Welcome to Amrutyatra's I'm Mumbai Tours

AmrutYatra organizes Mumbai City Tours which explore the unseen Mumbai with experts.

Do get in touch with us for joining these exciting one-day 'Mumbai Tours' !

Heritage Walk

Why fort area is called FORT??
How the 'Club' culture evolved in Mumbai??
When and in whose memory was Jehangir Art Gallery built??
How Elphinstone College was once also a printing press???

These and many more questions about our very own Mumbai City are put to rest on our heritage walk. This walk also brings to light the influence of the socio economic developments in the world on the growth of our CITY....once a cluster of just 7 islands....

Kanheri Caves

Kanheri caves in the midst of Sanjay Gandhi National Park, finds mention in many ancient scriptures all over the world as 'Krishnagiri', meaning black mountain. These centuries old caves (they range from 1st to 10th century) became important Buddhist settlements during the 3rd century which explains the 'Stupas' in many caves at Kanheri. Revelations like these are thought provoking as they take you back in history and explain the existence and growth of mankind of which you and me are a part TODAY

7 Forts of Mumbai

Mumbai, now a financial capital was once a city with many forts. These forts have stories to tell... stories about their birth, the craftsmanship, the artisan, the people who inaugurated them, used them... and how they stood and watched the changing Mumbai city... They now stand amidst a busy modern city and every time you turn and look at them, you can still have a glimpse of their long lost glory.


Dirty by-lanes, Sewage water flowing by the ghettos, ghettos made of scrap metal. This is what comes to mind when we imagine what slums are like. Let's change our perception now! Amrutyatra brings to you Enterprising Dharavi Tours. Walking through the streets of Dharavi and experiencing the second largest slums in Asia and the third largest slums in the world which are not only known for its enormity but also for the various businesses that flourishes within the heart of these slums and also the entrepreneuring locals who generates over 1 Billion USD per year.
We not only visit the largest leather manufacturing industry deep rooted in these slums but also other industries like plastic & metal recycling industry, where the you witness the process of right from segregating the plastic to recycling and reusing it. We also visit the textile industry another famous industry in dharavi, where you can witness right from the procurement of cloth, till its dying and stitching into various outfits. Kumbharwada, the oldest settlement of pot making artisans is another industry in Dharavi with fabrication and small engineering and food & bakery products industry. It is the best example of micromanagement as we can witness optimum utilization of space and resources here.

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