1. Divar The island of Divar is famed for Bonderam, the festival held on the river island on the 4th Saturday of the month of August. Bonderam means the festival of flags. Its high point is a mock battle to commemorate the property wars that took place here over a century ago. Its landmark
With the beaches too rough for a day out and a lot of other activities shut for the season, the monsoons is a time that sees a whole new variety of activities for people to enjoy. Backwater Kayaking: While everyone knows Goa for its beaches, the hinterlands have tiny pockets of unexplored backwaters. These are
Goa is a land of beaches and you cannot think of a Goa holiday without its seashore strolls, water-sports and beach shacks. So here are some of the most popular South Goa best beaches which totally deserve to be on your bucket list and the reasons for they are famous among travellers! Betabatim Beach Betalbatim
Ashvem Beach is nestled between the Mandrem Beach to the north and the serene Morjim Beach to the south. It is a rocky beach that has been shaped by shellfish, giving the rocks a unique shape. The beach is not very crowded which adds to its beauty and provides complete solitude and peace. If you
Laid-back by the day and lively at night, Arambol is truly the capital of hippie culture in Goa. A long stretch of sand surrounded by cliffs on both sides, with a fresh water lake and chirpy markets neaby, Arambol stands out for its uniqueness. This cove like beach is a traditional fishing village with a
With close proximity to Baga and Calangute beaches, Candolim is very popular for its great shoreline and offers a variety of amusement options. The beach is a must do on the Goan traveler’s list. The long stretch of the Candolim Beach started at Sinquierim and spills over to Calangute right upto the mouth of of
Majorda is a picture pretty beach to the south of the quieter Utorda beach. The popular besach is studded with several hotels, the most prominent amongst them being Majorda Beach Resort. The Majorda village has great historical importance. This is the place where the Jesuits discovered the best toddy of Goa who used it to
Nestled between the Arabian Sea and Sal River Estuary, Mobor Beach is secluded and beautiful beach which offers everything a traveler needs. Adventure activities, delicious food, shopping and stunning vistas of the majestic sea, Mobor has it all.
Varca is a quiet and pristine beach sandwiched between the popular Benaulim beach and the beautiful Mobor Cavelossim beach. Varca beach is ideal for some idyllic time to do simple activities like dolphin watching, sunbathing and boating.
Pomburpache zhor (or the Pomburpa spring) is a very popular picnic spot in North Goa for most local Goans who religiously make it a point to visit this natural spring during the torrid summer months of March to May
Cola Beach is one of Goa’s finest beaches, the sand is soft and the water clear. There are a few rocks in the sea here and there but otherwise, it’s a calm little beach with plenty of good swimming depth and if you’re lucky, you might have an encounter with dolphins. The gorgeous freshwater lagoon
Though getting here is no easy task, the journey is well worth it. The sands here are perfectly white and the water translucent. What adds to the beauty are the dolphins surrounding the island with their acrobatics. Butterfly Beach is located just along the coastline at Palolem.
Certainly off the beaten track and somewhere between the well known Palolem and Patnem Beaches, Colomb Bay is a difficult find. The beach is a precious stretch of a C-curve with lots of gentle giant rocks strewn in the sea.
Here you’ll find a few odd tourists doing their own thing, some locals playing football, a smattering of honeymooners walking hand in hand – all very different types of people but each getting their one common fix – the Benaulim vibe.