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Near By Attraction

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  • Secret Trek Leading To India’s Gold Coast Paradise- (1-hour scenic trek from the property)

Best for travelers looking for thrills on their staycation and most loved by beach babies!

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  • Tamastirth Beach - 10 Mins Drive

Best known for its unique gravel and untouched beauty

  • Ladghar Beach- 20 min drive

Best known for fun dolphin rides and other water sports.

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  • Karde Beach

Black sand beach with beautiful coastal rocks.

  • Chandika Devi Mandir (Dabhol)

The idol of the Goddess made in a single stone is placed in a natural cave in the mountain. Electricity is not used in the area of the temple. The sight of the idol in the soft lights of the oil lanterns is mesmerizing.

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  • Unhavre Hot Water Springs.

There is an amazing natural wonder in the nature-rich beautiful village of Unhavre. Actual boiling hot water emerges through the flowing springs in this area

  • Panhalekaji Caves

These are a group of 29 caves of the Hinayan, Buddist, Ganpateya, and the Nath sects situated on the confluence of the Kotjai and the Dhakti rivers, which have sustained their natural glory for many centuries. It is so believed that the construction and carvings of these caves began in the 2nd or the 3rd century and continued for many centuries to come.

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  • Kadyavarcha Ganpati

These are a group of 29 caves of the Hinayan, Buddist, Ganpateya, and the Nath sects situated on the confluence of the Kotjai and the Dhakti rivers, which have sustained their natural glory for many centuries. It is so believed that the construction and carvings of these caves began in the 2nd or the 3rd century and continued for many centuries to come.

  • Parshuram Memorial

These are a group of 29 caves of the Hinayan, Buddist, Ganpateya, and the Nath sects situated on the confluence of the Kotjai and the Dhakti rivers, which have sustained their natural glory for many centuries. It is so believed that the construction and carvings of these caves began in the 2nd or the 3rd century and continued for many centuries to come.

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