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Best Time To Visit mumbai

This is the time when Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in Mumbai. Colours come alive, palates get pampered and singing can be heard on every street – it truly is a treat for all the senses. The best time to visit Mumbai is during winter (October to February). This is the right gap between the notorious Mumbai monsoons and sweltering summer heat.

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  • Theme of Mumbai [Heritage, Beaches]
  • You'll love Mumbai for [Nightlife, Street Food, Beaches]
  • Watchout for [Crowd, Heavy rains during monsoon]
  • Best Time To Visit
    August - September October - February
  • Altitude 46 ft. above sea level

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Holiday Packages In mumbai

  • mumbai
    Jyotirlinga Temple Visit In Maharashtra
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  • mumbai
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Holiday Themes In mumbai

  • mumbai
    Romantic Holidays
    5 Nights, 6 Days
    Starting From
    Rs.21,900
    Per Person on twin sharing
  • mumbai
    Beach Holidays
    5 Nights, 6 Days
    Starting From
    Rs.23,749
    Per Person on twin sharing
  • mumbai
    Family Holidays
    5 Nights, 6 Days
    Starting From
    Rs.25,450
    Per Person on twin sharing
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Places to stay in mumbai

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Popular Flights To mumbai

    • AMDAhmedabad
      BOMMumbai
    • Air India
      AI-30
    • 03:30 04:40
      Non Stop
    • 01h 10m
      Non Stop
    • Rs.1,919
    • BDQVadodara
      BOMMumbai
    • Indigo
      6E-446
    • 17:10 18:15
      Non Stop
    • 01h 05m
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    • Rs.2,896
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      BOMMumbai
    • Jet Konnect Airlines
      S2-2968
    • 21:00 23:05
      Non Stop
    • 02h 05m
      Non Stop
    • Rs.3,049
    • NAGNagpur
      BOMMumbai
    • Jet Airways
      9W-866
    • 21:45 23:30
      Non Stop
    • 01h 45m
      Non Stop
    • Rs.3,928
    • HYDHyderabad
      BOMMumbai
    • Indigo
      6E-342
    • 12:10 13:40
      Non Stop
    • 01h 30m
      Non Stop
    • Rs.4,067
    • IXEMangalore
      BOMMumbai
    • Indigo
      6E-459
    • 18:00 19:45
      Non Stop
    • 01h 45m
      Non Stop
    • Rs.4,315
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Best Time To Visit mumbai

The City of Dreams,' 'The City of Seven Islands' or 'The City that Never Sleeps,' are just a few of the names used to describe Mumbai, capital of Maharashtra. Formerly known as Bombay, the city is famed for being the financial powerhouse of India, the fashion epicenter and of course, Bollywood.

Mumbai is situated on India's west coast facing the Arabian Sea, making it one of the most humid cities in the country. The best time to visit Mumbai is during winter (October to February). The right gap between the notorious Mumbai monsoons and sweltering summer heat undoubtedly makes it best season to travel to Mumbai.

The peak tourist season to visit Mumbai is during Christmas and New Year as the city is decorated with sparkling lights and hosts some of the best parties in the country.

In Mumbai, you get to experience the best of both worlds. While the city is known for its happening nightlife culture, the traditional festivals are also celebrated with same zest and zeal.

In January, Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation organizes the Banganga Festival, a music festival attended by the top artists and music lovers across the country. The next month starts the Elephanta Festival, hosted in the magnificent Elephanta Caves. Every year, the island comes to the fervor with dancers and musicians perform outside the caves, beneath a star-studded sky. The sight is nothing less than magical.

On Gudhi Padava (April-March), the city celebrates the Maharashtrian New Year. The day is celebrated with enthusiasm with people decorating bamboo staffs with silk cloths and decorating their houses with intricate rangolis.

Then in August, Nariel Purnima is celebrated by the fishermen offering coconut to the Sea God. August also marks Parsi New Year, the day that the Shahenshahi Zoroastrian community landed in India while migrating from Persia. The day is celebrated in the fire temple where the community bonds are strengthened through feasts.

In the month of September, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in Mumbai. Colours come alive, palates get pampered, and singing can be heard on every street during this time. Mumbai's Ganesh Chathurthi truly is a treat for all the senses.

Seen in many Bollywood movies, the Nariman Point, Marine Drive and Juhu Beach are the most popular Mumbai tourist places and are the best places to spend the winter evenings. However, Mumbai is also home to some of the fabulous architectures in the country including the Gateway of India, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, The Asiatic Society, Mount Mary Church, Bandra-Worli Sea Link, and the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel.

The population in Mumbai is the most diverse. You can find everyone here from hard-laborers to starlets to gangsters to struggling artists and servants to millionaires; you can find a place for everyone to accommodate from cheap hotels to luxury hotels. You can book hotels in Mumbai according to your budget and requirements - you won't be disappointed. You can also book Mumbai tour packages for an easy and convenient holiday.

If you want to experience a true diversity of cultures, you must visit Mumbai.

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