Ratnagiri Tourist Places

Best Tourist Places to visit in Ratnagiri-Things to do

Temples
There are many temples in Ratnagiri and its surrounding areas. It contains various deities like Shiva, Vishnu, Devi, Ganapati and Surya etc.Swayambhu Ganapati Temple- Si..Read more
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Beaches
Ratnagiri offers a whole lot of breathtaking sun soaked beaches that penetrate the sea and allows viewing a White sand beach on one side and a Black sand beach on the ot..Read more
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Forts
Ratnagiri has a few renowned forts of which many have become an attraction for visitors. Most of these forts have been constructed by the Marathas. The forts are remarka..Read more
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Marine Biological Research Station
The Aquarium station has some rare and beautiful specimens like Sea horse fish, Lion fish, Trigger fish, Sea-turtles, Eels, Sea - cucumbers, Star fish, Lobsters, sea sna..Read more
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Theeba Palace and Museum
The Theeba Palace was built by the British in 1911 for keeping the Burmese King Theeba in confinement. The place has tombs of the royal couple. After his death it was us..Read more
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Atulit Bal Dham
Atulit Bal Dham is a holy place at Ratnagiri city. This sacred Dham is managed by Sadguru Shree Aniruddha Upasana Trust, Mumbai. Panchamukhi Hanuman is the deity in this..Read more
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Gangapur of Rajapur
The "Ganga of Rajapur" is a natural phenomenon believed by many locals to be a miracle. Nearly every 3 years the well forms 14 small pools of water of different temperat..Read more
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Kavi Keshavsoot Smarak
Situated at Malgund village is the birthplace of the famous Marathi Poet Keshavsoot. This small, yet beautiful village is frequented by visitors who come to take a look ..Read more
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