Chinchoti waterfalls are located in Vasai, in the sub-urban areas of Mumbai. Located amidst lush green forests, Chinchoti waterfalls is comprised of a bunch of small and big waterfalls. The big waterfall plunges from a height of 100 ft.
The place is a popular picnic spot amongst Mumbaikars and remains crowded during Saturdays and Sundays. It is a good place to do some basic trekking, as the place is scenic, and has a few small treks around and to the the waterfalls. One can also check out some of the nearby attractions like Tungareshwar, which is the highest plateau of this area and Kamandurg Peak. Tungareshwar also has a temple that one can pay obeisance at.
Located in Vasai Nagar, Suruchi Beach is a perfect choice for beach lovers who love to spend some time away from the daily hustle bustle of life. The place offers some amazing sunset and sunrise views so don't be surprised if you see a lot of people when you visit here. You can also plan a day's outing or head to this place for lovely evening or morning walks.
if you want to have some local delicacies like Bhel puri and chuski, you can make your way to one of the few stalls here.
Tungareshwar, located on Vasai Road (East) in Thane District of Maharashtra, is a holy destination for the devotees of almighty Shiva. The temple of Lord Tungareshwar nestled in the beautiful landscaped gardens of nature.The Tungareshwar Temple is small but well maintained. In the interior of the temple you can also find many other shrines includes Lord Ganpati and Goddess Khodiyaar. Photo frames of Ganpati Bappa, Durga Mata and Prabhu Shree Ram hang from the ceiling wall. In the center of the temple is the Nandi Bail.The temple is thronged in by devotees all the time, and during the time of Mahashivratri, the number of devotees coming here goes up to 2 Lac.
The main feature of this temple is that the surroundings of the temple. It is lush green, thickly wooded and offers many opportunities to trekkers, mountaineers and nature lovers.Also interesting things are in the temple precinct you will find many harmless monkeys’s jumping here and there with their kid monkeys.
Fort Bassein or Vasai Fort is a large fort in Vasai village, in the Vasai taluka (county) of the District of Palghar, Konkan Division, Maharashtra State, Republic of India. The name "Bassein" is the English version of the Portuguese "Baçaim" (with the "ç" spoken as "s" and with the "m" silent), itself a version of an apparently native name that may have a connection to the Vasa Konkani tribals of the North Konkan region, extending from Mumbai into "South Gujarat." The Marathi name of the place is Vasai.
The complete form of the Portuguese name is "Fortaleza de Sao Sebastiao de Baçaim" or the Fort of St. Sebastian of Vasai. The Vasai fort is a monument of national importance and is protected by the Archaeological Survey of India.
The fort and the village are accessible most easily through the [Vasai Road Railway Station], which itself is in Manikpur-Navghar, a part of the newly raised City of Vasai-Virar (See "Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation"), and lies to the immediate north of the cities of Mumbai and Mira Road-Bhayander. The "Vasai Road" Railway Station is on the Western Railway line (formerly the Mumbai, Baroda & Central India Railways) in the direction of Virar Railway Station.