Navi Mumbai

Navi Mumbai is a planned city off the west coast of the Indian state of Maharashtra in Konkan division. It was founded in 1971 as a satellite township to take the pressure off Mumbai city. t has seen rapid urban development in the recent years and the locality boasts a ton of interesting activities and sights to explore for a little bit of fun and recreation.

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Bawkhaleshwar Temple Navi Mumbai is located at Pawne gaon (village) in MIDC area in Navi Mumbai. Bawkhaleshwar temple is a scenic and well maintained place which houses three temples namely Shiva, Ganpati and Devi temple.

The temple is an inconspicuous gem , built on an area of nearly 2000 sq. ft. As per locals, nearly 15 years ago the honorable Naik family had found a stone in the shape of Lord Nandi and since then it was worshiped at the temple sight. However, after Shri Ganesh Naik's wife saw a dream, the leader decided to build a temple at the place. The temple has a huge arti...

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Belapur Fort
Within Navi Mumbai city limits
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Belapur Fort is a historical monument, built between the years of 1560 and 1570, by the Siddi people of Janjira. The fort was conquered only three times by the Dutch, Marathas and British East India Company. It is located within Navi Mumbai city limits.

The fort later lost its importance as the Bombay Presidency got expanded. It is located atop a hillock, near the mouth of the Panvel Creek. In 1682, the fort was recaptured by the Portuguese, who had managed to annex the regions controlled by the Siddis, near Belapur. In 1733, the Marathas, led by Chimaji Appa, wrested control ...

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Belapur Mango Garden
Within Navi Mumbai city limits
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The Belapur Mango Garden, located in CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai, is dedicated solely to cultivating mango trees.

In season, the park's trees are heavy with the weight of juicy mangoes. Besides mango trees, there are also activities for children here as the area has swings, seesaws and slides. The garden also has a mini pond where you can watch ducks swimming around.

The small and raw mangoes hanging from the trees are a delight to watch. The greenery and the calmness is soul soothing and is a wonderful place to spend time with friends and family. The garden is best visite...

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Bhavani Temple is popularly known as the Bhavani Khadkeshwar Temple, situated in Devale, near Karnala. This temple is located atop a hill and is surrounded by rock cut Buddhist Caves and old water tanks. It is located at a distance 27 kms from Navi Mumbai.

The main deity in the temple is Goddess Lakshmi, which attracts tourists throughout the year. The main gateway of the temple was beautifully constructed. The arhitecture of this temple is marvalous. The walls of the temple has intricate carvings and the temple is surrounded by small, beautiful, lush green gardens with blossoming...

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Bikaner House, Navi Mumbai
Within Navi Mumbai city limits
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Bikaner House located in Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra are the leading trader and wholesaler of a wide range of Lac Handicrafts, Rajasthani Wooden Handicrafts, Kids Traditional Wear.

Established in the year 1998, Bikaner House Under the headship of our mentor Ms. Veena Bahety, organization is moving ahead in this cutting-edge competition. The organization is engaged in offering a wide range of Lac Handicrafts, Rajasthani Wooden Handicrafts, Kids Traditional Wear, etc. Procured from authentic vendors, the products are manufactured using quality gemstones, white marble, wood, white metal ...

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Butcher Island, Navi Mumbai
27 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits

Butcher Island (Jawahar Dweep) is an island off the coast of Mumbai, located at a distance of 27 kms from Navi Mumbai. It has an oil terminal used by the port authorities to offload it from oil tankers. The crude oil is stored in oil containers on the island. From there they are piped to Wadala, in Mumbai where they are refined. This keeps the city relatively safe from a mishap. The dredging works are currently being undertaken to improve the navigable depths in and around the new terminal. It is a restricted area and most of the island is covered with dense vegetation. A hillock rises from th...

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Central Park, Navi Mumbai
7 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Central Park is an urban garden and park spread across 23, 24, and 25 sectors of Mumbai city. One of the largest parks in the continent of Asia, Central Park is considered to be one of the entertainment and cultural hubs of Mumbai. It is a peaceful green haven located just in the outskirts of the Metropolitan city, with a serene and reviving atmosphere. With a fantastic view of eye-soothing greenery and so much recreational activities going around, this park is always full of life. It is situated in Kharghar, which is at a distance of 7 kms from Navi Mumbai.

