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Mumbai Beaches
The perfect retreat from the busy city

Mumbai Beaches are part of the attractions of this amazing city of Mumbai, once called Bombay on the western shores of the Indian Subcontinent. Bathed by the Arabian Sea it features very beautiful beaches with terrific sunsets.

The beaches of Mumbai are also known as scenery for many Indian films. It has amazing restaurants.

To summarize, these beaches offer a break on the busy and chaotic life of Mumbai. Come to Mumbai for business and also enjoy its great beaches.


Chowpatty Beach is the perfect retreat from Mumbai

Chowpatty Beach is the perfect retreat from Mumbai


Chowpatty Beach

This is at the same time one of the most beautiful and most visited beaches in Mumbai. It serves for the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.

It is also called just Chaupati. It means four channels or four creeks. It is also famous for the Festival of Ganesh Chaturthi, when thousands of people gather here to celebrate this festival; Ramlila is performed here every year.




The sun sinks into the Arabian Sea in Juhu Beach Mumbai

The sun sinks into the Arabian Sea in Juhu Beach Mumbai

Juhu Beach

This is one of the most famous Indian beaches. Located in Ville Parle it is also one of most visited beaches in India. It is located only 18 Km from downtown Mumbai and is usually a spotting site for movie celebrities of India.

This beach is well known for its street food stands and becomes very crowded during evenings.

Madh Island Beach

This is one of the cleanest beaches of the state. It is actually a group of little villages located on the northwestern section of Mumbai

The shores are surrounded by lush vegetation that ads to the beauty of the beach. Also located here is Bonaventure Church which was built by Portuguese.

Every year on the second Sunday of January Erangal Feast is held here.



Mumbai Beaches

Versova Beach near Mumbai Financial Capital of India

Versova Beach near Mumbai Financial Capital of India


Versova Beach

This beach is a continuation of Juhu Beach separated by a creek. It is located on the suburbs of Andheri. It is the home of a large community of fishing people called “Kolis” and therefore famous for its fishing market auctions held here every day.

Its name comes from the Marathi word meaning rest. It is said that Chatrapati Shivaji Raje came here for rest after the battles.

Gorai Beach

This is the beach for those seeking solitude away from crowds. It is near the Essel World Amusement Park.


People gather on Aksa Beach for spectacular sunsets

People gather on Aksa Beach for spectacular sunsets

Aksa Beach

This is a quiet and clean beach located in Malad with many private homes and hotels for the enjoyment of tourists on their vacations. vacation. This beach is not safe for swimming but ideal for sunbathing.

Manori Beach, Mumbai

This is a local fishing community. Its claim to fame is the world largest structure of Buddha and the Global Vipassana Pagoda.

Akshi Beach

This is a beach where after visiting the colorful Indian country you will find a respite. Locals call it the ideal weekend getaway for bird watching a relaxing your body and soul.

its clean waters, white sand and dense covering of suru trees, this beach invites you to bring your suntan lotion, your towel and forget from the rest of the world.

For more information visit India Tourism Website


Nagoa Beach in Diu north of Mumbai India

Nagoa Beach in Diu north of Mumbai India


Nagoa Beach, Diu

This beach is located in Diu about 180 Km north of Mumbai. It is a beach that has remained relatively untouched by commercial development.

It is surrounded by Hokka trees which are not found anywhere else in India. Visitors like to pick the lush oval fruit of these trees and enjoying the crystal clear waters or taking part in an array of water sports offered locally.


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