Tarkarli

Places to visit in Tarkali

Deobagh

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Famously as God’s garden, this one is a rather outgrown village. It comprises of a vast community of Hindu fishermen who at times replace their fishing activities with tourism and giving their boats on rents for sea tours.

Dhamapur lake

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It is a beautiful place for lovers who can go for boat rides in the still, calm water. It is known for its crystal clear waters and one can see the sea bed on a clear weather day.

Karli backwaters

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Shree Shivchhatrapati Temple

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Build on Sindhudurg fort by Shivaji’s son Rajaram. It is a temple of Shivaji Maharaj. You can also find his foot and palm prints on a lime preserved slab on the tower near Dilli Gate.

Sidhudurg fort

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Sindhudurg fort is one of the most sought after histrionics in Tarkarli. It was built by the great Maratha warrior, Chhatrapati Shivaji.

Tarkarli Beach

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Known for its many beaches, Tarkarli is an instance of paradise for beach lovers. With countless beaches such as Tarkarli, Kolam, Achra, one could spent their whole day walking and lazing around and enjoying the various adventurous sports available.

What to Eat in Tarkarli :

Local Food and Cuisine

The cuisine of Tarkarli is dominated by seafood and a distinct Konkani influence mixed with typical Maharashtrian elements. Mori Masala or Shark curry is a popular delicacy along a number of fish preparations using popular masalas and spices. Though non-vegetarian food is popular, there are a lar, there are a number of options for vegetarians too. One must also try the variety of pickles available here.

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