Morning greet you at your originated point then followed by guided city tour to visit Gateway of India - an architectural marvel that scores over other buildings in Mumbai. Having advantages of both location and architectural construction, it shines every morning with morning sun of Mumbai. Further an excursion by ferry from Gateway to Elephanta caves - have been carved out of rock and have also been given the recognition of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Known in ancient times as Gharapuri, the present name Elephanta, was given by 17th century Portuguese explorers, after seeing a monolithic basalt sculpture of an elephant found here near the entrance. They decided to take it home but ended up dropping it into the sea because their chains were not strong enough.
On your return back from elephant guided tour to visit the Crawford Market - an architectural marvel in Mumbai and a shopper's paradise, the Afghan Church in Colaba - Its a tribute to a Soldier died in a Afghan Sindh war, an old Monument and Mumbai heritage made of beautiful art works on glass and Some lovely Sculptures and the Prince of Wales Museum - is one of the best-known Museums of the Country. This magnificent heritage building, situated on the famous 'Crescent Site' on the way to the Gateway of India, is a landmark of south Mumbai. Architecturally it is an exquisite example of the Indo - Saracenic style, popular in India during the early part of this century.
Drop at your orginated point.
Bon Voyage !