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Mumbai, India
+91 96991 17308
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Private Sightseeing of Mumbai City Including Dharavi Slum Tour
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Private Mumbai Sightseeing Tour Including Dharavi Slum
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Small Group Slum Tour of Dharavi
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Reviewed 3 days ago

What an eye-opener this tour was. The reality was nothing like what I had imagined from watching "Slumdog Milliionaire." Very impressive cohesive community. You probably wouldn't not want to live there, but you will leave with admiration for the people who do.

Thank ruhskis
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is said to be the largest slum in Mumbai and for sure it's the most famous for Slumdog Millionaire being fimed here. We were so impressed how 'normal' everything is and we learned a lot about how life and the economy works here. In...More

Thank EuropeanDiversity
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Take the chance to see the incredibly commerce and residences in the slums. To Western eyes it is hard to comprehend that such small, hot and sparse conditions could be tolerated. But these are proud people making the best of some small earnings by applying...More

Thank K9890WOmike
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A must see activity if you're traveling to Mumbai, India. Today, Dharavi is a well known slum due to the movie Slumdog Millionaire which shot some scenes there. To get there we walked from our hotel to the commuter train station where we met our...More

Thank ViLana18
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Travelling to Mumbai with friends we decided to visit Dharavi. What an amazing experience. We were taken by a local man throughout the entire area. He showed us the industry within Dharavi. It is a truly amazing place that will change what you think about...More

Thank Asherd01
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We really didn't know what to expect visiting Dharavi. It couldn't have been more enjoyable. It was one of the most fascinating places I have ever been. And we had an excellent guide which really helped. I would highly recommend a visit to this wonderful...More

Thank hikingmatt1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

well it's called the biggest slum of asia. you will be amazed to see how people manage here. and maybe start appreciating what god has given you.

Thank harsimran21
Reviewed 9 May 2017

We went on a tour with Reality Tours through the slums, and I was pleasantly surprised. Cast your judgements aside, the residents are very houseproud and much of the area is brightly painted and clean. Wear enclosed shoes and turn your pants cuffs up, though....More

Thank AliceMargaret89
Reviewed 6 May 2017

Considered as the largest slum in Asia, Dharavi is home to several small scale and micro industries producting leather goods to computer softwares. The place will make you feel the pain of how people try to survive and work hard for getting the basic necessities...More

1  Thank Nikhil P
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Excellent place for all kind of leather products. Good quality, approx. 30% of the prices you pay for similar articles in Europe.

Thank tripZeist
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Is it safe for 2 kids to be walking in Dharavi. Ages 7 and 10. Are they any pick pocketers or incidences of tourists getting mugged there?
30 November 2016|
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Response from GauravChand | Reviewed this property |
If you are part of an organised group then its fine. Do check with your Ddaravi tour organiser. Maybe they have an age limit. With regards to pick pocketing its always good to be careful of your valuables.