• 1 Diveagar


    Diveagar is a wonderful travel attraction for tourists. It is an ancient village having a historical background of around 1500 years. It is conveniently located from Mumbai or Pune cities at a distance of about 170 KMs.

    The coconut and betel nut trees beautifies the coastal lines of Diveagar at a great extent. It is a typical traditional Konkani village and truly windows the Konkani culture with Konkani lifestyle. People residing here are very calm, helpful and convivial.

    The three main festivals of Diveagar are Ganesha Chaturthi, Krishna Janmashtami and Holi are celebrated with full energy and passion which is a great fun to watch and participate.

    Distance from Resort: 2 KMs

  • 2 Diveagar Beach


    Another main attraction for visiting Diveagar is the clean pristine beach with fine silvery sand. The 6 KM long beach is famous for its Suru trees and sand-bubble crabs.

    Various water sports and rides are available on Diveagar beach like banana ride, horse cart, motor boats, camel ride, sports motor and parasailing. Some small food carts over there add in your fun by offering tea, coffee, coconut water and snacks like Vada Pav, Misal and Maggi.

    Distance from Resort: 2.5 KMs

  • 3 Roopnarayan Temple – Diveagar


    The amazingly beautiful statue of Lord Vishnu established in this temple is 900 years old statue that was carved during 12th century C.E.

    The carvings of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu i.e. the Dashavatar along with the carvings of Lord Brahma and Lord Mahesh are particularly noteworthy.

    Distance from Resort: 3 KMs

  • 4 Uttareshwar Temple – Diveagar


    The Lord Shiva temple at the northern end of Diveagar is called Uttareshwar. The outer walls of purple-red stones and the tile roof appears modern but the sanctum and the ruined statutes indicate that the original temple must have been 7 to 8 hundred years old. It is being reconstructed by the Government.

    Distance from Resort: 3 KMs

  • 5 Devkhol


    Devkhol is a small village near Diveagar on the way to Shrivardhan. It has an old temple with carvings of Gods and Goddesses. This temple is considered to be built in Pandava-era.

    The surroundings of the temple are better known for the rich avian life they attract and the place is popular with bird-watchers. You can happily spend hours of time watching and photographing a variety of birds here.

    Distance from Resort: 5 KMs

  • 6 Janjira Fort


    The Janjira island fort is a marvel of architecture, situated deeply in the sea about 3 km from the coastal town of Murud. Though the Arabian Sea crashes relentlessly all around the fort, its impregnable walls continue to stand strong and tall at 40 feet high, even at full tide.

    It is spread over 22 acres and has 19 towers and a huge number of turrets, each of which had a cannon installed on it, some of which are still intact. Now in ruins, the fort in its heyday was a full-fledged living fort with all the necessary facilities, as for example palaces, quarters for officers, mosque, two big fresh water tanks, etc.

    To reach Janjira from Diveagar, one has to go first to Dighi port which is 17 KMs away from Diveagar.

    Distance from Resort: 15 KMs

  • 7 Shekhadi Beach


    Shekhadi is a small village located on the way to Shrivardhan from Diveagar. The road to Shrivardhan goes from the coastal side and offers an excellent sea view from a greater height. The beach is virgin and clean as it is lesser known.

    Distance from Resort: 10 KMs

  • 8 Shrivardhan


    Shrivardhan is the mother land of King Peshwa. Apart from its pretty beach, Shrivardhan is also famous for the Jeevaneshwar Temple. The temple is a worth visiting to see its intricately carved wooden pillars.

    The Kusumeshwar Temple is a bit more remotely situated, but is also worth a visit. If you have a little more time in Shrivardhan, you can also visit a charming old Laxmi Narayan Temple.

    Distance from Resort: 18 KMs

  • 9 Harihareshwar


    The sightseeing to Harihareshwar can be done in continuation with your Shrivardhan visit as the same route take you towards Harihareshwar. The drive from Shrivardhan to Harihareshwar is along a scenic coastal road.

    The drive gives you the chance to see the mangroves along the coast. The constant ebb and flow of the waves create beautiful natural patterns along the sands of Harihareshwar and the rocks have been weathered into a honeycomb pattern.

    The lush green carpets of ‘Ulva Lactiluca’ and other marine algae also attract researchers. The Lord Kalbhairavanatha temple in Harihareshwar is famously known as “South Kashi” and is spiritually considered as very important temple.

    Distance from Resort: 26 KMs