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Sitting on a jetty in the Arabian sea, this spectacular white mosque was built to honor and house the remains of the Muslim saint Haji Ali.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Lala Lajpatrai Marg | Mahalaxmi Race Course, Mumbai, India
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+91 90523 43500
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Reviewed yesterday

Have always wanted to visit the dargah but was very disappointed with the upkeep of the surroundings. Sad to see that these historic places are not taken care of at all. Path to the dargah is in bad shape and with hawkers and beggers sitting...More

Thank ppret
Reviewed yesterday

Haji Ali is always ion top of the list for Mumbai tourists like me, its an marvellous structure situated in middle of the sea, you will see this place is always crowded with visitors. Masha Allah

Thank Hanif C
Reviewed 1 week ago

if you visit Mumbai and you doesn't visit this place there is no mean to visit Mumbai, you can see prosperity in diversity in this place.

Thank GauravNwd
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Haji Ali Mosque can be seen in the middle of the sea near Worli. There is a small strip of land connecting the mainland to the mosque. During high tide, the strip actually submerges underwater and the place loses connectivity. This is again a peaceful...More

Thank FreeBird312
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

No matter what religion you are there is no restrictions to whom is allowed to visit and worship. An experience to remember. May the blessings of our GOD be with all.

Thank Sudesh S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A miraculous Mosque of Peer Haji Ali Bhukhari stand in arabiyan sea and visited by all there is a beautiful view of Mumbai from the mosque.

Thank Mansoor Y
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

One of the iconic places in mumbai. It is built on a rock in the middle of the sea and is connected by a bridge on which people can walk and reach the dargah. We visited this place in the rainy season . Before visiting...More

Thank Mrunal T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Well I have heard a lot about this place and thought why not let's go closer to Mosque though I have not been inside as because of attire I wasn't carrying which allows to be inside however tiny lane in ocean is something that you...More

Thank vikrant s
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Peaceful, serene and in the midst of Arabian sea. Feel good everytime you visit the dargah. During high tides the sea waves submerge the walkway completely.

Thank Saurabh G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A must-do on your visit to Mumbai. During the monsoons it is a bit precarious to travel to the Dargah on the walk-way created as the water from the ocean makes it a tad bit dangerous during high tide. But once inside, it is peaceful...More

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Ashok P
14 March 2018|
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Response from Manisha J | Reviewed this property |
you can keep the luggage near Haji Ali juice centre
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949sabaa
2 September 2015|
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Response from Abida D | Reviewed this property |
You can visit the dargah any day but check the tide timings. Its not safe during high tides.
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Harish R
6 April 2015|
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Response from Gopakumar1981 | Reviewed this property |
Since 1st May is a public holiday expect it to be crowded. Mornings ( around 10:30 am) and evenings (after 4:30 pm) would be the best time since it is summer.
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