Mumbai Slum Tour With Dabba Wala and Dhobi Ghat
The city of dreams and India's financial and commercial capital, Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra, known for the largest slums or dhobi ghats in the world, and much more. There is so much to explore in Mumbai that you will always need a smartly optimized plan to explore India's largest city without any hassle.Embark on this Mumbai slum tour with Dabba Wala & Dhobi Ghat and experience the life of Mumbaikars like no one else can. This 3 hours guided activity will start from the Churchgate Railway Station. On this walking tour, you will get to explore the 13th Compound of Dharavi, where all of the useless plastic and metal waste is recycled in different shapes using the process of rustling, melting, and molding plastics. While exploring all these processes, the local bakeries and sweet shops' mouthwatering aroma will keep you enchanted with their traditional flavors. Moreover, you will also get to witness the incense stick and soap houses, the packed cyber-cafes, superhuman tailors busy in their daily commodities, and the lively locals who greet every passer-by.While heading towards Dhobighat, where the clothes are washed daily for six out ten locals in Mumbai, discover how the laundrymen perform such enormous tasks up to the mark every day. While exploring this energetic neighborhood. By the end of this tour, be ready to be introduced to the Dabbawala (lunchbox carriers) and know-how they deliver the freshly prepared foods from home to different corners of this bustling city without relying on any proper technology or gadget. The wholehearted work of these Dabbawalas is so compelling that even Harvard University has researched them. After spending a productive day with these dedicated Mumbaikars, you can head back to your respective places with countless memories.