One Day Pune to Mumbai Trip by Cab

One Day Pune to Mumbai Tour by Cab
One Day Pune to Mumbai Tour by Cab (courtesy: prado)

Mumbai, known as the land of dreams, is one of India’s largest and busiest cities. It lies on the Konkan coast, towards the west of India. The city is home to various cultures and languages, making it a cosmopolitan city. Its vibrant street life, culture, architecture, and bustling nightlife attract people worldwide. You can spend time relaxing with your loved ones in the city by booking a one day Pune to Mumbai tour.

You can take a fun boat ride to the Elephanta Caves or enjoy your day relaxing on the beach. Nature enthusiasts can explore the Borivali National Park and enjoy bird watching. You can also seek blessings by visiting the Siddhivinayak Temple, Haji Ali Dargah, Mount Mary’s Church, and Mahim Church.

The distance between Pune to Mumbai is 150 km, which takes 3 hours to complete. Mumbai-Pune Expressway is the shortest and fastest route from Pune to Mumbai. On your one day Pune to Mumbai tour by private car, we will take you along this route that runs parallel to the picturesque stretch of the Western Ghats. It is a scenic route filled with beautiful landscapes.

Quick Menu

Highlights of Pune to Mumbai Tour by Cab

  • Full-day Mumbai tour from Pune
  • Duration: 10 to 14 hours
  • Tour by Private Cab (not shared with others)
  • Pickup & Drop: Pune Hotel / Home
  • Places Covered: Gateway of India, Hotel Taj Marine Drive, Nariman Point, Girgoan Chowpathy, Haji Ali, Mahalaxmi Temple, Siddhivinayak Temple, Band Stand, Bandra – Worli Sea Link, and Hanging Garden.

Package Price for 1 Day Pune to Mumbai Sightseeing by Cab

Honda Amaze Sedan Car for One Day Pune to Mumbai Trip
Amaze / Etios / Dzire
4 Seater / Sedan

₹ 5,799/-

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga SUV Car for One Day Pune to Mumbai Trip
Maruti Ertiga
6 – 7 Seater / SUV

₹ 6,999/-

Toyota Innova SUV Car for One Day Pune to Mumbai Trip
Toyota Innova
6 – 7 Seater / SUV

₹ 7,299/-

Toyota Innova Crysta SUV Car for One Day Pune to Mumbai Trip
Toyota Innova Crysta
6 – 7 Seater / SUV

₹ 7,799/-

Tempo Traveller Mini Van for One Day Pune to Mumbai Trip
Tempo/ Force Traveller
12 Seater / LCV

Price on Request

Mini Bus for One Day Pune to Mumbai Trip
Mini Bus
22 – 28 Seater / LCV

Price on Request

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What’s included

  • Pick and drop from Hotel / Home in Pune
  • Cab for Mumbai sightseeing from Pune as per the above Itinerary

What’s not included

  • Entry Ticket Fee at tourist places at Mumbai
  • Vehicle Parking Charges
  • Toll-gate Charges if any
  • Driver Allowance
  • Breakfast, Lunch or any meal
  • Lodging / Accommodation at Mumbai
  • Vehicle beyond the mentioned time duration
  • Vehicle beyond the designated tour route

What to Expect on your Mumbai Trip from Pune

What to Expect on your Mumbai Trip from Pune by Cab

We will arrange an early morning pick up for you from Pune to ensure we have enough time to explore Mumbai. The first stop of our one day Pune to Mumbai tour will be the Gateway of India. You can witness the stunning beauty of this historical monument. 

After exploring the area and taking some photographs, we will visit Hotel Taj Palace right next to Gateway of India. You can enjoy their stellar hospitality before heading to the beautiful Marine Drive, which overlooks the Arabian Sea on one side and Nariman Point on another side.

Next on our same day Mumbai trip from Pune, we will visit Girgaon Chowpatty, where you can experience the vibrance of Mumbai. The place is filled with activity, from locals worshipping at temples to tourists dipping their toes in the Arabian Sea. 

Our next stop will be the revered Haji Ali Dargah. It is a shrine dedicated to the Muslim Saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, and the monument is situated in the Sea. We will also offer prayers at the Mahalaxmi Temple and Siddhivinayak Temple, which are two of the most famous temples in Mumbai.

