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Mandwa Beach

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The western coast of India is located between Kerala and Gujarat and extends from the Arabian Sea to the Western Ghats. Its total length is 1400 km, width ranges from 10 km to 80 km, and the elevation ranges from 150 m to 300 m above sea level. It is characterized by sandy beaches, mud-flats, sand-dunes, alluvial tracts, estuaries, lagoons, residual hills and more. It lacks deltas as the short and swift rivers are not able to make deltas in this coast.
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poohtmp wrote a review Yesterday
Mumbai, India55 contributions3 helpful votes
If you just want to enjoy beauty of the beach..this is perfect place. Less crowded.. without any shops, vendors.. But beach water is not v clean compared to kihim beach
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Nisha wrote a review Mar 2020
Vadodara, India61 contributions5 helpful votes
Mandva beach is located in Mumbai area .it's around 2 hr ride in jetty from Mumbai .cool beach great clean beach here .such a lovely beach it was
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Date of experience: March 2020
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lolitabil wrote a review Jan 2020
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates159 contributions30 helpful votes
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The ferry ride from Gateway of India takes travellers till Mandwa jetty, the popular carriers are Ajanta (non A/c), PNC and Maldaar (Air conditioned) We availed PNC carrier to reach Mandwa jetty. Supposedly the tickets for the same can be purchased from the counter. Unfortunately, the ferry tickets were not available at the counter as due to heavy rush they were unable to determine the no. of tickets (???, could have been possible as per no. of seats available in the carrier). There was a long que for Ajanta ferry leaving every half and hour. While we were in the que there was a frantic call that PNC is scheduled to arrive soon. Many travellers rushed to the specified site ant after about 45 minutes the PNC ferry left the shores of Gateway of India. The experience was alright, the carrier had good seating arrangement in the lower deck and the passengers could climb upto upper deck if they so desired. While returning from Mandwa jetty due to time constraints we took Ajanta ferry, which takes longer time to reach as compared to PNBC carrier. The ferry was open unlike PNC carrier but it had its own advantages as you can absorb the sight in a much better way. Overall it is quite enjoyable ride in both the carriers. The Mandwa beach is beautiful dotted with good restaurants and resorts. I feel it is a better idea to stay in one of the resorts for a couple of days rather than just visiting the beach.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Pranay wrote a review Dec 2019
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Mandwa is a village in Raigad district, Maharashtra, India. It is popular as a weekend beach destination from Mumbai city, mainly because of the direct Ferry services available near Mandwa Beach to and from Mumbai.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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rekharakesh wrote a review Dec 2019
Saharanpur, India105 contributions52 helpful votes
Beautiful sunrise view. So close to Mandwa jetty. However I wish visitors would resist from leaving trash on the beach. Can we not have some garbage collection or cleanliness control by locals. It's sad to see the very few mangrove bushes and covered with plastic fishing nets, liquor bottles or empty snack packs
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Date of experience: December 2019
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