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Tarkarli is very fast growing tourist hub and is becoming the next preferred location after goa from the past few years.
Tourists from all over the world are seen at this place round the year, Tarkarli is blessed with beautiful and clear white sand beaches, serene back waters, silence and greenery in the nature and lots of other attractive places.
The beautiful Tarkarli Beach is surrounded by simple yet classy hotels. You will find all the modern facilities along with warm hospitality served by cheerfull and down to earth owners. These hotels make your stay memorable and add value to your overall holiday experience at Tarkarli.
Tarkarli gives you the option of choosing your preffered mode of travel to reach your holiday destination. You can take the Road and drive your family into the beautiful Malvan city enjoying the scenic beauty along the way. If you are on a short break you can opt for Railways which will get you there in less than 8 hours.
Tarkarli enjoys a salubrious climate. It is very pleasant all through the year with cool breeze blowing all day long. During summers (March to June), the temperature never rises beyond 32°C. Winters (November to February) are warm but pleasant and the minimum temperature is around 21°C. Monsoons are accompanied with medium to heavy rainfalls.
Malvani Cuisine is the standard Cuisine of the Konkan region of Maharashtra and Goa. Although Malvani Cuisine is predominantly non-vegetarian, there are many vegetarian delicacies. Although it is an independent Cuisine, it overlaps Maharashtrian Cuisine and Goan Cuisine. Mori Masala or Shark curry is a highly popular dish along the Konkan coast.
The scenic beauty of Backwaters at Tarkarli is beyond imagination. Beautiful Virgin beaches surrounded by lush green trees, fresh cool breeze flowing around you every second makes you forget all your worries and have a time of your life. Backwaters of the Karli river between Tarkarli and Kudal, the only backwaters in Maharashtra is the star attraction of a Kerala vacation right here in Maharashtra.
Along with the scenic beauty and mouthwatering cusine, Malvan is also blessed with the presence of one of the friendliest mammals, the dolphins. For around a Decade, Malvan has seen dolphins playing all around the ocean. Around January – February, you can even spot a big family of dolphins basking in the warm sun enjoying the clear ocean. They swim in synchronization making it a spectacular view. You can go for a boat ride where you can spot dolphins. Best time to see dolphins is before 9am because as Sun rises overhead they go deep in the sea. These boats cost you Rs 800 per boat.
The boat ride is for 2 – 3hrs including visit to Tsunami Island. Tsunami Island is in the back waters. It’s a small cute little island with clear waters. Its isolated and might be approximately just 20,000sq.ft in size. It was created overnight because of the Tsunami. Hence it is named as Tsunami Island. Local boatmen can also organize a camp fire and dinner at Tsunami Island specially for your group/family at reasonable rates. They pick you up at 6.00pm. You go to the island have fun and party with your group/family, followed by the dinner. They get you back to the hotel by 11.pm
Malvan has come up with several new sports activities on the beach namely, Banana Boat Ride, Scuba Diving, Ringo, Motor Boat Ride etc. One of the popular recreational activities in Malvan is Snorkeling. Snorkeling is the practice of swimming on or through a body of water while equipped with a diving mask, a shaped tube called a snorkel, and a tube tyre. Use of this equipment allows the snorkeler to observe underwater attractions like colorful exotic fishes and hugh Corals, for extended periods of time with relatively little effort. The primary appeal is the opportunity to observe underwater life.
Malvan also boasts of a couple of historic forts. One of the most popular fort is Sindhudurg (meaning Ocean Fort), was built in 1664 by the great 17th century Maratha King, Shivaji on "Kurte" island to the glory of the Maratha Empire. The construction of a sea fort is a stupendous task, and at Sindhudurg no efforts were spared. Over 2000 khandis (4000 mounds) of iron were used for casting and the foundation stones were laid down firmly in lead. Even today, as one approaches the fort past a rocky reef, navigable through a narrow channel, one marvels at the transportation of such heavy material through such choppy waters.
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