Ganpatipule Beach has white, silvery sand. Popularly known as the Carribean of India, the beach stretches into a lagoon. Swimming isn’t allowed here, given the dangerous rocks that stretch underneath the water. Kayaking, is however a sport that is widely practised by locals as well as tourists here.
The view from the top of a nearby cliff is bewitching. Mango and cashew trees line the length of the beach. First-time travellers must try out the Marathi delicacies available near the beach. Camel riding can be a fun option to explore too.