Kolad, a small village in the Raigad District of Maharashtra, is surrounded by the Sahyadri mountain range. This village is known for the 16th century Ghosala Fort which has been constructed in the ancient Indian style of architecture. The Kolad Museum is also a popular tourist spot, where sculptures made by Ramesh Ghone, a famous sculptor.
The Bhira Dam, constructed by Tata Power Company in the year 1927, is used for generating power for the nearby industries. Another major attraction is the Tamhini Falls, where rare species of birds can be spotted during monsoon season.
The Kanal Avenue, Kuda Caves, Sutarwadi Lake and Tamhini Falls are some of the other popular attractions in the village. Kolad is also close to villages like Pallekhurdh, Dhatau, Roha, Ashtami, Indapur, Makti, Bhinad and Wadhwan.