Nature & parks in Mumbai

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Nature & Parks in Mumbai

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  • AparnaSharma
    Mumbai, India216 contributions
    Despite having lived in Mumbai all my life, I had never ever visited Kanheri Caves. It took a few European friends of mine who were on their very first visit to India who got a strong recommendation for Kanheri Caves from a German tourist to have me explore the idea.
    Nestled in Borivali East is a world that seems unexplored, untouched. Blanketed in green, enveloped on all sides by Mother Nature, these caves are perhaps the most untouched part of this crazy chaotic city of Mumbai.
    You'll find it difficult to believe that we five were the ONLY tourists in this entire Kanheri zone.
    These Buddhist caves are archaeological heritage monuments dating back to the period between 1st&10th century AD. A total of 110 caves including some that are inaccessible have the most aweinspiring carvings, frescoes & ancient paintings & engravings that one can ever imagine.
    The access to these caves is from brilliantly maintained stairways that are as ancient as the caves themselves. The acoustics of some of the caves are phenomenal with perfect echoing that lends a mystic aura to the site.
    One of the security guards offered to share his knowledge about the caves, precious information on their history, especially the different mudras of the Buddhist statues & the various components of the sculptures.
    Make it a point to visit the topmost point which is a table-top part of the hillock.
    Impossible to believe that such a serene verdant slice of land is a part of the cacophonic city of Mumbai.
    Written 30 December 2021
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  • Sanjay mahavar
    Cuttack, India12 contributions
    I visited this place with my family. I enjoyed very much the sea beach .It is also famous as Juhu chopati.
    Written 18 July 2021
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  • Rani75
    Mumbai, India128 contributions
    This beach a family place. people go for a picnic. Beach, games, sunset, walk and food is all you need
    Written 9 March 2021
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  • Reshma Shetty
    Mumbai, India50 contributions
    Cycling inside SGNP post monsoons is sheer delight! It gets a little crowded sometimes. So best to go early mornings. But the entire trail leading right upto Kanheri caves is a sight for sore eyes.
    Written 6 December 2021
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  • Kunaal zende
    1 contribution
    I heard that pdp gets closed till 6pm, now a days early because of omicron virus being, sooh guys want be at their be early enough because its getting close
    Written 16 January 2022
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  • Marion L
    19 contributions
    Nice to see a big city has kept and maintained a large area for so many people to watch and play cricket. The history of the buildings around the park were also interesting
    Written 28 February 2020
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  • Sanjib S
    Mumbai, India12 contributions
    Somewhat quite place within Mumbai suburb. There are decently clean places to stay near beach. One resort on the beach and little expensive. You will find all regular run of the mill popular dishes on the menu. If you like seafood, local fresh catch is available, please talk to the resort manager of chef.

    Good place to laze around on quite beach. Water is not so clear & seashore is rocky and dangerous to venture into the water. No life guard is available.
    Written 11 February 2020
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  • Sandy_JSR
    Jamshedpur, India1,175 contributions
    Kamala Nehru Park is part of the Hanging Gardens complex, located at Malabar Hill Mumbai. The park has a lash green landscape and surroundings, that makes it an excellent relaxation / picnic spot for family and friends. There is a viewpoint in the park which provides beautiful view of the Nariman Point, Marine Drive, Chowpatty beach etc. Local vendors, selling local street food can be spotted in and around the park.
    Written 26 July 2021
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  • Sandy_JSR
    Jamshedpur, India1,175 contributions
    Chowpaity is a public beach situated along the Queen’s Necklace adjoining Marine Drive. The beach is known for its lip-smacking local street food like Pao Bhaji, Bhel Puri, Pani Puri, Kulfi-Faluda, Gola etc. at reasonable rate. The beach is also well-known for Ganesh Visarjan celebrations. Not a very long beach but with colorful lights, aroma of street food, calming sound of the sea waves, and attractive local market, the beach has a lively setting especially in the evening time.
    Written 26 July 2021
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  • jojo
    Navi Mumbai, India1,697 contributions
    The beautiful Seashore Park having walking and jogging tracks for health enthusiasts along with shades and seats best suited for relaxation ,watching the sunset and cold breeze. reopened after pandemicnow with different look being renovated. The panorama having rocks filled water sea view and clouds were so natural and enchanting .Kids playing equipment were also available .It was properly maintained. Entry was free and the timing was from 6 am to 12 noon and 4 pm to 9 pm.
    Written 11 November 2021
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  • Rani75
    Mumbai, India128 contributions
    Clean beach...
    can take a long walk
    horse riding
    sunset
    drive
    food
    ATV ride
    Beach is neat and clean
    Ideal for picnic
    Written 8 March 2021
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  • Sunita L
    Mumbai, India20 contributions
    Visited the Byculla Zoo alongwith my 4 year old daughter.

