Sightseeing

Harne Fish Market

Harne fish market is one of the largest supplier of fish to Maharashtra. There is a Auction carried on daily basis on the beach, which may be an interest to experiential traveller.

Suvarnadurg and Kanakdurg Forts

Kanakdurga is the land fort and Suvarnadurga is the sea fort. These were built around 17th Century. Suvarnadurga access is by local fishermen boat.

Anjarle Ganesh Temple

Anjarle Ganesh Temple (also known as “Kadyawarcha Ganpati”) is an ancient temple (built in 12th century and renovated again in 18th century) set on a cliff offering excellent views. Anjarle Ganesh Temple is very popular with locals, pilgrims and tourists as The Ganesh idol is right-sided, which is rare (trunk curves towards the right)

Shree Vyaghreshwar Temple

Shree Vyaghreshwar temple is a 1000+ year old Lord Shiva Temple on a riverbank near Dapoli (10 kms)

Shree Keshavraj

Shree Keshavraj is visited for its perennial stream. Takes 15 minute trek through coconut, betel nut, mango and cashew.

Karde Beach

Karde beach is an idyllic beach front in Murud harnai area around which many hotels are located.

Harnai Beach

Murud harnai is an idyllic beachfront at 17 kms from Dapoli, offering watersports and boat rides in the Arabian sea. Dolphins are spotted during Winters (Oct – March

Panhalekaji Caves

Panhalekaji Caves are a set of 29 caves situated deep in a valley near the confluence of the ‘Kotjai’ and ‘Dhakti’ rivers. The area is excellent for bird watching and those doing research on reptiles.

Ladghar Beach

Ladghar beach is an idyllic beach front in Murud Harnai area around which a few hotels are located.

Vithal Temple Anjarle

Vithal Rakhumai Temple is a small and ancient temple at Anjarle and is visited along with the Ganesh temple.