Divegar Beach, Taluka Shrivardhan – Raigad

Diveagar is situated on the grand Arabic sea. Diveagar is one of the best beachside villages along the Konkan coast in Raigad district.

Diveagar Beach is located approximately 170 kilometers south of Mumbai. The beach is accessible from the Mumbai-Goa highway (via Kolad or Karnala). It is also close to Shrivardhan and Harihareshwar beach (approximately 1.5 km).
Diveagar beach is or approximately 6 kilometers long. At one end of the beach is a fishing settlement, while the other end has a sanctuary of migratory seagulls. The sunset seems to be the most pleasing scene here.
The place has got untouched natural views. The beach contains a number of Suru trees (Casuarina), which are common to coastalMaharashtra. The access to the beach has a dense cover of Belu trees, which are otherwise uncommon in the area. The place has got coconut tree cultivations.
Starfish are observed here on shore in winters, whereas crabs can be seen in summers. Also creepers like ipomoea biloba can be seen.
A close Encounter from the beach is provided by Savli Resort
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In the heart of Shriwardhan, Savli Resort is the perfect place for arranging group picnics, team building getaways or simply a weekend retreat. The Savli Resort, is fully committed in striving towards maximum utilization of environmentally friendly products and practices, providing value added services, exceeding guest expectations, thereby ensuring that we build a strong bond / relationship with all our valued guest... Features & Amenities Self contained toilet bathroom with solar water heater. All rooms having natural village look and feel. Veranda for sitting. Power Invertors TV

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