Travelling to Ganapatipule by road is a vacation in itself. The entire 'konkan' region is picture-perfect: narrow roads, red soil, roofed houses, clean courtyards, innumerable fruit bearing trees and casuarinas lining the coast are a common sight. Besides the beach, Ganapatipule is an important pilgrimage centre. The temple of the 'Swayambhu Ganapati' is known for its unique idol of Lord Ganapati and its magnificent
The road seems to travel on and on and you cannot even get a glimpse of seawater until, from top of a hill you suddenly can see the entire beach with white sand and blue. The beach has rocky stretches - avoid swimming in these parts. However, there is a lagoon where one can hire a boat or a kayak. The beach ends at the base of a small cliff and the view from the top, is breathtaking.