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Sewri Jetty

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Mumbai, India
+91 99670 56674
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Badly kept jetty

Visited early morning at 7am for flamingo spotting The road is extremely bad with pot holes so... read more

Reviewed March 14, 2018
matin22
,
Mumbai
via mobile
great spot for bird watching & nature lovers

This is the place which is quite secluded from busy life of Mumbai . It is small and abandoned... read more

Reviewed February 8, 2018
sudeepinfo
,
Mumbai, India
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Reviewed March 14, 2018 via mobile

Visited early morning at 7am for flamingo spotting The road is extremely bad with pot holes so avoid taking your car instead use a uber or ola Dusty with large trucks parked haphazardly and no signs the jetty has been badly neglected There are a...More

Thank matin22
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Reviewed February 8, 2018

This is the place which is quite secluded from busy life of Mumbai . It is small and abandoned jetty . We visited this place in first week of February early morning but were not lucky to spot any flamingos . However we spotted many...More

1  Thank sudeepinfo
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Reviewed January 14, 2018 via mobile

After consulting with birdwatching expert Sunjoy Mongha via email, I was advised to visit between 17:00 - 18:15 pm on January 6th. I went - nothing. No flamingos, no birds. Complete waste of time.

Thank Guy D
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Reviewed December 7, 2017

We didn't realise the beauty of this place until we reached here. A simple small jetty with ample opportunity to see flamingoes all around. If you go at low tide, you'd be able to see the flamingoes nearby. No public facilities like toilets or drinking...More

Thank Mistymauve1
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Reviewed November 24, 2017

It is an excellent option in the hustle busle of Mumbai to spot and click flamingos, These migratory birds are best spotted in winter at low tide. Except for clicking flamingos, this place does not offer much as it is very dirty and not well...More

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Reviewed November 4, 2017

Located at a walkable distance from Sewri railway station, this is a good place to see the flamingos that migrate to warmer climates during winters. The way to the jetty is through a residential area which is mostly chawls and through a truck terminal. There...More

1  Thank oorja203
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Reviewed May 30, 2017 via mobile

"Time and tide waits for no man" seems to have been inspired from this place. Not only do you have to be there a bit early in the morning or a bit later in the evenings and you also need to ensure that it coincides...More

1  Thank Ajadude
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Reviewed May 26, 2017

Worth visiting for Sunrise and bird lovers. You would witness beautiful SunRise (reach lil early) and many pink flamingos crawling with their heads on the surface. Their diff acts would blew your mind. Reach early i.e. well before the sunrise. Enjoy!

Thank ramkuteer
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Reviewed May 6, 2017 via mobile

Old fishermen's jetty with a good view of flamingos​ on the Sewri mud flats. It's a 10min walk from Sewri station on the harbour line

Thank peter d
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Reviewed May 5, 2017

If any one wants to see flamingos, head towards Sewri jetty. Time your arrival there with low tide, as the wading birds come to hunt for algae and crustaceans in the mud, as the tide is going out. If you're lucky, you can see many...More

3  Thank 643sujatas
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