Water Sports In Mumbai – A Must Try Over The Weekend!

India’s west coast is fantastic for coastal sailing and water sports, and, if you live in the city, the Mumbai harbour offers a safe and conducive environment for all kinds of water sports like jet skiing or kayaking. Take up a new sport or simply plan something new. It is more accessible than you think. Follow the step-by-step guide to explore the waters around Mumbai!

  1. Pack a change of clothes, a towel, some sun-tan lotion, a cap and shades.
  2. @ Rs. 200/- return, hop onto a Ferry from the Gateway of India to the Mandwa Jetty (1 hour).

Travel in style and actually reach Mandwa in 20 minutes – charter a speedboat at Rs.1000/- per person, minimum 8 persons. Now that’s definitely affordable luxury!

  1. The Water sports location is just off the jetty on the right hand side. (Pioneer Water Sports, Mandwa, Alibag, +91 9850303031)
  2. Jet Skis, Kayaking, Banana boat rides, Bumper float rides, Fishing Trips, Island Trips and many more! Packages start @ Rs.500/-. Timings are from morning 8.30am to 7 pm.
  3. Holiday resorts are very close to the jetty and rates are as little at Rs.600/- going up to Rs. 3600/- for a room per day with meals. For a really wonderful experience, stay overnight and experience the thrill of watching dolphins while you kayak next morning…
  4. Kayakers of all levels are encouraged towards greater health, increased energy and full body fitness.
  5. Once you are away from the noise and pollution of the city a new wave of energy engulfs you… There is always something to do once you step foot in Mandwa! The scene changes within just a couple of minutes. You are away from the noisy concrete jungle breathing in fresh air amidst greenery and a relaxed easy atmosphere.

For sailing memberships and yacht charter packages click here.


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