Diveagar

Diveagar is a beach town, located on the gold coasts of the Konkan, Maharashtra. The town is famous for its exquisite beaches and blue waters and hidden gold treasure. Diveagar lies under Raigad district which is a famous Maratha district of Maharashtra. The Coastal lines of this place are bestowed with coconut and betel nut trees which make this place more beautiful. White sparkling sand, blue waters and beautiful coasts make a special combination of fun and peace. In November 1997 while working in a coconut garden Mrs. D D Patil, found a copper trunk weighing, in that trunk she found a 24-carat gold Ganesha mask. The inscription on the trunk reads 1060 AD. Later this idol was instated in a temple in the village. This place is a great tourist destination for beach lovers and also for explorers of hidden treasure.

Weather

Diveagar remains hot and humid in summer season as this place is near the sea. The temperature of this city in summers remains in between 30°C to 41°C.

Monsoon is the best season to visit this city as the temperature remains in between 25°C-35°C. The season experiences pleasant drizzling during this season.

Winter season in this city remains normal and the temperature falls to 15°C.

How to Reach

The nearest airport to this city is located in Pune which is 160 km from here. Various flights from all the major cities land on this airport.

There is no railhead in Diveagar. One has to catch a taxi or bus to reach this place as it is well connected by road.

Key attractions/Sightseeing

Suvarnaganesha Temple: The Lord Suvarnaganesha Temple has a great religious value amongst the local as well as people of Maharashtra state. The temple has an idol of lord Ganesha, the main feature of this idol is that it is made of 24 karat gold and weighs around 1.3 kg in weight. This Diveagar attraction is famous in the whole country.

Diveagar Beach: Diveagar Beach is the prime attraction of this city as a lot of tourists come to this place and enjoy on its beaches which are surrounded with beautiful coastal lines. The beach has fishing settlement on one end and sanctuary of migratory seagulls on the other end. Seagulls are the prime attraction of this beach. Belu trees can be seen while visiting the beach which is a rare plant species. Bubble crabs and tortoise can be found in summers. One can also see dolphins on Harishareshwar beach which is located near this beach.

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