Dahanu town is situated in the Thane District of Maharashtra and is visited by a number of tourists. The name of the destination has been derived from the word 'Dhenu Gram' that means ‘village of cows’. At present, the town is considered as the commercial hub of the state and is renowned for the famous art form, the Warli Art.
The destination has various pilgrimage centres namely the Mahalaxmi Gandh, the Mata Saptasrungi Mandir Nikane, the Sri Gajanan Mandir and the Jagrut Hanuman Mandir. Travellers can also visit the Jain Temples, the Sai Baba Temple, the Mahalaxmi Temple and the Sri Kevda Devi Mandir.
One of the prominent attractions of the town is a 100 year old temple that has beautiful architectural designs. A new temple named Kosbad has been constructed on the hill that is famous among visitors. In addition to its pilgrimage sites, Dahanu is also famous for chikoo production. The Dahanu Fort is another tourist attraction that also holds historical significance.
The Dahanu Beach is the prime attraction of the town for its beauty and peaceful environment. The Gholvad Beach and the Narpad Beach are other popular tourist attractions of the destination.
Bordi town is located nearby Dahanu and attracts travellers for the Bordi Beach and the Asavli Dam. The Kalpataru Botanical Garden is famous for its scenes of television serial Ramayana were shot at this site. Further, travellers can also visit Udwada, which holds religious significance for the Zoroastrians.