India provides you travel opportunities of all kinds, of all forms, and for everyone. We at Active Holidays believe in presenting Mumbai and Goa - Western India in a way that is quite unique, unexplored, and unhindered. We want to show you the possibilities that are immense and unending. Come to Mumbai & Goa, Active Holidays will provide you all the facilities whilst you are on your personal journey ...Read More
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Food n Mumbai is rather unusual compared to other cities in India; when visiting another Indian city you can expect to try unique local dishes featuring flavours that are not so prevalent elsewhere. Whereas in Mumbai, many of the popular dishes are Mumbai takes on the local cuisine of other areas that have been modified and sometimes transformed.
It never truly gets cold in Mumbai, with 15 degrees Celsius being the lowest you can expect during winter months. It is best to avoid the area around the months of June to September as the monsoon season tends to make travel hard. We recommend exploring Mumbai from October to March when you can expect to find the temperatures nice and warm and the humidity low. The temperature here is generally always around 30 degrees Celsius. If you want to experience Mumbai’s culture at its finest then you should consider visiting around January and February when festivals and fairs bring the place to life.
The coastline is really where you need to be on a Goa trip. We’ll pick out some of our favourite beaches in the next section but there are a few other spots worth checking out. Click on the images to find out about more about these other interesting places to visit in Goa.
As the four historical capital cities of Morocco, Fes, Marrakech, Meknes and Rabat are referred to as the country's Imperial Cities. Each of these magnificent cities has its own special charm and all are well worth exploring. The city of Fes was founded between 789 and 808 by Idris I of the Idrisid dynasty which ruled from 788 to 974. Today, Fes is Morocco's third largest city and home to around one million people. Visitors to this vibrant city, which has alternatively been called the 'Athens of Africa' and 'Mecca of the West', will find a wealth of history and culture to enjoy.