Dapoli: 'Mahabaleshwar' Of Konkan!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

While you're here, you can either relax in one of the beautiful beach homestays in Dapoli and enjoy the beauty of nature, or you can do both.

Murud beach is famous for water sports and gorgeous views. If you're lucky, you could even see some friendly dolphins!

Murud Beach

It is an unexplored place that only a small number of tourists and locals know about. This means that the area has not been damaged and is still empty.

Kolthare Beach

Karde Beach is 4 kilometres long and 12 km from Dapoli. After Kolthare beach, Karde beach is Dapoli's most sheltered and least crowded.

Karde Beach

Ladghar beach offers water sports, boat rides for dolphin watching, and orange sunsets. Because of its crimson tint, Ladghar beach is known as Tamas Tirtha.

Ladghar Beach

This magnificent beach is almost three kilometres long and covered in lush foliage and dense forest with coconut, betel nut, mango, kevda, and Cyprus trees.

Kelshi Beach

The Panhalekaji Caves are a group of mysterious and beautiful hills in Dapoli. They are in a small village called Panhalekaji, which is on the banks of the Thorli-Dhakti-Kotjai River.

Panhalekaji Caves

Savane Beach is clean and remote. The scenic coastal drive to the unspoiled beach enhances the attraction.

Savane Beach

The beautiful temple is on top of a hill and surrounded by lots of greenery. It is considered one of the most sacred places to visit in Dapoli.

Siddhi Vinayak Ganapati Temple

Parshuram Bhumi, on a hill, offers stunning views of the city, red Tamas Teertha seashore, and more. Devout people come to pay their homage to Lord Parshuram.

Parshuram Bhumi

Discover Tamastirth's splendour on a quiet beach. It's one of the most romantic places for couples.

Tamastirth Beach