous Chowpatty Beach where a wide variety of snacks and tasty food is available to the visitors.
Taj Mahal Holidays
   Taj with bird watching
   Taj with Forts of Rajasthan
   Taj with Kashmir
   Taj with Heritage tour of Rajasthan
   Taj with footsteps of Buddha
   Taj with Backwaters & houseboat
   Taj with Sacred Ganges
   Taj with Tiger
   Taj with Erotic Khajuraho
   Taj with Other heritage sites
   Taj with Pushkar
   Taj with Romantic Kerala
   Taj with Goa
   Taj with Mumbai
   Taj with Kaziranga
   Taj with Ancestral roots
   Taj with Mathura & Vrindavan
   Taj with Golden Temple
   Taj Mahal with Hampi
   Taj Mahal with Varanasi
  Taj mahal with wedding
Distances From Agra
Taj Mahal Tours
   Delhi (203 km)
   Khajuraho (393 km)
   Lucknow (363 km)
   Sikandra (10 km)
   Varanasi (577 km)
   Mathura-Vrindavan (58 km)
   Gwalior (118 km)
   Jaipur (232 km)
   Same day Trip to Agra by Train
   Same day Trip to Agra by Car


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