Time Required : 2-3 hrs
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Located on the banks of the Vashisthi River, the ancient city of Chiplun is as famous for its mangoes and coconuts as it is for its Guhagar Beach. A favourite picnic spot among the local inhabitants of the area as well as tourists from all across the country, the beach is noted for its breathtaking sunrise and sunset scenes, as well as its tranquil surroundings. In fact, the Guhagar beach is the only white sand beach that is situated among the long stretch of Konkan beaches, and proudly boasts of its clean and vast stretch of sand that is bare, save a distant jetty far away. The expanse of sand is sprinkled with swaying palm and coconut trees. White-bellied sea-eagles soaring across the vast sky is also quite a familiar sight to behold here.
Guhagar is a city in the Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra in India, and Chiplun is the nearest city and railhead to it, that is located about 44 kilometres away from Guhagar. The Guhagar Beach stands in sharp contrast to the other beaches that are characterised by their large crowds and buzzing activities. Unlike those beaches, the Guhagar Beach is serene and soothing with its limited commercial operations and crowd.
The Guhagar Beach is the perfect place to be at for all those who want to get a first-hand experience of the local food and hospitality of the area since the nearby villages offer quaint homestay programmes, which provide a blissful escape away from the din of the city. The pleasant environment of this pure beauty is undoubtedly not to be missed, and this is precisely why tourists love visiting this beach time and again.
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