At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad.

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31st Jan 2015
Photo of At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad. by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad. by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad. by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad. by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad. by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad. by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad. by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad. by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad. by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of At a secret beach, you wouldn't believe its in Raigad. by Akshay Bhujbal

Well, after four years from passing MBA, we decided for a getaway as well as a reunion with 12 of my college friends - the same group which spent hours in canteen bunking the college lectures. But due to everyones busy life, we ended up with 3 of them. We started from Pune and decided to explore the coastal region of Raigad district on our bikes (since we had only Sat-Sun in hand). Highlighting moment was spotting a complete lonely beach, which was white-sand and completely crystal clean, with only three of us on the entire beach that too on a Sunday afternoon. Im talking about Aravi Beach which is not so famous and unlike those crowded beaches in Konkan. A lonely traveller can spend his entire day gazing at the waves on this beach.

A clean, white sand, lonely and a secret beach few kilometres before the the sacred Dive Agar beach.
Photo of Aravi Beach, Raigad by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of Aravi Beach, Raigad by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of Aravi Beach, Raigad by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of Aravi Beach, Raigad by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of Aravi Beach, Raigad by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of Aravi Beach, Raigad by Akshay Bhujbal
A beautiful temple situated at Dive Agar beach.
Photo of Rupnarayan Mandir, Diveagar, Maharashtra 402404, India by Akshay Bhujbal
Photo of Rupnarayan Mandir, Diveagar, Maharashtra 402404, India by Akshay Bhujbal
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Hemant Khadse
It was a memorable trip... will plan more of such trips..
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