A city’s heritage resides in its stories, not in its monuments. When those stories are forgotten, even standing monuments become as good as invisible and heritage is lost. We, at Khaki Tours, are on a quest to rediscover and popularise Mumbai’s heritage by unearthing and narrating its lost stories on our heritage tours – on foot or from the comforts of an open jeep!


One of the best ways to get to know the city and its heritage is by exploring its streets on foot. Our walks are immersive experiences which recreate the magic of bygone eras of Mumbai.

Team Khaki regrets to announce the indefinite postponement of all scheduled public walks and events as a precautionary measure to stop the coronavirus pandemic from spreading. We will update you about future events as and when it is possible to hold public events without risk. Thank you for your co-operation. Please stay safe.
You can select a range of 2.5 Hour walks as per your convenient date and time.
  • #Castle2Gateway
  • #SacredBanganga
  • #FishingVillage
  • #BazarWalk
  • #DiscoverDharavi

Hosting Charges

No of Guests INR
Up to 2 5500
3-5 7000
6-10 9500
11-15 11000




What better way to explore Mumbai than with the wind in your hair, and wonder in your eyes. Do join us as we head into this first-of-its-kind-journey in an open jeep! You can select a range of rides as per your convenience

2.5 Hour Rides 4 Hour Rides

*Coming Soon

Jeep Hosting Charges: From INR 2200 per person

The Jeep can accommodate maximum 5 guests


Jeep Hosting Charges: From INR 2600 per person

The Jeep can accommodate maximum 5 guests


Mumbai in the 1700s: Paintings by James Wales
A KHAKI Lab exhibition

James Wales, a self-taught Scottish artist, arrived in India in 1791 and stayed here till his death in 1795. During his time in the country, he painted several portraits of leading figures of the Maratha court such as Peshwa Sawai Madhavrao and Nana Fadnavis. He also documented the sculptures of Ellora and Elephanta through his art. Among his other paintings are landscapes of the isles of Mumbai from those times. James Wales is thought to have died in Thane in November 1795.

On the occasion of KHAKI’s 5th anniversary, the KHAKI Lab is proud to host an exhibition of James Wales’ paintings of Mumbai in the 18th century. Along with the reprints of the original paintings, photographs of Mumbai in the 21st century from the very same vantage points will also be displayed. The exhibition will be inaugurated on 23rd January, 2020, at 6 pm by Mr Cyrus Guzder, Chairman, AFL Limited, and a leading supporter of heritage conservation efforts in the city. The exhibition will run till 26th January from 10 am to 6 pm.

Other events around the exhibition include
– A talk on ‘James Wales’s Mumbai – Then and Now’ by Bharat Gothoskar, Founder & CEO, KHAKI, on Saturday, 25th January, 2020 at 6 pm,
– A #TalkTheWalk session with Dr Uday S Kulkarni, author of ‘James Wales: Artist and Antiquarian in the court of Peshwa Sawai Madhavrao’ on Sunday, 26th January, 2020, at 11.30 am. The book will be launched on the occasion. Eminent artist, Sameer Kulavoor, will also speak on ‘Art as the Chronicler of Times’ at the event.

For more details, visit our facebook page here.


A safari trip to Mumbai’s past

The Indian Express, 19th Dec’16

Things to do in Mumbai today

Mumbai Mirror, 8th Dec’16

Insider’s guide to Bhuleshwar

Hindustan Times, 10th Nov’16

Mumbai’s hidden secrets

DNA, 9th Aug’16

Art, fashion and Kala Ghoda

The Mint, 22nd Aug’16

Relearning Mumbai’s yesterdays

Asian Age, 16th July’16


Coming Soon… a magazine on tangible and intangible heritage of Mumbai and beyond!