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Manori Beach, Mumbai in Mumbai

Summer:20 to 42°C (hot climate)

Winter: 10 to 32°C (dry and cool)

Monsoon: June to September

Best time to visit:  October to March

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Dubbed as ‘Mini-Goa,’ Manori Beach is one of the most visited and finest picnic spots in Mumbai. Positioned in a small fishing village of Northern Mumbai – Manori, the beach is popular for family outings and late night party buffs. The Manori village was once under the governance of Portuguese, whose remnants are still found in the hamlet through its churches and chapels.
Outlined with orchards full of cashew nut trees, Manori Beach is believed to be one of the most beautiful and serene beaches in the city. Famous as a connecting link between Mumbai city and amusement parks like Essel World and Water Kingdom, this beach reminds of Goa through its culture and nearby settlement. The best thing about this beach, it is clean and less crowded therefore tranquil.
Manori beach is surrounded by other wonderful attractions like Marve and Gorai Beaches. You can take a ferry ride from Manori to these beautiful beaches.


Road: Mumbai has excellent road transportation service. Therefore, reaching Manori beach is relatively easy and comfortable. State Transport buses operate in the city and connect Manori to neighbouring cities.Deluxe or Semi-deluxe buses are also available for your convenience.

Railway: Borivali Railway Station (located about 27 km.) is the nearest railhead to reach Manori beach. Tourists can book a prepaid taxi or take auto to reach the beach from the station.

Airway: Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport (located about 43 km.) is the nearest airport to reach Manori beach. Visitors can book a prepaid cab or take a bus from the airport to the beach.