The SGNP is amongst the most easily accessible National Parks in the country, well connected by road and rail networks. Given here are the directions and travel details to access SGNP from different directions in Mumbai. All distances given are from the Main Gate at Borivali (this entrance lies on the Western Express Highway – WEH).
Mumbai to Borivali is 30 kms by train on western railway route. Sub urban trains to Borivali are available on
Western Railway on every 5 minutes.
Borivali is near Mumbai octroi post on Mumbai - Ahemdabad highway.
From South Mumbai and Western suburbs: From South & Central Mumbai, SGNP can be easily accessed by road from the WEH. Given here are the distances from various locations in South and Central Mumbai, as also in the western suburbs.
Navy Nagar, near southern tip of Mumbai : 45 km
Nariman Point : 41 km
Worli : 30 km
Sion : 27 km
Bandra : 23 km
Versova, Andheri : 15 km
International Airport : 18 km
Domestic Airport : 16 km
From Central Mumbai & South Central Mumbai: It is advisable to reach Sion and drive along the Sion – Dharavi Road to connect the WEH at Bandra. Continue north towards SGNP.
From Eastern suburbs and Thane: From the eastern suburbs of Ghatkopar – Mulund, and from Thane urban, there are two approach routes to SGNP.
Via Powai: Drive along LBS Marg to reach the Gandhi Nagar Jn. From here, take the A S Road (Adi Sankaracharya Road) that passes the IIT - Powai stretch.