Sanjay Gandhi National Park

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The Sanjay Gandhi National Park is called the lung of the city. Far from the loud hustle and bustle of the metropolitan area, the national park is a complete contrast to its peaceful and serene environment. The National Park is the only one in the world that is present inside the city’s premises, covering an area of 103 square kilometers. This beautiful park is a very popular attraction, and it occupies most of Mumbai’s northern suburbs. One major highlight of the national park is the 2400-year-old Kanheri caves. These beautiful caves have been hand-sculpted by monks out of rocky basalt cliffs. The caves were once an important Buddhist learning center and pilgrimage site. The monks carved the caves with exquisite designs and Buddhist carvings. The park houses over 40 species of mammals, 150 species of butterflies, 250 species of birds, 78 species of reptiles, and a whopping 1300 species of plants. The park is known for housing endangered species of flora and fauna, which attracts a lot of visitors, making it one of the most visited parks in all of Asia.

More About Mumbai Tourism

India is popular for its diverse and colorful geography, which incorporates everything tourists are looking forward to. Mumbai, as the commercial and entertainment capital of India, plays a very important role in promoting tourism in India due to its unique combination of natural heritage and modern entertainment. Mumbai offers fantastic touring opportunities because, while it may sound cliche, this amazing city has it all, whether it be historical monuments or leisure sports, beaches or holy places, amusement parks or the cinema, shopping malls or local markets, restaurants or bars, you will find everything here. A trip to Mumbai will always be exciting because here you can relax at the beaches, shop through the shopping malls and local markets, visit beautiful landmarks representing the past and present, and so much more!

Millions of tourists visit Mumbai every year to discover a unique and wonderful side of India. They come to Mumbai to admire the mesmerizing beauty of the attractions and relax in the carefree environment of this amazing city. A tour in Mumbai will make sure you get to see India in a whole new light, a fascinating combination of the urban and modern. With endless touring opportunities and exciting activities, the city of dreams will become a place you will always want to return to for more. 

People Also Ask About Mumbai
  • Q: What are the best places to visit on a Mumbai Tour?


    The best places to visit in Mumbai are Gateway of India, Marine Drive, Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Shree Siddhivinayak, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Elephanta Caves, KidZania Mumbai, Nariman Point, Kanheri Caves, Juhu Beach, Haji Ali Dargah, High Street Phoenix, Essel World and many more.

  • Q: Which are the best religious places to visit in Mumbai?


    The best religious places in Mumbai are Shree Siddhivinayak Temple, Elephanta Caves, Global Vipassana Pagoda, Kanheri Caves, Mount Mary Basilica, Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Temple, Mahalakshmi Temple, and many more.

  • Q: How many days are enough to tour Mumbai?


    It requires a minimum of three days to properly tour through Mumbai. If you wish to explore the city even more thoroughly then you should plan a trip of at least 5-6 days.

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Mumbai?


    The best month to visit Mumbai is from October to February as the winter season is quite pleasant. Therefore, it is the best time to go traveling and sightseeing as the weather is moderately perfect to explore the city.

  • Q: Is Mumbai worth visiting?


    Yes, visiting Mumbai is totally worth it! The city is one of the friendliest and safest cities in India and a great place to visit during your vacation. The city has soo many touring opportunities and activities that the tourists would love to enjoy, and the food is simply amazing.

  • Q: Is Mumbai safe to travel to?


    Mumbai is a pretty safe city for tourists, whether they are local or foreign. One of the best and safest ways to tour Mumbai is by booking a tour package and exploring the city under proper guidance. In this way, you would not face any problems!

  • Q: Where can we try the best street food in Mumbai?


    Here is a long list of the best places to try Mumbai’s street food: Girgaum Chowpatty, Crawford Market, Khau Galli, Anand Stall, Fort, CST Station, Dadar, Haji Ali Juice Centre, Zaveri Bazaar Street, Mohammed Ali Road, etc.

  • Q: Which are the best places to visit at night in Mumbai?


    Mumbai is the entertainment capital of India, therefore nightlife in Mumbai is very happening and exciting. The top places one must visit during the night in Mumbai are Marine Drive, Juhu Beach, Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Neel, Leopold Cafe, Tryst, Olive, Matahaari, Kitty Su, Dome and so much more.

  • Q: What are the best places to stay in Mumbai?


    Following is the list of the top recommended hotels to stay in during your visit to Mumbai: Taj Mahal Palace, The Ferreiras, InterContinental, JW Marriott Sahar Airport, Residency Hotel Fort, JW Marriott Juhu, The Westin Mumbai Powai Lake, The Lalit Mumbai, Sahara Star Hotel, and so many more great option for you to choose from.

  • Q: What should we buy from Mumbai?


    Here is a list of the top souvenirs you can buy in Mumbai:

    • Traditional Embroidery Work
    • Leather Goods like Purses, Wallets, etc.
    • Incense and Perfume Oils
    • Traditional Indian Jewelry
    • Spices, Tea, and other condiments 
    • Home Decor Items, Wood Articles
    • Clothes and accessories, etc