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Vengurla is on the western coast of India in the Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra. The place is known for its crystal-clear water and green foliage of coconut, cashew and mango trees. Located just to the north of Goa, the place has served as a natural port since historic times.

Districts/ Region :

Sindhudurg district, Maharashtra, India.

History :

Vengurla is a taluka of the Sindhudurg district in the south Konkan region of Maharashtra. The place is known for its clean and sandy beaches and hilly surroundings. It was one of the busiest ports and a trade centre during the reign of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.

Geography :

Vengurla is a coastal place located in South Konkan in between the hills of Dabhol and Mochemad. It has green-topped Sahyadri mountains on one side and the blue Arabian Sea on the other. It is located 38 KM to the southwest of Sindhudurg city, 170 KM away from Kolhapur and 477 KM away from Mumbai. The place is well accessible by road.

Weather/Climate :

The prominent weather in the region is rainfall, the Konkan belt experiences High Rainfall (ranges around 2500 mm to 4500 mm), and the climate remains Humid and warm. The temperature reaches up to 30 degrees Celsius during this season.

Summers are hot and humid, and the temperature touches 40 degrees Celsius.

Winters have a comparatively milder climate (around 28 degrees Celsius), and the weather remains Cool and Dry

Things to do :

Vengurla is well known for its temples and clean beaches in its surrounding areas. Activities like cycling, kayaking, fishing, swimming and beach camping are available.

Nearest tourist place :

One can plan to visit the following tourist places along with Vengurla. Wayangani beach: Extremely beautiful yet untouched beach located 7 KM to the northwest of Vengurla.
Kondura beach: Picturesque beach located at a distance of 10 KM away from Vengurla. Popular for its stunning beauty and sea cave.
Khajanadevi Temple: Near about 300 years old, a beautiful temple built in Konkani style. It is located 7.4 KM away from Vengurla beach.
Shiroda beach: Much known for its natural beauty and mixed Maharashtrian-Goan culture. It is located 20.4 KM to the south of Vengurla.
Nivti beach: Located 37 KM to the northwest of Vengurla, the place is known for its secluded beaches.

How to travel to tourist place by Rail, Air, Road (train, flight, bus) with distance and required time :

Vengurla is accessible by road and is connected to NH 66 Mumbai-Goa Highway. State transport, private and luxury buses are available from the cities such as Sindhudurg, Mumbai, Pune, Kolhapur and Goa.

Nearest Airport: Chipi Airport Sindhudurg 35.3 KM (56 mins), Dabolim Airport Goa 89 km (2 hr 18 min)

Nearest Railway Station: Sawantwadi 20 KM (40 min), Kudal 25.1 KM (47 mins)

Special food speciality and hotel :

Being on the coastal part of Maharashtra, seafood is a speciality here. However, it is one of the most visited tourist destinations and is connected to Mumbai and Goa, the restaurants here serve a variety of cuisine. Malvani cuisine is the speciality of this place.

Accommodation facilities nearby & Hotel/ Hospital/Post Office/Police station :

Vengurla is a small town therefore not too many options are available. Tented resorts, lodges and household accommodation facilities are available. Credit cards are not accepted at most places.

Various hospitals are available in the vicinity of the beach.

The post office is in Vengurla, located to the north of the beach.

The Police station is 5.3 KM away from the beach.

MTDC Resort nearby details :

The nearest MTDC resort is at Tarkarli, 51.2 KM from Vengurla. MTDC associated home stay is available at Kondurawadi 12.5 KM to the north of Vengurla beach.

Visiting Rule and Time, Best month to visit :

The place is accessible throughout the year. The best time to visit is from October to March since the plentiful rainfall lasts from June to October, and the summers are hot and humid. Tourists should check the timings of high as well as low tides before entering into the sea. High tides during the monsoon season could be dangerous hence should be avoided.

Language spoken in area :

English, Hindi, Marathi, Malvani