Mauli Village

Address: At-Satirje,Post-Mapagaon, Alibaug, Maharashtra, 402201, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on At-Satirje,Post-Mapagaon, Alibaug, is near Nagphani (Duke's Nose).
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    Travel Blogs from Alibaug

    The searing Wildlife Vacation

    A travel blog entry by ltanaz on Jun 10, 2015

    31 photos

    ... of the market which we passed on our way to the hotel from Nagpur. The gate for the buffer zone was near a check point. As we entered, we met our guide for the night Safari – Irfan Khan, as he introduced himself. On my first few questions, about how the night safari experience is, Irfan started explaining the jungle as his home and these first few moments of interaction left us in positive hope as we realised that this would be a delightful wildlife learning session for ...

    Indian Insanity!

    A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Mar 14, 2015

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... to get into the town centre over walking the conventional way. It was a more interesting walk too, of course, but it speaks volumes about the traffic, touts and obstacles you need to negotiate in this intense city that we preferred it this way each time!

    We'd travelled as far east as we were realistically going to in northern India so were to head westward and ultimately towards Rajasthan. My parents were on holiday in India and Nepal on a tour they'd only booked a few ...

    A country of contradictions...Varanasi to Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by emma.dow24 on Sep 28, 2014

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... might be in our cotton wool society back home, being able to put your scarf next to you knowing that it won't be nicked if you take your eyes off It for a minute is something I guess I'm not able to do here but basically I've seen much more good. The positive experiences have out weighed anything of maybe slightly less than positive by a mile. Having a bit of trust and faith in their system is imperative to enjoying the manic place! There's definitely without a doubt more good than bad ...

    Mumbai sights

    A travel blog entry by jon_lowra2014 on Feb 13, 2014

    1 photo

    ... way of India was pretty cool too. The hotel room we stayed in was pretty dam basic and not the cheapest but Mumbai is renown for being expensive in comparison to the rest of India. Yesterday was was our best day...we arranged a driver to first take us to the biggest slum in Mumbai. Over 80,000 people live and work there. Initially both of us were uneasy but Lowra a little more than me as she was the ...

    The Welcoming Light Pollution

    A travel blog entry by dont_pannik on Aug 03, 2013

    ... almost everywhere in inhabited areas - mountains of litter - not just covering the curbs, but in alleyways also and intended 'green areas.' On the trains tracks this is particularly evident, which seems to act as one of the main sewage/waste disposal sites. Wherever you look though you see people chucking their trash into the open environment, be this from the windows of moving transportation or those trudging or working (on) the streets. I even was encouraged by someone to ...