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Alibag tours

Explore Alibag

Life's a beach, a clean and green Marathi one at that!

Located just over a 100 kms from the buzzing state capital of Mumbai, Alibaug offers tourists respite from the busy city air as well as some unique sightseeing opportunities, reminiscent of the times the quiet township has seen over the years.

Beaches: Alibaug is known for its white sand and pristine clean beaches. White visiting a beach when the water recides, the sight of the wet sea floor partially visible is one to bring out the photographer in all of us. Although the Alibaug  beach itself is fairly popular, be sure to visit some of the qieter beaches around like the Varsoli beach and enjoy a fresh seafood meal in one of the local carts just outside the beach.

Murud Janjira: An old 15th century fort built in the sea, the Murud Janjira fort is located at about 50 kms from Alibaug. If the fort itself isnt enough, a drive through the lush green konkan belt most certainly will.

Kolaba Fort: Another fortress located in the sea, the former military fortress is accessible on boats and jetties from the alibaug beach, located 2 kms into the sea. The architecture and the view from the fort walls is as intriguing in its form as it is in the history associated with it.

Underi & Khanderi Sea Forts: To complete the list of sea fortresses in the belt we have the Underi Sea Fort, located 15 kms north of Alibaug, built as an extended part of the inland Khanderi fort. The prominent fort walls.

Mandwa Jetty: Ferrying tourists from the gateway of India in Mumbai, the Mandwa jetty is often the gateway to the konkan region for tourists not wanting to undertake the 3 and a half hour car ride. The jetty is also famous for the some of the best and most happening restaurants and restro-bars in the area. Important to note - the jetty and its restaurants remin shut during the monsoons.


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