About Alibag  

Alibag is an example of the lovely beauty of nature. It has eye soothing greenery with coconut trees standing in queue near sandy beaches. The atmosphere is pleasant with the twitter of birds and the festival of colours in the sky.

Alibag is a town on the western coast of India, known as the Konkan region. It is also the district headquarters of Raigad district. Alibag was developed in the 17th century by Sarkhel Kanhoji Angre, the Naval Chief of King Shivaji's Kingdom.


Situated just south of Mumbai, Alibag is famed for its clean waters and beaches. Alibag is also a weekend gateway for residents of Mumbai / Pune. It is just 1 hr, 30 minutes away from Mumbai.

Away from the hustle and bustle of city life, amidst the serenity of nature, the institute provides an ideal location for creating the right ambience to concentrate and develop healthy minds, which is a lifetime gift to every aspirant.

Alibag has a beach in the city as well as there are near about 9 beaches around the city. Like other beaches on the Konkan coast, Alibag too has a historic fort, the Kolaba Fort, which is just off the main seashore and also many temples.
Alibag is quiet, although a large number of tourists come over on the weekends. The city is a frequent getaway for people in Mumbai and Pune who own farmhouses off the beach. Besides, the Catamaran service from Mumbai brings it closer.

Alibag is not only a city of the sun or beaches, it is also said to be one of the most amazingly budgeted tourist places.

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