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Dharavi

Mumbai, India
+91 96991 17308
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  • Average17%
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“biggest slum” (30 reviews)
“leather goods” (25 reviews)
“reality tours” (47 reviews)
LOCATION
Mumbai, India
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+91 96991 17308
Ways to Experience Dharavi
US$5 per adult
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US$80 per adult
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"biggest slum"
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"leather goods"
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"reality tours"
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"small scale"
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"slumdog millionaire"
in 15 reviews
"no photos allowed"
in 4 reviews
"slum area"
in 13 reviews
"living conditions"
in 12 reviews
"hive of activity"
in 6 reviews
"plastic waste"
in 4 reviews
"narrow lanes"
in 4 reviews
"hard working people"
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"an eye opener"
in 8 reviews
"humbling experience"
in 6 reviews
"their lives"
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"eye opening"
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"slum tour"
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Reviewed 4 days ago

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

Thank MohanAmin
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Reviewed 5 days ago

I went to Chota Sion hospital located in Dharavi and had a chance to walk inside some of the lanes for a community visit. The place is a beehive of activity with amazing sense of enterprise poeple living here display.

Thank vmahajan65
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Dharavi is and one of the largest slums in the world, with a population of around 6 lakhs within two square kilometer. We call it Mini India. Whoever enters Mumbai and you don’t find a place to stay, come to stay here. Hence, Dharavi is...More

Thank loyson
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Whilst it is certainly depressing to see how poorly others live, I found a visit to the slum to be the highlight of my Mumbai visit. I was told it was unsafe, but going with my guide I felt safe at all times. I was...More

Thank RonRSydney_Australia
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We did a tour that was informative, but we most enjoyed walking around on our own after the tour ended. My husband got a shave and haircut. While he was doing that I was befriended by a group of kids. I taught them a couple...More

Thank TBSuz
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Reviewed 11 June 2018

We took our 3 children on this tour and were not sorry. (8, 10, 11). All three children walked away with a new perspective of what's important in life and how lucky we really are. This tour touched the soul, the heart and every sense...More

Thank QldKell
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Reviewed 9 June 2018

Visited with Reality Tours and the guides did a really great job of showing and explaining all that happens in this particular slum. The people don’t seem to mind you being there and appear almost oblivious to you in the main. The money from the...More

Thank gapkenyagayle
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Reviewed 7 June 2018 via mobile

Dharavi is a well known place basically known for its crowd and tremendous amount of slums in it. One should visit here to see how actually lucky they are to have everything in life

Thank AmaanArmaanVivek
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Reviewed 23 May 2018

I visited Dharavi with Reality Tours. The guide was a local resident. The tour was significantly shorter than advertised, and there was a certain amount of propaganda involved, but I did find it worthwhile on the whole. While it would be possible to do this...More

1  Thank djnToronto
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Reviewed 18 May 2018

If visiting Mumbai you must go on an organized tour to see you won't be disappointed, best tour by far, a real reality check

Thank Jonahcardiff
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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
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