There is lots to see around Tarkarli. About 60 Kms to the north of Tarkarli is Devgad famous for the Alphonso mangoes. Kunkeshwar Temple with a pristine beach to add to its aesthetic appeal is near Devgad. To the south of Tarkarli just 40 kms by 'sagari mahamarg' is Vengurla, and in between Tarkarli and Vengurla lies the beaches of Nivati and Bhogwe.
Goa the most popular tourist destination in western India is just a few hours from Tarkarli. Terekhol fort at the northern end of Goa is just about 60 Kms from Tarkarli via the 'sagari mahamarg' which passes through Vengurla and Redi.
Mapusa, the hub of north Goa from almost all the beaches in nort Goa is visited is under 100 kms from Tarkarli making Tarkarli an ideal destination to add to the list of destinations that one could cover during a Goan holiday.
A large number of international tourists visiting Goa also visitTarkarli on a day tour to Tarkarli especially to do SCUBA diving in Tarkarli. Interstate bus from Goa plies at 9 am everyday from Margaon to Malvan at 9 am
80 Kms from Tarkarli is Amboli, a hillstation which is the southern end of the Sahyadris. Amboli waterfalls is located right by the SH, Amboli has the distinction of being the only hill station in Maharashtra from where you could also have the view of the Konkan coast!!
A bird watchers paradise Vengurla Rocks or the Burnt island is an island off the coast from Malvan. Burnt island is a traditional roosting and nesting site of the Indian Swiftlet, the Edible nest swiftlet and many more species of avians. Trips to Burnt island is organized on special request only.
Kunkeshwar is located near Devgad about about 45 kms from Tarkarli. One day taxi tours are organized from Tarkarli which couples Kunkeshwar temple and Vijaydurg fort. Kunkeshwar temple is built right besides the beach and offers a beautiful view of the coast and paints a very pretty picture..
The first circuit is Vijaydurg fort, Devgad fort and Kunkeshwar temple in Kunkeshwar. One way distance of this circuit is approximately 100 kms and it approximately takes the whole day for the trip.
The second circuit is a visit to Amboli, a hill station with the distinction of being the only hill station in Maharashtra which affords a view of the distant seas. Amboli is about 80 kms from Tarkarli and this circuit is especially popular just after monsoons when the Amboli waterfalls is in its full glory
Beach hopping upto Redi Ganesh temple visiting Vengurla Nivati fort and Shiroda is the third popular one day tours from Tarkarli. One way distance of this route is approximately 85 kms
|Tarkarli to Mapusa (Goa)||95 Kms|
|Tarkarli to Tsunami Island||150 Kms|
|Tarkarli to Vijaydurg||75 Kms|
|Tarkarli to Kunkeshwar temple||45 Kms|
|Tarkarli to Devgad Rort||50 Kms|
|Tarkarli to Amboli||80 Kms|
|Tarkarli to Vengurla Lighthouse||50 Kms|