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About Alibaug
Alibaug, a small town in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, is known for its beautiful beaches
and scenic locations. It's one of the most popular weekend getaways for Mumbaikars.
History of Alibaug
Alibaugs history dates back to the 17th century. The town was founded by Sarkhal Kanhojio
Aangre, the naval chief during King Shivaji's regime. Alibaug has been witness to numerous
historical events.
Things to do in Alibaug
A beach destination with loads of sea, sun and sand, Alibaug is a great place for travellers
looking for peace and tranquility. Dotted with forts, churches, temples, there many things to do
in Alibaug. For travellers looking to indulge in water sports, Nagaon Beach is a great bet where
you can go on a banana boat ride, jet ski, and enjoy parasailing at reasonable prices. People
interested in going on a fort exploration trail, must-visits include Kolaba, Khanderi and Janjira.
There are a number of local tour guides who can be hired for local sightseeing tours. However,
make sure to bargain and get the best price.
For diving enthusiasts, Alibaug is just the place. A number of stretches on the beach are
recommended. Head towards Kihim, Varsoli, Akshi, Nagaon, Kashid and Murud for an
exhilarating diving experience. Beaches like Aksi and Nagaon are good places for families as
they are flat, have less depth and have vast expanses of sand, which is ideal for activities on
the beach and to build sand castles. However, expect a lot of crowd in weekends. Travellers are
suggested to carry sunscreen, flip flops, sunglasses and a frisbee.
Beaches like Murud, Kashid and Kihim are picturesque and less crowded. Since Alibaug is a
popular getaway, expect a lot of tourists on weekends. Also, travellers are recommended to
drive down to Alibaug in their own car as local transport is expensive.
Food & Shopping in Alibaug
Since Alibaug is located in the Konkan region, you cant afford to miss Konkani cuisine, which
comprises curries made of local fishes such as pomfret, rawas and surmai flavoured with
coconut. Bakri roti and kokam sherbet are popular too. Alcohol is available across the city,
however, its better to carry your own as many shops Alibaug only sell beer. Shopping options
are limited to local produce like Konkani masalas, kokam and honey.
Travelling to Alibaug
The best time to visit Alibaug is during winter, between November and February. If you are in
Mumbai, the fastest way to travel is by ferry from the Gateway of India, which operates from
morning till evening. At nominal charges, travellers can reach Mandwa jetty in 45-60 minutes.
From there, Alibaug is 20-25 minutes by bus or auto. Do remember that this service is closed
during monsoon, between July and September.
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Travellers can also reach Alibaug by road. Start early and follow the MumbaiGoa highway.
Alibaug is close to 65 km from Panvel. Grab some hot vada pav at Shri Datta Snacks at Panvel
near the intersection and later make a quick stop over at Roti Shoti and Chai Nashta near
Karnal Bird Sanctuary for some good and inexpensive tea and breakfast.
Be careful while you drive down the road as the stretch near Pen does not have any dividers
and has heavy traffic movement throughout the day. Besides, the road condition in Pen is very
poor. After Pen, roads are comparatively better with very little traffic.
Accommodation options in Alibaug
There are plenty of hotels, resorts and homestays available in and around Alibaug. You can
choose one based on your preference and budget. Alibaug also has plenty of bungalows to
choose from.
Contributed by: Raj Kamal, HolidayIQ.com Traveller

