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Outdoor Activities in Mumbai


An amalgamation of seven islands, Mumbai is one of the largest metropolitan areas of India. The fact that it is one of the wealthiest cities in India and a city of glamour and luxury, suffice as reasons for it being called ‘Mayanagri’, meaning ‘land of dreams’. Mumbai has been ruled by many dynasties, from Mauryas to Mughals, to the Portuguese. The populous city of Mumbai is home to millions of friendly and lovable people. Also, there are many outdoor activities in Mumbai to enjoy and many interesting places to visit.

Mumbai outdoor activities involve a variety of things in adventure, sports, sightseeing, and shopping. Visit Mumbai and explore the city by taking up one or more of the activities mentioned below.

Mumbai Outdoor Activities

A visit to Mumbai is incomplete without a Bollywood tour. Ride past the houses of huge Bollywood stars and visit the Gaiety Cinema in the entertainment capital of India. Of all the outdoor things that you can do, the best outdoor activity in Mumbai is a helicopter ride around the city. Enjoy a helicopter ride 1000 feet above the ground and witness the beautiful views of the city; do not miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Riverside camping at the Vaitarna Dam is one of the outdoor adventures in Mumbai that you can try. Also enjoy kayaking, tubing, and swimming in the waters of the Vaitarna Dam. Go aqua zorbing, horse riding, and mountain cycling in the Della Adventure Park in Lonavala. The adventure park involves many other interesting activities like bungee trampoline and artificial rock climbing. You can also play games like table tennis, foosball, and air hockey at the park. Do not miss out on visiting the vibrant local markets of Mumbai. Also, enjoy some delicious Indian cuisine at one of the markets.

Outdoor activities Mumbai also include a visit to the Kanheri Caves and the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Witness ancient architecture at Kanheri Caves and have a contrasting experience amidst the lush greenery and lakes of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park.