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No Footprints

#1 of 353 Tours in Mumbai
Mumbai, India
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About No Footprints
No Footprints is a one-stop travel boutique that shows curious explorers, a unique and hidden side of Mumbai. Looking for something beyond the ordinary? We have a knack for pointing out the city’s most endearing details with entertaining stories.
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Ushmi Shah wrote a review 25 Jul
Being 25 years in Mumbai, I never knew it so well. Thank you Arpita, my friend to introduce me to such a wonderful time. Had an amazing Sunday with NFPExplore with our rented bicycles and an amazing guide, KP who gave us interesting fun stories about Mumbai along with his one-liner jokes. :P We visited the Asiatic Library, got upclose with the CST station, and rode along the bay. After visiting other iconic spots like the Flora Fountain and the Rajabhai Clock Tower, we ended the tour with amazing Irani Chai and Bun Maska. The tour was very well organized and had awesome company. Highly recommend it if you want to do something different with your Sunday morning sometime. :)
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Date of experience: July 2021
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IJK wrote a review 25 Jul
It was great experience, revisiting- Bombai, Bombay or Mumbai... cycling around Bombay streets is the best way to get around and admire its old world beauty...our guide KP had good knowledge about Bombaiya history. Tour was well organised, had good company thorughout....looking forward to more such eventful events :)
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Date of experience: July 2021
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Reshma M wrote a review 23 Jul
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This was my first tour post the Covid outbreak. It was so well organised, with all precautions and safety measures taken. This walk was amazing. On a sunny Saturday morning, Aditya and Rahul made the walk very interesting by sharing stories and lovely insights about the village. It is highly recommended, specially for someone who is eager to know Mumbai's history ( the team has a lot it tell us) and get some good clicks. I look forward to a lot more walks with this team to know my city a little more. Thank you ☺️
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Lipika Kamra wrote a review Apr 2021
Mumbai, India
NFPs walking tours are a great way to explore Mumbai as an insider. I did the Horniman Circle tour(Bombay Zero) on a Sunday Morning, at first I was a little hesitant as the tour started at 8:30 am but after completing the tour I realised it was so worth it! Totally felt like I travelled back-in time and experienced “Bombay”- in all its past glory. A special mention should go to Aditya who provided live commentary on the tour, really enjoyed his enthusiasm!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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ram b wrote a review Mar 2021
Mumbai, India
Whenever i used to zip through the Bandra Worli Sealink, i used to look left and observe and be curious about the inhabitants of the settlement left that jutted in the middle of the sea. Finally through NFPExplore, Harsh's company my daughter and i signed up for an early morning 7 30 am walk through the Worli Village. The village traditional Koli inhabitants are among the original inhabitants of Mumbai and we began the walk at the temple. The next stop was a mosque which which a koli family has care for six generations.. The narrow bylanes were clean, well maintained even thought the homes were cheek a jowl. Harsh kept sharing nuggets, trivia, engaging stories and myths..Learnt about Artisanal tradition of fishing, and before the Worli fort we stopped at the Koli cemetry. The Worli fort has seen the Portuguese, Marathas and the British plant their presence and flag. Harsh pitched in with a surprise act of a local Koli village rap star singing a rap in Koli lyrics. Sharing the customs of community marriage and the village coming together for social ocassions. On a more sombre note shared the impact of the bridge on the livelihood of the fisherfolk and demise of deep sea fishing close to the village. Absolute insightful and layered is Harsh's and NFPexplore speciality. Must
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Date of experience: February 2021
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