Best things to do in Navi Mumbai and sightseeing in Navi Mumbai
Navi Mumbai, is the twin city of Mumbai. It is a beautiful city about 29 kms to the northeast of Mumbai. Travel and business is booming in this satellite township, which is separated from Mumbai by the Arabian Sea.
The city is well connected with Mumbai, through bridges like Vashi and Airoli. With Eastern Express highway Navi Mumbai is hardly a 40 min. drive to Marine drive. Our apartments in Navi Mumbai are strategically located to access commercial hub like Belapur & Jawaharlal Nehru Port , which is the largest port in Navi Mumbai .
Navi Mumbai boasts scenic beauty of all three ie land, water & hill in one sight , thus presents a beautiful sight to behold, leaving you completely mesmerized by its beauty.
While visiting the parallel city, check out the Sagar Vihar Garden, Utsav Chowk, Wonder Park, Bird watching area behind Seawoods, Balaji Temple, Iscon Temple , Golf Course , Pandavkada Falls , Nerul lake & not to miss is ferry ride to Elephanta caves.
A relaxing evening walk at Nerul lake or pond
Nerul's water pond is a water pond situated in Nerul, Navi Mumbai, at sector-18 opposite to sector-20 on Jai Bhavani road. It is surrounded by residential complexes and a play park for children. The pond is decorated by surrounding coconut trees. During festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi and Nava Rathri, idols of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Durga are immersed here in this pond. This pond is thirteen feet deep and has a parallelogram shape. Nerul villagers fish in this pond.
An adventurous day at Belapur Fort
Belapur Fort is a fort near the township of Belapur in Navi Mumbai (New Bombay), Maharashtra, India. The fort was built by the Siddis of Janjira. It was later conquered by the Portuguese, and then Marathas. In the early 19th century, the fort was captured by the British. After the British gained supremacy in the region, with the expansion of the Bombay Presidency, the strategic importance of the fort declined, and it fell into disuse.
A rejuvenating trekking to Parsik Hill
Parsik Hill is a hill in the Mumbai metropolitan area, in the Thane district of Maharashtra, India. It has a rail tunnel called Parsik tunnel. It is one of the longest and oldest tunnels in India and 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 Mumbai, where quarrying has removed the trees from the hill. In 1985, the highest peak rose to 235 metres (771 ft). Also on the top of hill stands the official residence of the Mayor of Navi Mumbai.