Lil’ Yogi specialises in Childrens’ Yoga & Relaxation. By tapping into the every child’s fascination with the world around them, Lil’Yogi has developed a kids yoga program that entertains, engages and teaches basic yoga principles.
Come roar like a lion, Buzz like a bee,
Hiss like a Cobra & Stand tall like the Banyan Tree.
Explore your inner self & have fun with Yoga!
Unique Integration Of Yoga With Games, Value & Health Based
Activities, Mindful Activities, etc. Teaching kids About Their Bodies,
Inner Strength, Creativity, Sense of Belonging & The Environment.
Improves Cognitive Functioning Instills Moral Values & Creative Thinking
Develops Focus & Confidence Improves Posture & Body Awareness
A Mexican chain family entertainment Center situated at Rcity, Ghatkopar is a must go for all the kids. This edutainment indoor park is specially built up for kids aged between 4-14 years makes learning a fun experience for kids. Kidzania aims to provide various experiences to kids by empowering, inspiring and educating kids through role-play. Kids can play various roles like fire-fighter, journalist, bankers, doctors and more. Given the busy season we would recommend making a reservation before you head out as they have 2 slots a day only.
Age: 4-16 years.
Location: R City, Ghatkopar (W), 3rd Floor, North Wing, LBS Marg, Mumbai.
Our very own Zoo which I visited a number of times on school trips. While it is not fair to compare it to the zoos abroad, with an entrance fee of Rs 2 and Rs 5 it offers a wide variety of animals such as tigers and elephants. My suggestion would be to pack some food and do a half day picnic with the kids. It is ideal to go there on a weekday although weekends are also not very crowded and relax on the grounds. Out of curiosity I decided to find out more about the zoo. It dates back to 1861 and is one of the oldest zoos in India. Now know as the Veermata Jijabai Bhonsle Udyan it also houses the Bhau Daji Lad Museum (formerly Victoria and Albert Museum) mainly of industrial and agricultural interest in its garden. On the grounds to the east of the museum is the giant statue of an elephant, taken from the Elephanta Caves on Gharapuri toBritain in 1864, and later returned to these gardens. The statue is worth showing to the kids.
Timings: 10:30 am – 5:00 pm, Closed on Wednesdays.