Revdanda Beach Fort

The Revdanda is 17 km away from Alibag and 125 km away from Mumbai. The other attraction nearby to this fort is VikramVinayak (Birla Mandir) at Salav&Korlai Fort – Lighthouse.


The Revdanda fort also witnesses beautiful Ganesh temple built by Birla’s at Salav. The temple is lightened at night and it is the worth seeing for the tourist visiting this area as theywill get the feeling of seeing a temple dressed in beauty of colors.  The temple is just 4km from the end of Revdanda / SalavBridge and visitors can get easily to the destination.The other location that must be visited bythe guests is the Korlai Fort & light house that is on the kashid side of the bridge. The sea can be viewed from the front side of the bridge, which makes the visit fascinating for the guests.


The Revdanda beach is very isolatedin this region but its beauty can make one to visit it again and again as the beach has black sand which gives it a unique look. The beach acts as a relaxing point for the local people as it provides calm and peace to them after the heavy hardship of the day. The diet mainly consist of fish curry and rice among the local as the Revdanda lies in the coastal region and fish here can be obtained easily.


Revdanda Beach Fort: Recently the fort is in ruined condition,but it is a remnant of the Portuguese rule that ruled over India for few years. Many of the Portuguese Forts are in ruined or devastated state and they are run over by the betel nut plantation. A relic past,now converted to a seven-story tower pushes its windswept and has shrubbery enclosed head over slim stem palm tree where the betel nut fruit grows. Though the fort is ruined it provides a pretty sight of water flanked it by all the three sides.


The beach fort is situated some 14 km away from the kashid beach. The fort comprises of seven-storytower and fortified walls that are bordered by sea. Tourist can make their visit memorable by walking over the walls of the fort and they can witness the Korlai fort from the distance and also view the turquoise water of the Arabian Sea.