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- While we visited Diveagar, we visited this place which is about 21 km away. After reaching Digi port there are ferry boats available which take you near the entrance and from here there is a transhipment to a smaller boat, which is actually not required. This creates an unsafe and crowded situation at the entrance to the fort.
Once inside the fort, there is ample space to move around and trek. Guides were missing inside the fort though there is an entry ticket charged by the Govt. The fort needs maintenance even for basic entrance as well as the removal of jungle and bushes. There are 3 old canons, two sweet water wells, a temple, a masjid, a mazar. One needs to climb 125 steps to reach the flag hoisting post and the view from here are breathtaking and provide great photoshoot opportunity.
Govt urgently needs to look into the manner of ingress and egress to the fort to avoid any mishapWritten 19 April 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- All Ganesha devotees , quiet temple to visit , it’s in Nandgaon just before Murud, can meditate for 15-30minutesWritten 27 May 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Temple situated at the top of hill from where you will able to see the Whole Murud from bird's eye. You will find clam & peace. You will enjoy the natural beauty.Written 24 May 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Good place to explore the massive stone tombs.
The largest is the tomb of Sidi Surul Khan, who was chief of Janjira State from 1707 to 1734. One of the two smaller tombs is that of Sidi Kasim, commonly known as Yakut Khan, who was in command of Janjira. The other small tomb is of his brother Khairiyat Khan.
The monument, which is done in the Indo-Saracenic style, is being restored by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).Written 25 October 2019
- I was travelling from Murud to Alibaug. I saw this beautiful palace on the way. I did snapped some photographs using DSLR. Selfie with palace is not allowed too. As a guard stepped out of the gate and prevented my friends from taking selfie. Well i clicked a photograph of this palace from Murud beach using my DSLR. I inquired with people that is there any way we can enter and see the palace ? People mentioned that u are allowed only when Siddhi Sultan is in the palace and if he may allow the visitor ? Hope this palace would be opened for public just like Jai Vilas Palace in Baroda or Bangalore palace.Written 9 January 2020
- This dam is quite picture perfect in rainy season. There are lots of trees around which come to life in the season. The dam is quite old and built to supply water to this town.Written 23 April 2017