Diveagar is a village located in ShrivardhanTaluka, Raigad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra, approximately 170 kilometers south of Mumbai. The area is a peaceful, clean, and sparsely populated place for tourists. The region includes a fishing settlement, a beach, a temple, local businesses engaged in coconut and beetle nut tree farming, and some restaurants, cottage rentals, and hotels. The beach, facing the Arabian Sea, is approximately four kilometers long. At the north end of the beach where a small stream enters the ocean there is the fishing settlement, Velas Agar, and some paddy farming, while at the south end there is a sanctuary for migratory seabirds. Nearby, there is a small fishing village, where vendors sell fresh fish, which goes by name of Bharadkhol. The beach is accessible from the Mumbai-Goa highway via Kolad or Karnala. The beach contains a number of suru trees, which are common to coastal Maharashtra. The access to the beach has a dense cover of belu trees, which are otherwise uncommon in the area.