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Alibag

Alibag
Alibag

Alibag

A little beach front town concealed in the Konkan locale of Maharashtra, Alibag or Alibaug is an exceptionally famous end of the week escape and has earned itself the name of ‘smaller than normal Goa’, inferable from the high vacationer footfall lasting through the year. Saturated with pilgrim history, Alibaug is an interesting little town situated around 96 km from Mumbai and 150 km from Pune, and is packed with sandy sea shores, clean unpolluted air and a lot of fortresses and sanctuaries, guaranteeing that regardless of being a humble community, you never run out of exercises to do.

Alibaug is popular for its various sea shores, which are just a couple of moments’ drives from one another, so you won’t need to stress over which sea shore to visit and which one to forget about. The most visited sea shore in Alibaug is, obviously, Alibaug Beach, which offers a stupendous of perspective on the dawn and dusk as well as of the Kolaba Fort also, which you can take a short pontoon ride to. The Colaba stronghold was before the foundation of the Maratha Empire, and the greater part of the building is still fit as a fiddle. Other well known sea shores in the territory incorporate Kihim Beach, and Nagaon Beach, with Kihim sea shore being a picture taker’s heaven.

Alibaug is additionally home to Mandwa Beach, a sea shore broadly known for the countless number of film shootings that happen here. The sea shore offers a shocking perspective on the Gateway of India from its sound, and you can sit and taste on a cool beverage on the sand under the plantation of coconut trees coating the sea shore. Having dark sand and rock faces, the new expansion of water sports in Alibaug like jetski and drifting has made Alibag an ideal end of the week escape in Maharashtra. Most vacationers go through at any rate one night in Alibag.

Attraction: Water Sports in Alibaug, Kolaba Fort, Alibaug Beach, Vrindavan Farm, Nagaon Beach, Murud-Janjira Fort,  etc…

Nearby places: Mahabaleshwar, Matheran, Pune, Nashik, Khandala, Gateway of IndiaShree Siddhivinayak, Ajanta and Ellora Caves, etc…

Best Time to visit: November to July.

Peak Season: December to March.

How to Reach

  • By Air: The closest significant air terminal to Alibaug is the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, situated around 140 km away. From that point, you can arrive at Alibag through transport, vehicle, taxi or pontoon.
  • By Rail: The closest railroad station to Alibaug is at Pen, a modest community in the Raigad locale of Maharashtra. The train administrations from Pen interface it to Panvel and Mumbai.
  • By Road: Alibaug is found practically halfway on the Mumbai-Goa roadway (NH66). Being a famous picturesque seaside interstate, numerous vacationers like to head to Alibaug from Mumbai.

Popular Restaurants: Aparanta, Bohemian Blue Garden Cafe, Sai Vatika, Tushar Family Restaurant, Fulora, Sanman, etc… Read more

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