Breakfast Cycle Ride | Wandertrails
Did you ever wonder what Mumbai looks like on a sleepy Sunday morning? Imagine passing by boundless roads with lanes and by lanes of solitude that provide the perfect set-up for those photography shots you always wanted but could not manage because of huge crowds. Picture seeing those regal buildings of old Colaba undisturbed by a single footfall. Truly a rare sight indeed!
Come and join Mumbai Travellers on an exciting early morning cycle tour of South Mumbai and witness a side of the city before it stirs from slumber. From sharing exciting stories, to making new friends, the breakfast cycle ride seeks to see the city through different eyes. Feel revved up at the start of the day as you test your endurance and revisit historical places filled with nostalgia. Come be a part of this trip and create memories that will beckon you for more.
Category : Cycling
Level : Easy
Age Limit : 18 years and above
Duration : Half Day
The journey begins at 06:45 am at Theobroma, Cusrow Baug, Colaba Causeway, Colaba. Cycles will be provided for all participants. The journey is an educative, interactive, and fun experience. Participants are narrated stories of heritage structures, important historical events in the area and are encouraged to share their own experiences and knowledge.
The ride concludes with a sumptuous breakfast at the famed Olympia Coffee House and Madras Cafe in Colaba with vegetarian and non-vegetarian options made available for participants.
Gateway of India
This historic landmark of Mumbai was completed in 1924. Overlooking the Arabian Sea, no Mumbai selfie is complete without a visit to this majestic gateway.
One of the most iconic landmarks of Mumbai, this 5-star hotel is a heritage structure. Having first opened its gates to guests in 1903, the Taj is synonymous with luxury and fine living at its best.
One of the city’s oldest libraries, the Asiatic Library was founded back in 1830. It is a treasure trove of ancient manuscripts some of which are written in Prakrit, Sanskrit, and Persian.
Named after British journalist Benjamin Horniman who supported the Indian freedom struggle, the area is an art and culture hub of Mumbai city.
The endpoint of South Mumbai, Nariman Point is a popular hangout for college students and families on a walk post dinner. A beautiful sea facing promenade, the beauty of the city can be seen from the views of the coastline here.
Flora Fountain/Hutatma Chowk
This heritage structure dates back to 1864 and was named after the Roman goddess Flora. One of the most noted landmarks in the south side of the city.
A popular hotspot in South Mumbai, Churchgate has a splattering of restaurants, shopping centres, and pubs to suit every taste and budget.
A concrete C-shaped boulevard, Marine Drive is a much sought-after landmark facing the Arabian Sea. The magic of the location lies in an aerial view of the locale: the lights resemble a string of pearls thus earning it the moniker Queens Necklace.
A famous beach that is a popular hangout among locals and tourists alike. Numerous stalls offer an array of mouth-watering snacks and beverages.
1. Morning breakfast
2. Cycle on Rental basis
4. Expertise Charges
Colaba Mumbai, Maharashtra 400005