Vihar Lake Maharashtra
Resting on the Mithi River, within the vicinity of the famous Sanjay Gandhi National Park of Maharashtra, the Vihar Lake once boasted for being the largest lake in Mumbai. Having originated in the year 1860, the beautiful Vihar Lake is encircled by the Tulsi and Powai Lake. Supplier of 3% water to the city of Mumbai, Vihar Lake is largely inhabited by the Marsh crocodiles and consists of a large depth of 34m.
The popular Juhu beach of Mumbai is one of the most famous tourist spot, encompassed by the majestic Arabian Sea in the Western part and is home to many renowned Bollywood celebrities. The semi circle natural bay along the coast, Marine Drive can be considered as one of the favorite hotspot amongst all the tourists who visit Vihar Lake. Best known for the architectural embellishments, Flora fountain is a beautiful blend of crystal clear water, intricate carvings and its formation of Goddess Flora of the Roman mythology. Formerly built by the citizens of Mumbai to celebrate the sojourn of the then Prince of Wales,near the Gateway Of India- The Prince Of Wales Museum is encircled by the serried rows of Palm and beds of flowers and is a huge galore of Archaeology, Art and Natural History followed by the remnants of Indus Valley Civilisation and sundry besides being one of must visit places. Devoted to Lord Ganesh, the richest temple of Mumbai- Siddhivinayaka Temple clocks its origin back to the year 1801 and is one of the primal places to see besides the hanging Gardens, Iskon temple, Haji Ali Dargah, Walkeshwar Temple, Mumbai Zoo and many others.
Established during the pre-independence days reined by the British, the Gateway of India rests on the seafront of majestic Arabian sea and is
coined as the Taj Mahal of Mumbai besides topping the list of the best travel places in Mumbai.
Holidays in Vihar Lake can never get boring for the beautiful nature sightseeing that it offers along sides the profusion of tourist attractions surrounding it.