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This fort has a glorious history associated with it and was a personal favorite of the greatest warrior of India Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. It has many interesting legends and tales during the life and times of maratha empire. The fort has 3 wells of drinking...More
We are lucky as it was a first day started boat to sindhudurg, during moonsoon it was closed. So avoid during moonsoon if you want to go fort . Near by tarkali, Chivala and malvan beaches are awesome . For snacks sirodkar near malvan jetty...More
Sindhudurg fort sits in middle of the sea . It was built by the great maratha king shivaji.
Shivaji came to Malvan via Nerur par. He realized that the best way to keep the trouble & make in check to enemy, they had to fortify...More
The Sindhudurg region people are blessed personally by GODS themselves. With abuandance of all that one wants in life. Peace beauty health food fruits bliss happiness!!!
U live in place where the rest of the country feels U are on a holiday 365 days of...More
Always a wonderful place for me to visit, knowing the history. Proud to visit repeatedly this sea fort built by the great Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.
But sad to see the deteriorating condition of this invaluable heritage, just because of lack of attention by concerned multiple...More
There are various public transport options. Most common is bus (MSRTC buses): you need to catch a bus to Malvan depot, Malvan Depot forms the central hub and hence there are buses from every nook and corner. Once you... More
There are various public transport options. Most common is bus (MSRTC buses): you need to catch a bus to Malvan depot, Malvan Depot forms the central hub and hence there are buses from every nook and corner. Once you reach Malvan depot you can walk to the Malvan Jetty. Locals would call it "Dhakka". From jetty a boat will take you to fort.
You can hire a Rick or there would be local taxi's too for Malvan Depot or Malvan market.