Hidden from the usual public eye, a peaceful trekking point in Mumbai continues to avow every tourist who finds it out. Famed as 'Jambulmal', the spot is situated at an altitude of 1535 feet above sea level. Placed in the heart of Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Borivali, the riveting location is encircled by dense green forests. It displays a different shade of the 'city of dreams', winning over the hearts of amateurs and experienced trekkers alike!
A combination of rocky terrains & serene forests
Once you are at the top of the hill, you will be spellbound by the breathtaking view of the Tulsi and Vihar lakes. Besides, the sweeping landscape of the entire stretch between Powai and Dahisar will assuredly charm your soul. On your way to the peak, you will encounter a mix of gentle streams and rocky terrains. This special trail through the forested areas will surely help you win uncountable memories for a lifetime!
The magnetic location is placed at a distance of 2.5 km from the gate of Kanheri Caves. Besides, you will have to travel a length of 12 km if you start from Bombay Hut.
If you are planning for a visit to this alluring location, you must not forget to take along at least 2-3 litres of water. So take a bunch of friends or trudge out single and rest assured of hours of adventure! If you know of any other escapades obscured from the tourists' eye, do not forget to share with us in the comments below.
Location: Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali