Located 17 km from Dapoli at Harnai, the Suvarnadurg fort consists of two forts.
Kanakdurga is the land fort and Suvarnadurga is the sea fort. The forts were
originally built by the Adil Shahi dynasty and later captured and fortified by
Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in 1660.
Main article: Panhalakaji Caves Located on the Dapoli-Dabhil Pangari road is a
place called Panhalekaji and can also be accessed from Khed via Vakavali &
Tetavali. The "Leni" or caves at Panhalekaji are a must-see. You can drive
up to the caves. The place is situated deep in the valley near the confluence of
the 'Kotjai' and 'Dhakti' rivers.
There are natural hot water springs at Unhavare Village, which is 35 km from
Dapoli (Near Panhalekaji caves). Unhavare, 21 km from Vakavali
& 17 km from Tetavali's is Dr. Deodhar farms (called keshav Baug) Dr Deodhar is
an Expert In Algae from Bombay University, Has a guest house for tourists. The
Hot springs are its only attraction. Lots of people from surrounding areas come
here regularly to bath in the Hot Sulphur water springs.
This Ganesh temple is at Anjarle village which comes under Dapoli taluka.
Anjarle is famous for the "Kadyawarcha Ganpati" (Ganesh temple situated on a
cliff). This ancient and magnificent Ganesh temple was originally
constructed using wooden pillars in around 1150AD. It was renovated during
the period between 1768 and 1780. At one time, people used to cross Anjarle
creek (Jog River) in a boat and then climb the hill using steps that go
through the Anjarle village. Recently a bridge has been constructed and you
can take your car right up to the entrance of the temple.