After the sad sight of dead turtle, we returned to have breakfast, shortly after which, we packed our tents, and got ready to move home. I came back from Anjarle, with mixed emotions, as I was happy to get a beautiful sunset and sunrise, view of the Milky way, and the beautiful little turtles escaping to sea, but was also heart broken with the sight of the dead turtle, at the same beach.
How to Reach Anjarle : You can book this experience, with a commercial event organizer, as it is being organized by a numerous event organizers from Pune as well as Mumbai. Alternatively, from Pune, you can drive via Tamhini Ghat, over to Mandangadh, and then proceed to Anjarle, via Devhare.
Where to Stay : Numerous home stays, resorts, and shacks with or without AC are available along the beach, from which you can choose, as per your convenience. Although, I would always suggest to carry your own tents to avoid heavy room charges.
Precautions : There are no precautions that you need to take for your own safety here, however I will strongly request, suggest or recommend to dispose off your liquor and water bottles responsibly or take it with you, as pollution is killing our oceans as well as plethora of rare and beautiful wild life in it.
My Experience : This was my first experience to observe and enjoy the sight of these baby turtles escaping to the Ocean, and the best part was, that it was a conservation effort, organized by Government of India in collaboration with German Ministry of Environmental conservation. Pair it with one of the darkest skies in Maharashtra, and you have as much an eventful and spectacular night as day, at this beautiful beach. Honestly, I hate to leave such places, however, bread and butter calls me, for another beautiful day and another awesome place.
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