Dahisar River Walk – Monsoon Edition

3rd July

At HalluHallu, we walk to discover people, places, water bodies and insects and try to put ourselves in each other’s shoes. When we do that, we can attempt to see the world differently and develop empathy for each other. Walking, observing and engaging is our way to destroy walls, real and imaginary, and we will do it one step at a time. We invite you to take a break from the hare-paced world that we live in and step out for a walk. Our walks will take you to places that hide surprises. Let’s discover things that hide in plain sight and meet people, birds, rivers, ponds, animals and plants that will restore your faith in humanity.

Join us for a special walk to the place where we started our journey – the banks of Mumbai’s own River Dahisar. Home to the city’s original residents as well as its green wealth, let’s explore the other side of Mumbai, together

Details here:

The purpose of the walk is to highlight

1. Warlis are one of the oldest inhabitants of Mumbai
2. To understand  how they co exist with wild animals and to understand their
sustainable livelihood
3.  SGNP is a green patch located inside one of the richest municipal corporations of
the world but there are no facilities for running water, transportation, hospitals
or schools. It is also home to 40 free leopards.
4. Conflict of Identities between Tribal and Urban .

About the Walk
Date :3rd July  2022
8.30 am- 2 pm Meeting Time  : 8.00am
Walk Start Time: 8.30 am
Meeting point : Sanjay Gandhi National Park Gate , Borivali east , Mumbai.
Walk Ends 2 pm
Call 9867403957
Fee : 1800

Book here

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s