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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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Dharavi Slum Small-Group Tour in Mumbai
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Mumbai, India
+91 96991 17308
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Dharavi is no mystery these days. After Kevin McCloud's documentary in 2010 and many subsequent pieces, it has achieved some fame (is that notoriety) around the world. To people from Europe, Australia (I am one of those) or North America it looks perhaps unsavoury, but...More

Thank Mark S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did a Dharavi Tour with Mumbai Moments Tour Company and was a truly humbling and eye opening experience. It is amazing to see how people can make things work for them. Would strongly suggest a visit with a knowledgeable tour guide. Ensure you have...More

Thank Francois T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Mumbai is home to the largest slum in the world. Bollywood has made this place famous. Do read up before you go there

Thank Aaron D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

bollywood has certainly made this place famous,the place is shown in every gangster movie due to it's vast history related to it, and also some other crime thrillers.

1  Thank BTO D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

After having read the book by Gregory David Roberts,Shantaram - I was thoroughly looking forward to visiting this Mumbai bustee. We booked through Viator and signed up for the Slumdog Millionaire tour. We were not disappointed. I have been to India many times but this...More

Thank Robert L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent tour with reality tours, Nilesh was a fantastic guide; Knowledgeable, courteous, friendly and good company.........he made the tour and our day! The people of Dharavi are inspirational. Highly recommend.

Thank Alooparatha
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stopped enroute to Dhavari slum to witness this largest outdoor laundry of the world, used by hotels and local businesses. All washing done by hand and hung up on racks to dry... our travel guides from Reality Tours fill you in with lots of...More

Thank Twinnie-two
Reviewed 26 November 2017

This is the largest slum and right in the heart of Mumbai. Its sad to see how people live here. These days a tourist attraction for foreigners.

Thank Sagar2307
Reviewed 25 November 2017 via mobile

We spent an amazing morning in the company of Dinesh, a man who grew up, was educated and continues to live in the Dharavi slum. He gave us great background information, and showed us some amazing sights. I had no idea the slum was a...More

1  Thank Stephenpcoleman
Reviewed 20 November 2017 via mobile

I visited Dharavi with my excellent guide Furky. I booked the tour through India Beat. I am a middle aged woman who visited solo, with only my guide. I felt completely safe. It was a fascinating tour walking through the narrow warren of allies. Though...More

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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.