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Things to do in Malvan

List of to do things in malvan, Maharashtra


Adventure Water Sports

Malvan blessed with long coastal line and plenty of fine sand beaches with clear waters are the best place to visit for the adventure lovers. Some of the beaches like Vengurla, Malvan and Vijaydurg are the ideal spots for speed boating. The proximity of the Arabian Sea and the good wind velocity makes Malvan beaches best for windsurfing and sailing. Water skiing can be enjoyed at the long stretch of beaches at this destination. Marine life is abundant in the adjacent seas and Scuba diving and snorkelling can be best enjoyed at the beaches like Tarkarli, where visibility in water is best up to twenty feet on clear sunny days. At the beaches like Tarkarli total support regarding the water sport equipment is provided.


Visit to Temples

Malvan has a long historical and cultural background dating back to the period of eighth century. Before the regime of Shivaji many temples in this region were destroyed by the rulers of the corresponding period. Whereas during the reign of Shivaji many existing temples were renovated and new temples erected. Some of the best temples to be visited in Malvan are Bharadi Devi temple in Anganewadi, Shri Rameshwar temple at Achara and Jay Ganesh temple in Medha area. Many fairs and festivals are associated with these temples and during these period thousands of devotees visit these temples to get the blessings of the presiding deities. The best time to visit these temples in Malvan is the festival time.


Malvan Festivals

The rich heritage and culture of Malvan offers a year full of and festivals and fairs. Some of the prime festivals of Malvan are Shimgyachi Holi celebrated in April, Narali Purnima which is celebrated in August and Makar Sankrant in January. Christmas the festival of Christians is celebrated with much pomp and vigor. Shimgyachi Holi in Malvan is the most awaited and colorful festival of this region. Local people get immersed in the celebrations of Holi, while for visitors it is a unique entertainment.


Malvani Multi-Cuisine Restaurant

Malvani cuisine has acquired the top position among other popular cuisines and it has become the crown of delicious Maharashtrian delicacies. Malvani cuisine is particularly non vegetarian comprised of chicken, mutton and fish dishes. Malvani multi cuisine restaurants at the destination provide the tastier dishes like kombdi- vade, fish curry, sol kadi, and mutton keema. These restaurants use pure Malvani masalas, which make the cuisine tastier. That is why tasting Malvani cuisine at this destination makes a difference than testing it in some other cities.