As the day winds up, we will head towards Band Stand for shopping, street food, and majestic sunset views. Next, we will take you to the Bandra – Worli Sea Link. You can enjoy the view of one of the longest bridges in India against the cityscape as the sun goes down.

Our last stop will be Hanging Garden, located atop Malabar Hill. You will be mesmerized by the serene views of Marine Drive and the Arabian Sea from the garden. At the end of the day, we will drop you at your place of stay in Pune.

Itinerary of One Day Pune to Mumbai Trip

Pickup from your Hotel in Pune at 6:00 AM

S.NoSightseeing PlaceRecommended Duration
1Gateway of India40 minutes
2Hotel Taj20 minutes
3Marine Drive40 minutes
4Nariman Point20 minutes
5Girgoan Chowpathy30 minutes
6Haji Ali40 minutes
7Mahalaxmi Temple40 minutes
8Siddhivinayak Temple40 minutes
9Band Stand30 minutes
10Bandra – Worli Sea Link10 minutes
11Hanging Garden30 minutes

Drop back at your Hotel in Pune by 9:30 PM

PLEASE NOTE: Guests can visit all the tourism places near Mumbai listed above or remove any of the places that they don’t want to visit. In order to include any other sightseeing place, guests can check with their cab provider while booking this Pune to Mumbai city tour by private car.

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Places to visit in and around Mumbai in one day by private car from Pune

Onboard on an unforgettable day-long journey from Pune to the bustling heart of Mumbai by a private taxi, where every corner whispers tales of dreams and aspirations. From the iconic Gateway of India, where the sea breeze carries the echoes of history, to the vibrant thrum of Colaba Causeway, Mumbai welcomes you with open arms.

As you savor the world-famous street food, gaze at the stunning Marine Drive skyline, and explore the city’s rich culture, you’ll be swept away by the emotions that make Mumbai an irresistible one-day escapade from Pune. Some of the popular places to visit in Mumbai in one day when traveling from are:

1. Gateway of India

The Gateway of India is an arch-monument erected to celebrate the first-visit and landing of George V, the first British Monarch to visit India. The event happened in December 1911 at Strand Road near Wellington Fountain. The monument has a mix of design elements of Indo-Islamic style and 16th-century Gujarati architecture. It is an 85 feet high arch made of yellow basalt and reinforced concrete.

The splendid monument faces the Mumbai Harbour and the steps behind the gateway lead to the Arabian Sea. Discover the essence of Gateway of India on your one-day Mumbai tour from Pune – a tourist attraction of remarkable significance.

  • Must See / Things to Do: Look at the majestic monuments and click pictures.
  • Timings: Open throughout the day on all days of the week 
  • Entry Fee: No entry fee

2. Hotel Taj

Hotel Taj is a famous luxury and heritage hotel located in Colaba. It is located beside the Gateway of India. The six-story building is decorated with a central Moorish dome with an Indo-Saracenic style of architecture. The building is carved with Victorian Gothic and Romanesque details along with Edwardian touches on the roof. It has played an important role in history and is the symbol of strength of the local people. Many tourists and foreign dignitaries have resided here.

  • Must See / Things to Do: Experience the hospitality of the country’s leading hotel chain.
  • Timings: Open throughout the day on all days of the week 
  • Entry Fee: Only allowed with prior bookings

3. Marine Drive

Prepare to be amazed by the beauty of Marine Drive during your one-day Mumbai trip from Pune. Marine Drive is a 3 km long area that is used for walking along the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road in Mumbai, constructed by Pallonji Mistry. The sparkling street lights look like a string of pearls in a necklace. They look mesmerizing when viewed at night from an elevated point. Hence, it is also known as the Queen’s Necklace. It is a six-lane ‘C’-shaped concrete road along the coast lined with palm trees. The sunset and sunrise view is beautiful from here.

  • Must See / Things to Do: Enjoy a stroll along the Queen’s Necklace
  • Timings: Open throughout the day on all days of the week 
  • Entry Fee: No entry fee

4. Nariman Point

Nariman Point is located at the far end of Marine Drive on the southern tip of the Mumbai peninsula. It is also referred to as the ‘Manhattan of Mumbai’ as it is filled with many skyscrapers and is home to internationally renowned businesses. It provides a stunning view of the Arabian sea, Marine drive, and various luxury hotels strewn across.