Famous for/as: Beach
STD code:
Summer 22 To 40C, Winter 12 To 33C

Featured review about Alibaug

Amazing Konkan - Alibaug and allies
"Day 1 - Reached Alibaug town in a driving journey of 4 hours, 150kms from Pune by MumbaiPune highway.
Stay at Hotel Spice Land. Decent budget hotel with good standards. Located at Versoli Phata,
Alibaug, Raigad. Affiliated to Maharashtra government tourism. Clean rooms and attached
bathroom. Rate: 2500 per night (negotiable)
Suggested by hotel staff to visit Versoli beach which was in close proximity about 1-2 kms from
hotel. The road to this beach passes through narrow lanes flanked by small houses and huts
and dense greenery. The beach is very clean as compared to other beaches in Konkan. It has
black sand and various water adventure sports options. Also on the outskirts of the beach,
there some eateries that serve delicious prawns. A must try.
Next we visited Alibaug beach which was some 4-5 kms from Versoli again passing through
small bylanes. Packed with crowd, Alibaug beach is a crowded yet good beach to visit along
with Alibaug Fort. Water sports and All Terrain Bike rides available. Proceeded for dinner at
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Hotel Tushar located close to the hotel. Impressive hotel with good food but not delicious.
Nothing konkan or malvan about the food. Quite expensive on the pocket.
Day 2: Early morning checked out and left for Nagaon Beach. Again pretty crowded but one can
enjoy a lot. Many adventure sports activities like Parasailing, Water scooter ride, Bumper ride,
Banana ride etc. at nominal cost. Changing and bathing facilities as well as eateries available.
Average clean beach with decent atmosphere.
Lunch at Mahesh Lunch home just outside Nagaon beach recommended by localities. Small
place but over crowded due to their excellent sea food and veg thalis and being very cost
friendly. Extremely courteous staff who are always looking to serve you better with patience and
politeness fulfilling every demand. Excellent food with Surmai thali, pomfret Thalia a must try.
Not to miss this little place if one wants to enjoy authentic Konkan food.
One can also proceed for Kashid beach which is 22 kms from Nagaon and Murud Jangira forts
at 50 kms. Left for Pune on the way shopping at Konkan food bazaar for the home-made
delicacies and spices available very cheaply." - Shikha Singh, Pune, 4 weeks ago

A Must Visit Place-Alibaug

"My Experience at Alibaug was excellent. I felt like I travelled in very different territory, the
climate was very nice, plus the crowd was also very nice. I travelled to many places like would
like to describe them all.
1. Awas Beach: Very peaceful and deserted beach. You wont find people much here. Very
peaceful and clean beach
2. Mandwa Beach/ Port: One of the entry point for many from mumbaikar, this port is ferries
people through Jetty from Gate way to Mandwa beach, you can take bus from here to go to
Alibagh. The charges are also modest, 165/- for AC, 155/- for Upper desk, 135/- for lower seat.
Don't miss the thrill and mesmerizing moments while travelling. You can also take along couple
of chips packets and throw them to the birds flying along with the Jetty.
3. Khim Beach: one of the cool beach, things are pretty good here. Enjoy beach sport.
4. Alibaug beach: Enjoy boat rides, being in Alibaug, you can expect bit crowd on this beach.
5. Birla Temple: travel in the evening, bit far away from Alibaug, almost 30 kms away
6. Nagaon Beach: one of the most happening beach, had good crowd. You can enjoy many
water sports here. Also this place has many restaurant where you can enjoy sumai or promplet
thali. You can also buy surmai from here... One of the nice beach I visited in my tour
7. Kolaba fort: Can be visited once you're on Alibaug beach." - Nirdesh pachoriya , , 2
months ago
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Perfect for an relaxings hoilidays