Central Park was opened...

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Maharashtra's first state-of-the-art Coastal and Marine Biodiversity Centre (CMCB) was inaugurated in Airoli on Sunday 30th April 2017. The Centre is located at the northern part of Thane Creek, an inlet in Maharashtra's shoreline that separates the two megacities of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai. It is located at a distance of 16 kms from Airoli.

During winter, Thane Creek, which is also one of the pilot sites of the CMPA project, is home to thousands of flamingos and other migratory wading birds. In recognition of the ecological importance of this waterbody, the Maharashtra Government i...

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D Y Patil Stadium
Within Navi Mumbai city limits
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D Y Patil Stadium is a cricket and football stadium which is the home ground of the Indian Super League franchise Mumbai City FC. It is named after the influential educator and leader of Indian National Congress in Maharashtra, D Y Patil. Famous for its unique design and architecture which enables better viewability for the spectators, this stadium has been the venue for many cricket and football matches.

This stadium which is the first among all the cricket stadiums of the world to have a concert level music system was inaugurated on 4th March 2008. Having a capacity to seat 55000...

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Dronagiri Fort
27 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Dronagiri Fort is situated on the top of the hill which is close to Uran town in Raigad district. It is located at a distance of 27 kms from Navi Mumbai.

The fort is accessible in all seasons. The trek to the fort is simple and safe. Being close to Uran and Karanja, the fort was strategic importance since old times. The entire hill is densely covered with forest. The fort was under the rule of Yadav of Devgiri. In 1530 The fort was repaired by the Portuguese. In 1535 the father Antono-de-porto constructed three churches Nosa senhora, N. S. Da Penha and Sam Francisco. In 16th centur...

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Elephanta Caves
45 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Elephanta Caves are a collection of cave temples principally dedicated to Lord Shiva. They are a UNESCO world heritage site, located 45 kms to the east side of Navi Mumbai, and 2 kilometres offshore west off the Jawaharlal Nehru Port.

It consists of Shaivite caves and a few Buddhist stupa mounds. The Caves contains rock cut statues and sculptures depicting the fusion of Hinduism and Buddhism and their ideas and iconography. The temples have been cut down from solid basalt rocks. Even though much of the artwork has been damaged, the orientation of the main temple are placed in a man...

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Elepphanta Islands
48.4 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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The Elephanta Islands also known as the Gharapuri Island or the Place Of Caves or the Pory Island, is one of the numerous islands in the Mumbai Harbour, east of Mumbai, India. The distance between the Elephanta Caves and Navi Mumbai varies with the road you are taking; the shortest or fastest route involves availing the ferry and the distance is about 48. 4 kms.

The Gharapuri Islands, (also known as the Elephanta Islands), lies to the Northest of the Gateway of India in Mumbai Harbour. They are known for the rock-cut temples on the Island which has led the UNESCO to declare it as a...

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Gadeshwar Dam
28 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Gadeshwar Dam is a small dam which can be reached easily from panvel bus station. There is also a small river crossing at this site, which ends at Dudhani village. It is located at a distance 28 kms from Panvel.

This dam is surrounded by paddy fields and green hills that can be reached by trekking through the nearby trails. Best time to come here is during monsoons. In summers it will be hot and sunny and the dam being small you will not get to see the downstream as well. It is photogenic place with lush greenry, so one can capture some beautiful moments here. The sight of water b...

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Hazrat Dawood Shah Sarkar Dargah, Navi Mumbai
16 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits

Hazrat Dawood Shah Sarkar Dargah, is located at a distance of 16 kms from Navi Mumbai. The Mazaar of Hazrat Dawood Shah Wali (R. A) measures 144 feet in length to be precise.

One of the miracles of Hazrat Dawood Shah Wali (R. A) is since his Dargah is situated in the interiors and was not cemented it used to wither away caused by strong winds but would again regain its shape once the winds subsided.

A Dargah is a Sufi Islamic shrine built over the grave of a revered religious figure, often a Sufi saint or dervish. People visit a shrine to perform a practice of visiting ...

