Picnic Spots in Mumbai

Thinking of spending some fun time with family and friends, then here are some of the best options for one day picnic places for you where you can spend your weekend exploring some new adventures, a calm day with serene atmospheres and most of all some alone time with your loved ones away from the chaos of daily life. Here are some of the best places go on a picnic or spend some memorable time with your family.

Essel World in Mumbai

Mumbai's international style theme park, Essel World is situated in Gorai, Mumbai. Known as India's largest amusement & water park with 13 family rides, 9 adrenaline thumping thrill rides and 9 children's rides Essel World has all the reasons to be your family weekend gateway. Special ferries take you across the park and the entrance fee includes a fixed number of sites such as standard roller coaster and adventure themes, plus a water world section and it also offers special low budget offers in monsoon and  deals on weekends.

Essel World in Mumbai


Ajanta and Ellora Caves near Mumbai

The famous Ajanta Caves located in Aurangabad District, Maharashtra are a culmination of 300 rock cut Buddhist caves which includes beautiful paintings and sculptures which are honored to be the example of finest art of Indian architecture. It's like spending a day with our religious heritage as well knowing more of Indian culture, art and architecture.

Just 100 km from Ajanta Caves is archaeological world heritage site, the Ellora Caves which represents the epitome of rock cut architecture. The magnificent art of rock cut comes alive with these caves which has 34 cave temples in all where there are 17 Buddhist Cave Temples, 7 Hindu Cave Temples and 5 Jain Cave Temple, representing the true Indian culture of unity in diversity. Both Ajanta and Ellora caves are a must visit to come closer to the Indian art and culture.

Ajanta and Ellora caves near Mumbai

Anand Resort in Mumbai

Located on Arnala beach, 8 km west of Virar and 130 km from Mumbai is the alluring Anand beach resort. As the name suggests this resort offers tranquility and peace and has many adventures to offer you and your family. The main attractions of this resort are rain dance, water fall, amusement park, water slides and lush green garden to make your day a memorable one, also because of the location of this resort it manages to create a peaceful and calm atmosphere for you.

Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Mumbai

Located in Borivali east and spread out in a large area with a stretch of 104 km the Sanjay Gandhi National Park is one of the most visited national parks and a great picnic spot. The key attractions of this park are Vanrani narrow gauge train, tiger and lion safari, walking trails, Jain temple and Kanheri caves. This national park holds a huge species and variety of animals and splendid flora and fauna which draws in for a very natural  experience.

Elephanta Caves in Mumbai

Located on the Elephanta Islands in Mumbai harbour are the beautiful Elephanta Caves which again meets with Indian art and heritage of rock cut architecture. Very easily accessible by ferries available from Gateway of India these caves include five Hindu caves and two Buddhist caves and are one of the famous places to spend your day with your family in Mumbai.


Elephanta Caves in Mumbai


Chota Kashmir Lake in Mumbai

One of it's kind located in Goregaon east in Arrey milk colony, Mumbai Chota Kashmir lake gives the complete feel of Kashmir which gives you a beautiful experience of actual Kashmir. It is a small lake with lotus pond and lush green gardens with blossoming colourful flowers surrounding it and one can also do boating in the lake, a calm and quite place to spend your day with your loved ones.

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    Roshan Kumar from Nagpur 1192 Days ago

    These are very famous picnic spots in Mumbai. Please suggest me some romantic picnic spots around Mumbai.

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