Manori Tourism Overview
More Information About Manori
One day off from work. No time to travel too far. Low on petrol and just enough hours to pack up and leave for a refreshing day out. Manori offers much more than just a day's getaway to the beach. The two kilometer long beach in Manori is the nearest to the hustle and bustle of the city of dreams, yet far away from it. Manori is home to fishing communities, and a culture very reminiscent of Goa, the whole area given ample shade by a carpet of coconut and cashew trees that line the beach, hammocks tied to them, making you want to switch to your vacation side immediately. Other than the picnickers, the spiritually inclined will find Manori truly satisfying with places like the two Nath Sampradaya Ashrams, The Samudreshwar temple and the Global Vipassana Pagoda to go to.
Places to Stay in Manori
Manori has a wide selection of resorts, hotels and beachside cottages to suit every mood. There are plenty of resorts and hotels available but most are not licensed and are frequented by the police. Among the most preferred hotels around here are Manoribel, Damonica, The palm beach resort and Fonseca's.
Manori is a village located on Dharavi Bhet in northern Mumbai, India. It is known for its beach and the Manori Creek.