"The special are the water sports, historic monuments & beaches. Kihim beach, Janjira fort,
Birla temple, Nagaon beach for water sports. You can enjoy both veg & non - veg foods, special
sea foods. You can get good food only in Alibaug or Raigad market & for veg food you have two
good hotel name ' shiv sagar' in Alibaug market & 'suruchi' near bus depo. You can also try
coconut jelly speciality of Alibaug. You can get good fruits. You can have a relaxing & very claim
atmosphere. Travelling is not so good because the roads are not proper develop. You can
travel by sea route from gate of India is good or take a train by road it is not so good. You can
enjoy badminton, cricket, valley ball at kihim beach it is very spacious. The water is also good &
clean. Carry a good camera for photo shoot, it is good place for natural photo shoot. You can
wear good relaxing clothes like shoots & t- shirts. Carry good sun glasses & water bottle every
time & specially when time to visit Janjira fort. It takes 1 hour to visit Janjira fort from inside." Vicky Mistri, Mumbai, 3 months ago
Simply breathtaking
"We wanted to spend the Christmas in a different way and so decided to visit Alibaug a quaint
seaside city only a few kilometers from Mumbai. We spent a weekend there and celebrated the
Christmas by the seaside.
Beach of Alibaug
We went to Alibaug in our own car. It was a pleasant ride with the sun shining brightly and a
slight nip in the air. It took around 3 hours to reach our resort. It was a big one with a swimming
pool and a huge garden. My daughter was very happy and as soon as we settled in our rooms
she went out to explore the place. We had our lunch and decided to check-out the beach. It
was just a five minutes walk from the resort.
The beach was a long one with blackish sand. There were lot of opportunities for watersports
and my daughter was very excited. We opted for a horse ride. The sun was already crimson red
and very soon in dipped into the sea giving the water a reddish tint. A cold wind was blowing
from the wind and we sat on the beach for some time soaking in the ambience.
We drank tea from a roadside stall and came back to the resort. It was already pitch dark
outside and we spent the rest of the evening playing badminton by the swimming pool.
The Janjira Fort is a tryst with history
Alibaug has several attractions along with its beach and we decided to explore a few of them.
Next day we went to see the Janjira Fort. It was situated in the middle of the sea and was an
architectural wonder that drew many tourists. A small boat took us to the fort. The ride was
pleasant but a little bit scary too with the boat swaying in the strong wind.
The fort was well-planned with sanitation and water tanks. The guide explained the features of
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the fort. The sweeping view of the sea from the top of the fort was simply breathtaking.
We also visited the Kasad and Murud beach. They were quaint beaches with white sand perfect
for strolling and other activities. We organized a small party by the pool for Christmas and
enjoyed ourselves. The children danced and sang and kept us entertained.
We left Alibaug on Sunday morning. It was a short trip but very memorable with the lovely views
of sea." - , , May 31, 2015

Enchanting 'ALIBAUG'
"Famed for its fresh air, clean water and sands, Alibaug is a coastal town in Maharashtra.
Situated at the south of Mumbai, this town is the headquarters of Raigad district.
The captivating mix of tranquil, sleepy fishing villages and various beaches, that it provides
makes it a popular weekend getaway for Mumbai revelers. The place boasts of being a well
liked center for business conferences during weekdays.
This place enjoys a pleasant climate throughout the year due to the vast number of trees.
Monsoon is very heavy and thus, some times ferries and catamarans are not operational from
mid-June to late September. However, the downpour and greenery make Alibaug irresistible
during the monsoons.
Best Time to Visit?
Throughout the year, especially in the monsoons.
Food, sight-seeing and shopping: Bhajias on the Beach
Nature has a habit of tempting and tantalising you, and literally supplying wings to your
imagination, but Alibaug, where nature, religion and history share an easy camaraderie, lets you
have your head in the clouds without letting your feet stray too far from the ground. The vast
water stretches in Alibaug lure you with the promise of dreamy, somnolent afternoons,
punctuated with lazy sips of cool coconut water and bhajias on the beach, even as the temples
up in the ghats soothe all who make the effort to reach their sanctum. A promise that they never
fail to keep.
This sylvan seaside getaway has long tried to please all comers, so whatever your fancy, some
avatar of Alibaug will present itself before you. So if it's an active weekend you prefer, or a
spiritual retreat, or even a journey into Maratha history, Alibaug has it.
After all, not for nothing did Salim Ali, India's best known ornithologist, spend the better part of
his life watching birds here. And not for nothing have the modern-day maharajas of Mumbai
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built their Weekend-Getaways-on-Sea by the shores of the Arabian Sea in Alibaug.

If you are the bhel puri, alu bonda loving type, you need not look beyond Alibaug Beach. Flora
Restaurant in Alibaug has a good selection of Indian veg and non-veg items. Their alu paratha
is worth a bite. There are several brands of local ice-creams available here, but not at most of
the hotel restaurants because of erratic power supply. For a hearty South Indian breakfast head
for Avni Dining Hall at Hotel Sea View, but for local Konkani veg fare head to Suman Hill
Resort's restaurant. More Konkani and Gujarati food can be had at Hotel Ravikiran's Sudama
Restaurant. The Royal Feast Restaurant at Big Splash is good for variety. They serve Chinese,
South Indian and Punjabi. If you're visiting Versoli around noon, Parnakuti serves Konkani, but
they need advance notice.

