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This slum served as a backdrop for the movie "Slumdog Millionaire." Though it was depicted in the film as having maimed or disfigured child beggars and and prostitution, this is actually not the case in these particular slums. Tours are guided by students that are...More
For all of us who live in a privileged bubble, this is an eye-opening reminder of how those at the bottom of the pyramid exist. Join a tour. They'll provide much needed context and some do great NGO work in supporting a school in the...More
Dharavi is a famous known Slum...probably the biggest Slum in Asia...it shows you the reality and life in Slums if one is lookin foward to discover...apart from that it's a major leather production and many small scale industrial place
The world is never the same of what we expect. A slum? Well it's more than what you can ever think. This trip is a must visit by every adventurous soul. You'll see the reality and depth of life. Something beyond what we've been shown....More
Was not sure about doing this. Took a guided trip with a local NGO that has pumped money back into the community. Mind blowing to see what comes out of this place and how productive people are. Very safe.
Its Asia's largest slum and one of the largest slumps in the world. We will be lost in the area if you dont know the ways means to move around and come out. visit to Dharavi get the idea of how people live the unhealthy...More
We didn't take our kids but there were some people with kids around 7-9. I think it would be excellent for them. Just wear closed shoes! We stepped through dirty water, dead rats and possibly human waste! However, the... More
We didn't take our kids but there were some people with kids around 7-9. I think it would be excellent for them. Just wear closed shoes! We stepped through dirty water, dead rats and possibly human waste! However, the experience is worth it and would be invaluable for kids. My little one was 3 which I felt was too young.