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Malgund beach – a hidden paradise


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Malgund beach – a hidden paradise

A beautiful drive to konkan beach.

We have taken at most care like,

-          Used personal car for all drive.

-          Stayed in friend’s resort which is clean and hygiene.

-          Used face mask and sanitizers wherever required.

-          Avoided crowded places. Planned travel on weekdays

My companion in travel.

-       Smartphone Poco f1 

-       Canon 1300d             

Difficulty level:

-       No problem for elders and kids.

Road conditions:

-       I travelled from Pune, hence took below route

-       Home in Pune – Satara – Umbraj – Patan – Chiplun – Malgund beach         

-       Roads are good From Pune till Patan. From Patan to Chiplun roads are average to worst (specially ghat section). From Chiplun to Ganpatipule average (road widening going on).

 

Best time to visit:

-       Through out the year once can visit this place.   

 

Getting There :

By Air : Nearest airport is mumbai.

By Rail : Nearest Railway Station is ratnagiri.

By Road : 1 Km - Distance from ganpatipule to malgund beach.

 

 

Places to see nearby :

1. Ganapatipule temple and beach

2. Pawas

3. Parshuram temple

4. Marleshwar

 

Malgund beach location: https://goo.gl/maps/kwcCd3jUnGa4YCNu6

 

Malgund, a small village, 1 km away from ganpatipule beach, is known as the birthplace of famous Marathi poet Keshavasuta, who was born here in 1866. He is regarded as a poet who heralded the dawn of modern Marathi poetry. There is a monument at Malgund dedicated to his work and also a museum where you can find information on most of the modern day poets of Marathi language. The memorial is a real treat for people who are interested in Marathi literature. Malgund also houses Nirmal Nagari of Her Holiness Mrs. Nirmala Shrivastava of Sahaja Yoga fame.

In memories of him kavi keshasut smarak is built in malgund. Many tourists prefer to stay in malgund instead of ganpatipule due to calm and quiet nature and no commercialization.

We stayed in Sagar Darshan Beach resort. This resort just adjacent to beach and one can enjoy to full extent. I recommend this resort.

After March, the temperature starts rising but rarely crosses 30 °C. May is the hottest month, with temperatures reaching 40 °C. The monsoon lasts from June to October, when rains are usually plentiful and regular.

 

 

 

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Each time I read your vlog, I fall in short of words to express myself, but, I guess, this one word should say it all..WOW!!🤩

Beautiful crafted with picturesque description of the trip and besides this your photographic skills are just amazing 😍

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Beautiful pictures as always.. Will make sure to visit this place during my next visit to Mumbai.. Have done Ganapatipule but missed this place.. Looks pretty deserted. Is it always like this or just during this time of the year due to Covid ? 

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6 hours ago, sagar said:

Beautiful pictures as always.. Will make sure to visit this place during my next visit to Mumbai.. Have done Ganapatipule but missed this place.. Looks pretty deserted. Is it always like this or just during this time of the year due to Covid ? 

@sagar I visit on weekday hence there were no crowd. The owner of resort told me that this one is usually calm and less crowded as tourist pay attention to ganpatipule

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