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ISKCON Kharghar
7 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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ISKCON's Sri Sri Radha Madhan Mohan Ji Temple is a temple along with a unique cultural and Vedic educational center spread over an area of 8 acres. Various religious, cultural and educational activities go on in this temple year around. Construction of this temple started on 12th January 2012 after the Shilanyas ceremony according to religious rituals. It is the largest ISKCON temple in Mumbai. It is situated in Kharghar, surrounded by Sahyadri Hills, at a distance of 7 kms from Navi Mumbai.

ISKCON, International Society for Krishna Consciousness, better known as Hare Krishna Movem...

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Jewel Of Navi Mumbai
Within Navi Mumbai city limits
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Jewel of Navi Mumbai is built around Nerul lake. It is one of the best places in Navi Mumbai for hangout with family and friends. It has a Jogging track, park, clean lawn, kids toys and play garden.

It is well maintained, very clean and spacious with ample parking facility available. The Jewel of Navi Mumbai is a good spot to get that fitness game going and an ideal spot for kids to enjoy a game or two so that even they can stay in the pink of health. Even admittedly, it is also a healthy and much-needed respite for their eyes from the hours together screen time. Of course this par...

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Juinagar, Navi Mumbai
Within Navi Mumbai city limits
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Juinagar is a Sector 11 complex of Sanpada and is considered an external suburb of Nerul. The complex is a very attractive location that houses beautiful murals and glass sculptures. Its aesthetic appeal is the reason it is often used as a shooting location for films.

An area in Navi Mumbai, Juinagar is famous for it's artistic looks. Juinagar has lot much of beautiful murals and sculptures made of glass which is worth seeing. It is therefore popular location for the film shootings.

The main restaurant in Juinagar is Vina Restaurant for both vegetarian and non vegetaria...

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Kalavantin Durg, Panvel
27 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Kalavantin Durg is a hill and a fort easily seen from Panvel. The Kalavantin hill is situated opposite Matheran and next to Prabalgad Fort. It is located at a distance of 27 kms from the city of Navi Mumbai.

Kalavantin is a 500m high pinnacle on the northern edge of the Prabal plateau. Kalavantin Durg is good one day Trek near Mumbai. Kalvantin Durg was also called 'Stairways to Heaven'. According to ancient tribes, the fort was built for a queen named ‘Kalavantin'. Steps leading up to the fort have been cut into the rock face of the hill and a walk through lush-green thickets wil...

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Karnakal Bird Sanctuary
28.3 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Karnala Bird Sanctuary is a popular bird sanctuary, for bird watchers and trekkers, located in the Panvel taluka, Raigad District of Maharashtra, India. It lies on the Mumbai-Pune highway and covers an area of 4. 8 square kilometres. The average distance from Navi Mumbai to Karnala Bird Sanctuary is 28. 36 kms.

The sanctuary is home to over 222 species of birds out of which 161 are residential, 46 are migratory, three are breeding species, seven species are birds who are migrating from one place to another and come and rest in the sanctuary as it falls under their route, and five s...

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Karnala Fort
26.8 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Karnala Fort, also known as the Funnel Hill because of its shape, is a fort on the hill in the Raigad District. It lies at a distance of 10 kilometres from the city of Panvel, and currently lies protected within the Karnala Bird Sanctuary. From Navi Mumbai, the fort lies at a distance of 26. 8 kms.

It is said to be constructed before the 1400's under the reign of the Devagiri Yadavs and the Tughlaq Rulers; Karnala was the capital of the respective empires of the Northern Konkan districts. Before being captured by the Nizam Shah of Ahmednagar in 1540, it was for some time under the ...

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Kharghar Hills
6 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Kharghar Hills are lush green set of hillocks embracing the residential and commercial segments of Navi Mumbai. The hill are developed and maintained by the city and industrial development corporation of Maharashtra. They give a look and feel of a hill station especially in the monsoons making it an attractive trekking and hiking location. It is very close to Navi Mumbai, located at a distance of 6 kms.

