Trip Overview

Talk to a true Mumbaikar about Dharavi in terms of a “slum” and they will be slightly edgy throughout the conversation. That is because Dharavi is so much more to Mumbai than just a slum. Spread over 500 acres, it plays an integral role in making the city what it is. It is a small world in itself. And that is why we proudly offer to show you around Dharavi in our Mumbai Slum Tour- for its hidden beauty. A home to millions, Dharavi also plays an active role in the local economy with its numerous small-scale industries and tanneries. It provides employment to thousands of people, including cottage industries employing women. It’s a melting pot of diverse cultures with its many churches, temples and mosques. A walk through its tiny, cramped and crowded lanes is liberating in its own way. In a tour across its radials, we give you a glimpse of life in Dharavi as it is- walking you through the residential areas as well as the busy industrial areas, letting you interact with the locals as well as the labourers. One is sure to be left with a teary-eyed smile looking at how happy and content the people are despite the conditions they work in. To add the glamour to the tour, we also take you to the location where the famous Oscar-winning film Slumdog Millionaire was filmed!

In this 3 hour trek through Dharavi, Boulevard Wanderer will leave you with an unforgettable memory. A value for money tour with quality service, Boulevard Wanderer’s Dharavi Slum Tour comes with various customisations to suit you-
• A detailed tour of Dharavi.
• A detailed tour of Dharavi with a meal organised with one of the local families- this helps you interact further and get to know more about the real people of Dharavi.
• A detailed tour of Dharavi along with pickup and drop facilities for your convenience.

A city is not whole in itself without the contribution of every local making it what it is. Dharavi might stand out as the largest slum on the world map, but really, it is just a small home to millions with big hearts. Give us a chance, and let us prove it to you.

Itinerary

Garment industry

Industrial area which has many small scale industries

Available Days

Available on all days. (Book in advance to block your spot)

Tour time: It’s a 2 to 2.5 hours walking tour.

Timings available: Any time between 9.30 am to 2.30 pm.

Start/End Points

Private tour (Includes private A/C car)

Pick up from the hotel and drop at the same hotel on the same day, after the tour ends (Only if the hotel is in South Mumbai or within Andheri [Western line])

Pick up time/location: As mentioned above Drop time/location: 2-3 hours from start time

Normal Tour

Meeting point:Churchgate railway station or Mahim Railway station

End point:Café Coffee Day, Opposite Mahim railway station, Mahim (West)

Number of People (Group size)

Minimum: 1

Minimum: 12

(Email us on boulevardwanderer@gmail.com for larger groups)

Select price

Services Price for one Price for two or more Price for Six or more Car service/transfer
Slum Wandering 1000 2 to 6 -, 900 each 7 to 12 -, 600 each Add, 2000/3 persons
Slum Wandering & food 3500 2 to 6 -, 2500 each 7 to 12 -, 2500 each Add, 2000/3 persons

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