Devhare is in Mandangad taluka about 210 km from Mumbai by road. All state transport buses go through the Devhare. Devhare is scenic and surrounded with hills. The normal temperature of Devhare is around 26 °C. In month of April and may go around 42 degrees. Devhare is relatively undiscovered as a tourist destination. The Scenic beach of Kelshi is about 15 km from Devhare. A ferry from Bankot can take you to Harihareshwar and Shriwardhan, the ferry ride is very scenic.
Marathi is the common language here. Some people also know Hindi and English.
All the festivals are celebrated with great enthusiasm and a spirit of togetherness. Gauri Ganapati and Magh Chaturthi are the most important events in the entire Konkan region. Holi, Gudi Padva and Diwali are well celebrated here, too.
Since Konkan is a pilgrimage destination, non - vegetarian food is a little rare. But on the outskirts of devhare fish curry, rice and kokam kadhi are available. Vegetable curries are also very tasty, prepared with a coconut base. "Modak", the favorite sweet meat of Lord Ganesh, is also available.
The Konkan coast is rich in horticulture with delicious exotic fruits, particularly the Ratnagiri "Happoos" mangoes. These are also turned into sweet preparations like Ambapoli and Phanaspoli (pancakes of dried mango and jackfruit respectively).