Malabar Hill Tree Walk

5th April

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Malabar Hill Tree Walk

The seven islands of Bombay consisted of 22 hills, and Malabar Hill was the highest point in the city area then Malabar Hill used to be a densely forested area except for a few government residences. Even after urbanization the area has maintained its greenery. Even today, the long stretch of Malabar Hill complex hosts a variety of common as well as rare species of flora. Join BNHS to explore this part of the city for its floral richness.

Highlights of the tree walk: Elephant-ear tree, Balsam of Peru, Indian sandalwood, and Cannonball tree.

Grade: Easy

Reporting: In front of Babulnath Temple gate at 7:45 a.m.

Charges: Rs 400/- for members, Rs 500/- for others.

Registration*: E-mail us at bnhs.programmes@gmail.com/programmes@bnhs.org or call at +91-9969798447 (Mon-Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m.).

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