The capital city of Maharashtra, Mumbai has a lot of options for those who want to travel to it and explore it on their own. Solo travelling not only opens you up for newer opportunities, but it also refreshes you while enabling better thinking.

If you are a solo traveller in Mumbai, some of the things that you must do are:

1.Explore Elephanta Island Caves by a local jetty – This destination is a favourite of many. People spend hours here in peace, and the journey to Elephanta Island is just enchanting as the destination itself. The journey starts at Gateway of India and the fare is around INR 180-200 for a two-way journey. Enjoy the perfect jetty ride to Elephanta Island and when you reach the destination in about 45 minutes, explore the local area, its cuisine, and culture to your heart’s content.

2.Take a morning walk at Marine Drive – There’s nothing quite as beautiful in this city as the morning view of Marine Drive. Walk down the Marine Drive in the morning while watching a gorgeous sunrise and sipping on tasty, cutting chai!

3.Taste the street food of Mumbai – A trip to Mumbai will always be considered incomplete if it does not include sampling the super famous street food of Mumbai. Try vada pav, keema pav, egg pav, chocolate sandwich, thick cold coffee, bun maska with chai, pani puri, bhelpuri, shivpuri, and much more at the street stalls of Mumbai that are practically present all over the city. Present at almost every railway station or even at a street corner, it’d be hard for any food lover to not go absolutely crazy over Mumbai’s street food.

4.Explore Mumbai and its hidden gems – If you are a solo traveller in Mumbai, then you must visit its hidden treasures like the Juhu Beach for a serene evening walk and Colaba Causeway for a good shopping experience. You should also visit Worli Sea Face, Shivaji Park, Versova Beach, Girgaum Chowpatty, and other such places to understand the different hues and moods of Mumbai.

As a solo traveller, there are certain safety measures that you must undertake to ensure your wellbeing. One of them that tops the list is to book your hotel in Mumbai beforehand to avoid any last minute cancellations or hassles. Mumbai hotels offer a vast range of options for its visitors, starting from affordable to luxury hotels. If you want presidential services and facilities like golf, luxury dining, wellness centre, gym, spa centre, food sherpa trails, etc., then you should do your research accordingly well in advance. It is also advised to book your tickets at least a couple of months before to save on travel expenditure.