It is a haven for adventure, nature and bird lovers and a good early morning picnic spot. A few years ago Kharghar Hills was a little difficult to access but a two lane tar road is ...

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The Little Flower Church is located on Hill top, just a 10 min walk from Nerul station. Falling under the parish of the Syro Malabar Christians of Nerul and Sanpada, the Church is quite easy to reach by any means of transport. The Church was founded in November 1988 under Thomas Thalachira. The church is built on a hilltop which has a picturesque view. The aesthetics of the church and the eastern customary edifice is unique on its own. The area in and around the church is peaceful and serene. Due to the close proximity of other religious shrines like Balaji Temple, the overall atmosphere in th...

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Malanggad Fort
26 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Malanggad (which is also known as Baba Haji Malang Gad or Malang Gad), is a hill fort which is located in the Matheran Hill Range in the Raigad District of Maharashtra. The fort is located at about 789 metres above the sea level. It is located at an approximate distance of 26 kms and takes about 50 minutes to reach from the city of Navi Mumbai.

The Malanggad Fort was built by the King Naladev of the Maurya Dynasty in the seventh century. The fort was originally the home to a Nathpanthi Saint named Machhindranath and was initially captured by the Marathas and later conquered by the ...

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Mandwa Beach
Within Navi Mumbai city limits
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Mandwa beach is most preferred and loved beach by many people, to have a wonderful trip with your near and dear ones. Mandwa is a stunning beach 12km away from Alibaug isolated from crowd and pollution, at a distance of 87 ms from Navi Mumbai.

The Mandwa beach not only offers you enjoyment, but also relaxation and chance to have fun of leisure activities that you may not be able to do in your hectic routine. One of the most sought after destination near Mumbai, this small waterfront village can be reached by a short ferry ride from the Gateway of India. The adventure activities ava...

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Meenatai Thackrey Udyan is loacted in Badlapur, Navi Mumbai. It is the one of the oldest and the biggest parks around. It is popular among both the youngsters and the elders and is nice and descent place to visit with our dear ones.

Meenatai Thackrey Udyan is one of the main gardens in Badlapur area. The park houses children's toys for children, nature-conscious environment for the elderly, and jogging tracks for young people. The gardens, which are spread around seven to eight gunthas, has more than four hundred trees of various types of big trees. There are some flowers in it and...

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Mini Sea Shore, Vashi
8 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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The Mini Seashore in Navi Mumbai is definitely worth visiting. Very similar to the Nerul lake, it is a popular hangout in Navi Mumbai, particularly in the mornings and evenings when the weather is nice and cool. Fitness enthusiasts flock here for their daily jogs and exercise. It is located at a distance of 8 kms from Navi Mumbai city center

Mini sea shore is famous place around the Navi Mumbai. And is popular among everyone from youngsters to the elders. We can see alot much of crowd getting attracted to place day by day. One can see alot of people jogging in the morning, and in th...

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Nerul Balaji Temple
7 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Nerul Balaji Temple, a temple dedicated to Lord Balaji, situated in Nerul can be said to be the exact replica of the famous Balaji Devastanam located in Tirupati, the Venkateshwara Temple. Located on a small hilltop, this temple offers a peaceful and spiritual getaway place from the always crowded city of Mumbai. In the neatly maintained greenery-blessed surroundings, many temples dedicated to various other Hindu gods can be seen. Balaji Mandir constructed strictly according to Shilpa Shastras follows a South Indian style of Dravidian architecture. Nerul, where the temple is located is only 7 ...

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Nerul Lake
Within Navi Mumbai city limits
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Navi Mumbai or New Mumbai is just outside of Mumbai and is often considered an extension of the city. It has seen rapid urban development in the recent years and the locality boasts a ton of interesting activities and sights to explore for a little bit of fun and recreation and the Nerul Lake is one such spot.

With a walking trail (almost) all around it, the lake makes for a beautiful evening walk – calm, breezy and peaceful. The Lake is visited by a number of migratory birds. The lake is an ideal place to enjoy the calmness of winds and waves in the middle of the hustles of the ci...

