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Escorted Rail Tours to Mumbai

A gateway to India for hundreds of years

India's financial capital, located on the west coast, originally consisted of seven individual islands inhabited by small fishing communities, which have since joined together and grown into this cosmopolitan city, known today as Mumbai. Called Bombay until 1995, the city was developed during the mid 18th century, developing into India's trading post. In 1947 India became independent, creating the new state of Maharashtra with Bombay as the capital.

Ever since the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869, the principal gateway to India has been Mumbai. Mumbai offers endless sightseeing options. The Jain Temple, regarded as the prettiest building in the city, offers great views, as does the Tower of Silence. As well as these, the terraced Hanging Gardens, perched on Malabar Hill, provide lovely vistas over the Arabian Sea.

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A Royal Indian Odyssey

Discover the heritage of Royal Rajasthan on this Indian odyssey travelling across enthralling India, from Delhi to Mumbai. Delve into the history of the Maharajas, discover centuries of tradition as you visit a traditional village, explore magnificent palaces and the contrasting bright lights of Bollywood, as well as the electric atmosphere of New Delhi.

Departs in November 2016 and from March 2017 to November 2017.
15 days from £2,435per personView tour details
To Kerala on the Konkan Railway

Embark on this incredible adventure travelling south along India's west coast by rail. Explore an array of India's most impressive sights, from bustling Mumbai and the old port of Mangaluru, as we travel on the famous Konkan Railway.

Departs in October 2016 and from February 2017 to October 2017.
16 days from £2,395per personView tour details
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