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Dhamapur lake, is an earth-fill dam on Local River near Malvan, Sindhudurg district in the state of Maharashtra in India. The Dhamapur Lake or Dam covers a total area of about 10 acres with water. Water-based sports activities facility is available here. As the lake is free from the extreme wave, which makes it much suitable for adventure free boating. There is a Bhagwati temple present near to the lake and it is surrounded by greenery. This man-made lake was constructed in 1530 by the king Nagesh Desai [A tributary of Vijaynagar dynast]. It has beautiful scenic hill ranges on its two sides. The water is crystal clear and has a dense plantation of Mango, Garcinia Indica (kokam) and Coconut. This is a special lake because of its “uniqueness”. It is the biggest lake in the district and perhaps next only to Tadoba lake. The dense forest and orchard surroundings have made it one of the most beautiful lakes in Maharashtra. Tourist easily feels the change in the atmosphere once they reach the spot. Now the MTDC has made boating facility available in the lake. Forest department has also constructed beautiful huts on the bank. To enable the tourist staying here to enjoy the panoramic view from their cottages.