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Ganapatipule Temple

Ganapatipule Temple

Lying in the foliage region with narrow roads, red soil, sun-drenched beach, pure white sands, dotted with the coconut and casuarinas trees on the edges, makes the beach a perfect holiday attraction and attracts the tourists all through the year. Flanked by the rich flora, the each is a perfect tourist attraction, especially for the nature lovers.


The name of the beach Ganapatipule has been derived from the name of the Lord Ganesha, meaning lord Ganesha with sand bank as pule stands for sand dune. The beach offers option for having long leisured walks.


The beach has scintillating sapphire waters on one side with the white sands on the other, which experience glimpses of the sun beams showing the glimpses through the swaying palms. This beautiful beach witnesses the sea waves playing touch-and-go with its shores while the cool breezes comes in the façade, whispers the sweet nothings in the ears and escapes away. The land of Ganapatipule offers one of the most untouched beaches in the Indian state of Maharashtra.


Being located on the western coast of the state of Maharashtra the sapphire blue sea water has an appropriate climate, which refreshes one’s soul. The other excursions from the beach are in a close proximity to the beach such as several monuments and destinations. The places like Malgund, the birth place of Keshavsoot; Velneshwar beach temple and Pawas are a great source on entertainment and enjoyment.


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