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Kudal is beautiful town in Sindhudurg district, Maharashtra, India. It is situated on Karli River in southwest Maharashtara. Kudal is the second-largest town in Sindhudurg after Sawantwadi. This beautiful town is considered as one of the most antique settlements of the Konkan Region. It is famous market for Alphonso Mango, which is exported to different cities in the world. Kudal is also renowned for the annual Jatra Fair which is organized at the Kudaleshwar temple. There are number of attractions which lure a large number of people every year from all across the country. Kudal is one among the most visited places of the region as well as the state. Therefore, every year a large number of tourists visit this place to enjoy the backwaters as well as the sacred temples of the town and nearby areas. For the convenience of the travellers, numerous hotels and guest houses have been constructed in the region that offers excellent facilities to the guests and that too at reasonable rates. Starting from luxurious to simple hotels, you can get each and everything here although it is a small town of Maharashtra. You will definitely enjoy your stay at the hotels in Kudal. Some of the prominent attractions in the town include the Rangana Garh Fort, Shree Devi Laxmi Mandir, Deo Dongar Machhindranath Mandir, Shree Dev Bhairav Temple, The Shree Maruti Mandir, Shree Devi Bhavani Mandir and St. John Bosco Church. The travel guide to Kudal provides each and every detail about the place. It’s headquarter of the district Japanese Architecture has a special influence in its construction. Gavade wada: Gavade wada is 150 years old construction. It has 46 rooms all well maintained. It is a tourist attraction for its construction carving & painting.