The Kundalika river is one of Kolad's main attractions. A small river from Sahyadri hills passes through the town to the Arabian Sea.
It is located on the Kundalika River and is commonly known as the Tata Powerhouse Dam. The Bhira dam is highly popular among adventurous.
This dam and the surrounding area are only around 20 kilometres from the settlement of Kolad, and they promise amazing natural splendour.
The Kolad Museum will out to be one of the most interesting sites in Kolad. The bamboo and wood sculptures of birds, humans, and other shapes are beautiful.
The Kuda caves are among the top attractions in Kolad. Roughly 26 first-century B.C. Buddhist rock-cut caves. History buffs and archaeologists will enjoy the stupa, inscriptions, releases, and guardian elephant.
Sukeli waterfalls are located approximately 7 kilometres from Kolad Village. It is a haven for both nature enthusiasts and adventurers.
The fort between the Revdanda and Salav Creeks is renowned for its construction and design. In addition, there are two gorgeous temples and a dargah within the fort complex.
Avchitgad Fort is a hill fort near Roha, Raigad, surrounded by Sahyadri mountains. Trekkers enjoy the Avchitgad fort hike through dense forests.
Sutarwadi Lake is a beautiful lake in Kolad with scenic surrounds and ambience. This is an ideal location for bird watchers.
It is located 18 kilometers south of Roha town and is also known as the Talagad fort. It is situated on a slender hill at a height of 3000 meters and is surrounded by strong and solid walls.