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Deccan Odyssey - Maharashtra Wild Trail (Land Only) | 8 Days 7 Nights

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Things to Do in Mumbai

  • Sanjay Gandhi National Park

    Sanjay Gandhi National Park is a significant wildlife reserve which impresses visitors with its diverse flora and fauna. It was formed in 1969 by merging different forest reserves with the Borivali National Park, which was 20.26 sq km in area. The geographical expanse of the national park thus formed was 104 sq km.

    The landscape of this park is made of sparkling lakes, gurgling rivers, beautiful valleys and undulating hills. More than 800 types of flowering plants have been recorded here, which include karvi, a flower that blossoms once in a period of eight years. The rich fauna of this park includes 36 mammal species, 62 varieties of reptiles and 5000 kinds of insects. Leopards, lions, tigers, rhesus monkeys, hare, sambars, langurs, macaques and chitals are some of the animals that can be seen roaming freely in the premises of this reserved zone. Atlas Moth – the largest moth species of the world – can also be spotted in this national park.

    You can opt for a wildlife safari organised by the park authorities here. A prominent highlight of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park is the group of 2400-year old caves, known as Kanheri Caves. Carved from rock cliffs, these ancient caves attract historians, archaeologists and several other people from places near and far.

  • Rajabai Clock Tower

    Rajabai Clock Tower is situated within the compound of Fort Campus in the University of Mumbai. Sir Gilbert Scott designed the structure of the tower, which bears resemblance to London’s Clock Tower – Big Ben. Its foundation stone was laid in the year 1869 and has been named after Premchand Roychand's mother Rajabai. Known as the Cotton King, Premchand Roychand had borne the entire cost of the construction of the tower.

    Measuring around 280 feet in height, this clock tower flaunts a perfect amalgamation of Gothic and Venetian styles of architecture. It has a huge clock, which is visible from quite a distance and rings at fixed intervals. During the British rule, the clock played 16 different tunes including Rule Britannia, A Handel Symphony, Home! Sweet Home! and God Save the King. However, now it only plays one tune. From intricately engraved spiral staircase to colourful stained glass windows, this architectural marvel has many impressive features. The tower houses the university's library and a gallery that speaks at length about the rich culture of the city.

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How to Reach Mumbai

By Air

Mumbai is the gateway to India for a large number of travellers and is extremely well connected by air with most major destinations around the world as well as in India. The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport lies about 30 kilometres north of the city. The Santa Cruz Domestic Airport is about 4.5 kilometres from the international airport and 26 kilometres north of the city.


By Train

Mumbai is very well connected to rest of India by trains. Trains travelling from Central, East and West India arrive at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, or VT as it used to be called. Trains from the North arrive at Mumbai Central Station.

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Best Time to Visit Mumbai

Mumbai is the gateway to India for a large number of travellers and is extremely well connected by air with most major destinations around the world as well as in India. The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport lies about 30 kilometres north of the city. The Santa Cruz Domestic Airport is about 4.5 kilometres from the international airport and 26 kilometres north of the city.

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