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Went on a Sunday afternoon around 430 pm and had a good short visit. There are many caves to see. The distance from the main gate is quite far so either take the bus or a private taxi which requires a ticket for the taxi...More
The best and most green place (in winter and spring) in Mumbai. The beautiful sculptures and caves constructed wihtin mountains. You feel how apes did so much with so less tools. Its so huge and wide spread, you will feel this is high enough and...More
A must visit if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of Mumbai city. Located inside the Sanjay Gandhi National Park SGNP Or National Park as it’s locally known. It’s situated in the north western suburb of Borivali (on the east side...More
Really nice place but poorly maintained and diffi ult to reach. Poor information so you don't understand how the place works.
I took an Uber, arriving at the park entrance the guard said Uber was not allowed. To enter with the car I would have...More
I did not know such a place exist so close to Mumbai. It is like you travel back in time. Surprisingly there were few travellers only which gave good opportunity to click spectacular photos. One day is not enough to cover all the caves. There...More
This place is very close to and must visit cultural site. When you visit make sure return journey arrangements. We visited using Uber but when you enter park no signals. So you can get lost. Very valuable for Buddhists but no religious activities. People use...More
I last visited Kanheri caves a couple of years ago but am summarising my previous visits. These are a series of caves, numbered, prehistoric and made by Buddhist monks. Being frequented by animals i think it has a particular smell emanating from them and it...More
This is must see in Mumbai if you have the slightest interest in history and sculpture. This place is hidden in the hill in the SGNP. You must see the main caves which are near the entrance. Lookout for the underground tanks created to store...More
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The main cave is just 30 meters from the entrance where there are guards posted. In terms of seclusion, there are many visitors and people go with families. I don't think it would be a problem for a lone woman.