Manori Beaches are among the most picturesque beaches that
Mumbai boasts of. These beaches are located at the distance
of approximately 19kms from Mumbai. The sheer scenic beauty
of these beaches with unspoilt sand is conspicuous with the
absence of the chaotic crowd of vendors that are so common
to Mumbai beaches.
You can enjoy the Sun and the Sea amidst complete silence
except the music of surging waves that you would love to
explore. Marve and Manori beaches are dotted with some of
the finely managed exotic private cottages built on the
backdrop of the vast Arabian Sea and gaping Sun, that make
these beaches all the more a tempting site to visit.
There is one ancient Portuguese Church at Marve and a grove
of Cashew nut trees that add to the beauty of this beach.
Along with Marve and Manori Beaches there is Gorai Beach
which too is equally popular among revelers. These three
locales are inhabited by Catholic natives of Mumbai, and the
kind of attire they wear along with old churches make the
region resemble to that of Goa's aura.
How to Reach Marve and Manorri
Mumbai is easily accessible by air to all the corners of the
country and abroad. Chhatrapati Shivaji International
Airport and domestic airport carry the services of almost
all the major flights. These airports are well connected to
all the major points of the city by road and suburban
Mumbai has an efficient network of local trains that you can
board to reach each and every nook and cranny of the city.
The nearest railway station is Malad, about 12kms from the
Churchgate Virar suburban section of Western Railway.
Mumbai is well connected to all the major cities of
Maharashtra state and other states neighboring to it. City
bus services are run by BEST connecting
You can also board a ferry to reach Marve, Manori and Gorai
beaches. Manori is across Marve Creek and motorboats can
take you there. You can also enjoy country boats that are
easily available from Marve. There are regular ferry
services from Marve.