Yeoor is a location in Thane district in Maharashtra, India that lies in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Leopards stroll in these hills during night. Earlier around 50 leopards used to live but now around 6 occupy. It is a small mountain not of much height but is very wide which stretch long and goes inside deep till it reaches the other side i:e Borivli. One can trek in this route. Also there are small waterfalls inside these hills. Yeoor comprises of small villages namely, Patvanapada, Vanitapada, Narlepada, Bendipada, Ronchapada.
Age Group: 8 Years & Above
Dates (2019): 7 July, 21 July
Charges: Rs. 700/- Per Person (Including GST)
Reporting time: 7:30 am
Reporting at: Gate of Tikuji Ni Wadi
Cost Include Breakfast, Expert Charges, Entry Charges and Taxes.
Cost Doesn't Include: Travel & Any Personal Expenses
07:30 AM: Reach outside gate of Tiku Ji Ni Wadi.
08:00 AM: Enter Yeoor and have Breakfast.
08:15 AM: Start the trek with Bird & Colorful insect watching, identifying flora and fauna enroute.
10:00 AM: Reach the first pit stop have a short break.
10:30 AM: Games
11:30 AM: Reach the top of the peak and explore the area while indulging in Photography.
12:30 PM: Descend towards yeoor main gate.
02:00 PM: Reached yeoor main gate. Depart for the day. End of the event.
What to Bring!
Carry 2-3 Ltr of water (compulsory).
Good trekking shoes with good grips.
Participants are required to wear dull colored clothes ONLY.
Green and brown are best suited for Nature trails as they help you camouflage with the environment without alarming any wildlife present in the vicinity.
Small shoulder bag
Windcheater to keep hands free.
Carry odomos or any other mosquito repellent.
Carrying Binoculars and Camera is (optional).
Carry some chocolates
Terms & Conditions -
An increase in any prevailing entry charges of Borivali National Park will be charged from participants.
Do not touch any creature or plant without permission.
Strictly, No smoking, alcohol consumption or intake of the unprescribed drugs during the trek.