The Kolaba Fort is one of the most popular and magnificent forts in the region. It is about 2 kilometres from the Alibaug shore. There are two major entrances- one faces the sea and the other faces the town.Most of the fort now lies in ruins, but that is because it is 300 years old. The historical significance of this place is that it was one of Shivaji Maharaj’s main naval centres. The fort is a peaceful place to relax. Even though a lot of people visit it, the premises are big enough to accommodate enough number of tourists looking for tranquillity.
- The 25ft. high walls
- Animal carvings on the entrance arch
- Padmavati Temple
- Mahishasura Temple
- Siddhivinayak Temple
- The Sunset
- The Freshwater Tank
- 2 Canons
Kulaba Fort Travel Tips
- In the monsoon season, most of the fort is submerged in water. Avoid a monsoon visit. November to July is the best time to visit.
Entrance Ticket Details For Kulaba Fort
- Horse cart (during Low Tide) @Rs.70 per ride.
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39.56% of people who visit Alibag include Kulaba Fort in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
85% of people start their Kulaba Fort visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kulaba Fort
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kulaba Fort