Kudal Tourism & Travel Guide

2 Days
Tarkarli : Virgin beaches

TarkarliIf you want peace with so much adventures this is the place for you.Tarkarli is about 500...

Suvil sharma
Basic Mountaineering Course

" It is not the mountains that we conquer but ourselves" - Sir Edmund HillarySonamarg base camp(9...

Tushar kudal
10 Days
Vipassana - 10 days of silence

Vipassana is one of the most ancient meditation technique which was rediscovered by Gautam Buddha...

Tushar kudal
5 Days
Hidden Paradise near Goa

This trip was the perfect escapade we were looking for ! When it comes to beaches in India, Konk...

Vini Kalra
4 Days
Weekend in Tarkarli

bylanes of Tarkarli Beach rideone more sunset I had been reading about “Tarkarli” a small town in...

Aditi Pandya
4 Days
Discovering Vengurla

Over the long Dusshera weekend this September, I hit off to discover the last beach town of Mahar...

Deepika Gumaste

Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
Called the Oxford of the East, Pune is a bubbling cosmopolitan city. A large student hub, this city loves art, culture a...
This is the capital of the state of Goa and is probably the smallest state capital. Panaji is also the headquarters of t...
The third day started of late, and as it was our last day, we spent the some time in lazing around in the pool. At aroun...
Day 3-We got up early today to catch the sunrise of the day at Colva. Early morning was breezy, cozy and fresh. The sand...
Best time to visit - February,March,April,May,June,July
Kolhapur, in Maharashtra, is a land of temples and regal palaces. The most revered of them is the Mahalaxmi Temple, whic...
Best time to visit - January,February,June,July,August,September,November,December
A lovely city in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, Ratnagiri is a port city surrounded by the beautiful Sahyadri Hills. ...

About Kudal

Day 1: I reached Kudal, its 40 Km (approx) from tarkarli (1.5 hour by an auto). You will readily get autos outside the station. Our auto driver was quite friendly, providing us tips on places to visit and where to have meals. He showed us the backwater on the way to our resort, trying to familiarize us with the surrounding area. We reached our resort “blue sea resort” and were welcomed with their local snack “poha and Kokam sharbat”. The sharbat is to die for, tangy and refreshing (much needed post a long train journey). As our room was getting ready, we decided to take a walk around the area and found a home stay “Madekar”. I would recommend everyone to visit this place for its hospitality and warmth. We had our lunch there, I was served with “pomphert fry” in malvani style. Later in the day we headed to the Tarkarli beach, the water was perfect to calm oneself and get some tan. This is not the best season as it gets a little hot in the noons (best time is from October to March) while the morning and evenings are pleasant. The beach is not commercial and is devoid of shacks and other sources of entertainment. However the locals offers camel rides for the tourist, though they don’t press you hard with their selling.In tarkarli there is largely a concept of home stay where the owner will prepare the food of your choice, for which you need to let them know in advance. Everywhere you will get similar food and hospitality (with a lot of warmth among people).The most peculiar thing about the locals is they are not in a race of competing with each other, everyone praising their neighborhood, a rare thing for me coming from a city always busy in their own survival.Later in the evening we had dinner at the “Medekar” (to be honest, I had all my meals there). The family of mother and son and both are lovely cooks. I had some mouth watering “prawn curry” androti. They also helped us to make our day 2 plan.

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