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Korlai fort is located on the creek of Kundalika river. Fort is open at 9:30AM but you can still visit fort by small trek route.
1 Hour required to explore entire fort and fort wall and other fortifications can been seen. Fort gives beautiful view...More
Korlai fort is present before the Kashid beach (12 kms) over a hillock when travelling from Alibaug (17 kms from Nagaon beach). The fort is a quite an elevation and gives a spell bounding view of the Arabian sea in almost 360 degree view. The...More
Korlai Fort (also called Morro or Castle Curlew) is a Portuguese fortification in the town of Korlai Maharashtra, India. It was built on an island which guards the way to the Revdanda Creek. It was meant as a companion to the fort at Chaul. At...More
You can stay in Alibag and drive to this place for 40 minutes. The road is through greenery via Revdanda.The fort is sea locked from 3 sides. There is a good observatory and light house at a high point so the view is amazing. The...More
Though it was high noon, the walk of nearly two kms was a scenic one along the shoreline which kept falling away as we progressed towards the Lighthouse and the Fort. Built by the Portuguese, this fort still contains quite a few cannons, two of...More
It's a pleasure and scenic trip to the fort and light house. Staff shows and explained well about fort history and light house details. In future at light house they plan to provide accomodation the construction in progress.
Korlai fort houses a modern Lighthouse which is managed by Indian Navy. Korlai fort is on the back side of the lighthouse and is a good hike up some 100 stairs. View from the fort of mighty Arabian sea is beautiful and worth a view.
The fort is located on a kind of island which is connected to land by a narrow strip of land with width 40 meters. You can drive down to base of fort on a muddy road passing through fishermen colony and then You need to...More