Extending from Baug to the north and Asgoli to its south, Guhagar beach is a long stretch of beach lined with shady Suru trees extending for almost 6 Kms! Although there are many entry points to access the beach the main entry point to the Guhagar beach is behind the Vyadeshwar temple which is approximately 100mts from the Guhagar bus depot.
Beaches in Guhagar
From Tavsal to Veldur, Guhagar taluka has many pristine untouched beaches. Velneshwar and Hedvi are two beaches apart from Guhagar which are visited by tourists in this region.
S.C.U.B.A Diving in Guhagar
Although currently facilities for S.C.U.B.A diving is not available there is a beautiful diving site in Palshet near Guhagar where you can explore ancient under water man made walls and rocks.
Located about 20 Kms from Guhagar Budhal is a small fishing hamlet with a secluded beach. Budhal beach is rarely visited by tourist however the adventurous can hike up the hill near Budhal for awesome views of the sea from atop the hill.
Velneshwar and Hedvi
Apart from the Guhagar beach Velneshwar and Hedvi are two other popular destinations within Guhagar Taluka. Velneshwar is a small cove of beach with a stretch of soft white sand laced with lush green coconut trees. The Shiva temple located very close to the Velneshwar beach is a very popular temple in this region. Hedvi is famous for the Dasha Bhuja Ganesh temple located atop a hillock and is the main attraction of Hedvi. Hedvi has a small stretch of rocky black sand beach. Bahman Ghal is a unique feature of Hedvi beach.
Guhagar beach is the main beach and also the most prominent tourist attraction in Guhagar taluka. Thanks to the local administration which plays an active role in keeping the beach clean, Guhagar beach is amongst the cleanest beaches in the region. Facilities are also available to bathe off the sea water at Guhagar beach after a dip in the sea.