Kolaba Fort, Alibag

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Kolaba Fort, Alibag
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Situated amidst the sea and surrounded by water on all sides, Kolaba Fort or Alibaug Fort is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Alibaug. It is a 300-year old fort which was once chief naval stations during the reign of Shivaji Maharaj in Maharashtra. The fort is 25-feet high and only 2 km from the Alibaug shores and is accessible on foot during low tide. The most interesting feature of the fort is that despite being a part of a saltwater body, the fort has a fresh-water well. Book your tickets to admire this isolated yet spectacular military fortification located amidst the Arabian sea!

Things to see

  • Carvings of animals like tigers, peacocks, and elephants on the entrance arch
  • A dargah of Haji Kamaluddin Shah and two English cannons
  • Siddhivinayak Temple built in 1759 by Raghoji Angre 
  • Temples dedicated to Mahishasura and Goddess Padmavati
  • Nagaon beach
  • Alibaug beach
  • Akshi Beach
  • Kihim beach
  • Varsoli Beach
  • Undheri Fort
  • Rewas jetty
  • Mandwa
  • Kanakeshwar Devasthan Temple
  • Brahma Kund

How to get there?

  • Nearest Airport: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
  • Nearest Railway Station: Solapur
  • Nearest Bus Station: Alibaug Bus Stand


Kolaba Fort, Alibag

Kolaba Fort, Alibag, Alibag, Alibag, Raigad, Maharashtra, 402201


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