Ticket/Entry Fees : Regular Package (water park and Unlimited rides excluding paid rides) – INR 750 Package With Food (express entry to the park) – INR 1000 VIP Cottage Package (One Couple) – INR 4200
Tikuji-Ni-Wadi, Navi Mumbai Overview
Located in the district of Thane, a little ways away from Navi Mumbai, Tikuji-Ni-Wadi is an amusement park and a resort. The resort cum amusement park is a joyous place where individuals can indulge in water activities including a wave pool, water rides and other activities restricted to water parks. Aside from this the place also has attractions such as giant wheels, go-kart arenas, and an arcade area.
Rides At Tikuji-Ni-Wadi
Resting between the lush green valleys and serene hills Manpada Chitalsar Thane, Tikuji-ni-wadi is a family fun resort spread across an area of 20 acres. Situated 40 kilometres away from the maddening crowd of Mumbai, the amusement and water park is the ideal destination for incredible entertainment.
From wave pool to water rides, giant wheel to go-karts, dinosaur park to kids land, arcade area to so much more. There is a lot that people of all ages can enjoy here. There’s a massive idol of Lord Shiva standing tall and carved out of ice for all to see. The Tikuji-ni-wadi, under the expanse of tranquil trees and fun rides, is an experience that one cannot forget.
9:00 AM to 6:30 PM
Regular Package (water park and Unlimited rides excluding paid rides) – INR 750
Package With Food (express entry to the park) – INR 1000
No particular dress code. Bring swimwear for the water rides, or you can purchase one at Tikuji-ni-wadi.
How to Get there?
Bus: TMT bus Route Number 56 from Thane Station, MSRT from Western Suburbs (Borivali) to Manpada Village Junction and walk, BEST BUS route 700 or TMT route number 65 from Borivali to Thane. Get down at Manpada Village Junction and walk.
Car: Take the Eastern Express Highway from Sion Circle. Pass the Mulund Check Naka towards Kapurwadi junction on to Borivali Ghodbunder Road. Turn left on the junction of Manpada village.
The place is especially famous for visiting during the festival of Shivratri because it hosts a massive idol of Lord Shiva which is carved out of ice and stands proudly for all to see.