Prime Attractions of AlibaugThe place which was developed in the 17th century by Shivaji's naval chief Kanhoji Angre
houses many forts, churches, synagogues and the famous Tower of St. Barbara.
Beaches Alibaug beach: This is the key beach of the town. The Kolaba fort becomes visible from here.
Akshi Beach: It is situated 5 km away from Alibaug.
Kihim Beach: Kihim is a private place at a distance of 12 km from Alibaug. The place is famous
for intense cover of Coconut trees and forests which house butterflies, birds and flowers.
Kashid Beach: It is situated on the Alibaug-Murud highway, about 30 km away from Alibaug.
Mandawa: Situated 20 km north of Alibaug, many celebrities own bungalows here. The
catamaran/ferry services are available from Mumbai to the Mandawa jetty.
Nagaon beach: Located about 7 km away from Alibaug, this place is famous for coconuts and
betel nuts.
Other Attractions Kolaba fort: Built by Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in 1652, this fort is situated just a furlong away
from the shore. Its most spectacular feature is the freshwater well inside. The huge front
entrance arch has tigers, peacocks and elephants sculpted on it. With two gates, one at the
shore side and the other at the seaside, you can visit the fort either by walking across the
seashore or taking a buggy ride. Do keep a check on the tide, though before venturing out.A
prime location, this fort is situated in the sea at a distance of 1-2 km from the Alibaug shores.
One can walk to the fort in waist-deep water, at the time of fall. However, during the tide, boats
need to be used.
Kanakeshwar temple: This religious place is falls on the way to Mandawa, is on a hill near
Mapgaon village, about 12 km from Alibaug.
Chaul: This historic town; 15 km from Alibaug is famous for its Portuguese ruins, an old
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church, a synagogue, Buddhist caves, the Hamam Khana and a temple.

Vikram Vinayak Temple or Birla Temple, Salav: The temple falls on the way to Janjira, 20 km
from Alibaug.
Murud-Janjira: Janjira is a celebrated fort situated not very far from Alibag.
. Vrindavan Farm: Spread over 28 acres, this farm houses over 70,000 plants on sale, which
include several exotic varieties of crotons and cacti to the more common species of mangoes
and guavas. Also located within the farm is Tiny Wings, which is an arts and crafts gallery with
several bidri ware, patta chitras and other pruce from Bastar Tribe on display.
Being a tourist center, there are many hotels, resorts and lodges in the town:
1. Big Splash
2. Hotel Ravikiran
3. Kashid Beach resort
4. Prakruti resort
5. Sand piper resort
6. Sunglow resort
7. Windmill resort
8. Tropicana Resort
9. Doctors Farm
10. Sahyadr Hotel
11. Ghanvatkar Bungalow
12.Sidz Cottage.
13.Kamath Residency
14.Sun N Sea Beach Resort
15.Sunglow Resort
16.Petron Resort
17.Seaview Hotel
18.Jogalekar Cottage
19.Vedant Holiday Home
20.Akshay Bungalow.
21.Sagar Lodge.
Activities & things to do: Mumbaikars spend their weekends in a rejuvenating way in Alibaug,
play beach games on its scintillating beaches, enjoy the delicacy of the sea-food, vegggies go
for pani-puris & Bhelpuris, Feel the fresh breeze of the sea on the beaches, and there are lot of
activities you can do to enjoy the perfect weather of this tourist destination.
Travel tips, How to reach, travel warnings etc: How to get there?
Alibaug is easy to get to in about an hour by the combination of a catamaran/ferry from
Gateway of India in south Mumbai (three hours) and then by bus from Mandwa jetty across the
It is also accessible by road via Panvel in about three hours (124 km).
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By Boat/Cataraman/FerryThere are three agencies that run ferry services/catamarans: PNP, AJANTA and MALDAR. The
ferry/catamaran takes you to Mandwa from Gateway by the sea route and from Mandwa, buses
of the respective agencies takes you to Alibag by road. Catamarans are small ships. The tickets
(costing 40 or 50 rupees) have to be bought beforehand and it includes the fare of the ferry
service and the bus, both combined. Suppose you catch the ferry run by AJANTA, then
remember after reaching Mandwa, you should not be in a mood to roam around because you
have to immediately catch the connecting Bus of AJANTA from Mandwa to Alibag. Or else you
will be left behind only to wait for the next bus. AJANTA and MALDARs ferry services helps to
enjoy the sea breeze while PNPs catamaran service takes you in a fully covered AC coach and
as a result you can by no way enjoy the sea. Dont forget to collect a timetable of the services of
each agency at the ticket counter at Gateway. The last catamaran that leaves Gateway is by
PNP at 8:10 PM. If you wish you can also have a view of the sea from the top of the ferry during
your travel by the sea. The guys may charge you 10 bucks extra for going to the top of the ferry.
The view of the Taj and the Gateway from the sea is awesome and dont forget to snap them,
although Photography is prohibited on the Ferry as per notice by the Navy. The skyline of
Mumbai is worth getting snapped. BUT its wise and better to ask the ferry personnel beforehand
or else you may land up surrendering your film roll etc with embarrassment. Avoid planning ur
travel during monsoons because this ferry service is stopped for three and a half months during
the monsoons. The time taken to reach Alibag from Gateway via Mandwa is around 2 hours.
The catamarans are faster than the ferry service so if you catch a catamaran you reach faster.
Small passenger service boats ply frequently between Mumbai and Mandwa or Rewas. They
are cheap but take more than 90 min
By RoadThere are a number of buses plying round the clock from Mumbai, Parel, Dadar, Boriwali and
Thane. Alibag is on the Mumbai-Goa route (not exactly - from Vadkhal - there is a diversion)
and is also accessible by Konkan Railway. Get down at Panvel and you can catch a bus.
By RailOnly two options - Get down at Panvel (65 Km) or Pen (Only Konkan Railway - Get down at
Ramawadi Station - 23 Km). You can catch a bus. I will not recommend this option.
By AirMumbai is the nearest airport. (Approx - 110 Km). Pune is another one.(140 Km). Getting off at
Pune is not a good choice. You don't get frequent buses and journey is horrible." - Tarun
Jain, Bangalore, Apr 13, 2009
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Top attractions in Alibaug recommended by HolidayIQ.com travellers


