Timings : Sunrise to Sunset
Time Required : 2-3 hrs
Entry Fee : No entry fee
The Ganpatipule Beach is a spectacular and stunning beach that is located on the Konkan coastline in the Ratnagiri District of Maharashtra in southern India. This pristine beauty is also famous for the 400-year-old Ganesha Temple that can be found here, the idol of which is said to have been self-created and was discovered over 1600 years ago. The coastline of the Ganpatipule Beach is no doubt spectacular and mesmerizing, and is home to a variety of exquisite flora, which includes dense coconut trees and mangroves.
Such a picturesque landscape and serene surroundings are of course an ideal getaway from the monotonous and hectic daily life of the people of Mumbai and the neighbouring areas and is a perfect place to visit for couples, families as well as groups of friends. Nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts enjoy a lot at this place too, since the site offers not only scenic views but also a range of adventure sports in certain specific months.
Luckily, the Ganpatipule Beach has not yet been affected much by commercialisation and continues to remain a pristine location till date. This is precisely why the beach continues to attract thousands of people from all across the country, all year round, who flock to the beach in large numbers to enjoy some quiet moments in the lap of nature.
$ 19 onwards
$ 13 onwards
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