When in India, the one thing you shouldn't miss going to when it comes to experiencing local culture and local color is a visit to the famous bazaars. Indian bazaars, especially ones as large as the Chor Bazaar, is full of incredible sights and color along with the multitude of wares being sold. Your tour exploring this bazaar begins with a meet up with your guide, and your walk will take you to the Antique Market section of the bazaar. In this incredible marketplace, you'll see tables and stalls full of antique Indian furnishings. You'll hear merchants and buyers haggling away over the items, and you might even learn a thing or two about how it's done. From here, you'll head to the nearby Bohri Mosque, where you can gain some knowledge about this particular sect of Islamic culture. And then you'll visit the Crawford Market, which is considered one of the most important on all of Mumbai. In this market, you'll see fresh produce (from fruits and vegetables to spices) and poultry being sold in huge piles. Live birds, cats and dogs are also sold in this market at its pet store area. Your last market stop is at the Null Bazaar, which specializes in jewelry. Walk through the lanes lined with stalls and shops selling gold and silver, along with ropes of pearls and gems. You will cap off the experience with some tea, snacks and kebabs at a famous local hangout spot, and maybe chat over your own purchases in the markets.