Goa Beach


Beaches and Waterfalls in Goa

Natural beauty at it's best

With 75 miles of golden coastline and more than a few majestic waterfalls, Goa offers scenic beauty in abundance. For a truly relaxed atmosphere, be taken away by the easy-going vibes of Arambol Beach. Well known in the hippie community, you can chose from a range of alternative therapies such as yoga, Reiki and meditation. At night the area comes alive with jam sessions and live music. 

If you're looking for a more isolated retreat, head for Palolem Beach; this pretty semi-circle shaped beach in the south of Goa is enclosed by a forest of coconut palms and overlooks a sprinkling of offshore islands.Baga Beach also offers a quieter feel, with a stunning landscape to match, popular with western tourists for watersports and fishing. Meanwhile, Calungute Beach, the most popular in Goa and offers hotels, resorts and spectacular views across the Arabian Sea. 

Combine the tranquility of the beaches with an adventure further inland to the infamous Duhsagar waterfalls. The water flowing looks like streams of milk down the mountainside, thus the name Dudhsagar (sea of milk). Set on the Goa-Karnataka border, the falls are absolutely breathtaking, especially after monsoons when they are at their fullest and most furious. 

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Destination Specialist

Goa is a perfect place to extend your tour in for a relaxing stay. It is so easily accessible from across India and the views never fail to amaze.