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Revdanda Beach

Pranisha Punglia
Alibaug is a rather well-known yet offbeat destination near Mumbai, Maharashtra. One of the major reasons behind the popularity of this small town is the presence of multiple beaches of this town on the west coast, which also means that this quaint little town offers amazing views of the sunset over the sea. Camping in Alibaug is built on a beach is an amazing way to spend an amazing getaway from the city and on a secluded piece of coastline with your near and dear ones. You can experience the views of the sea, with many shacks built as parking spots for the boats of local fishermen, and many other such amazing views, including a mesmerizing sunset. Enjoy the cool and refreshing breeze coming in from the sea as you sit on the sand enjoying the feeling of being here. The Alibaug camp offers tents, beds, cushions and a pullover, shall anyone feel cold. ItineraryDay 1 - Arrive at the Campsite | CampfireYou will have to arrive at the Alibaug camping site by 3:30 PM on your own to begin the experience of the offbeat beach camping in Alibaug.You will be given a complimentary welcome beverage with snacks once you have checked in and have freshened up.The rest of the evening is for you to spend at your leisure. You can use this to click amazing pictures at the beach, of the sea, or of the camp.You can even do bird watching here or simply sit on the beach and enjoy the views.Once the evening settles in, you can enjoy around the warm and cozy campfire, with stories and music to accompany you.Dinner will be served here, with the options of both veg and non-veg.Overnight stay in the Alibaug beachside camps.Day 2 - Check-out and DepartureYou will be given a wake-up call.You can freshen up and have your breakfast, post which, you will be checking out of the camps to bring the experience of camping in Alibaug to an end.Get back home with a bag full of memories and a gallery full of pictures.
A GALLIVANT
Vagabond
Revdanda is a secluded beach. We were the only tourist there. We spent some time there, clicked lots of photos. I personally didn’t like the beach much as it was not maintained properly and was very dirty. We went to the Revdanda Fort next. The fifteenth century Portuguese fort is just beside the Revdanda beach. The Fort walls are still intact although the inner structure is almost all destroyed. You can get down in the beach from the fort. The view from here is good. You can see the mountain touching the sea in distance. You can seat in the rocks, it’s like seating above sea.
Anubhav Raikar
mayuri