Tours for Students

Maximum Mumbai is the only travel company in Mumbai which does small & personalized luxurious student group tours.

We offer student group tours all days of the week.

Maximum Mumbai offers genuine expertise in the planning and operation of successful tours for students, having deep experience over a number of years. Our student tours are customized to your needs following a detailed consultation with you.

We can help provide you and your group a fun way to explore a new culture, learn about history of Mumbai and experience the sights and sounds of Mumbai from the eyes of a local.

Maximum Mumbai's student group tours offer genuine expertise in the planning and operation of successful and competitively priced group tours for students at college and university.

Whether you're new to student tours, or an old hand at leading your students on educational trips, we at Maximum Mumbai Students group tours will be with you every step of the way to ensure your students' tours are as hassle-free as possible, from start to finish.

It will be fun to explore a new culture, learn about the geology and history of Mumbai. It will be a different way to look, learn and hear the sights and sounds of Mumbai from the eyes of a local.

At Maximum Mumbai Student group tours, where your curiosity meets our care and thus giving birth to a feeling of ‘falling in love’ with this beautiful city called Mumbai!!

We not only try to make your Mumbai tours ‘fantastic’ but also make it ‘fun-tastic’
So, come you are Invited!!!
 

Must see places:


You can make your own customized Mumbai tour and choose from the places below mentioned:

Gateway of India: Built as a tribute to welcome HRH The King and Queen it still does the same to the everyday Joe. Made in classic Indo-Saracenic style it is a tribute to Indian architecture.

The last British troops to leave India following the country's independence, the first Battalion of the Somerset Light Infantry, passed through the gateway on their way out in a ceremony in the year 1948.
 
*Mumbai University: Founded in 1857, the University of Bombay is one of the first three oldest public state universities in India, located in the city of Mumbai in the state of Maharashtra. The University Of Mumbai is one of the premier universities in India. The Rajabai clock tower nearby houses the University's library. 
 
*Rajabai Clock Tower: Modeled around the Big Ben in London, this 280 ft tower is one of the few if not the only famous privately commissioned structure built by an Indian man for the love of his mother during the British Era.

NOTE : This is the only structure in India which was made during the British Raj which was allowed to have an Indian name.
 
*Oval Ground: One of few remaining large open spaces in South Mumbai, it is named after its Oval shape. It is also the defining grounds where one of the most elite Cricket coaching academies of the country function. We highly recommend this for an evening stroll without shoes for relaxing and leisurely views of the landmark buildings of the colonial era.
 
*Marine Drive and Chowpatty Beach: A ‘C’ shaped stretch across the Coast of Arabian sea and also popularly known as ‘Queen’s Necklace’ Chowpatty Beach is a typical Indian beach which is almost deserted during the day, but hundreds gather at night to relax, gossip and have the best local street foods.

Marine Drive offers a beautiful arch to maximize the view of the city’s natural Western Sea Coast. The nearly 4km stretch has the quaint Nariman Point, Marine Drive promenade on one end and the famous Chowpatty beach on the other.
 
Dhobi Ghat - Open Air Laundry: Literally means the realm of the launderer. One of the oldest professions in the city, one can understand convenience and the early frugality of businesses Mumbai aspired to have. Dhobi Ghat clearly is the symbol of a city that still has a strong back foot in the past while dreaming of stepping in the future.

An absolute mix of chaos, color, activities and sounds. Clothes are hand washed and beaten up on therocks by the Dhobi’s or the washer men.
 
Krishna Temple: A temple made up of sandstone and one of the most beautiful, intricately-decorated temples in the city. Hinduism is a religion of absolute non-violence and peacefulness.
 
Hanging Gardens: The Hanging gardens are actually very large lids on three very large tanks of water which provide water to most of the South island. One of the gardens also makes for a compelling sight of the city due to its vantage point.

Beautiful Terraced Gardens on Malabar Hill, built in the year 1880 now used for walking, jogging and relaxing.
 
Kamla Nehru Park: Situated in Mumbai's greenest and most peaceful areas on top of Malabar Hill. The view out over Marine Drive and the Arabian sea is exceptionally beautiful.

This park is a children's park named after the wife of India's first Prime Minister (Jawaharlal Nehru) & the mother of India's Iron Lady (Indira Gandhi) who liberated Bangladesh from Pakistan.
 
Mani Bhawan- Gandhi House: Gandhi's residence in Bombay between 1917 to 1934 has been transformed into a museum, which displays dioramas, autographs and photographs of Gandhi.

This is a humble little corner where the leader of a nation would launch a barrage of movements from. Non cooperation, Satyagraha (insistence on truth), Swadeshi (self sufficiency self sustenance) and Home rule movement were all initiated here.
 
*Crawford Market: A mighty big population of people needed an equally massive complex to be called a market. This massive expanse does not seem very large by today's standards but come to think of it as been opened in 1869.

One of the most famous Markets of South Mumbai, named after the first British Municipal Commissioner and a market selling fruits, vegetables, dry fruits and cosmetics, some even call it as a Dubai Market!
 
