Trek at SGNP will lead you to Mumbai's highest point
In case you're still wondering if Rajabai Tower or Malabar Hill is the highest point in Mumbai; well, it isn't
In case you’re still wondering if Rajabai Tower or Malabar Hill is the highest point in Mumbai; well, it isn’t. Far away from the concrete jungle, deep in the city's lone forest, is a trek that will lead you to the city's highest point.
The forest trail through Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar
Participants can meet the organisers at the main gate of Sanjay Gandhi National Park where their naturalist will guide the group all the way to the top, sharing interesting information about the forest.
This easy trek offers chances to hear birdcalls and spot fauna. Breakfast will be at Kanheri hills while lunch can be enjoyed with a view of Mumbai’s three lakes of Tulsi, Vihar and Powai.
On: Sunday, 12th June
Meeting point: Outside Sanjay Gandhi National Park gate
Meeting time: 7.15 am
Cost: Rs 1,150 per head
[Cost Includes Park entry fees, vehicle permit (if you’re driving down), forest permission charges, Kanheri Caves entry, naturalist expertise, basic vegetarian breakfast and packed vegetarian lunch].