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Shrivardhan is a city in the district of Raigad in Maharashtra, which is 185 km from Mumbai and 165 km from Pune. Shrivardhan is one of the twin cities considered along with the town of Harihareshwar as they are just 18 km apart. Both these cities along with Diveagar have become famous weekend getaways for the urban citizens who come seeking for tranquility and serenity in these beach towns.
  • Country: India
  • State: Maharashtra
  • Capitals: Mumbai
  • Zip Code: 402110
  • STD/Local Code: 02147
  • Phone code: 00 + 91 + 2147 + the number.
  • Language: Marathi
  • Best Period: October to March
  • Weather: Tropical climate
  • Time Zone: IST (UTC +05:30)
  • Currency: Indian Rupee
  • Major Airports: Mumbai, Pune
Embrace the tranquility at Shrivardhan!

Pack up your beachwear and head to the idyllic beach town of Shrivardhan! Known for its vast stretch of the pristine seashore is this quaint town along the coasts of the Konkan region. Fascinating sceneries and calm beaches are the reason for its popularity amongst the tourists making it a famous weekend holiday destination for the people of Mumbai and Pune. Renowned for its betel nut ‘Shrivardhan Rotha’, this beautiful town is decorated with the green canopy of these betel nut plantations that are known to rejuvenate its visitors.

Seafood lovers and adventure maniacs have flocked this place time and again, basking in the soothing breeze and clean smooth sands and riding on the waves as they wash ashore. Travel with your family, friends or colleagues and Shrivardhan will enthrall you with its beauty and unspoiled nature that will take you away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. The city has a great historical significance as it saw the rise of first of the Peshwas in the Maratha Kingdom.

Relax in the beauty of nature and revive yourself with the historical roots of the town while doing some soul searching as the waves wash your feet on the golden beaches. Sip on the fresh coconut water or take a dip in the sea while you make the best of your holiday in this appealing beach town.

Best Time to Visit
(Describe the climate of Shrivardhan)
Shrivardhan’s climate is tropical and does not see much change throughout the year as the humid sea breeze keeps the temperature at par.
Summer: Average temperature of 33℃ is experienced in the summers with the weather being hot and humid. April and May are the hottest months with temperatures dropping by June as the rains begin.
Monsoon: The months from June to September mark the rainy season with an average rainfall of 30 cm annually. July sees the peak of rainfall with 50 cm of rain. Weather is cooler in comparison with heavy moisture in the air.
Winter: By the end of October the season of winter commences and thus starts the best time to visit Shrivardhan. Minimum temperatures can linger around 18℃ in the months of December and January, which sees the peak of chill. Mornings during this time are warm and comfortable to take a stroll along the beaches whereas the nights are cold when you may occasionally need warm clothes.
How to Reach
(Transport availability for traveling)
The town is well connected with the major cities of Mumbai and Pune, and both these cities are connected with all major cities of India and most parts of the world.
Although Pune has an airport, the Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is more convenient to travel to as all airlines service it. From here you can take a bus or taxi to move further to Shrivardhan.
Hop on to a state bus or private bus transport that will take you to Shrivardhan from all major cities of the state. The ride is close to 5 hours from Mumbai or Pune. You can also get your own vehicle, which makes it convenient to move around the close by areas.
Mangaon is the closest railway station on the Konkan railway that is 45kms away from Shrivardhan. A number of trains running from major cities like Mumbai, Madgaon, Ernakulam, and Bikaner halt here. From Mangaon, you will need to hire a taxi or take a bus further to Shrivardhan.



Get blessings from the Goddess Somajal whose temple is very famous in the town as the locals believe the goddess to nullify the effect of venom on snake bite victims. Shri Laxminarayan temple is the main temples of the Peshwas which has 700 years old idol inside the Hoysala architectural style temple. Other temples, which are frequented by worshippers are Kusum devi, Bhairavnath, and Jivaneshwar temples.

Hill StationsBeaches

Prominent attractions of the town are the unblemished and long stretches of beaches. Take a stroll down the beach or simply lie on the cool sand reading your favorite book, the unpolluted air and pristine beauty make Shrivardhan an ideal vacation spot. The blackish sand of this beach attracts many tourists all-round the year. If you are an adventure lover, then you must visit Kondivili beach about 4kms from the Shrivardhan beach that will take you on an adventurous ride on its water sports. Glittering sands and massive greenery surrounding it makes the coastline magnificent place to visit. Venture on the beach hopping escapade across the nearby beach towns of Harihareshwar and Diveagar. The spiritual beach town of Harihareshwar and the tranquil undiscovered town of Diveagar will simply enhance your beach holiday.


To make your stay comfortable, there are some good resorts near the beach. Savli Resort, Subhan Beach Resort, and Sea Wind Beach Resort are some of the favorites of most of the tourists.


Preserving the natural beauty of the place, this city has not given in to the tourist pressure and has few nice hotels to help with the visitors of the city. Shivshrusti and Gulmohar cottage are some of the hotels where you can stay when you plan on your travel to Shrivardhan.


Unlike the major cities which offer you with several malls and shops, Shrivardhan is a town which caters to the basic needs of the people. You can visit the local markets to explore the local vegetable and fruit produce with some vendors even selling juices made from these. You can find amazingly tasty mangoes during the summers along with other local fruits and eatables.


The city finds its name being mentioned in Mahabharta when Arjuna Pandav visited the ancient place of Shrivardhan in his pilgrimage. The town was a trading port during 16th and 17th century which has appeared in the accounts of leading European travellers. It is also the birthplace of Balaji Visvanath, the first Peshwa who was appointed by Chhatrapati Sahu as the Deshmukh of the town. Visit the Peshwa memorial, which is built in his honour in this town of Shrivardhan.


Most of the hotels and resorts have their own restaurants where you can enjoy delicious traditional Konkani and Maharashtrian cuisine. The local food such as misal, jhunka bhakar, kanda bhaji, pohe, vada pav will be a treat to your taste buds. All the meals will be enriched with coconut as one of the ingredients as it is produced in abundance in this beach town. The taste of seafood is simply amazing as it is made freshly from the local catch of the day.


Relish on the natural beauty of the beaches as you wander through the silky sands and gushing sea waves. Make your way to the Kondivili beach to enjoy variety of water sports to give boost to your inner adventurer.

Business Hub

Economy of Shrivardhan thrives mainly on tourism and local produce. Major businesses hubs close by are the cities of Mumbai and Pune.
Gear up for this small town of long beaches to relax and enjoy your holiday!