Maharashtra Beach travelling pleasant throughout the year. In particular,
the capital city of Mumbai is blessed with many beaches in its vicinity,
that present a breather to the local population as well as act as attractive
tourist option for those visiting from outside. One such beach site is Juhu,
one of the largest and frequently visited beaches of India.Leisure
& Entertainment At Juhu
Located 18-km north of the city centre,
it's a major beach site on the shores of Arabian Sea and is one of the posh
localities of Mumbai where one can find the bungalows of the famous film
personalities of Bollywood. It's also a favourite shooting site among the
filmmakers as many film shootings are also held over here.
southern end of the Juhu beach one can find many Luxury hotels and
apartments, which are regarded as a favourite haunt of Mumbai's movers and
shakers. The beach, which almost seems deserted during weekdays, always
tends to get very crowded on weekends.
On weekends one can take
the pleasure of horse and donkey rides, dancing monkeys, acrobats, cricket
matches, toy sellers and every other type of Indian beach entertainment.
Vendors ply on the beach calling attention to their wares, which are mostly
souveneirs like T-shirts and cute little Indian dolls made from seashells.Eating
Joints At Juhu Beach
Generally it is not a very good place to swim,
but it's an ideal snack joint, with various food stalls. If you would like
to try out Bhelpuri or a Kulfi in Mumbai, Juhu is the place to be. If you
want a more fancy excursion, visit Juhu's many five star hotels, for a
steaming cup of coffee and a splendid view of the coast. The government run
Juhu Centaur also has a 24-hour coffee shop with a view of the sea.Attractions
Around Juhu BeachVersova Beach:
Versova Beach is the nearby
attraction located towards the north of Juhu, which is a home to Mumbai's
largest Koli fishing community.