Places you should visit in Dapoli

Places you should visit in Dapoli

There are many activities to enjoy at Dapoli during the holidays. At Dapoli, you can try water sports and exploring ancient forts, beautiful coastline, temples, caves. Dapoli offers many options for gourmets. In Dapoli, you can taste authentic small corner dishes. Dapoli options are not limited to non-vegetarian cuisine. Moreover, there are activities such as water sports and dolphin watching in Dapoli.

Play in pristine waters or visit ancient temples, there are lots of things to do in Dapoli. Dolphin Riding is one of Dapoli's most popular activities at Dapoli, the best time for boat trips is in the early morning. Water games are available on all the beaches in Dapoli. Please read the full list of things to do on this Indian street and explore it.

Ladghar Beach

 

Ladghar Beach located 8 km from Dapoli. The beach is clean, and the sunset is magnificent on the high seas. Part of the beach is covered with pebbles and colourful rocks, making it a paradise for collectors of beach rocks.

Harnai-port

Harnai Port

 

The port of Harnai consists of two forts, near Dapoli, Suwanadurugu, and Kanakuduru. Kanaduruga is a land fortress and a sea fortress of SwannaDurugu. Harnai Harbor is one of the biggest suppliers of fish in India. Hundreds of fishing boats are full of fish and participate in local fish auctions twice a day, at nine am. and four pm. To attend the auction, tourists also gather to participate in the sale.

Murud Beach and Janjira Fort

 

Murud is a vast black sand beach with navy blue waters that stretch for about 1.75 kilometers along the coast. It is one of the famous beaches of Maharashtra and one of the most popular tours of Ariva. The setting sun is gorgeous, and the fortifications of the adjacent island of Janjira and the island of Padmadurga are added to the beach. Murud Beach has a water sports facility, where dolphins can be seen. You can also take a boat out to Janjira Fort.

murud-beach

Ladghar Beach

 

Ladghar Beach located 8 km from Dapoli. The beach is clean, and the sunset is magnificent on the high seas. Part of the beach is covered with pebbles and colourful rocks, making it a paradise for collectors of beach rocks.

Ladghar-Beach

Panhalekaji Caves 

 

Panhalekaji is a chain of the caves located near Dapoli. They are on the banks of Kotjai. These are ancient artificial caves considered 1000 years ago. Twenty-nine rock caves of different sizes distributed along the river. The cave circled by deep forests and rivers in the valley. The cave consists of Hindu and Buddhist sculptures and idols.

Panhalekaji-Caves

Unhavare Village

 

The village of Unhavare is 20 km (12 miles) from Dapoli. Recognized as a natural hot spring found in the heart of a valley near to a river basin encompassed by hills, woods, and fields. Natural hot springs have hot water that rises from the ground and cools with the winds of the river. The hot spring water is distinct and contains traces of sulfur and is known to be therapeutic and can heal skin problems.

Unhavare

Kadyavarcha Ganapati Temple

 

The famous Kadyavarcha Ganapati Temple located in Anjarle, the root of Maharashtra, built-in 150 AD. It is renowned for the temple built on a cliff. Hence the name 'Kadyavarcha.' The temple attracts thousands of visitors throughout the year and made with wooden pillars.

Kadyavarcha-Ganapati-Temple

Parashuram Bhumi

 

Parashuram Bhumi is 11 km (6.8 miles) from Dapoli. There is a giant statue of Parshuram, 12 meters (40 feet) in diameter, 3.5 meters (21 feet) in diameter. The place is also known for red sea waters, and locals call it the Red sea point. There is a meditation room suitable for photography.

Parashuram-Bhumi

The underlying transformation bordered by tranquil hills, white sandy beaches. Ancient temples, and dense depressed forests in a relatively uncontaminated location in India. If you are busy with life, go to Dapoli to absorb nature and restore your health.

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