Ladghar Beach is also known as Tamas Teertha. Well, there is a reason behind calling by this name, Tamas Teertha is called Tams Teertha because at times during the evening when the sun is setting, the Arabian sea, which touches the beach every time turn into red, and if not in red then in orange. This is one of the main reasons which are why tourists and travelers visit Ladghar Beach in Dapoli.
There is one more important reason which is why tourists visit Ladghar Beach and that is it offers them the view of the dolphins that are there in the sea.
But all this can wait, first let me tell you where Ladghar Beach is situated; well Ladghar Beach is situated in Dapoli. It is separated from a neighbor the Karde beach with a rocky stretch. Ladghar Beach is not very big but it is rather a very small beach.
Situated on the Konkan coastline Ladghar Beach in Maharashtra have very finer sand though if you go towards the south you will find very coarser sand.
Its northern end has hillock where there is a ‘Datta Mandir’ located. Ladghar Beach can still hear the steps of the pious woman, who had to build this temple of Gurudatta, on the advice of her Guru, over 100 years.
The people who come to Dapoli Ladghar Beach to spend their holiday enjoy their time to the fullest with the help of the water scooters, and through Para-sailing.
There are many other water sports too, that Ladghar Beach allows you to enjoy and make much use of the time.
Ladghar Beach has one more neighbor too and that is a small village called Burundi. But, it is the second-largest fishing village after Harnai.
The fishermen take the small boats or the ‘dinghies’ to the sea for business and during the evenings, the light in the dinghies gives the onlookers, who are there on Ladghar Beach has a pleasant view.