Kitty from the big bad city. Feline repose against the city that dreams but never sleeps Photo Credit: No Footprints Mumbai’s Facebook page

This ‘de-tour’ Guide Company Is Changing The Way Foreign Tourists View Mumbai City

By, Simona Terron

Young and proud of this city, Harsh And Eesha set up No Footprints, which offers jaded or clueless foreign tourists to Mumbai an insight into the belly of the beast. What most people don't know is that this crazy metropolis has hidden stories just waiting to be discovered. With a battery of well-spoken and even more well-informed guides, they conduct what they call ‘de-tours,’ taking visitors into the maze of micro-bylanes within Worli village, an 800-year-old fishing hamlet juxtaposed with the iconic Bandra-Worli sealink; to see Mumbai at dawn where an entire community of flower vendors, milkmen, newspaper delivery boys and fruit n veg sellers carry out their transactions and disappear even before the city is fully awake; and Bollywood tours that let firangs in on a small slice of popular Indian cinema.

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Simona Terron