After breakfast you will embark the ferry from Gateway of India to visit Elephanta Islands.
Elephanta cave is a World Heritage Site, showcasing legends of Lord Shiva carved in rock cave temples. The cave complex is a collection of shrines, courtyards, inner cells, grand halls and porticos arranged in the splendid symmetry of Indian rock-cut architecture, and filled with exquisite stone sculptures of Hindu Gods and Goddesses. The island is about an hour’s boat ride from the Gateway Of India.
Afternoon you will visit Gate Way of India, Colaba University Building, Nariman Point, Marine Drive, Marine, Mani Bhawan, Jain temple, Hanging Garden, Dhobi (Ghat open laundry), Crawford Market.
Gateway of India: Built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay in 1911, this famous landmark has welcomed one and all.
The Prince of Wales Museum: The museum houses rare and ancient exhibits of Indian history as well as objects from foreign lands. It also has Indus Valley Civilization artifacts, relics from the times of Gupta's of ancient India and examples of Mauryan art.
Hanging Gardens: Perched on Malabar Hill, these terraced gardens offer lovely sunset views over the Arabian Sea. The park overlooks the Towers of Silence, a Parsi crematorium.
Mani Bhavan: Previously the epicenter of Mahatma Gandhi's freedom movement, this building is now a memorial of Gandhi's life and all that he stood for. You can go down the alleys of history and unravel the man behind the Mahatma. Dhobi Ghat: Probably one of the most fascinating places in Mumbai, this laundry area is an impressive visual. Thousands of clothes are washed in the open in huge pits of water and then ironed and systematically returned.
Overnight at hotel.