Marve Manori Gorai (North
Marve, also recognized as Borivali is a village very close to Mumbai. Now this place has become quite industrialized, but its beauty remains the same. One can witness the remains of colonial time in Marve. Watching sunsets and sunrises is really appealing here.
Manori is famous for all night beach parties. Visitors prefer to visit the beach on moonlight nights. So, on these days, this beach is very crowded. Village folks serve food and let their houses on rents to tourists.
Gorai is so near to Manori, and this beach offers the countryside feeling to visitors. Although, the waters of Gorai beach are safe for swimming throughout the year, it is advised to avoid during monsoon because of its treacherous currents.
Tourists can reach Marve within an hour, as it is just 40 km from Mumbai. One goes up to Malad railway station (a suburban station on the Western Railway line) and proceed by road. A 15-minute ferry ride from Marve or Borivali will take one to Manori or Gorai. It is approachable by boat as well.
: Marve is about 40 kms by car from Mumbai.
You can alight at Malad railway station (a suburban station on the Western Railway line) and proceed by road. A 15 minute ferry ride from Marve or Borivali will take you to Manori or Gorai.
Some private hotels and shacks are available on the beachfronts .In addition to these Mumbai also has The Juhu Beach,The Girgauv Chowpati,The Chowpati at Dadar all these three beaches have to pay a heavy price for being so close almost in the heart of the city as over a period of time these beaches have been badly exploited & now are dirty & filthy.