Aksa Beach

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  • Address: Aksa Village, Malad West, Mumbai, India
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Beach, Leisure, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot

Aksa Beach is a famous vacation spot and a get-away spot in Aksa village in Malad, Mumbai, India. It is arranged near Malvani. This shore was a standout amongst the most noiseless and slightest went by beaches. If it is exceptionally clean you could uncover a vast mixture of snails and shells. It is a prominent weekend terminus with adolescents. This shore has Ins Hamla which is a base of the Indian Navy toward one side and Dana Paani which is a modest beach. It is open from the Malad station by select Best transports from Borivali route station, in transit to Madh Island, and likewise by private transport and auto rickshaws. It takes roughly about half an hour. The sunny shore gets considerably more hazardous throughout Monsoon season; however there is a large count of individuals going to the shore throughout weekends. It is spotted with numerous private bungalows and lodgings, some of which are leased to travellers and visitors.

All in all Aksa Beach is one of the most under rated beaches of Bombay over come by the shadows of Juhu beach and Chowpatty but if you want to enjoy a beach that offers you peace and tranquility, then this is definitely the best beach to be in the city of Mumbai. 

  • It is not safe to swim at this beach. Please follow all the signs.
  • Put sun-screen before going to the beach during the day as the heart of Mumbai is scorching.

  • Although open for 24 hours, you cannot go beyond a certain time. Avoid going very late at night. 

  • Take the train to Borivali or Malad West. From here take a rickshaw to get to Aksa Beach. 

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  • Aksa Beach Address: Aksa Village, Malad West, Mumbai, India
  • Aksa Beach Timing: 24-hrs
  • Aksa Beach Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Aksa Beach: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 5.36% of people who visit Mumbai include Aksa Beach in their plan

  • 61.9% of people start their Aksa Beach visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Aksa Beach

Monday, Thursday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Aksa Beach

People normally club together Yash Raj Studios and Dharavi while planning their visit to Aksa Beach.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • A must visit. Vast stretch of beach with open sky above. Good food stalls which help in spending more time on the beach. And yes, a lot of stray cheerful dogs to pet. Also, it is relatively quieter than other beaches in Mumbai.

  • What a beach it is. I would say this is Mumbai's best beach. Very clean very peaceful. You can sit there for hours n hours you won't feel bad. People come from all over the city to cherish themselves. Waves are calm and sea level increases at night. There were no steamer for surfing though.

  • Nice and clean beach . Not so much crowd. Nice place to hangout with family and friends. Has all different sorts of eating stalls. Was a great experience being there. Ko

  • Such a beautiful beach. Best beach in Mumbai. Clean, peaceful & safe. I would say 'best place for picnic'. Go with family & enjoy there.

  • Aksa in simple words is an unchartered beauty. Must visit this place either early morning to see the water rise or during the sunsets. Staying late on Aksa in a pleasure. You can walk over the beach with all your thoughts letting go with the waves. I strongly recommend this place for couples to spend some real good time :)

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