During the 18th & 19th century, Mumbai used to face the East as most people entered and exited the city from the port area. Hence, the inconsequential West Coast was called the ‘Back Bay’. Plots along the rocky sea face were acquired by various communities to bury or cremate their dead as they were considered to be away from the town.
As the town grew, the paddy fields and coconut groves in the area were converted into a residential zone that we call ‘Girgaon’. It is here that these new citizens had some old neighbours to deal with, a little too old! So join us on this super spooky, first-of-its-kind ghost walk to see how the dead and the living interact with each other on a day to day basis. With a visit to a graveyard at midnight. While we can’t guarantee that you’ll see any ghosts, they will see YOU!
2 hours Guided Walk
You will be walking for almost two hours, please wear comfortable walking shoes. Avoid sandals / floaters.
Please carry drinking water, snacks, personal medications
Age Limit: Participants must be 18 years of age or older
Physical Requirements: This walk will be through dimly lit alleys and graveyards and hence those having heart ailments should not join the walk.
Cancellation Policy: 15 days or more in advance – No cancellation fee
Between 14 and 7 days in advance – 50% cancellation fee
Less than 7 days in advance – 100% cancellation fee
Get your haunt on
We begin with a small round of introduction and then proceed with the walk.
The walk will start from S.K. Patil udyan, the host will narrate the stories related to a particular area as we walk past each location covering every spooky detail.
And things get really crazy now
The walk will end at a graveyard at the stroke of midnight!
Highlights of the walk
- A trapped European soldier
- The chawl of ghosts
- The dead waiter who won’t allow the business to prosper
- Early morning bath of the water nymphs
- A ghost who protects you from ghosts
- The grave that likes butter offerings
- Haunted horse stables
- The ghost who tickles
- Story of the ass curse
- And of course, the legendary ‘Mankapya’ of KhotachiWadi
The minimum age for this walk is 18 years and above. Certain parts of the walk, especially the visit to the graveyard would not be suitable for children.
Can’t really guarantee that. But they will see YOU.
Please wear comfortable walking shoes as you will be covering an area of more than 2 kms over two hours.