Alibag Beach

Entry: Free
Ranked: 1 Of 26
Ratings: 5.66/7 (41 Reviews)
"I am from delhi and i visit Alibaug beach in November with my mumbai freinds.The Alibaug
beach is about 100 km far from mumbai and this is main clean and charming beach closest to
the town.The major attractions of the beach are Fresh air, Sandy..." - Jitendra Singh, New
Delhi, 2 months ago
Kihim Beach
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Ranked: 2 Of 26
Ratings: 5.03/7 (28 Reviews)
"Water was so clean at this beach. Very peacful beach and also very safe. Very long n wide
beach. Love to visit kihim beach. We had coxonut water over their. Their only one coconut
wendar found on beach side. At time of our visit.their are sime..." - Dhaval pachchigar ,
Surat, 2 months ago

Nagaon beach

Entry: Free
Ranked: 3 Of 26
Ratings: 5.33/7 (24 Reviews)
"This is very nice beach. A lot of fun but need to be maintained from bottles, plastic. It need
some clean areas. Else all other things like horse cart ride, Banana boats are nice and good.
Surrounding is good and fascinating. Best time to travel..." - Rajendra Gunjal, Pune, 2
months ago
Janjira Fort
Entry: Free
Ranked: 4 Of 26
Ratings: 5.24/7 (19 Reviews)
Timings: Monday - Friday - 07:00 To 18:00 , Saturday - 07:00 To 18:00 , Sunday - 07:00 To
18:00 , Public Holidays - 07:00 To 18:00
"fort is very nice. Located inside 1 km inside sea. but management was very worst to get in and
down from the boat. services was very bad on Janjira fort. will think a olot for next time visit" Prakash thakur , Pune, 1 month ago

Mandwa Beach

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Entry: Free
Ranked: 5 Of 26
Ratings: 5.25/7 (6 Reviews)
"Very near form Awas just 6-8 kms where you can get a ferry to Gateway of India. These ferry
rides are available on hourly basis and are very convenient for Mumbaikars! Also has ample
parking space and food joints for chilling. Should visit in..." - Kapil , Bangalore, Nov 15, 2014

