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Tourists Attractions

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- Mahad and surrounding

Chavdar tale

Well known for the historical water satyagraha led by Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar on 20 March 1927, to allow untouchables to use water in a public tank.

Kurla dam

Kurla dam was built during the British regime before independence. Drinking water is drawn for Mahad city from this water reservoir.

Vireshwar temple

Vireshwar temple has faith of a large number of devotees all over Maharashtra. Best standards, extraordinary architecture, innovative layouts, and well-thought execution makes this place a highly coveted point of tourist interest.

Gandharpale caves

Gandharpale Caves were built during the reign of Prince Vishnupalita Kambhoja. It isa group of 30 Buddhist caves. The caves are located near the NH-17 and well connected by Road.

- Half day tours


Raigad fort appears with unparallel magnificence and history. Once capital of then Great Maratha Empire of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Raigad still outstands many of the forts in India.

Shivthar Ghal

Shivthar Ghal is yet again a beautiful natural destination for devotees of Samartha Ramdas, the guru of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. It is a cave also popularly known as ‘ Sundermath’. Samarth Ramdas dictated “Dasbodh” to Kalyanswami. Samarth Ramdas lived here for about 22 years. It is believed that this is where the first meeting between Shivaji Maharaj and Samarth Ramdas took place.


Pratapgad stands 1,080 metres (3,540 ft) above sea level. With many historical event associated with it, the Battle of Pratapgarh between Shivaji and Afzal Khan was fought below the rampants of this fort where Afzal Khan was killed.

Walan kund fish pond

Mahad in Raigad district of the Konkan region is famous for fishes. Walan kund is particularly well known for variety of colorful fishes called the god fishes. Rock has created a large pool of rift here. The river basin is called the walan kund or walan kundi.

- Full day tours


Harihareshwar is a town in Raigad district, in Maharashtra, India. It is surrounded by four hills named Harihareshwar, Harshinachal, Bramhadri and Pushpadri. The river Savitri enters the Arabian Sea from the town of Harihareshwar. Towards the north of the town is the temple of Lord Harihareshwar, said to have been blessed by Lord Shiva. Hence Harihareshwar is often referred to as Dev-ghar or "house of God". Besides a major pilgrimage center, Harihareshwar is a popular beach resort with two beaches, one to the north and the other to the south of the temple. Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation has a resort on the south beach.


Diveagar (Dive Agar) is a village located in Shrivardhan Taluka, Raigad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The area is peaceful, clean and sparsely populated. The region includes a fishing settlement, a beach, a temple, local businesses engaged in coconut and beetle nut tree farming, and some tourism businesses such as restaurants, cottage rentals and hotels, and six villages (from north to south): Velas, Musalmandi, Agar Panchaitan, Diveagar, Borlai Panchaitan, and Karle.


Shrivardhan is a taluka, city and municipal council in the Raigad district of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It has developed into a seaside resort, along with the nearby town of Harihareshwar, which also has a Shiva temple. Located on a peninsula, the town itself boasts many beaches, in addition to proximity to numerous other beach destinations such as Diveagar Beach and Kondivali Beach. People from across Maharashtra come to Shrivardhan and the nearby beaches all year round.

Kundalika river rafting

Kundalika in the Mangaon taluka, Maharashtra. It is popular for White Water Rafting, in Maharashtra since 2006. Mercury Himalayan Explorations (MHE) operates here and has an impeccable safety record on the river. Accommodations are also available here.


Dapoli is a town in Ratnagiri district, Maharashtra. Dapoli is also called as Camp Dapoli as British set their camps in Dapoli. It is acts as the main town (Taluka headquarters) for several small surrounding villages such as Anjarle, Mandivali, Sarang, Bandhtivare, Pangari, Dabhil, Bhopan, Harnai, Dabhol, On Navse, Unhavare/farare, Jalgaon, Gavhe, Gimhavane, Asud, Vanand, Kherdi, Karde (beach), Pichdoli, Visapur, Onanavase, Murud and Umberghar.


Harne known for the Harnai beach. From temples to beaches and ancient forts, Harnai has it all. With natural harbor, clear waters, beautiful seascape and rocky coasts, it promises to be a place for pleasurable holidays. The fish auction here is the essential trade step between fish landings and the trade.


Anjarle is a village in the Dapoli taluka of Ratnagiri district in the Maharashtra state of India. It is a small port located near the mouth of Jog river, about 4 miles south of Aade and 2 miles north of Suvarnadurga. The nearest railway station is Kolad, 110 miles to the south-east. Anjarle is known for its unspoiled beach. Tourism facilities are limited.

Chiplun Parshuram temple

Chiplun is primarily a monsoon destination known for its natural beauty. It is situated on the banks of River Vashishti, in Ratnagiri district of the Konkan region of Maharashtra. chiplun derives its name from the chiplun temple which is located on the outskirts of chiplun city. Around 300 years old with the most perfect mix of Hindu and Muslim architectural styles, the Parashuram temple in Chiplun is dedicated to the 6th incarnation of the Hindu deity. Behind the temple is another shrine built for Goddess Renuka, Parashuram's mother.


This place, built by social worker Sitarambuva Walavalkar, is absolutely worth visiting. Its like a mini fort. The beauty of the pictures and statues sculpted depicting major life events of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj leaves you in awe of the sculpturer.


Bankot situated in Bagmandala close to Diveagar, Bankot Fort is place for history buffs. It is said that the fort was captured by the Portuguese from Adil Shah in 1545 and was later acquired by Marathas. Also known as Himmat Garh, the fort even today stands in its full glory though what remain of it are only its ruins. The place is also famed for an opportunity for its tourists of exploring the northern region of the bay. One can also see a graveyard lying in the outer regions of the fort. The graves comprises of vertical pillars as headstones and marble inscriptions.


Dabhol town is located on the south-west border of Dapoli taluka. Vashishthi River flowing from Chiplun merges into the sea at Dabhol forming the Dabhol creek. Chandikadevi Temple and a fishing jetty are the major attractions in Dabhol. The underground temple of Chandikadevi with a swayambhu idol is thronged by pilgrims every year during shivaratri.


A word GUHAGAR means cave house in local language. Guhagar is a scenic town with hilly terrain. A perfect tropical paradise. It is even called a temple town. To name few, Ancient hindu temple of Vyadeshwar , temple of Durgadevi, temple of Lord Ganesh or Kopri Narayan mandir . Guhagar is famous for the virgin beach along with coir items, coconuts, betel nuts and Haapus Alphonso mangoes and large variety of fresh sea foods. The virgin beach of Guhagar, stretching up to 6 km, is a major highlight of the destination. A sandy beach along with the coastal villages provides a glimpse of Konkan culture.

- Monsoon special

Kothurde dam

Mandala waterfall

Hanging bridge wakan

Kemburly waterfall

Raigad ropeway and waterfall