The Alibaug Campsite shares its borders with the majestic Arabian Sea and thus, locals usually refer to Alibaug as the Goa of Maharashtra. It also shares its boundaries with Israeli-Jewish area, home to many Jewish familiesSo, if you’re a culture vulture, you might want to head that direction and try to absorb some of Jewish culture’s rich history and tradition.
It is only 9 kilometers from Mumbai and can be easily reached via NH 66. It’s magnificent sea forts, virgin beaches and local seafood cuisine make it famous.
The drive to Alibaug is a must-do since it provides breathtaking views.There are many forts, beaches, and even celebrity bungalows to visit. As a result, there is no shortage of activities to do and places to visit in Alibaug.. It’s a perfect weekend getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city with friends or family to look for some peace, serenity and sun soaked beaches.
What makes the spot interesting for camping is this serene atmosphere and spectacular views of the sunset and sunrise. Thus, you must not Miss out the Sun Rise as it is really awesome to watch with hot morning tea .
There are various kinds of indoor games such as carom, badminton, volleyball. You may enjoy outdoor sports, such as cricket,football, basketball, etc. You can also enjoy the various water sports activities which happen on the other end of this beach.
Alibaug offers the perfect backdrop for a fun and relaxing evening as it is surrounded on all sides by the calm waters of the Arabian Sea and is lined with sun-kissed beaches.
You can sit near the beach or go beach walking, linger in the tent, the comfort of a campfire, mouth watering barbecue, movie screening , live music and enjoying the beauty of nature under the stars.
Alibaug Beach Camping provides you with an unforgettable experience and lifelong memories.
Nearby places to visit…
It’s about 1-2 kilometres from Alibaug’s beaches.
The average height of the walls of the fort is 25 feet. There are two main entrances: one to the beach and the other to Alibaug. When visiting this fort during the monsoons, you’ll have to wade across the water at low tide.. Another interest in this area is the Siddhivinayak temple, which is located within the fort.
The drive to Alibaug is a must-do since it provides breathtaking views.
You can watch the lovely sunset with its orange tint when walking on this beach in the evening.This beach is ideal for activities such as snorkelling and scuba diving, as well as other adventure water sports.
It’s a dense forest with a variety of rare flora and wildlife, and the air is always pleasant and the breezes are plentiful.The old Shiva temple on a tiny hill near the village of Mapgaon, at an elevation of 1200 feet, is another attraction.
It was one of Alibaug’s most visited holy places, located 20 kilometres distant. There are two kunds, both of which are encircled on both sides by steps. i.e. Shiva Pool and Brahmas Kund. The water in the kunds was gained by erecting walls, according to legend, when Lord Brahma bathed Lord Krishna.
Essentials to carry
You must carry a good pair of sports shoes and comfortable clothes so you are at maximum comfort.
You must carry clothes according to the climate.
For a very obvious reason that you must keep yourself hydrated. So, carrying drinking water is mandated.
You must carry some ready to eat food like cakes, biscuits with you.
Make sure you don’t forget to carry essentials like torchlight, first aid, etc.
Without any doubt, carrying identity proofs is compulsory.
Points to be noted
Make sure you carry as much as light luggage as possible.
All the activities & programs carry a certain amount of risk of injury. So, just be aware and alert to avoid any such injury.
Carrying valuable items during the trek is not recommended.