Trek past the fishermen’s hamlet to reach the Purnagad fort. The fort in itself is beautiful, even though most of it is in ruins, all thanks to the panoramic views of the sea that you get all around. You can spot exotic birds and butterflies along the way too! Unwind to the sound of crashing waves and birds calling out to each other.
You can also visit the Ganeshgule Beach, 6kms away from the fort, and offers white sand and clear water to all those who wish to unwind. Ratnagiri hosts a Thibaw Palace too, and if you’re up for a small history lesson, spend half a day exploring the Thibaw Palace. This used to be where King Thibaw of Burma, exiled from his country by the British, was held a prisoner. The palace grounds, the views and the history lessons make this worth exploring.