Vengurla, Vengurla, Maharashtra, India, 416516
The beautiful taluka of Vengurla is situated in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra state. Vengurla performed as a commercial port during 1665 by Dutch traders. This was later taken up the Britishers during their reign in India. Vengurla Municipal council is considered as the oldest in Maharashtra, by 130 years of time.
Rich in cultural heritage, surrounded by hills and waters, and variety of foliage, Vengurla is adorned by mango, cashew and berry trees.
Vengurla is famous for its multiple spectacular beaches, architectural temples, forts and the ethnic locale. Spend a relaxing time as you observe a flock of migratory birds passing over the skies. The best time to visit Vengurla is winter, while Monsoons will let you delve in a romantic rainy weather.
Enjoy leisure time by boating in Bhogave beach, relax under the shade of coconut trees of Velangar beach, the mesmerizing clean Redi beach, blue waters of Khavane beach, Kondura beach of Vayanagari village and spend a great vacay time at the exotic Vengurla beach, each one delivers best of experiences.
Vengurla Jetty, Sagareshwar, Khavaneshwar and Khazanadevi temples, and the religious center of Dabholi are some of the cultural spots of Vengurla taluka.
At the north of Terekhol river lies Terekhol fort that forms an attraction of Vengurla taluka. Kille Nivate beach, that also has a fort at its shore, the tall Cyprus trees of Mochemad creek let you delve into a tender feeling that Vengurla is bestowed with. Surrounded by hills mountains and Arabian sea on the opposite side, the countryside location is a gem of Konkan.
How to Reach Vengurla?
Vengurla is reachable from all major cities of Mumbai, Pune, and Kolhapur. The nearest railway station to reach Vengurla is Kudal. Government transport buses are available easily to reach the remote part of the taluka. Dabolim International airport in Goa is the nearest airport.