A Guide To Tikuji-Ni-Wadi, Mumbai - Updated 2023

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If there’s one place synonymous with water fun in Mumbai, it’s Tikuji-Ni-Wadi. Literally translating to ‘Tikuji’s Valley’, Tikuji-Ni-Wadi is a resort, a water park, and an amusement park, all rolled into one. In fact, the park even added a dinosaur theme park to its kitty in 2013, and remains one of the top go-to destinations for family fun in Mumbai. Spread over large acres of land, Tikuji-Ni-Wadi is also famed for the lush greenery surrounding it. Moreover, it’s one of the few parks that remain open throughout Mumbai’s monsoon season. So, if you’re planning to visit soon, you can book Airbnb vacation rentals that will make you feel at home, and for a luxurious experience, there are top hotels in Thane as well. For further information, you can check out this extremely useful guide to Tikuji-Ni-Wadi, Mumbai.

Things to do / Highlights

Water Slides
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Enjoy thrilling rides

There are fun rides in Tikuji-Ni-Wadi that the whole family can enjoy. Ride the Spin Coaster, take in the gorgeous views from treetops on the UFO Cycle, and enjoy a scenic toy train ride around the park. Are you a driving enthusiast? Don’t miss the go-karting track or the bumper boats, which allow you to drive in the water. Are you in for more adventurous rides? Spin 360 degrees on the Spaceship and swing back and forth high up in the air on the Dragon Ship.

Check out life-sized dinosaurs in Dinosaur World

Are you a fan of Jurassic Park? Then, you should definitely visit Dinosaur World, Tikuji-Ni-Wadi’s latest addition and attraction. The theme park features enclosures with life-size figures of dinosaur species, such as Spinosaurus, Pteranodon the winged lizard, and the most terrifying of them all, the Tyrannosaurus Rex. What’s more, these figures even move, and the enclosures feature detailed information about these creatures, the times they lived in, strength capacity, and how they fought off their enemy.

Indulge in water fun at the water park

Finally, we come to the best part of the entire park - its water park. If you want to indulge in some real excitement, then the water slides and wave pool promise lots of thrilling water fun. The family pool and slides are perfect fun for the whole family. When you’re in the mood for a gentler fun activity, the giant Lazy River awaits you. Simply sit it a comfy tube and float along the turquoise water.

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Where to eat

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Blue Water Cafe

If you want to take a break from all the fun and want to enjoy some scrumptious and delectable snacks, then the Blue Water Cafe is where you should head to. With both indoor and outdoor seating, it’s a great place to tuck into some food. They even serve a lip-smacking special Indian thali.

Tree Top Restaurant

Tree Top restaurant is famous for serving vegetarian multi-cuisine fare. Plus, the views are unparalleled; you can see the mountains, lush trees, and the entire water park from here. Moreover, they even have a special buffet on Sundays and other holidays.

You can also indulge in some tasty snacks by selecting the Tikuji-Ni-Wadi entry fee with food inclusion.

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Travel tips

Locker Room
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Entry into the park and the rides

You need to follow the age restriction when it comes to the water rides, as well as the recommended height levels before entering the park. When you’re entering the park, you need to have a valid and proper ID. More importantly, please don’t carry any outside food or beverages along with you into the park, as they will not be allowed.


Since the park allows only buying costumes and not renting them, it’s best that you bring your own swimming costumes from home. Additionally, they need to be made of nylon or synthetic or other water-absorbing and quick-drying material. Also, don’t forget to pack an extra pair of clothes, lest what you’re wearing gets wet.

Safety and health

Once you’re inside the park, arrange all your belongings and valuables in the lockers in the changing room. Since you’re going to be outside all day long, it’s important to hydrate as well as protect your skin. So, carry a tube of waterproof sunscreen with an SPF of more than 20, as well as UV protective sunglasses or hats. Also, keep water bottles with you to stay hydrated.

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How to get there

Mumbai bus
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By car or taxi

Since Tikuji-Ni-Wadi lies right in the northern corner of Thane West, the best option would be to take a car. So, if you don’t have a private car, then an app-based taxi such as Uber or Ola that’ll drop you right off in front of the entrance is perfect.

By bus

If you’re coming by bus, then you need to take the number 56 from Manpada that has a stop right outside Tikuji-Ni-Wadi.

By suburban train

The railway station closest to Tikuji-Ni-Wadi on the Western Line is Borivali and on the Central Line is Thane. From Borivali station, you can take a taxi or a rickshaw. From Thane station, you can take a rickshaw, taxi or a bus.

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How to get tickets

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

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Posted by Tikuji-Ni-Wadi on Friday, June 22, 2018

Since the property doesn’t allow booking tickets online, you can check out their website. Here you’ll find the Book Now button which shows their contact details (telephone, mobile, and email address).

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Where to stay

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If you think one day is too little to explore and have fun at Tikuji-Ni-Wadi, then how about staying over, and that too in the park itself? You can stay over with the reasonable ticket price Tikuji-Ni-Wadi offers. The place is now home to well-equipped cottages, which makes perfect sense if you want to stay over for the weekend. Albeit simple, they’re spacious and immaculate and feature air conditioning, comfortable beds, an en-suite bathroom, cupboard and dressing table, and even a TV for entertainment. Since there are a limited number of cottages available, we’d advise you to book them in advance.

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Tikuji-Ni-Wadi information

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Address: Tikuji-ni-wadi Road, Opp. Tata Power House, Manpada, Chitalsar, Thane, Maharashtra 400607

Official Website: Tikuji-Ni-Wadi

Opening hours: 9am - 6:30pm (daily)

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