March 17-18: Weekend trips around Mumbai to sign up for
Go camping by the Pawna lake near Lonavla, where you can indulge in pedal boating and kayaking. With life jackets available, you can also go splashing in the lake even if you don't know swimming
Fun by the lake
Go camping by the Pawna lake near Lonavla, where you can indulge in pedal boating and kayaking. With life jackets available, you can also go splashing in the lake even if you don't know swimming. If you are a history buff, you can visit Tung, Lohagad, Visapur and Tikona forts in the vicinity.
From: March 17 to 18, 3.30 pm
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Cost: Rs 2,000
Take a guided tour of the Karnala Bird Sanctuary organised by the BNHS. The deciduous base forest is home to birds like Asian paradise flycatcher, black-naped monarch, small sunbird and Nilgiri flowerpecker.
On: March 18, 6 am meeting point Dadar TT, Diamond Garden, Chembur and Vashi Junction.
Entry: Rs 1,100
Tales from the fort
Few Mumbaikars know about the hidden gem of Arnala Island, just 9 km away from Virar. Take a tour of the historic Arnala fort and camp by the beach for a relaxing weekend getaway.
From: March 17 to 18, 1.55 pm meeting point Churchgate Station
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Cost: Rs 1,500
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