  • Must See / Things to Do: Witness the stunning cityscape of Mumbai.
  • Timings: Open throughout the day on all days of the week 
  • Entry Fee: No entry fee

5. Girgaon Chowpatty

Immerse yourself in the splendor of Girgaon Chowpatty on your full-day Pune to Mumbai sightseeing tour, a must-see attraction for every nature lover. Girgaon Chowpatty is a beach located in the Girgaon area of Mumbai. The beach is popular for Ganesh Visarjan where thousands of people come to immerse the Ganesh Idol in the Arabian Sea every year. It also hosts the Ram Lila play during Navratri, and an effigy of Ravana is burnt on Dussehra. There are also horse and camel rides that you can take along the beach.

  • Must See / Things to Do: Spend fun time with your family at the beach.
  • Timings: Open throughout the day on all days of the week 
  • Entry Fee: No entry fee

6. Haji Ali

Haji Ali is a dargah dedicated to Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari located on an islet off the coast of Worli in southern Mumbai. It is a white-washed structure with a marble courtyard supported by a silver frame and marble pillars. The tomb is covered by beautiful brocaded red and green cover sheets. The marble pillar in the main hall is adorned with artistic mirror work with chips of glass. Pieces of blue, green, and yellow color are arranged with Arabic patterns in the name of Allah.

  • Must See / Things to Do: Witness the stunning architecture of the monument and pay respects to the Saint.
  • Timings: Open throughout the day on all days of the week from 5:30 AM to 10:00 PM
  • Entry Fee: No entry fee

7. Mahalaxmi Temple

Mahalaxmi Temple is dedicated to the worship of Goddess Mahalakshmi. It also contains the images of the goddesses Mahakali, Mahalakshmi, and Mahasaraswati together called the Tridevi. They are all decorated with ornaments such as nose rings, gold bangles, and pearl necklaces with Mahalakshmi in the center holding lotus flowers in tandem. The temple is famous for hosting Navratri celebrations for nine days. Thousands of people come to worship and take part in the celebrations.

  • Must See / Things to Do: Offer prayers to the presiding deity, Goddess Mahalakshmi.
  • Timings: Open throughout the day on all days of the week from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM
  • Entry Fee: No entry fee

8. Siddhivinayak Temple

Siddhivinayak Temple is dedicated to the worship of Lord Ganesh. Located in Prabhadevi, it is well known for being one of the richest temples in India. It is also known as Navsacha Ganapati, who bestows a genuine wish. It consists of a small Mandap with a shrine for Siddhi Vinayak, known to grant wishes. The images of eight manifestations called Ashtavinayak are carved on the wooden door of the sanctum. Many people come here to pray during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival. Uncover the essence of Siddhivinayak Temple on your one-day Pune to Mumbai tour by car – it is a temple of remarkable cultural significance.

  • Must See / Things to Do: Seek blessings of Lord Ganesha.
  • Timings: Open throughout the day on all days of the week except Tuesdays from 5:30 AM to 9:50 PM and on Tuesdays from 3:15 AM to 11:45 PM
  • Entry Fee: No entry fee

9. Band Stand

Band Stand, also known as Bandra Bandstand, is a long walkway along the sea on the western coast of Mumbai. It is called a bandstand as this was a spot where Bands used to play to entertain people. Now it’s a popular hangout spot with a jogging track and a park. Towards the end of the lane is an amphitheater that serves as a venue for music festivals and concerts. It also consists of The Walk of the Stars, inspired by the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which honors Bollywood film stars.

  • Must See / Things to Do: Feel the Bollywood vibe and enjoy the views of the Arabian Sea.
  • Timings: Open throughout the day on all days of the week
  • Entry Fee: No entry fee

10. Bandra – Worli Sea Link

Bandra – Worli Sea Link is a 5.6 km long, 8-lane wide bridge. It is the longest sea bridge and 4th longest bridge in India that links Bandra with Worli in Mumbai. It is a cable-stayed bridge and is the first to use a seismic arrester that can withstand earthquakes up to 7.0 on the Richter Scale. It is not open to visitors, but you can get a good view of the bridge from Sea Link View on Mahim Beach near the Mayor’s Bungalow.

