What more could you want from a Sunday that's filled with beautiful ferry rides with the city's view, beaches, water sports, some delicious food and a trek to Korlai Fort and a watch tower?
About Korlai Fort:
Before the destruction, Korlai had been described by travelers as a "magnificent fortress as strong as any other in the world". The main entrance was guarded by a bronze lion and the highest tower by a bronze eagle. It housed 7,000 horses and as much men. Korlai fort was also strategically very important as it guarded the mouth of the bay and offered a clear crystal view of the Arabian!
Type: Hill Fort
Height: 2828 Feet above MSL (Approx)
Grade: Super Easy
Base Village: Korlai
06:00am: Gateway of India
06:30am: Get our tickets and board the ferry towards Mandwa, Alibag!
Witness the ever gorgeous Arabian Waves and Sea Gulls as they keep your company through the 45 minute ferry.
08:00am: Reach Mandwa. Board bus towards Alibag.
09:15am: The exploring begins here! But before that, food. Breakfast Halt.
10:00am: Board our vehicle and enroute Nagaon beach.
10:30am: Reach Nagaon. Time for some sand, sun and water sports!
We'll spend our time around the beach for a while and fill our hungry stomachs with lunch at Nagaon. (There's some delicious fish and chicken making here.)
01:30pm: Enroute Korlai Fort
02:30pm: Begin the almost non-existant trek (Odd 50 steps to reach the top) and enjoy some beautiful sights. We'll also visit the lighthouse alongside.
04:30pm: Bid goodbye to the sea, the views and the fort. Enroute Mandwa to board the return ferry.
06:00pm: Ferry towards Mumbai (Witness the city lights and the magic as it unfolds as you head towards our city of dreams!)
08:00pm: Return back to the city (Tentatively)
Minimum Participation for the Event: 10 people
Cost: Rs. 700/- per head
Traveling from Gateway of India to Alibaug and back
All Internal Travel in Alibaug
Lunch and Water Sports at Nagaon Beach
Meals during travel
Insurance of any kind Medical hospitalization, evacuation and related expenses Any item not covered under “inclusions”
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