Varsoli beach

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Ranked: 6 Of 26
Ratings: 5.75/7 (6 Reviews)
"The beach is quite clean, one of the beaches one must visit while travelling to alibaugh. Best
time to visit is during sun set. There are many affordable cottages near the beach that will make
the stay a memorable one. " - Rahul Joshi, Mumbai, 2 months ago
Kulaba Fort
Entry: Free
Ranked: 7 Of 26
Ratings: 5.80/7 (3 Reviews)
"Great experience, the fort size and appearance is great also if you stand the at the top of the
wall the sea view is awesome. Specially recommended during sunset." - Debanjan ,
Bangalore, Aug 18, 2015

Kanakeshwar Forest
Entry: Free
Ranked: 8 Of 26
Ratings: 6.00/7 (3 Reviews)
"Great scenic beauty while going through Kankeshwar temple. It is tiring though and it is more
of trekking spot. If you have small kid you may want to skip this place. Great place for trekkers. "
- Manoj Joshi, Mumbai, Sep 11, 2015

Vikram Vinakyak Temple

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Ranked: 9 Of 26
Ratings: 7.00/7 (2 Reviews)
Timings: Monday - Friday - 06:00 To 21:00 , Saturday - 06:00 To 21:00 , Sunday - 06:00 To
21:00 , Public Holidays - 06:00 To 21:00

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"This temple is also known as birla mandir. Idols are carved from white marble. there are five
different sanctums and each idol is very beautiful. Well maintained temple with simple
architecture but there is something that give you a feeling of..." - Akshaya Patil, Mumbai, 3
weeks ago
10 Someshwar

Entry: Free
Ranked: 10 Of 26
Ratings: 5.50/7 (1 Reviews)
Timings: Monday - Friday - 06:00 To 19:00 , Saturday - 06:00 To 19:00 , Sunday - 06:00 To
19:00 , Public Holidays - 06:00 To 19:00
"in tempal we have praye to god save the fort the lifetime" - Jedia , , Jan 19, 2014

Popular hotels in Alibaug recommended by HolidayIQ.com travellers


Tropicana Resort
Rs. Upto 7,700
Ranked: 1 Of 122
Ratings: 5.75/7 (45 Reviews)
Address: Chondi Naka
Mapgaon Road
Phone: 2141-232143
Website: Www.tropicanaresortindia.com
"Great stay more then what I expected from a hotel in Alibaug....checkin time is
2 o'clock which is a bit late but front office was extremely helpful and overall it
was a great stay...will surely go back again ...restaurant does not serve a la..." Ekta mulchandani , , 1 week ago
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Radisson Resort & Spa

Rs. 10,500 - 20,000
Ranked: 2 Of 122
Ratings: 5.9/7 (143 Reviews)
Address: Near Gonthal Pata
Phone: 2141277777
Website: Www.radisson.com/Alibaugin
"Radisson blue is one of the best place to stay at Alibaug. Its not so far from
Alibaug beach. Property is well maintained with beautiful room location. We
stayed there for 1 night and enjoyed the most. Restaurant is relatively bit
expensive but..." - Rajendra Patel, Delhi, 3 days ago

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expensive but..." - Rajendra Patel, Delhi, 3 days ago

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Jogalekar Cottage
Rs. 3,200 - 3,800
Ranked: 3 Of 122
Ratings: 5.51/7 (369 Reviews)
Address: Near Z. P. Marathi School
Awas- Alibaug
Phone: +918067541852
Website: Www.jogalekarcottage.com
"Our stay at your hotel was superb and your staff was very obedient and quick in
giving service. Also, the food also was very excellent. I will be glad to suggest
your hotel to my relatives and friends while their visit to Alibaugh. Our stay at..." Arun , Delhi, 2 weeks ago
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Outpost @ Alibaug
Rs. Upto 5,000
Ranked: 4 Of 122
Ratings: 5.57/7 (17 Reviews)
Phone: 2141-232885
Website: Www.outpostatalibaug.com
"The destination is fantastic Rooms are also good Activities like games room
swimming pool etc are good Staff is poor & irresponsible. Food expensive but
tasteless. Resort is wellkept clean & nice to spend a day or two. With family or
friends..." - Gaurav Shah, Pune, Oct 2, 2015
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Sai Inn Resort

