Guhagar is a census city in Ratnagiri district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Guhagar is a census city in Ratnagiri district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The guhagar is known for its virgin beach, coir items, coconuts, betel nuts and mainly Haapus Alphonso mangoes. The nearest city and railhead is Chiplun, about 44 kilometers (27 mi) away. The economy of Guhagar boomed after the Dabhol Power Company, a few kilometers north was commissioned in the early 1990s. Hotels sprung up and residents were given well-paid jobs. Guhagar is famous for Durga Devi temple, Guhagar, and Vyadeshwar temple.
The climate is tropical in Guhagar. Guhagar has significant rainfall for most months, with a short dry season. According to Köppen and Geiger, this climate is classified as Am. The temperature here averages 26.9 °C. About 3218 mm of precipitation falls annually.
Durga Devi temple, Guhagar
ANCIENT PORT ( PALSHET )