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Be serenaded by the sounds of the ocean, indulge in building sand castles or wade into the sea for a refreshing dip in the ocean. Play a game of beach volleyball, or simply relax in the shade of coconut grooves watching the shimmering sea at our place Ladghar Dapoli. A small place ideal for a quiet...
It is a perfect get-away for friends and family longing to experience the serenity of long walks on the beach and lazy evenings.
Situated 180 kms from Mumbai, this is a perfect place to unwind. At a 5 minute distance from the shores of Shrivardhan, It offers a perfect and luxurious holiday...
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With an aim of serving our visitors, we brings you “Tranquil – A beach resort'.
Tranquil Resort offers you the Experiential Tourism where you as visitor can mingle with natives, participate in their daily activities, taste the local food, acquire new skills and experience of their culture,...
Six Seasons Shrivardhan is a home stay / vacation rental in vithal aali Shrivardhan. It has two ac room with TV and two non ac rooms. This landmark is the big pipal tree in the middle of the road junction at 'Par' in vithal aali..It is also close to the 'jevneshwer kund' lake.
The beach is at a...
At our Farmhouse in Khed we provide you a Bungalow with breakfast, lunch & dinner for picnic at unbelievable rates. The bungalow has 3 bed rooms 2 big Drawing Rooms & a kitchen & one big & one small terrace. The bungalow is surrounded with dense mountain. Cable T.V....
Shrivardhan is an ancient place of historical importance and is mentioned as being visited by Arjuna Pandav in his pilgrimage. It is well known place for traders in the past. In sixteenth and seventeenth centuries under Ahmednagar and afterwards under Bijapur, Shrivardhan was a port of consequence....