Indeed there is no doubt that Mumbai is a beautiful City with a variety of land marks.
Nowadays photoshoot is a trend dosen’t matters what is the occasion weather it is a birthday or pre wedding or may be a maternity shoot.
Nobody leaves in mumbai without having their photoshoots.
Here are few places where you should definately do your photoshoots.
1. Sanjay Gandhi National Park
The National park is located to east of borivali at a walking distance of 10 minutes.
A huge number of people visit the park, it is roughly estimated that 2 million visitors come here annually.
The Sanjay Gandhi National Park spreads over a total area of 104 sq. km.
The Park is fully filled with a variety of flora and fauna.
The 2,400 years old, Kanheri Caves are located 6.3km inside the park.
In Total there are 109 caves in the center of the park.
Well all these things make the park one of the most gorgeous place for photoshoot.
The smallest hill station in India, it is located on the Western Ghats range at an elevation of around 800 m, is probably one of the best hill station for shoot.
this hill station hill station and attracts lakhs of tourists every year.
There are around 38 view points in Matheran, including the Panorama Point that provides a 360-degree view of the surrounding area ,Louisa Point,Charlotte Lake,Porcupine Point (Sunset Point) and so on.
3. Marine Drive
Most commonly known as the Queens Necklace, is one of the place which settles itself in heart of many people.
It is a is a 3.6 kilometre long drive in south mumbai.
The C shaped concrete road along the coast of Arabian Sea , which is a natural bay.
5 Cricket grounds and two international stadiums including Wankhade stadium are dotted along Marine Drive.
4. CSMT station
Well-connected to all major destinations of India, the CSMT is not only a historical, but is also one of the biggest commercial symbols of Mumbai.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) formerly known as Victoria Terminus is a historic railway station and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India which serves as the headquarters of the Central Railways.
5. The Bandra Bandstand
Located at Bandstand Road, the place is one of the most famous attractions in Mumbai. The place is well-connected via all modes of local transportation.
The Bandra Bandstand in Mumbai has a really famous sea facing 2 Km long walkway known as ”Bandra Promenade”
6. Gateway Of India
One of the most unique landmarks in Mumbai harbor, bordered by the Arabian Sea in Colaba.
The Gateway of India is an arch monument built during the 20th century in Mumbai by the British during their rule over India.
Formerly it served to symbolize elements of the British grandeur and influence in India. Today it is a popular tourist attraction and meeting point.
The Gateway of India boasts of exquisite architecture. The intricate latticework and turrets are prominent features of this structure.
7. Hanging Gardens
The Hanging Gardens, in Mumbai, also known as abhinav Gardens,
Provide an amazing view of Arabian Sea.
These Gardens are terraced gardens perched at the top of Malabar Hill, on its western side, just opposite the Kamala Nehru Park.
Spread over an area of 4,000 square feet, Kamala Nehru Park has manicured lawns and is a pleasant retreat for kids.There is also a large boot house, inside which you can also enter.
8. Elephanta Caves
You need to take a ferry from Gate Way of India to reach Elephanta Caves as they are 10km away from the city.
The Elephanta Caves which are also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a collection of cave temples to lord Shiva.
It is estimated that the caves were built between 5th and 9th century, and attribute them to various Hindu dynasties.
9. Fort ,CST
Fort involves many places including kalaghoda and asiatic library.
You never find these places without people doing photoshoot.
Asiatic Steps at kalaghoda behind the museum adds beauty to the area.