Nivati Beach

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Kirtiraj Kadam
4 contributions
Oct 2021 • Friends
This Amazing Place feels like its from Europe or Australia but its from our Maharashtra located in Vengurla taluka. There is a small Cliff where you can hike and get a lovely view of the beach and the never-ending blue ocean, these types of beaches are also found in Goa. The water is so clear that you can see the underwater rocks.

You can reach here by boarding a Bus from Malvan ST stand or by Driving your own car to this village called Nivti.

On reaching take a short walk of about 3-5 mintues through the village, if you happen to come by your own car just make sure you don't park your vehicles in State Transport's Reserved area as it's a 'NO PARKING ZONE' for all other vehicles except ST buses.

You can also take Boat rides from Devbaug Peninsula but it will be only a sightseeing trip from the boat for a real experience I would recommend you to take a visit to this spot by car or by bus.

Also make sure you don't spoil this place, carry your own waste with you and keep this place clean as it is.
Written 21 October 2021
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Aryan2007
Mumbai, India19,228 contributions
Dec 2019
Nivati beach is a very clean, calm and a peaceful place. Not many people are aware about this place and hence still intact in terms of its natural beauty. There are no shops or restaurants around. Water is clean, sand is clean and one can relax for hours. We reached here by car while visiting Devbag.
Written 5 January 2020
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Prachi J
Pune, India130 contributions
Nov 2018 • Friends
Please i hope people won't crowd n destroy this place like they have destroyed goa n some of the konkan strip. This is a oeace of heaven. Lets not post such places online i think. if you know anyone wants to visit then tell them personally, if they are responsible people who can take care of the environment. The last time i visited there was only one home stay there. I hope it stays that way! Those people are genuine n decent and care for cleanliness, the beach and environment a lot. No shops and not a tourist place
Written 25 October 2019
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Urmil G
1,079 contributions
Apr 2019 • Family
Went to this beach... very scenic and calm beach... waves striking against big rocks... I found it quite safe and serene... one must not miss it when in Sindhudurg
Written 21 April 2019
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SPF_Travel
Mumbai, India60 contributions
May 2018 • Family
Nice clean beach. Not visited by many. Mesmerizing and beautiful beach. Must visit if you are in the area.
Written 23 May 2018
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JAYANTABISWAS
Kolkata (Calcutta), India235 contributions
Mar 2018
The beach is not so crowded except for the locals. hence the water is clean and good for swimming, except in the monsoon season. The beach is clean and secluded. ideal for families and solo.
Written 20 April 2018
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Mayekars holiday home
Malvan, India72 contributions
Feb 2018
We stayed here in a hemanshu beach resort also known as Nivati beach resort located at beach. Beach is far away from crowd. Nivati is a small port famous for fishing activity. Fish lovers must try once.
Written 9 February 2018
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Mahesh P
2 contributions
Nov 2017 • Family
We stayed for about three days recently ( Nov 17). This was a wonderful experience . If one is looking for a break from urban life, this is the place. Attractions nearby like water sports, clean beaches, forts add positively to the experience. Malvani cuisine and delicacies are added attractions. Calm and quiet place... Awesome service by Samant family....
Shalaka Prabhu Chendvankar, Dombivli, Mumbai
Written 12 November 2017
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Saujanya_Sane
Mumbai, India11 contributions
Mar 2017 • Solo
Before writing anything about my experience I want to clear one confusion which is arising due to the names. There are two different places Nivati Beach and Kille Nivti (both are used interchangeably but both are different places). Nivati Beach is a small port whereas Kille Nivti is a Fort which also has a small but beautiful beach. I would suggest that people visit Kille Nivti as it is clean, pristine and untouched pararise.

The fort is not in good condition but it gives some tremendous views of the Bhogwe beach. The beach is clean with clear waters. You can reach this place from Malvan as well as Vengurla by road. The state transport (STs) also ply between Vengurla/Malvan and Kille Nivti.

In all a great place to visit if you want to enjoy the real and untouched beauty of nature.
Written 1 July 2017
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Himanshu Kakade
Pune, India94 contributions
Nov 2016 • Friends
There are 2 beaches.
Kille Nivati Beach & Nivati Beach.
We visited the first one.

Kille Nivati Beach is on the way to Nivati Fort. As shown in the picture, there is a Y junction on the way to Nivati Fort. Take a left and you are in a small village of approx. 20 huts of fishermen. At the entrance of the village here is an open space for a state transport bus to park. Go past that bus stop, travel through the narrow lanes between the huts and you reach the beach.
Its a beautiful beach!! The sand is crystal white and does not stick to your skin. On the left there is a narrow section of the hill that has gone inside the sea. The beach is totally untouched. The are no commercial facilities available in the village. We got to know that one of the residents has began a bed and breakfast facility there.

Visit this place to experience this raw and untouched beach.
Written 24 April 2017
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