Rs. 3,200 - 5,800
Ranked: 5 Of 122
Ratings: 5.25/7 (26 Reviews)
Address: Rewas-Alibag Road
At Chondi Village
Phone: 22-22181678
Website: Www.sai-Inn.com
"Nice resort with clean rooms. Large space for kids play area and indoor games.
Various rides are also there to enjoy...large garden area......Had selected
cottage for stay with garden view. Had a good experience. Buffet breakfast was
included..." - Arti Jain, Delhi, 3 months ago

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Ghanvatkar Bunglow
Rs. 2,000 - 2,800
Ranked: 6 Of 122
Ratings: 5.53/7 (40 Reviews)
Address: Near Patil Poultry Farm
Alibagh - Mandwa Road
Phone: 9322247222
Website: Http://Holidaygb.in/
"Good place, value for money. Excellent food with variety and home made food
taste. More activities can be arranged. Cleanliness can be better. Its also a
good place for a big family get together. Overall good experience and worth to
go second time..." - Pushkar kulkarni , , 3 weeks ago
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Paradise villas & Resort

Rs. 2,400 - 3,200
Ranked: 7 Of 122
Ratings: 5.13/7 (25 Reviews)
Address: Balaji House, Choundhi,
Near Kihim Beach,
Phone: 2141-232232
Website: Www.paradiseresort.in
"Visited Alibaug over weekend with friends - one of the friends suggested this
resort (he had been here before). It was a place which pleased the eyes, so
peaceful. Talking about amenities, all basic amenities were covered in our types
of rooms..." - Jay K, Thane, Sep 12, 2015
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Ruturaj inn
Rs. 2,500 - 3,400
Ranked: 8 Of 122
Ratings: 5.38/7 (40 Reviews)
Address: Varsoli Beach Road
Near Vittal Mandir
Phone: 91-9892929299
"Value for money.. Just a suggestion. If any ride can be added in swimming

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pool. Then it was be a perfect holiday Inn. Food was good. Just few minutes of
walking distance from various beach. Overall a good place for 1-2 days of
holiday...." - Kartik hariharan , , Today
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Samudra City Hotel

Rs. 2,000 - 2,600
Ranked: 9 Of 122
Ratings: 5.1/7 (216 Reviews)
Address: Mandva Road, Opp Ameli Rice Mill
Near Bank Of India
Chondi, Alibaug
Phone: +918067541842
"It was a good hotel..the hotel is situated at good location..the appearance of
hotel is good..service of hotel is good..well it ws best to stay in samudra city
hotel..the appearances of the room was good..reception staff was also co..." Aamir , Delhi, Today
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10 Kaivalya

Rs. 2,800 - 3,200
Ranked: 10 Of 122
Ratings: 5.91/7 (4 Reviews)
Phone: 91-9322331743
Website: Www.kaivalyafarms.com
"They charge you on a per person basis. We were expected to sleep in a very
modest single room that had 3 beds and extra mattresses. The photos that were
shared at the time of booking (with full disclosure of number of people visiting)
did not..." - Kaustubh Kulkarni, Mumbai, 4 weeks ago
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Best way to travel from Mumbai to Alibaug

Alibaug is situated at a distance of around 96 km from Mumbai. It is a beautiful coastal town and
is connected to Mumbai by roadways. The best way to reach Alibaug is by bus that takes
around 2 hours. The places covered between Mumbai to Alibaug are Mumbai 13 km ->
Mankhurd -28 km -> Panvel -20 km -> Chirner 15 km -> Govirle 7 km -> Pen 12 km
-> Shahabaj 16 km -> Samarth Nagar 3 km-> Alibaug. Several BPCL petrol pumps and
food joints, restaurants, hotels and hospitals are available on the way to Alibaug from Mumbai.

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Transport options from Mumbai to Alibaug

Mumbai to Alibaug By Bus: Take a direct bus from Mumbai to Alibaug that takes around 2
hours. The Alibaug bus stand is located at a distance of around 2 km from the city centre and
can be reached by taking auto rickshaws and taxis. Recommended for individual travellers and
Mumbai to Alibaug By Car: Rented cars and taxis are available from Mumbai to Alibaug, which
takes around 2 hours. Taxi or cab fares range from INR11 to INR30 per kilometre, depending
upon the showtype of car. This mode of transport is suitable while travelling with families,
seniors and kids.

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