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Gorai Beach, Mumbai

#5 of 12 in Beaches in Mumbai
A quiet getaway from the city hustle, Gorai Beach offers opportunities for strolling and sports--providing you bring your own equipment. The lack of tourist facilities makes it less crowded--stalls with street food along the path are the only amenities nearby. The fastest way to reach the beach is by taking a ferry from Gorai, but you can also drive via Miraroad. To plan Mumbai vacation without wasting time, ask Inspirock to design an itinerary.
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  • Excellent beach for Mumbaikars and visitors to visit any day . The only beach where you can take your car on the BEACH. Please check the time of high tide and low tide coz during high tide you are not...  more »
  • A pretty good place to stay and spend time especially a come and experience this gem of mumbai.A great day  more »
  • Holy crap! This was my reaction when I reached the breach. What I saw was a shocker. Filthy, dirty, oily beach where one couldn't even walk. Shame on people and government authorities for the apathy t...  more »

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In a cramped city like Mumbai, finding a budget hotel can present a serious challenge. Many business travelers and tourists choose to stay in South Mumbai, the oldest and richest neighborhood in the city. Accommodations here put you close to most top museums, restaurants, bars, art galleries, and shops. Proximity to major attractions comes at a premium price, though--not surprising for one of the most expensive cities in Asia. If you plan to visit on a tight budget, look for options near railway stations, but prepare for low-grade rooms and few or no amenities.
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