Sightseeing Places | Holidays In Resorts:
The Usarvardhane Waterfalls: A magnificient waterfall near the Kansai village awaits you. Here the water falls from a height of 300 ft amidst dense forests. And you will find the way to the waterfalls adventurous as it goes through the jungle trails. Located 5 Kms by vehicle and a 45 mins trek thereafter, your vehicle can be parked at the village.
The Famous Alibaug Beaches of Kihim and Mandwa: These two beaches are located 12 miles north of Alibaugh on the north coast and are easily accessible from one of best resorts near Alibaugh. Mandwa is a beautiful, untrodden beach. On a clear day one can enjoy a long, breathtaking view across the bay, even up to the Gateway of India. Mandwa village too, has a charm of its own – with its beautiful groves of coconut palms. You can plan an unusual tent holiday nearby at Kihim. Unspoilt and isolated, this beautiful place has a soothing effect on all city dwellers. For the nature lover, Kihim has a lot to offer: woods brimming with wild flowers and rare butterflies and birds. Worth visiting is the Kolaba Fort, just a furlong away from the shore. 15 kms from Alibag is Chaul, an historic place with Portuguese ruins, Buddhist Caves, the Hamam Khana, a church, a temple and even a synagogue.
The Nandgaon and Kashid Beaches | Family Resorts Near Pune Mumbai Alibaug: of these two undiscovered beaches, Nandgaon is famous for its Ganapati temple and the annual fair held in honour of ths elephant-headed god every February.
The Birla Temple | Holidays In Resorts near Pune Mumbai Alibaug: This temple is 50 Kms from our resort at a small village named ‘ Salav ‘ on the Alibaugh – Roha route. There is a temple on a hill top near Salav village. Vikram Ispat company, a part of Birla udyog group has built this temple called ‘ Birla Mandir’. This temple is between the Vikram Ispat company and its beautifully located residential colony. It is a temple built in pure milk white marble and its dome can be seen from a long distance also. It can be reached by road or by climbing the steps. While climbing the temple steps one is always mesmerized by the landscape. On both sides of the steps is green velvet carpet of grass and beautiful flowers which will keep you spell bound for a minute.
The temple is built in pure marble and the hall of the temple is open from all sides. The ceiling of the temple is transparent which allows free flow of air and ample light. On entering the temple there is a square shaped nave made of marble with beautiful carvings.. The beautifully carved idol of ‘Ganapati’ is placed on the nave. The idols of ‘Riddhi and Siddhi’ are placed on both sides of idol. Around the nave are small temples of ‘Radha-Krishna’, ‘Shiv-Parvati’, ‘Bhavanidevi’ and ‘Suryadeva’. In the the garden next to the temple there is a statue of the “Late Aditya Birla”.
Around the statue is a beautiful gardened landscape along with colored water fountains. The pleasant climate adds to the beauty of the temple. From the temple hill top the glimpse of the green hill tops surrounding the temple and the lighted Vikram Ispat company on the other side which is a beautiful sight late in the evening.