The Sea and We: Koli Culture in Bombay

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Important Information

What is the duration of this walk?
It will be for about 7 hours.

What is the mode of commuting?
We will be using Local Taxis (Black & Yellow) for commuting during this walk.

Can I bring my camera?
Photography is not permitted at the docks. The fishing community does not like to be photographed. Please respect their need for privacy. We will be happy to share some stock photographs for your holiday albums

What should I wear and carry?
Please dress modestly in comfortable clothes, ensuring you have adequate protection against the sun and have a cap. Do put on a pair of comfortable shoes and carry drinking water with you.

I am very concerned about what I eat during my trip to India.
On our trips, we always try and give you a taste of regional cuisines wherever you visit. Please remember you could give special instructions asking for less spicy food. Fruits and vegetables purchased to be eaten raw must be thoroughly washed before consumption. Everything smells appetizing but when trying street food please choose freshly cooked food. We discourage non-vegetarian street food in general except for places recommended by us.

What will the weather be like?
India is a huge country with varied geographical landscapes, and like everything else the climate in India is equally diversified. Please verify the climate of each region according to the period you wish to travel.

What you need to bring

- Good walking shoes and some extra pairs of socks
- A cap/hat
- Sun Screen(Max SPF)
- Sun Glasses
- A camera

Meet your host :
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With his unique approach, Ramanand is able to offer an insight into the maya nagri of Bombay that even Shantaram and Slumdog Millionaire cannot. He's the perfect companion to discovering just how many cities lurk under Mumbai's name, which makes him popular with locals and visitors alike, whichever part of this country or the world they've come from. All are welcome, as long as they're willing to breakaway.
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