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Multi-day Tours and Trips from Mumbai

Known as “The City of Dreams” and “The City that Never Sleeps”, Mumbai is one of India’s most vibrant destinations. You could stay a week and still not have scratched the surface.

Sightseeing in Mumbai is an intense experience, so overnight tours offer a welcome respite. As well as exploring the local region, you can venture further afield on multi-day trips from Mumbai. Jaipur, Agra and the Taj Mahal are all on the cards.

2-day trips from Mumbai

Most 2-day tours from Mumbai focus on the city itself, revealing its hidden secrets as well as the must-see landmarks. Both private and group trips are available.

Popular haunts include the Gateway of India and the caves of Elephanta Island. You’ll also take in Chowpatty Beach, the Dhobhi Ghat and the Dharavi slums.

Some multi-day trips from Mumbai whisk you off to the ancient city of Mandu, which is far from the beaten tourist trail. The settlement dates to the 6th century and was the former capital of the Malwa Kingdom. Here, you’ll see mosques and visit Dhar Fort, before checking out the lavish Lalbagh Palace.

It’s also possible to visit the Taj Mahal and Agra on an overnight tour from Mumbai. You’ll fly to Delhi and enjoy private car transfers to the historical sites. The Agra Fort, Mehtab Bagh and some local markets are included on the itinerary, as well as the great marble mausoleum of the Taj.

3-day trips from Mumbai

If you have a bit more time to play with, 3-day trips from Mumbai open the doors to much more of India.

If you wish, you can opt to remain in the city to explore beyond the main tourist sights. Highlights include food-tasting tours and Bollywood-themed excursions. Some trips also stop off at the Kanheri Caves.

Other multi-day tours from Mumbai fly you all the way to Rajasthan, where citadels and markets await your pleasure. Udaipur and Jodhpur are the main events, with the hilltop Monsoon Palace and Mehrangarh Fort stealing the show.

You’ll discover the cities on walking tours and stay overnight in comfortable local accommodation.

For something a bit different, a few road-based trips visit Aurangabad in Maharashtra for UNESCO World Heritage sites and traditional Indian homestay experiences. Hotel accommodation is also available.

On these tours, you’ll explore the Ellora Caves, visit the Daulatabad Fort and see a 17th-century Taj Mahal replica.

4-day trips from Mumbai

On 4-day tours from Mumbai, you can take in all of the above, and much more besides. One of the most popular excursions is the famous Golden Triangle Tour – flights are included in the package.

First up on the agenda is a Delhi city excursion, which takes in the Lotus Temple, Qutub Minar and India Gate. Then it’s on to Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal before continuing to Jaipur. Here, you’ll see the dazzling Amber Palace and the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds).

Some multi-day trips from Mumbai venture as far away as Dharamshala, home of the Dalai Lama. This cultural visit allows you to enter the Dalai Lama Temple Complex and learn about the Tibetan people and their heritage.

You’ll be able to take walks in the mountains, stopping at traditional villages along the way. Churches and waterfalls also feature, and you can taste local foods at the market.