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Winter, Summer


Anjarle is a village in the Dapoli taluka. Also called as Anjarla. It is a small village located near the Jog River. 4 miles away from Ade. Anjarle is located about 20 km from Dapoli. Tourism facilities are limited.


Anjarle is more known for the Kadyawarcha Ganpati temple. This temple was originally constructed using wooden pillars. The idol at this temple is right trunked Ganpati that is Ujavya Sondecha Ganapati in Marathi. The idol is also known as Jagrut Daiwat. The temple has a stone staircase on the right to reach the top of the temple, which has a commanding view of the surrounding coconut and betel nut trees, the nearby Suvarnadurg fort, the sea and surrounding hills. There is a pond in front of the temple where visitors can feed large fish and turtles.

Apart from the Ganpati temple, Anjarle is also known for its unspoiled beach. Bridge over the Anjarle creek had solved the usual practice of crossign the Anjarle creek in a boat and then climbing the hill using steps from Anjarle village.


How to reach

Anjarle is connected to Dapoli (about 20 km), the closest town, by MSRTC buses, private taxis and auto rickshaws. The nearest railway station is Khed, around 45 km from Anjarle.