After B/F proceed to sightseeing covering places as mention below
Ganapati Swayambhu Temple :
Before starting the sightseeing first of all visit the 400-year-old Ganapati Swayambhu Temple , located on the foothill, and an important place of homage. There is an interesting Ganapati-shaped walk of 1km around the hill, which is called Pradakshina, a way of respect shown by the pilgrims to the deity. It is said that Ganapatipule is one of theeight significant Ganapatis (Ashta Ganapatis) of India .
A kilometer away from Ganapatipule, is a small village called Malgund, home town of famous Marathi poet Keshavsoot who pioneered modern Marathi poetry. Visit his beautiful monument and the museum there, which is gives information about modern day Marathi poets.
The district town of Ganapatipule is an interesting halt for sightseeing. It houses the homeof Lokmanya Tilak, now Tilak Smarak. The first ever temple built for non-brahmins called Patit Pawan Mandir, the Ratnadurga Fort, Bhagivati Bunder,a sea port and the Coconut Research Centre are some of the other places you could visit in and around Ratnagiri.Also, stop at Velneshwar,to visit the old Shiva Temple and the beach.You couldrelive moments from history,at Thebaw Palace,built in 1910-11,for the King and Queen of Burma,who were exiled.
Jaigad Fort :
Stop at the 17th century Jaigad Fort,35 km away from Ganapatipule, located at the entrance of the river Sangameshwar,and allow yourself a magnificent view of the sea.In the evening return back to Ganapatipule o/n halt