Ganapatipule is a very small town with a series of serene beaches and stunning landscape, along the Konkan Coast.
It is also famous for having one of the most recognized temples of lord Ganesha (Western Sentinel God of India), it is believed to be self originated there is 400 years old image of lord Ganpati which is said to be sprung up from the soil. Thousands of pilgrims visit this place to pay respects to the Lord.
The place is an idyllic getaway that attracts nature tourists and pilgrims alike. There are many beautiful villages in nearby areas blessed with rich in flora, including mangroves and coconut palms.
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