    The Zoo is a very huge property with lots of new enclosures being constructed.

    Wrt the animals, there were limited animals in the Zoo. The signage in the zoo listed a lot of animals but we manage to see.... 1 Elephant, 1 Tiger, 2 Cheetahs, lots of Spotted Deers, 1 jackal, 1 baby turtle, 2 snakes that were coiled up and sleeping so it took a while for us to spot the snakes, 1 bear and 2 or 3 Penguins.

    The enclosures for the above animals were quite big and seemed comfortable for them.

    There were also variety of birds such as the military macaw, the red beak parrot, etc. The aqua birds enclosure was very beautiful however it needs to be cleaned as it stinks and can be infectious to asthmatic patients and otherwise as well

    When we enquired with the security around for other animals we were told that after completion of the renovation the zoo is expected to have many more species of animals including lions, crocodiles, monkeys etc. So probably vl make our next visit then.

    The zoo has a beautiful seperate playing area for small and big kids which was nice and safe.

    There are many beautiful gardens and shades where people cud just relax and enjoy the surrounding greenery.

    There are also many open sheds which was a nice relaxing place, however fans need to be installed which can provide a lot of relief on hot sunny days.

    One can comfortably spend an entire day at the zoo.

    The only drawback of the zoo is directions....i felt it shld be a little more precise and should have proper arrows indicating the directions.

    As the zoo is very huge each enclosure should be numbered in sequence and labelled so visitors don't miss out on spotting any animals.

    The signboards should have been displayed at appropriate locations so that visitors can easily move around the zoo and cover everything in the zoo. It's gets very confusing as to which direction one needs to enter next after covering one area as the zoo is huge.
    Written 17 March 2022
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  • VijayDubai
    Thane, India78 contributions
    Aarey Colony is the greenest place in Mumbai. One will really get thrilled with lush green surroundings, clean air and peaceful environment here. During the rainy season this place becomes even more beautiful. I have visited this place with my friends one or tow times. There is a good restaurant at the top, which serves mouthwatering food.
    Government should preserve Aarey Colony should declare it forest land, so that the beautiful Eco-system of this place can be maintained.
    Written 9 October 2019
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  • Sandy_JSR
    Jamshedpur, India1,175 contributions
    The Hanging Gardens in Mumbai is a terraced gardens situated at Malabar Hill, just opposite to Kamala Nehru Park, the garden is in the middle of the bustling city. Entry is free, as part of city tour, we visited the park in early afternoon. The park has several hedges carved into animal shapes, an attractive flower clock situated in the middle of the garden, different types of plants and flowers. It is a green space spreads over a vast area of land with pathway for moving around the garden. However, in the hot weather, moving around the Garden may be tough due to limited trees / shades. It is a popular spot for the locals as well.
    Written 12 July 2021
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  • Voyager_on_earth88
    Ahmedabad, India72 contributions
    Better than most places in Mumbai. Serene. No-nonsense crowd.
    I usually travel for 50ish km to get this kind of a peaceful environment.
    Not crowded like sea face or Marine lines, with the same beauty.
    Written 2 January 2020
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