Diveagar is a small village in the Raigad district. With a long stretch of sandy beach and a village full of beetle nuts, jack fruits and banana plantains. Diveagar is 8.5 Kms from Aaravi.
Diveagar is popular for its beautiful beaches however it used to be frequented by devotees to see the suvarna ganesh temple housing a pure gold idol. The Roop Narayan temple near the beach is also visited by many.
The drive to Diveagar from Aaravi offers some very beautiful views of the sea from atop the hills.
If you have visited Ganpatipule this drive would remind you of the drive from ganpatipule to Ratnagiri via Aare - Waare.
Harihareshwar promulgated as the 'Dakshin Kashi' is famous for its temples and beach