Ambolgad Beach - Ratnagiri District

Ambolgad is a Village in Rajapur Taluka in Ratnagiri District of Maharashtra State, India. Amobalgad is near from Nate. Nate is centrally located between Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg. Ambolgad is around 55 kms from Ratnagiri. Ambolgad Beach is very clean with blue water. Nice silent and cool place to enjoy holidays.

Best time to Visit:
September to May

Places around
Ambolgad Fort, Ratnagiri , Devgad, Sindhudurg

Approximate Distance from Pune
350 Kms

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Aare Ware - Twin Beach - Ratnagiri District


Aare-Ware is a safe and blue water beach in Ratnagiri. It is located near Ganapatipule.  The road travels past a high cliff, below which the sea waves ferociously lap without pause. It is blessed with a heavenly seashore with a clear view for miles across the blue waters was not known to many. But thanks to the new, shorter road being built to connect Ratnagiri and Ganpatipule, Aare-Ware has found a place for itself on the tourism map of Konkan.  At Aare-Ware, the road travels past a 100 feet high cliff, below which sea waves lap ferociously without pause. In fact, the road hugs the seashore for a length of some 7 - 8 Km. As of now, there are no amenities available and tourists are greeted only by diving sea gulls and barren cliffs.


Best time to visit is from mid October to May

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Aare-Ware Beach

Panorama View - Aare-Ware Beach

Aare-Ware Beach

Panorama View - Aare-Ware Beach

Aare-Ware Beach

Aare-Ware Beach

Panorama View - Aare-Ware Beach
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Ganapatipule - Ratnagiri District


Ganapatipule is one of the most spectacular beaches along the Konkan Coast - an idyllic getaway that attracts peace-seekers, beach lovers, and pilgrims alike. is a small town located in Ratnagiri district on the Konkan coast of Maharashtra. The town of Chiplun is to its north. The Swayambhu Ganpati Temple, on the Ganapatipule beach itself is the primary attraction in Ganapatipule that draws thousands of pilgrims every year to this village. The God is considered to be the Paschim Dwardevta (Western Sentinel God of India), and those who visit Ganapatipule, make it a point to pay their respects to this great deity. Ganapatipule is a long beachfront (not considered safe for swimming).  Aside from its clean beach and clear waters, Ganapatipule is rich in flora, including mangroves and coconut palms. Here, you can leave the hectic world behind as you laze around on golden sands or explore the many trails that lead from the beach.
Ganapatipule has many resorts and home stays from simple to luxury segment


Best time to visit is from mid October to May

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Ganapatipule

Ganapatipule

Ganapatipule

Ganapatipule

Ganapatipule



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Guhagar Beach - Ratnagiri District


Guhagar, literally means cave house, is a temple town in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra state and in all respects with many prominent temples in and around. The town is known for its virgin beach, coir items, coconuts, betel nuts and mainly Haapus (Alphanso) mangoes. The nearest city and railhead is Chiplun, about 44 kilometers (away. The economy of Guhagar boomed after the Dabhol Power Company, a few kilometers north was commissioned in the early 1990s. Hotels sprung up and residents were given well-paid jobs. Guhagar has a very beautiful beach. Also famous for Durga Devi temple and Vyadeshwar temple. This is 10 km away from Shringartali town which is centre place of Guhagar Taluqa. Velneshwar and Hedvi are the two places near Guhagar, famous for the natural beauty there and the temples. Soft sandy beach, eye catching sunset in the horizon and exquisite water sports facilities; Guhagar makes a perfect destination for secluded stay and adventurous sports activities.


Best time to visit is from mid October to May


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Guhagar Beach

Guhagar Beach

Guhagar Beach
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Korlai Beach - Raigad District


Korlai is Approx. 20 kms ahead of Alibag, but the beaches are clean and the sights are spectacular. A quiet serene beach with alternate white and black sands, along a serene stretch of the Arabian coastline, adjacent to a village of Korlai Creole Portuguese speaking Indians. Just across the bridge, to the right there is Korlai fort within the sea and attached to the mainland by a narrow land strip through the Korlai fort through the Korlai Village. It is supposed to have been built by the Portuguese in 1521. The main gate has an inscription which means 'no entry without a fight'. The fort has seven gates, a sweet water well, a church in disuse, a Hindu temple and a Lighthouse.


Best time to visit is from mid October to May

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Korlai Beach

Korlai Beach

Korlai Beach

View from Korlai Fort

View from Korlai Fort

View from Korlai Fort

View from Korlai Fort

Korlai Beach

Korlai Beach
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