SINDHUDURG

Sindhudurg Fort
Sindhudurg, an ocean fort and one of the best preserved forts of the Marathas, lies on a rocky island, just off the Malvan coast in Western India.

The Sindhudurg fort was constructed by Hiroji Indalkar, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s Architect, in 1667 and is spread over 16 hectares, with 3 kilometers long rampart, and massive walls that are 9 meters high. This is one of the finest sea fortress of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.

The Sindhudurg fort houses the temple of Shivaji Maharaj, only one in the world, which was constructed by Chhatrapati Rajaram Maharaj, the youngest son of Shivaji Maharaj.

How to Reach Sindhudurg Fort
Via Boat from Malvan Jetty
[Journey Time - 15 Minutes]
[Boat Charges Rs.55/- per person]

Note
Time Limit - Only 1 Hour Time Limit - to explore the Sindhudurg Fort

Nearby Attractions
Tarkarli Beach, Kankeshwar Temple, Bhagwati Temple

Nearest Railway Station
Kudal Railway Station

Nearest Airport
Dabolim Airport (GOI)

Distance
Kudal to Malvan - 30 Kilometers (By Road)
Dabolim Airport to Malvan - 140 Kilometers (By Road)
Mumbai to Malvan - 514 kilometers (By Road)

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