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Nerul Science Park
Within Navi Mumbai city limits
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Nehru Science Center (NSC) is the largest interactive science centre in India. It is located in Worli, Mumbai. The centre is named after India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. In 1977, the centre started with the 'Light and Sight' exhibition, and then in 1979 a Science Park was built. On 11 November 1985 it was opened to the public by Rajiv Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India.

Nehru Science Centre, the largest Science Centre in the country has a sprawling 8 acres (32,000 m2) of science park with varieties of plants, trees and shrubs. More than 500 hands-on and interac...

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Palm Beach, Navi Mumbai
Within Navi Mumbai city limits

The Palm Beach Road is a 10-kilometre-long (6. 2 mi) six-lane road and an up-market residential and commercial road that connects Vashi and Belapur through Sanpada, Nerul, running parallel to the Mumbai Harbour.

The Palm Beach Road is one of the most popular hangout places in Navi Mumbai. It is a six-lane road that connects the areas of Vashi, Belapur and Sanpada. Due to the popularity and beauty of the road, the surrounding area has seen a shoot up in its real estate prices.

The drive is a magnificent 10 kilometres long stretch with a wonderful view. The road has witne...

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Pandavkada Falls
9 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Pandavkada Waterfall, apart from being a natural splendour, has some strong mythological connections as well. It is said that this waterfall has been named after Pandavas who once took bath below this waterfall during their exile and there is a huge tunnel here which is known as Pandavkada ankit. Even though it is a famous picnic spot in Navi Mumbai area, it is recommended not to swim in the waterfall as it is not safe. It is located at a distance of 9 kms from Navi Mumbai city center.

Pandavkada Falls is a waterfall located in Kharghar, a suburb of Navi Mumbai. The waterfall, abou...

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Parsik Hill, Navi Mumbai
Within Navi Mumbai city limits
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Parsik Hill is located along the quiet outskirts of Navi Mumbai. It is a great spot for many trekkers and fitness enthusiasts who seek some calm and tranquillity. On top of the hill lies the residence of the mayor of New Mumbai. The hills also have a rail tunnel, called the Parsik Tunnel, which is one of the oldest in Asia.

The hill has 10 feet (3. 0 m) wide ridge that runs 7 kilometres (4. 3 mi) north and south, paralleling the railway lines. The hill is approximately 15 square kilometers area of reserved forests, crossing into sections of both Thane and the north side of Navi Mum...

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Pirwadi Beach
29 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Pirwadi Beach located at a distance of 29 kms from Navi Mumbai is located in a hamlet called Uran, part of Navi Mumbai city of Maharashtra state in Konkan division. It lies in the Raigad district, east of Mumbai across the Dharamtar Creek. Uran is primarily a fishing and agriculture village, which has developed into the special economic zone of Uran.

The scenic Pirwadi Beach is supposed to be one of the most visited beaches in Uran, which also lies in close proximity to the Mankeshwar Beach renowned for a Lord Shiva Temple. Apart from enjoying the sun and sand available in plenty a...

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Prabalgad Fort
26.4 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits
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Prabalgad (which is also known by the names - Muranjan, Pradhangad, Prabalmachi) is located between the cities of Matheran and Panvel in the Raigad district, in the state of Maharashtra, India. It was earlier known as Muranjan but was later renamed when it was taken over by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaja. The Prabalgad fort lies at an elevation of 2,300 feet (or 700 metres) in the Western Ghats. Its sister fort is Irshalgad (if you want to reach the peak then you need to have prior experience with rock climbing the equipments needed). To the North of the Prabalgad fort lies the Kalavantin Durg. ...

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Rajiv Gandhi Joggers Park, Navi Mumbai
Within Navi Mumbai city limits

Rajiv Gandhi Joggers’ Park, located next to Thane creek, is a prominent park especially popular with the locals. Visitors can sit on the steps in the park and enjoy a beautiful sunset as you look at the skyline that extends till the horizon. The Rajiv Gandhi Joggers Park, also known as jogger’s park, is in Vashi. The park was constructed by CIDCO (City and Industrial Development Corporation) with the intent to improve the attractiveness of Navi Mumbai. One of the most beautiful places in Navi Mumbai, Joggers Park is a perfect spot for the fitness freaks. It has around 2. 5 km jogging track tha...

