Mumbai Darshan by Nilambari Open Deck Bus Tour

Mumbai Darshan (Mumbai sightseeing) services are offered by Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation. The package tour is named “Nilambari open deck bus tour” and is a unique group tour concept in India, at very affordable rates. Mumbai Darshan services are available to the general public and tourists on Saturdays and Sundays, barring the monsoon days. Nilambari open deck bus is also called “Mumbai Darshan bus”.

Mumbai Darshan, Nilambari Open Deck Bus Tour of Mumbai -Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai, India
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai, India (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Mumbai, the historic city, which is the financial and business capital of India, is rich in culture and heritage. Mumbaiis one among the top cities to visit in India. There is nothing more precise and concise than getting on-board the Nilambari Open Deck Bus Tour of Mumbai to discover and explore Mumbai; or Bombay as it was known earlier.

The city tour is of one hour duration, suitable for tourists to cover much of the city’s heritage buildings and landmarks in the shortest possible span of time. There are two bus services, starting at 7 pm and 8.15 pm.

The charges for the guided tour of Mumbai by Nilambari Open Deck Bus in the upper deck is INR 150 (approximately US $ 3)  while the lower berth costs just INR 50 (approximately US $ 1). There are no charges for children below 3 years. Tickets booked can not be cancelled.

A certified guide who is well trained by Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation will be available on the Nilambari open deck bus to brief the passengers on the different aspects of the heritage buildings along the route, its historical value, etc.

Nilambari Open Deck Bus Tour of Mumbai covers Mumbai darshan places and prestigious heritage sites like Churchgate Head Office, Old Secretariat, Rajabai Tower, Convocation Hall, High Court, CST Railway Station, Thomas Cook, Asiatic Library – Gateway of India.

How do I Go for the Mumbai Darshan sightseeing?

Mumbai Darshan sightseeing group tour starts from Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation’s booking office premises at Gateway of India.

George T. George

I am George T. George, blogger and owner of the website, This blog is for tourists, pilgrims and travelers to India. I started this blog in 2013, as a destination guide for Indian destinations. It has the information on most of the tourist and pilgrimage destinations in India. Currently, there are 435 destinations on the website, as of the last week of 2017. And the list is growing. I started with website related tasks in 1996. Initially, I worked with website design and hosting for my clients. I moved on to web programming and later on to local citations and search engine optimization. This website is my small contribution to those looking for information on Indian tourist destinations. Please mail me at [email protected] . com (remove the spaces around dot), if are looking for any additional information.

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