  • Must See / Things to Do: Catch a glimpse of the sea link against the charming backdrop.
  • Timings: Open throughout the day on all days of the week
  • Entry Fee: INR 70 per car

11. Hanging Garden

Prepare to be amazed by the beauty of Hanging Garden during your Pune to Mumbai same-day tour – an attraction with a compelling narrative. Hanging Garden, also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, is a  terraced garden perched at the top of Malabar Hill. It is located opposite Kamala Nehru Park and is a popular hangout spot. It provides beautiful sunset views over the Arabian Sea and Marine Drive. It also consists of numerous hedges that are carved into the shapes of animals. It is filled with beautiful trees, plants, and flowerbeds. You can witness the beautiful fountain that looks amazing with lights in the evening.

  • Must See / Things to Do: Look around at the splendid beauty of Ooty.
  • Timings: Open throughout the day on all days of the week from 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Entry Fee: No entry fee

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Things to Do on your Pune to Mumbai Tour by Car

Things to Do on your Mumbai Tour from Pune by Car
Things to Do on your Mumbai Tour from Pune by Car (courtesy: rajrana)

Mumbai is a vibrant and culturally rich city boasting a wealth of activities and attractions to keep everyone entertained. Here are some of the top things to do in Mumbai on your full day trip from Pune:

What to Shop during your One Day Pune to Mumbai Sightseeing Trip by Car?

Mumbai is known as the fashion capital and is filled with varieties of high-end to budget-friendly shopping places. You can buy varieties of lampshades with modern to traditional designs. You can also find a rare poster of retro Bollywood movies if you are a fan of collecting posters. 

Shop for different kinds of spices and you can also get them customized according to your own taste. Many handmade decor items can be bought as souvenirs of the trip. There are many sarees made from various fabrics, especially hand-block printed fabrics, which are made from ancient textile printing techniques. 

Indie artwork, structures, and artifacts made by local artists are widely available at flea markets. You can also buy postcards that feature images of historical landmarks like Gateway of India as souvenirs. Many essential oils, incense, and perfumes are produced using the Bhbhaka Method, the oldest distillation method. You can shop for a variety of oils according to your taste.

What to Eat during your Full Day Mumbai Sightseeing Tour from Pune by Taxi?

People from various identities reside in Mumbai, and each has its own unique take on food. The best way to enjoy all delicacies at once is to eat a Maharashtrian Thali. It consists of varieties of vegetables, lentils, curd, pickle, rice, or roti, and sweet dessert. There are also specialized Thalis like seafood thali, Non-veg thali, etc. 

For dessert, you can enjoy the Kheer and Gulab Jamun. You should have bun Maska Chai, a bun plastered with butter and served with tea in Irani cafes along the streets on your One Day Pune to Mumbai tour by private taxi. 

The most famous and must-have street food in Mumbai is the Vada Pav, a deep-fried potato patty placed inside a bun. You should also enjoy the iconic Bombay Sandwich and Bhelpuri enjoyed by the locals here. 

Another local delicacy is the delicious Falooda with Sabza seeds and vanilla ice cream on top. You can also enjoy a beautiful evening and a lavish dining experience at the luxurious Taj Hotel.

Terms & Conditions

Travelers are requested to follow the given itinerary for 1 day Pune to Mumbai city tour package. Ideally this full day tour package cannot be customized, however if guests prefer to visit different set of places during this Mumbai same day trip from Pune, they can check the possibility of the same with the above listed car rental companies and request for a custom quote.

We recommend our guests to stick to the time spent at each tourist attraction in Mumbai as per the Itinerary schedule. In case of any delays or additional time spent at a particular place, driver or car rental company will not be responsible to cover all the places mentioned in the itinerary.

Please also note that if a particular sightseeing place is closed on the scheduled day of the tour, it may not be covered from the list of sightseeing places. Please check the possibility of visiting an alternate place with listed cab vendor before you book the tour.


Is there any possibility to add / remove tourist places in this Pune to Mumbai sightseeing tour?

Ideally, no. However guests can check if it’s possible to customize the tour with the above listed Pune cab vendors before booking the trip. Additional charges might apply.

Mumbai is a bustling metropolis full of unique attractions spread across the city. Booking a one day Pune to Mumbai tour by cab is the best way to explore Mumbai. With a rental car, you can easily access all the highlights of Mumbai without relying on public transportation or taxis. 

Our rental car offers maximum flexibility and convenience so that you can make the most out of your time in this amazing city. You will also save money on expensive taxi fares while having complete control over where you want to go and when you want to leave.


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