Places For Water Sports in West India

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Places For Water Sports in West India

Water sports in West India are very popular because it is a great way to beat the heat and spend some quality time with family and friends.

Here is the list of 7 Places For Water Sports in West India

1. Kolad, Maharashtra - Maharashtra's Home for White Water Rafting

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Known For : Kolad River Rafting Tamhini Ghat Waterfalls Bhira Dam

Known for its cascading waterfalls, green meadows and picturesque backdrop of Sahyadris, Kolad is gaining traction as a water sports destination with provisions for rafting, rappelling, kayaking etc.

Best Time: June to March

View hotels starting from ₹ 1,000

2. Tarkarli, Maharashtra - Gorgeous Beach, Sunshine and the Water Sports in West India

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Known For : Water sports Tarkarli Beach Karli backwaters

Tarkarli is famous for its long and narrow stretch of beach, with its pristine water, white sand, and of course Singhudurg, Maharashtra's popular sea fort. It offers great water sports from snorkelling to jet skiing and houseboat rides, as the list goes on. To sum it up, if you're in for some seaside adventure at Tarkarli, you won't be disappointed.

Best Time: October to March

3. Goa - Beaches, Most popular place for water sports in West India

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Known For : Calangute Beach Basilica of Bom Jesus Water Sports in Goa

When you think of Goa, you think of sandy beaches, amazing parties, beautiful little villages, delicious food, and a magical holiday experience. But Goa is rightfully known as the most popular place for water sports in West Coast of India, Regardless of whether you’re a first-timer or an experienced adventure enthusiast, a few of the water sports you can take a pick from include wakeboarding, kayaking, scuba diving, snorkelling and white-water rafting.

Best Time: October to March

View packages starting from ₹ 5,154

4. Alibag, Maharashtra - Coconut groves and Sandy Beaches

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Known For : Water Sports in Alibaug Kolaba Fort Alibaug Beach

A little coastal town tucked away in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, Alibaug is a very popular weekend getaway holiday destination and has earned itself the name of 'mini-Goa', owing to the high tourist footfall all year round. Steeped in colonial history, Alibaug is a quaint little town located about 110 kilometres from Mumbai, and is replete with sandy beaches ensuring you never run out of activities to do.

Best Time: November to March

5. Malvan, Maharashtra

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Known For : Sindhudurg Fort Beaches in Malvan Scuba Diving in Malvan

Malvan is a culturally and historically important town in the Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra. It is well known historically for the Sindhudurg Fort of Chatrapati Shivajiraje. Summertime is the best off-season time to visit Malvan, as you can avail offers and discounts on accommodation and still have a good time sightseeing and indulging in adventure sports. Explore the deep blue sea as you dive from the Sindhudurg Fort scuba diving spot, and marvel at the beauty of the spectacular corals on display. You can spot indigenous fish varieties too while snorkelling.

Best Time: November to March

6. Ganapatipule, Maharashtra - A Ganesha Temple amidst White Sandy Beaches

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Known For : Jaigad Fort Water Sports in Ganapatipule Swayambhu Ganpati Temple

Beach town on the Konkan coastline, Ganpatipule has temples of Lord Ganesha as major attractions apart from the beautiful virgin beaches. Apart from awakening the pious side of self, the destination never fails to chuckle the adventure side of a travelling enthusiast. You can attend religious programs at the famed Ganapati Temple and at the same time indulge yourself in all kinds of water sports activity.

Best Time: November to February

7. Durshet, Maharashtra - River water sports in West India

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Known For : Durshet Forest Lodge Uddhar Hot Springs Water sports in Durshet

Durshet is a little village found on the banks of the river Amba, nestled in the Sahyadri ranges of Maharashtra. Due to its proximity to Mumbai and Pune it serves as a weekend getaway for people to move away from the crowded cities. The Kundalika river near Durshet offers a variety of water sporting activities such as rappelling, river crossing, river rafting, etc.

Best Time: September to February

View hotels starting from ₹ 3,026

With a large coastline, there are numerous options for water sports in West India.

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