Butterfly Walk at Nagla Block with Jayesh Vishwakarma- SGNP


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The climate is pleasurable, forest streams are now gurgling with crystal clear water and the forest is buzzing with all kinds of life forms.
Happy days are here for butterflies enthusiasts and SGNP welcomes you all for these specially designed long treks along with our expert naturalists. Spend the Sunday morning in the most invigorating way as possible, and soaking in the best of what the

season has to offer. So pack in a spare set of clothes, a good energy giving snack and yes, don’t forget your rain-wear. Get ready as we are promising you a wild time right here in the city.

It is one of the most exhilarating trail lies along the Mumbai-Agra highway at Sasupada.


Around 17 percent of SGNP’s land lies in the relatively pristine forestland beyond the Bassein/Bhayander creek and is a favorite among butterfly and bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. This trail reveals the confluence of mangrove and forest ecosystems in all their grandeur and this patch of forest harbors some of the most undisturbed and healthy growth of ecologically significant mangrove

vegetation along the island of Mumbai.


Meeting Point: Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali.

DATE: August 18 2019, SUNDAY

TIME: 6.15 AM – 12.30 PM

CHARGES: INR 850/- per participant.

Book your seat here- https://sgnpsouvenirshop.mahaonline.gov.in/OnlineShopping/EventManagement/EventBooking/SGNP-5955





07.00 AM – Report at SGNP main gate + Tea & Biscuits

07.30 AM – Depart to Nagla through SGNP vehicles

08.00 AM – Reach Nagla

08.15 AM – Start exploring Nagla Forest trail

11.30 AM – Boards the bus back to meeting point

12:30 PM – Reach SGNP main gate


CHARGES INCLUSIVE OF: – Nature Trail fees, Internal Transport, Expert Charges, Entry Fees, Refreshments and Butterfly book



1. Wear proper walking shoes. Sandals or slippers not advised.

2. Carry ample amount of water for yourself.

3. Cap or a hat is advisable in this season

4. Carrying snacks won’t be a bad idea (but don’t litter in the forest).

5. Refrain carrying costly items (except cameras) and jewelry for the trail.

6. Wear full and camouflage clothes. Mosquitoes are a given, so carry insect repellent.



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