Free Walking Tour, MumbaiFree Walking Tour, Mumbai

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    Your tour seems to be very off the path and unknown yet. Got idea to discover Mumbai.
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      Cool article but your description is a bit short! What can we see more precisely in this tour?
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      Yep, you give quite a lot of useful information. Any map of the tour?
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      No pic!!
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      I am not sure: can you confirm me you located it at the starting point? (Oval Maidan opp. Oxford Bookstore)?
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      Yes!
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Welcome to Mumbai's first free walking tour.

My experience, Explo description: 

You have seen it in other countries, mostly Europe, the free walking tour which is completely based on tips, now enjoy the same in India, explore the old town area (Fort and Colaba) during the British Raj and earlier, listen to some never-heard-before stories, facts, live the Mumbai life for a day, click pictures and shop till you drop in the most amazing shopping district.

Useful information: 
Open hours: 

The walk is conducted every Sunday, starting 3rd of October, 2010

Visit duration: 

The duration is 2.5 to 3 hours with a 30 minute break in between.

Entry fees: 

It is a free walking tour. So you don't pay anything, but just out of courtesy you can tip the guide at the end of the tour. The project lives on completely your support.
Payable in Indian Rupees

Contact: 

Please check the website for more details
http://mumbaiwalk.travellerspoint.com
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Mumbai Tour

Mumbai is one of my favorite cities of India. It has various tourist destination which are really very attractive. All of them has special thing which attracts tourists on very large scale. Mumbai is mostly visited by walk. When we went to Madhya Pradesh only the Indore City we visited by walk than the other cities.