What Is It?

The Highest Point trek up to the Jambhulmal peak at Sanjay Gandhi National Park is where you should be this Sunday morning to see a beautiful, never seen before view of the city {three lakes and a skyline, guys}.

Who Is It For?

For anyone and everyone. If you’re looking at doing something new and fun to make 2017 an amazing year already, then what better way to start this than by looking over a beautiful city view?

Why Should I Go?


Photo source: Rudolph.A.furtado via Wikimedia Commons

Is that even a question? The Highest Point trail to Jambhulmal peak is one of the inaccessible trails of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Through this amazingly scenic trail, you can discover the forests that are right in your neighborhood but you had little knowledge of. And when at the top, you will be welcomed with a stunning, panoramic view comprising three lakes – Tulsi, Vihar and Powai against the backdrop of the city spread in front of you.

Anything Else?

The day begins at 7:15am where everyone gathers at the SGNP Gate, Borivali, which is followed by a ride to the Kanheri caves, and the trek after a short brief about trek. You will reach your destination by 11 am, and will have ample time to soak in the beauty and your natural surrounding. Upon coming back down, you will be served lunch. The day ends at 3pm, and the entire experience will cost you only INR 1,000. Click here to check out their Facebook page and book your spot.

Where: Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali

When: 7.15am onward, Sunday, Jan 8

Featured photo source: Shaikh Farhid via Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 4.0)