Alibag Tourism & Travel Guide

Alibag is a popular getaway, both in real life and reel Bollywood movies. Though its growth to a popular beach town is obvious and much deserved, the town sees a huge crowd throughout the year that gives you less time to explore the place on your own. There are tons of beaches here, the popular ones being Alibag beach, Nagaon beach, Versoli beach, Awas beach and others. Awas Beach is the quietest here and a stunning escape from the rush of tourists. If you want a break from beaches, though it seems unlikely, you can head to Kolaba Fort, which is close to Alibag beach. If you are in the mood for some adventure, there are numerous water sports that take place here and are a must do. There are also tons of hotels in case you are looking for a luxurious holiday since the hotels focus on a complete holiday package for travellers.

Trips and Itineraries for Alibag

From the main town, the property is 30 minutes inland from Alibag town....

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My City-Aamchi Mumbai And the sun above Mumbai Some traffic on the way Sun about to set Mandwa Jetty Our Hotel for the weekend Area around Varsoli Beach Our guide from hotel till the beach Early morning hiding behind the clouds Naogaon Beach Area around Nagaon beach Ant house Ferry-- Welcome to Mumbai Gateway of India Alibaugh is a small seashore town in Raigad District of the Indian state of Maharashtra.Close to Mumbai that is the reason it is a hot spot for Mumbaikars for short weekend breaks....

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Top Places To Visit in Alibag 17 Spots

Raigad District, Alibaug
In and around Bombay, a destination that surely should not be missed for a weekend getaway is the infamous Alibaug. A perfect amalgamation of lazing around but also checking out historic corners, Alibaug is a treat. A glorious array of beaches lay scattered throughout this seaside getaway. Close to the Alibaug Beach lies the Kolaba Fort, a destination which can be reached by horse cart. The Kihim Beach, on the other hand, showcases its pearly white sand.Having driven past coconut plantations and overlapping hills, the temple circuit begins. The Kankeshwar Temple is marked by a sign: ‘Nagobacha Tappa’ warning about wild snakes. It leads up to 750 flights to a den of gods. As you keep climbing up, you hit the second point ‘Devachi Payari’ where supposedly Shankar’s feet landed in three leaps to the very top. Finally, you reach the destination, an eye-catching attraction, decorated with colorful miniature idols of the gods.Nearby, you can cross into the dense Kanakeshwar Forests at your own risk of encountering boars, snakes, and even panthers.A car, bus, or even the ferry from the Gateway of Mumbai will bring you to Alibaug within 1 and a half to 3 hours of a journey. If you’ve traveled by ferry, you would have cross Mandwa, the Mumbaiker’s ultimate choice to witness the pretty sunset.Interesting facts about Alibaug: The man who discovered Alibaug belonged to the Angre family, and was appointed commanders of the Maratha Navy at the time of Shivaji himself. At that time, Angre's order was placed upon the entire Alibaug principality, but over time his achievements and respect were long forgotten. Now, he lies buried just 5 minutes from today's bus station at Kekar Naka.
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Bamnoli Lake, Bamnoli, Maharashtra 402201, India
This is the base village to Vasota fort Trek. We actually slept under the stars.
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Hotels and Homestays in Alibag   69 Hotels

Weekend Getaways from Alibag  

Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
Called the Oxford of the East, Pune is a bubbling cosmopolitan city. A large student hub, this city loves art, culture and theatre. The Sahyadri hill range of the Western Ghats makes this destination ideal for hiking and wildlife spotting. A shower of rain brings the city alive. The Agha Khan Palace of Pune is a sprawling complex with emerald green gardens and sprawling lawns, perfect for a casual stroll. The Shaniwarwada is an ancient structure built by the Peshwas and the ruins of this marvellous architecture can still be seen in the city. Dedicated to the brave hearts of the Indian Army, the National War Museum is a popular tourist destination and houses militia paraphernalia. Those interested in meditation can get day passes from the Osho International Meditation Resort, which is very popular with tourists. Handcrafted beer, baked goodies at the Kayani Bakery on East Street and eateries such as Touche the Sizzler, Malaka Spice and Dario's will complete your trip here.


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