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Ideal duration: 1 day

Best time: Throughout the year (Read More)

Nearest Airport: Mumbai (Check Flights)

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"Mumbai's little Goa"

Manori Tourism

Manori beach, along with Gorai beach is a growing favourite among back packers and people who just want to cross over to the peace and quiet of the country side for a while.

One day off from work. No time to travel too far. Low on petrol and just enough hours to pack up and leave for a refreshing day out. Manori offers much more than just a day's getaway to the beach. The two kilometer long beach in Manori is the nearest to the hustle and bustle of the city of dreams, yet far away from it. Manori is home to fishing communities, and a culture very reminiscent of Goa, the whole area given ample shade by a carpet of coconut and cashew trees that line the beach, hammocks tied to them, making you want to switch to your vacation side immediately. Other than the picnickers, the spiritually inclined will find Manori truly satisfying with places like the two Nath Sampradaya Ashrams, The Samudreshwar temple and the Global Vipassana Pagoda to go to.

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Hotels in Manori

Top Hotels in Manori

  • Silverador Resort Club

    INR 2,720 /night onwards

  • Pali Beach Resort

    INR 2,000 /night onwards

  • Boutique stay with a pool in Thane, by GuestHouser 13068

    INR 5,526 /night onwards


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Manori is a home to a picturesque beach that lines it. The fringed beach makes for a fantastic picnic spot for all Mumbaikars. It's famous for it's all night parties, which attract a younger crowd. A relaxing place for a little getaway. Clean Beaches and a lesser crowd as compared to other Mumbai beaches. Beautifully maintained private cottages are lined along the sea, which is rented out for a comfortable stay.

Owing to the Goan culture that predominantly exists in Manori, the cuisine is mostly East Indian and sea food. Even though most of the hotels that offer stay also offer great food, there are little stalls and vendors on the streets as well. One thing not to miss is the Gola and Pani puri on the beach. An all time favourite among tourists, locals or wherever you may be from.

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Day 1: Reach Manori in the evening. Leave your luggage in the hotel. Head straight to the beach. Relax and enjoy at the beach and indulge is some partying at night!

Day 2: Start early and head to the beach to enjoy the sunrise. Visit the Samudreshwar Temple next. Reach the Pagoda in the evening to enjoy the sunset and then head back home.

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Manori Reviews

3 months ago by Aashimi Bhatia

- Make sure you book your hotel/resort rooms in advance and make sure the rooms in your name are there on the day you will be present. Many hotels in Manori are known to play with their customer bookings to cope with the crowd on busy days. Beware of resorts asking you to give up your cottages for smaller, stingier apartments.- The beach can be really lonely during some week-days. Advisable to carry own food on weekdays especially at morning or afternoons.- Carry lots of sunscreen! If not for spiritual purposes, go with family and friends, and carry along some games !

3 months ago by Jay Vithlani

One the the best place to visit in Mumbai where you can leave behind all your worries and just enjoy.

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Holidify's Opinion

  What's Great?

The beach culture is very similar to Goa. A perfect place for a weekend getaway in Maharashtra, especially from Mumbai.

  What's not so Great?

Mangrove trees along the Manori-Gorai belt have been destroyed primarily due to debris dumping.

For Whom

A popular weekend getaway for people living in Mumbai. Also perfect for people who love the beach and are looking for a short break with friends and family.

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How to Reach Manori

The nearest airport is in Mumbai. Cars can travel only up to Marve Beach. The closest railway station is Malad, a railway station on the Western line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network. From Ma... (Read More)

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