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The Rock Garden is another little unique park. It is located very close to Nerul Railway Station. The rock garden is an artistic landscape carved out of rock caves. The garden has slides and swings and a children's playing area.

Rock Garden is a garden with little rock cut caves, aesthetically landscaped, children's play area with equipment like slides, swings etc. It has animal statues over a fairly large area. The entire area is on a piece of land so walking up and down over large lawns and paved ways is immense fun for children. Spread over 400 square kilometres of lush greenery...

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Sagar Vihar Garden, Navi Mumbai
8 kms from Navi Mumbai city limits

Sagar Vihar Garden is a popular tourist attraction which faces the Thane creek in Navi Mumbai. Its original name is Veer Savarkar Udyan and is popularly known by the name Sagar Vihar Garden. It is located at a distance of 8 kms from Navi Mumbai city center.

This garden has variety of flowers and provides beautiful views of the creek. Visitors can relax and unwind in the middle of the city at this garden. The seashore view and the blowing winds along the walking path makes it a must visit place to explore the beauty of nature.

Sagar Vihar Garden is a perfect place of rel...

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The name Ambarnath literally means 'Lord of the sky'. The ancient Ambreshwar Shiva Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, the construction of which dates back to 1060 AD in the 11th century. It is situated on the bank of Vadavan (Waldhuni) river, 2 km away from Ambarnath (East) railway station. It is located at a distance of 40 kms from Navi Mumbai.

This temple is a fine example of the Vesara style that was predominant in the central parts of India. Vesara style is essentially a tasteful blend of two schools of architecture, the Dravidian style and the Nagara style, in simple words, a mi...

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Sri Ayyappa Temple, Nerul
Within Navi Mumbai city limits

Nerul Sri Ayyappa is the favourite deity of tens of thousands of devotees living in Navi Mumbai and Mumbai. Situated at a prominent place in the landscape, Nerul Sri Ayyappa Temple is the realization of dreams of thousands of Ayyappa devotees and is a landmark in Nerul, the biggest node of Navi Mumbai.

The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) showed its respect to the temple and its deity by giving the name 'Swami Ayyappa Mandir Chowk' to the circle in front of the temple. In December, 1995, the Nerul Sri Ayyappa Seva Samiti constructed three sreekovils (sanctum sanctora) in th...

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Utsav Chowk, Kharghar
Within Navi Mumbai city limits
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Utsav Chowk is one of the most popular landmarks in Kharghar. It is situated at a distance of approximately 5 km from the main city and has been built in the Greek-Roman architectural style. There is a fountain, open spaces and gardens at this chowk, which is situated in the heart of Kharghar town.

Utsav Chowk is one of the famous landmarks of Kharghar, Navi Mumbai. Utsav Chowk is famous for it's architecture, it allures the viewer with its beauty and grandeur. Build by CIDCO, it has the largest circumference in entire Asia.

It has been beautifully decorated with multi...

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Vishnudas Bhave Auditorium, Vashi
Within Navi Mumbai city limits

Vishnudas Bhave Auditorium is located in Vashi, Navi Mumbai in state of Maharashtra. It is named in honour of, the pioneer of marathi theatre and leading dramatist "Vishnudas Bhave. " Here various events are conducted every year. Displaying the talents of the artists from every nook and corner of the country.

The need to promote the socio-cultural demand of Navi Mumbai's citizens gave birth to one of the finest landmarks of the city - Vishnudas Bhave Auditorium, named after the pioneer of Marathi theatre, Shri Vishnudas Bhave. Situated in the heart of Navi Mumbai, Vashi, Vishnudas ...

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Wonder Park is one of the best amusement parks in Mumbai which is quite famous around the city with some enthralling high tech rides. This park gets its name from the miniature replicas of the seven wonders of the world that are kept for display in this park. It is one of the biggest amusements parks in Mumbai being spread over an area of 30 acres. Offering some uncommon and extraordinary rides like Toy Train Rides, Ferris Wheel etc. and a serene and peaceful atmosphere, Wonder Park offers a good experience for the visitors. This Park is at a distance of 2 kilometers from the center of the cit...

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