Located in scenic Dapoli, Symphony Palms is situated 215 km from Mumbai, 190 km from Pune and just 12 km from the Arabian Sea. Dapoli is often referred to as 'Mini Mahableshwar', thanks to its hill-stationesque feel. It is one of the fastest developing tourist destinations in Maharashtra.
Surrounded by the mighty Sahyadaris, Dapoli is blessed with other places of interest such as:
Suvarnadurg Fort: Located on a rocky island and spread over 8 acres, encircled by a dry moat this fort represents the naval prowess and glory of the Maratha fleet (1660-1818) under the command of Kanhoji Angre.
Kanakdurg Fort:Spread over 0.62 acres, this fort projects into the sea adjoining the Harnai port. Its elevated lighthouse is a sight to behold. This former military camp has 9 water ponds with abundant water supply.
Panhalekaji Caves:Built from the 2nd century to the 14th centur4y, these 29 stunning caves act as a natural retreat for different species of reptiles and birds from the surrounding jungle and rivers.
Unhavare hot water springs: These natural hot water springs are located 35kms from Dapoli, near Panhalekaji caves and attract many tourists.
Kadyavarcha Ganpati temple: This historic Ganesh temple, located in the neighbouring Anjarle village, was built on wooden pillars in the year 1150 AD.