Kihim Beach - It is 0 km from AHH, situated at a distance of 10 kms from Alibaug Bus Depot. The beach is famous for thick cover of coconut trees. The place is famous for variety of woods which serves as a cover. The most attractive part of the Kihim beach is that the place is not entirely discovered and unpolluted. The environment is very attractive. Guests can enjoy a wide range of water sports including parasailing, banana boat and Jet-Ski rides and many more. It is particularly fantastic during the rainy season. With rain washed trees and the smell of the wet earth, makes one yearn to stay here forever.

Alibaugh City Center - Alibag is a coastal town is located in the Raigad district of the Konkan region. As Alibag is surrounded by sea on all 3 sides, it is often called as the Goa of Maharashtra. Fixed in the lap of nature, Alibag is a maritime town of India. The town is renowned for its clean waters, sand like beaches and fresh air. Alibag is an astonishingly beautiful place and nature appears to be at its best.

Kolaba Fort - It is close from Alibaugh City Center. Fort was constructed by Shivaji Maharaj. It is located 2 km inside the sea. Visitors can visit the fort only during low tide. The fort consists of sweet water well in the middle. There are many temples and fortifications along guns which face the sea. The fort is 300 years old with Carvings of tigers, peacocks and elephants on the entrance arch can be seen.

Mandwa Beach/Jetty - It is located about 12.5 kms from AHH. The ferry services can be utilized from Mumbai to the Mandawa jetty. Mandwa is a natural port. The place is famous for many Bollywood celebrities bungalows. Mandwa is a superb and untouched beach. When the sky is clear the enchanting view across the bay till the Gateway of India cannot be expressed in words. The village is charming and it is a beauty of its own.

Nagaon Beach - Around 15 kms from AHH is the unique Nagaon beach. It is famous for coconuts and betel nuts. The visitors are attracted by the loving area of the tiding Arabian sea. The area is not only charming but also breathtaking. The place is famous for clean and serene beaches with beautiful and long stretch of calm water the beach is covered with suru trees.

Karmarkar Museum - It is 10 kms from AHH on Rewas Road is the Karmarkar Museum. The art works of the famous sculptor Late Mr. Nanasaheb Karmarkar are displayed in his own bungalow. Karmarkar’s sculptures are a pleasure to see. There are approximately 200 of them in this museum with Hira Kolin and Shankhdhwani being the most noted ones.

Kaneshwar Mandir - It is situated about 14 km away from AHH to Karlekhind – Chondi road or 13 km from Alibag in Northeast direction is this very famous Shiv temple on a 900 ft. high hill. It is a 5000 ft. long climb on well paved stairs, which takes around one hour. Landmarks along the route are tombs of MohanGiri and Balgiri, Nagoba Rest, Jambhali Plateau, God's stair, Gaymandi etc. The fatigue of the uphill climb vanishes the moment one enters the scenic temple premises. It comprises various small temples of Sri Paleshwar, Sri Hanuman, Sri Balram Krishna and Lord Shiv.

Birla Temple - 30 Kms away from AHH after rewdanda is a small village named ‘ Salav ‘ on the Alibag – Roha route. It is a temple built in pure milk white marble and it is a must visit during night for its lightings and surrounding views.

Kashid Beach - It is 40 kms away from AHH, on the Alibag-Murud highway, also this beach is possibly one of the cleanest and most beautiful beaches in the region with almost 'white' sand. Kashid is the perfect place to calm down and relax for the urban people. One can find water sports facility and number of small shops for snacks.

Murud-Janjira - It is 40 kms away from AHH. Its famous for Murud Beach and a massive fort of the 16th century, surrounded by the majestic Arabian sea from all the sides the Janjira fort, is located in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. Once the strong hold of Siddy dynasty, the fort has gained a reputation as an impregnable fort, since it had withstood so many attacks of the mighty Marathas and the English. Being lashed away by the salt water for a long, much of Janjira fort has been putrefied and rotten. But the fort still remains with the same glory and grandeur.