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MUMBAI SHOPPERS SPECIAL

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5 or 7 Nights
Availability : Book by 21 January 2019 Travel dates: 07 January 2019 -30 November 2019
MUMBAI
Max People : 20

MUMBAI

The largest and most cosmopolitan city in India, a holiday in Mumbai is an experience in contrasts, from the glitz and glamour of Bollywood to the terrible poverty of its beggars, from the Gothic splendour of colonialism, to the ornate beauty of Indian architecture, from the palaces and temples that inspire, to the smog, garbage and throngs that hamper the experience. There is nothing dull or tired about Mumbai, and simply soaking up the atmosphere in the streets is sufficient to open the mind and the heart to what this fascinating country is all about.

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A holiday in Mumbai is not for the faint-hearted because the sheer size and scope of this city is daunting. Globetrotters who revel in people-watching, and those who enjoy shopping for bargains in chaotic markets are good candidates for a Mumbai holiday. Those keen to party will find that Mumbai has the best nightlife of India’s cities. Tourists tend to gravitate first and foremost to the Colaba district, on the southernmost peninsula of the city, for the good hotels and restaurants, and the landmark Gateway to India.

MUMBAI SHOPPERS SPECIAL

Book by 21 January 2019
Travel dates: 07 January 2019 -30 November 2019
(low season only) excludes school holidays, public holidays, weekends | seasonal surcharges apply | subject to availability

INCLUDES

Return airfare from Johannesburg with taxes
Share twin accommodation with breakfast at selected hotels
Return airport transfers
Half day city tour

EXCLUDES

Visa
Travel insurance
Items of a personal nature
Any services not mentioned above

5 nights option

HOTEL

PRICE PP

Hotel Ginger (Budget)

R       11 583

The Emerald (3*)

 R       12 917

Comfort Inn Heritage (3*)

 R       12 917

Ramee Guest line (4*)

R       13 251

The Fariyas (4*)

R       13 667

The Lalit (5*)

R       14 585

Vivanta by Taj President (5*)

R       15 752

Trident Nariman Point (5*)

R       17 753

7 nights option

HOTEL PRICE PP
Hotel Ginger (Budget) R       12 484
The Emerald (3*)  R       14 334
Comfort Inn Heritage (3*)  R       14 334
Ramee Guest line (4*) R       14 835
The Fariyas (4*) R       15 252
The Lalit (5*) R       16 752
Vivanta by Taj President (5*) R       17 920
Trident Nariman Point (5*) R       20 921

OPTIONAL TOURS

Visit to the Gateway of India and Elephanta Island. The Gateway of India, Mumbai’s most striking monument, is an imposing arch in the Indo-Saracenic style with Gujarati and Islamic elements. It was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911. Near the Gateway is a statue of Shivaji, the 17th-century founder of the independent Hindu Kingdom of Maharashtra. An hour’s boat-ride, 6 miles across the Arabian Sea from Gateway, is the small but celebrated island of Elephanta, famous for its Elephanta Cave Temples. Carved into the island’s solid stone, the base relief carvings are magnificent. The Portuguese renamed this island Elephanta after a large stone elephant found near the shore.

Elephanta caves cost 

Per Person Cost for Adult

Cost for Per Person (Based on minimum 02 Paying pax)

R1100 Per Person

INCLUDES:

  • Transport services by 01 Air-conditioned Vehicle.
  • English speaking guide for sightseeing
  • Boat ride (ferry ride) to Elephanta Caves and back.
  • All currently applicable taxes including service tax.

 DOES NOT INCLUDE:

  • Expense of personal nature like tipping, laundry, telephone / fax calls, alcoholic beverages, camera/video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses etc

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