Alibaug is renowned for its spectacular beaches. However, this cozy little seaside town offers much more, especially during the monsoon season. From towering hills and lush green forests to ancient forts and dazzling restaurants, Alibaug welcomes every traveler to a host of otherworldly adventures. Without further ado, here are the top 10 activities you must do at Alibaug during monsoons.
M2M makes monsoon travel possible! Come onboard M2M Ferries to enjoy a sail filled with adventure, thrill, and fun all through the year including the monsoon. Book your sail on www.m2mferries.com or via the M2M Ferries app and enjoy the rainy season on the sea.
The rainy season is never complete without ‘garma garam chai’. Enjoy sizzling hot delicacies like maggi, vada pav, and stuffed kulchas along with a hot cup of coffee/tea onboard M2M Ferries.
Treat yourself to some irresistible delicacies while enjoying the beautiful ocean view, at Fountain Sizzlers. Renowned for its lip-smacking starters and sizzlers.
Walk through the forest as the rich flora and fauna come alive to the music of raindrops. Embrace your wild side with a trek through the Kanakeshwar Forest and enjoy the spectacular sights of the lush greenery and clouds.
The Native Biodiversity Garden is your gateway to the unique flora and ecosystem of the Alibaug region. Just a stone’s throw away from Teenvira Dam, the garden has 17 different thematic sections, all of which offer a peek into the natural heritage and habitat of Alibaug.
Forts and lighthouses have charmed us ever since we were kids and at Korlai you can embrace this childhood fascination. Built in 1521 AD by the Portuguese, Korlai Fort is divided into 3 enclosures which contain a church, ruins, and a water cistern. The lighthouse here is a visual treat.
Mountain or sea? You don’t have to choose between the two when you embark on a trek at Sagargad Fort. Enjoy both a steep ascent and a long walk from the jungle through various waterfalls, which ultimately guides you to a panoramic view of the Arabian Sea from the summit.
Just a little trek ahead of the Sagargad Fort, witness the majestic Siddheshwar or Dhonde Waterfall. The route to the fall is adventurous enough for even expert trekkers. Remember to pack snacks and water as there are no options along the way.
Enjoy cycling in the rain? Rent a bicycle from Wander and soak in the beautiful views of the coastal roads, breath in the fresh air of lush green valleys, and marvel at the majestic historical places.
Once a favorite hunting site for the rulers from Murud, Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary is a haven for nature lovers. An assortment of the wide canopy and peaceful serenity makes it an oasis of wildlife, especially rare birds and insects.