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Books inspired by Mumbai

Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood to travel

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Shantaram

Gregory David Roberts

An absolute epic masterpiece of fiction writing set largely in and around Mumbai. It'll take a while to finish but it's beautifully written and worth every indulgent moment.

Mumbai Blog posts

From the UK's most popular travel bloggers

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4th February 2020 by While I'm Young

Things to do in Mumbai: 24 hour guide

One day in Mumbai is a quintessential Indian travel experience. The heaving city should be on every traveller’s itinerary, but it isn’t a destination known for its tourist attractions. Instead, the best things to do in Mumbai revolve around experiencing the hustle and bustle, sounds and smells of this overstuffed metropolis....

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13th August 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

How to apply for an Indian Tourist Visa – the new way!

If you’re wondering – ‘is it hard to get a visa for India?’ or ‘how do I apply for an Indian visa online?’, I’m happy to tell you that just a few years ago, it was pretty hard and time-consuming to get a tourist visa for India, but India has upped their game in the last few years and now it’s easy to get a visa for India online! In 2018 it was pretty easy to get a 2 month / 60 day tourist visa for India online as an e-Visa, but for someone like me who went to India for 4 months,...

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25th July 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

A 2 month India itinerary visiting North & South India

2 months or 60 days is how long you used to be able to travel and backpack India for whilst on the India Tourist E-Visa which you applied for online. As of 2019 most tourists wanting to visit India can now get a 1 year visa online straight away (there’s not even an option for 60 days anymore) instead of sending off passports to a visa office which is what I had to do to get a one year visa for India in 2018. However, the 60-day visa did work well as 2 months is a good amount of time to spend...