Alibagh Tour

Alibag Tourist Spots

Alibag is just very divine, aptly surrounded by the Arabian Sea. It is famously traveled by travelers from all parts of the globe to sink in the architectural heritage of its lavish sea forts, and blissful pristine beaches. People who long for local fish delicacies love this mystic destination in Maharashtra. It has been more of a picnic spot and an ideal weekend getaway due to its closeness to Mumbai.

Being barely around 95 km from Mumbai, Alibag can be reached in under 2 hours via NH 66. Alibag also means 'the garden of Ali', and truly so it is for everyone searching a peaceful space in the ever beautiful region of Konkan. This destination lies in the Raigad district with sea on all its sides. It has close resemblance to Goa, thus people who cannot make relatively long journey to Goa settle for a quick trip to Alibag. The Arabian Sea backdrop brings to Alibag its source of tranquilityamidst crystal clear lacunae beaches. This mini-town can also be reached via ferry from Mumbai. Generally, people flock at the Gateway of India, Mumbai to catch a ferry for Alibag. It is said that soon enough Catamaran will be re-starting again to render speed to people’s trip to this mini tourist spot of Maharashtra.

Sightseeing in and around Alibag:

Kolaba Fort

This scenic spot is right next to the mainstream seashore. Travelers get full value for their money especially when they visit this place during low tide. This fort has a mini village within it so as to render visitors an splendid opportunity to dabble around. Being built in 1680 by Shivaji, the fort stands strong and tall toscale around, take a view of the sea and click the best photos.

  • Shree VikramVinayak Temple

  • Magnetic Observatory

  • Varsoli Beach (12 kms from Alibag)

  • KanakeshwarDevasthan Temple

  • Kanakeshwar Forest

  • Akshi Beach

  • Mandwa Beach

  • Nagoba Mandir

  • Vrindavan Farm

  • KanhojiAngre Samadhi