Karwar Beach

Karwar Beach - Karnataka

A soothing and breezy beach destination for the best seafood cuisine and hardcore parties. People can relax their soul, mind, and body in this small and beautiful town of Karnataka.

Karwar Beach

The place has a mesmerizing diverse population filled with Kannada, Marathi, and Goan people. A place similar to Goa helping travelers get an eclectic experience.

Devbaug Beach is an ineffable beach for spending hours relaxing amidst lined up trees. A bicycle ride is also a good option to explore pristine landscapes. Rabindranath Tagore Beach is the next popular one since it was the favorite resting place of the erstwhile Indian poet.

Aquariums, museums, and fishermen living spots offer spectacular information to tourists. Kodibagh Beach is located at the confluence of River Kali and the Arabian Sea.

Kodibagh Beach is the favorite beach for couples to go for long walks. While hour an hour boat ride takes you to the Kurumgad Isle where Scuba Diving and Snorkelling are famous. At a place called Majali 11 km away from Karwar, Black Sand Beach is an untouched wonder hidden from the shallow travelers.


Indian Army and Navy are filled with Men from Karwar beach. Such a patriotic crowd continues this tradition to date.

Prakriti Prathisodha - a poetical drama by Rabindranath Tagore was composed here.

Tortise shaped Kurumgad island’s Narasimha Temple.

Savashivgadh Hill Fort for watching beautiful sunsets and capturing the beauty of the town from an inevitable angle.

1860 built Oyster Rock Lighthouse on the Oyster Rock Island.

Durga Temple built by Shivaji for the Bhandari Population.

A 300-year old Venkatramana Temple with beautiful paintings.

Anashi Waterfall, Karwar Aquarium, Guddali Peak, and Binaga Beach.


  • Cycling
  • Coracle Ride
  • Kayaking
  • Trekking
  • Water Sports
  • Surfing
  • Boat Ride
  • Snorkelling
  • Scuba Diving

Best Time to Visit:

Winters in this place is mild and so the best time is from October to February. Monsoons are mild as well with the right amount of rainfall and so there is no chance for cancelling travel plans. March to June is not the ideal time to visit the landscapes of Karwar.

Way to Reach:

By Air: The nearest airport to Karwar is Dabolim and it is just two hours’ drive from the destination.

By Rail: There is a railway station in Karwar connecting the primary cities of Karnataka with the neighbouring places.

By Road: Karwar is so close to Goa only 85 km apart. It has a good connection due to well-connected interlinking other parts of the state and primary places.