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Kihim - Alibaug

Kihim is a quaint fishing village located to the north of Alibaug.

This is the resort we stayed in.




We chose Kihim because Alibaug would be very crowded during May time.

Both the beaches have camel, horse rides and ATVs to drive.


The Alibaug Fort is in the middle of the water so you will have to take a horse carriage or boat depending on the tide.

Sai Inn

Food
There are small roadside or beach shacks serving fresh sea food. This is quite cheap as compared to Bombay.

On the way to and from Alibaug you will find a lot of mango, onion and jamun sellers.

P.S- Choose any hotel for staying but savour authentic local cuisine(restaurant food at good hotels tastes the same whereever you go) .

Sai Inn


Directions
Kihim is 2 and a half hours away from Bombay according to Google maps but when I went it took me 5 and a half hours to reach Kihim because there was a major traffic jam. Coming back took me 4 hours.

MAP

Sai Inn Holiday Resort (Chondi village) is 10 minutes by car from Kihim Beach.

 Kihim

Kihim to Alibaug proper is 30 minutes by car.

2 days and 1 night is more than enough to see Alibaug.

HAPPY TRAVELLING !!!

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