Malabar Hill Tree Walk

26th November


Malabar Hill Tree Walk

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

Grade: Easy (2–3 km of easy walk)

Reporting: In front of Kamla Nehru Park gate near Sumant Moolgaonkar Chowk, at 8.30 a.m. The Programme should conclude by 11:00 a.m.

Charges: Rs. 700/- for members, Rs. 800/- for others.

Cost includes: Entry ticket/permission charges (if any) and BNHS expertise only.

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