*Victoria Terminus Station: Maybe the grandest structures the British would ever build in India. No expense was exempt and no attention to detail overlooked. It seems that the builders wanted the viewer to remain in awe of this building for a long time and marvel.

It is noteworthy that the train station does not follow the distinct British pattern to incorporate both Hindu and Islamic styles to make it look like neither. It has resemblance to the Pancras railway station in London.
 
Banganga Tank: A fresh water tank right in the middle of the city and cjust few meters away from the Arabian Sea. Thousands of years old surrounded by more than hundred temples and a super sacred place of worship for the Hindus.
 
Mangaldas Cloth Market: Mangaldas Cloth Market named after Gujarati businessman is the largest indoor cloth and dress material market in Mumbai and has hundreds of stalls. Every day women in large numbers come here to buy clothes. It’s mainly a women’s market one can even find the local fashion designers hanging here!
 
Zaveri Bazaar / Gold Market: ‘Zaveri’ in local language means Jeweler and Bazaar in Hindi means a Market. This bazaar is virtually a market that understands and speaks the language of real pure gold. You are guessing it right. This is the bustling jewelry market of the Island City of India. Many shops here sell gold and precious gems.
 
Mumbadevi Temple: Mumba Devi Temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples in the city of Mumbai dedicated to the goddess Mumba. Mumbai derives its name from the goddess Amba. It is a sacred pilgrimage spot for the Hindus.
 
Bhuleshwar Market: The name literally means where even the ‘Gods Get Lost’. In small and crowded tiny shops of Bhuleshwar, you’ll find “a bewildering array of colourful glass bangles, embroidered saris and spectacular collection of costume jewellery, The sights and sounds here are just so vibrant and breath taking. It’s a heaven for the women’s.
 
Third Bhoiwada / Immitation Market: Third Bhoiwada or the imitation market is a muddle of narrow lanes, consisting of hundreds of jewelry shops that sell artificial gems and jewelry. Here, you can find the copy of the latest designs of gold and other precious metal ornaments. As real gold price soar high, the middle class women love to haunt this place without bothering about the jostle inside the market. Not interested in buying, one can always glimpse the artificial exquisite ornaments showcased outside the shops. It’s from here they are sent to other parts of India.
 
Chor Bazaar: It’s a walk through Mumbai's famous Thieves Market – Chor in Hindi means thief and bazaar means market.

Chor Bazaar is a chaotic street flanked by numerous antique shops, where anything, varying from old ship parts, grandfather clocks, gramophones, old English tea sets to crystal chandeliers, could bargain your interest. 
   
Elephanta Caves: Elephanta caves are situated on the famous Elephanta Island. They are dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva. These ancient Shiva cavesback to 5th century BC. It's a 2 hour ferry ride through the Arabian Sea (two and fro) from the gateway of India. It would be an enchantingand a divine experience to see and understand the different forms of Lord Shiva! The tour price includes the Boat charges, Archeological site fees, Special Archeological Guide fees, Village Tax, Rural Tax and all other various types of costs and fees.
   
Kanheri Caves: Kanheri Caves are over 2000 years old, and it provides an outstanding opportunity to understand ascetic life in ancient India. Kanheri Caves date back to 1st Century BC to the 10thcentury BC. The caves are situated in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. The caves are just so beautiful and also the atmosphere and the picturesque beauty of the park are simply captivating. The park is spread over an area of 9000 hectares! It’s an abode to several species of bird and animal life, including deer, four horned antelope, leopards, macaques, civets, mongoose and langurs.
 
Shopping in South Mumbai: Only at the Cottage Industries in Colaba as they are a government recognized shop. After the tour gets over, if one wants they can do some shopping of beautiful Indian Sarees, Kurta's and Pyjama's, Kashmiri Pashmina Shawls, Indian Spices, Wooden Mementos, Antiques, Real & Costume Jewellery, Carpets (not Flying: ) and so much more!!
   

Tour Information

WHEN
Any time/Any day of the week.
Any number of students can be accommodated.
Students can choose and select any places/tour(s) specified on our website.
MEETING POINT
Pick up and Drop off from Airport or your Hotel.
BOOKING
Please book in advance. Email: info@maximummumbai.com or Call: +91. 9773. 88 99 00.
PRICE
Cost per person will depend upon the number of passengers & the type of tours they choose.
The price will include: Luxurious Air-conditioned Coach charges, English speaking, knowledgeable and professional Guide fees, Admission fees, Refreshments & Vegetarian Lunch.
PAYMENT
We accept all major currencies and major credit cards.
DISCOUNT
Discount would depend upon the number of people in the group and number of tour(s) selected.
OTHER
  • Any number of students can be accomodated.
  • You will be asked to remove your shoes (not socks) in temples
  • Women are advised to bring a scarf or wrap with them to wear in temples
  • Photos are not allowed in temples. They can be taken elsewhere.
  • Clean Western-style toilets will be available at Mani Bhavan- Gandhi House & at the Vegetarian Lunch restaurant.
  • Mumbai is a very safe city and personalized crimes & thefts are rare, but we still ask you to take care of all your personal belonging as we do not take responsibility of loss or theft of your belongings.
  • Detailed terms and conditions are available on request.

     

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