Experience

Experience the splendour of sights & scenes of the place far & wide waiting to be explored.

Agonda Beach

Agonda is a three-kilometer long, beautiful cove of white sand, secluded in the palms. Also known as the silent beach, Agonda is the undiscovered paradise of Goa. 

Agonda Beach

Agonda is a three-kilometer long, beautiful cove of white sand, secluded in the palms. Also known as the silent beach, Agonda is the undiscovered paradise of Goa. Agonda Beach is rated No 2 by Tripadvisor. The Agonda village is surrounded by a lush green cover of about 120 acres of forest land. A sleepy, village life is easily tangible once you enter the Agonda village. The Agonda village lives it life at a much easier and sedate pace as compared to the other beach front villages nearby. Villagers working in the emerald green paddy fields, fishermen drying their catch and a passing whiff of the Goan 'Fenny', is what you feel and experience when in Agonda.

Galgibaga Beach

Galgibaga in Canacona, South Goa, a secret enclave sandwiched between the Arabian Sea and a tiny hillock. 

Galgibaga Beach

Galgibaga in Canacona, South Goa, a secret enclave sandwiched between the Arabian Sea and a tiny hillock. Passed over completely by the sands of time, Galgibaga beach is ideally a poet's delight and a Philosopher's retreat for its mystical and meditative ambience. It offers a breath of fresh air to city-weary souls in the warm embrace of nature. The quiet Galgibaga beach is South Goa is perhaps one of few hidden treasures that Goa has left. The beach is known as one of the three places in Goa that form the nesting grounds of the Olive Ridley turtles, a protected species. The northern portion of this beach is protected as the turtles nesting grounds and gives the beach its nickname, Turtle beach.

Palolem Beach

Palolem Beach is largely unspoiled and is inhabited by both local fishermen and by foreign tourists who live in shacks along the shore or in the main village itself. 

Palolem Beach

Palolem Beach is largely unspoiled and is inhabited by both local fishermen and by foreign tourists who live in shacks along the shore or in the main village itself. It is about one mile (approximately 1.61 km) long and is crescent-shaped; one can view the entire beach from either end. Both ends of the beach consist of rocks jutting out into the sea. The depth of the sea increases gradually, being shallowest at the northern end of the beach, making it safe for average swimmers, and the currents are not fast. The nearest airport is Dabolim Airport which is about 67 km away. The nearest railway station is Canacona railway station which can be reached from Madgoan junction railway station in just 30 mins. There are bus services at a regular interval of 30 mins from the beach to the Kadamba Transport Corporation (KTC) Bus Depot in Margao.

Cola Beach

Cola Beach (also known as Khola Beach) offers fine golden sand beaches dotted with large volcanic boulders and a backdrop of tall forested hills. 

Cola Beach

Cola Beach (also known as Khola Beach) offers fine golden sand beaches dotted with large volcanic boulders and a backdrop of tall forested hills. The beach itself offers a relaxed atmosphere and is generally swimmable. Cola beach is 9.8 kilometers south of the Cabo de Rama fort. Cola is one of the hidden beaches in Goa, a marvel of nature that is still undiscovered by most tourists.

Butterfly Beach

This relatively unexploited beach is becoming a buzzing North Goa places to visit. The place occupies a tiny semicircular bay on the high northern end of Palolem beach

Butterfly Beach

This relatively unexploited beach is becoming a buzzing North Goa places to visit. The place occupies a tiny semicircular bay on the high northern end of Palolem beach and the most astounding feature is that you can spot millions of butterflies flying over the hilltop blossoms. The golden sands against the warm blue water create postcard perfect location with palm trees and scores of butterflies.

Bamanbudo Waterfall

Untouched and unexploited are the words which perfectly describe the Bamanbudo Waterfall. One of the most pristine waterfalls lying in the vicinity of Old Goa. 

Bamanbudo Waterfall

Untouched and unexploited are the words which perfectly describe the Bamanbudo Waterfall. One of the most pristine waterfalls lying in the vicinity of Old Goa. This waterfall flows in the backdrop of serene Amba Ghat.

The waterfall is undoubtedly the picture-perfect spot, with water falling down through the lush green hillock. The sound of the water, freshness in the air and, everything beautiful contributes to the significance of the place. This waterfall is located on the main road and one cannot trek to this splendid destination.

Palolem Island Reserve

This unique biodiversity hot-spot off the South Goa coast is a collaborative effort comprised of local fishermen & conservationists.

Palolem Island Reserve

This unique biodiversity hot-spot off the South Goa coast is a collaborative effort comprised of local fishermen & conservationists. Their aim: to preserve the ancient geological formations and protect the local flora and fauna. Numerous projects are underway to reduce the human footprint left behind from previous owners and educate visitors about the abundant land and sea species.

Kayaking in Palolem

Kayaking gives many adventure sports cum nature lovers the chance to have an up-close and personal experience with the rivers, coasts..

Kayaking in Palolem

Kayaking gives many adventure sports cum nature lovers the chance to have an up-close and personal experience with the rivers, coasts, and backwaters of Goa. 

A trained kayaking guide will help you learn the required techniques and skills. Kayaking also provides you with an excellent workout and a window to understand your own capabilities for you have to constantly push yourself while in the middle of waters.

Palolem Beach Dolphin

Palolem Beach known for its calm water is one of the best places to experience dolphin sightseeing.

Palolem Beach Dolphin

Palolem Beach known for its calm water is one of the best places to experience dolphin sightseeing. Reach Palolem Beach and start your dolphin sightseeing tour

The boat ride will take you on a one-hour-long Dolphin sightseeing trip. 

Spend your time by enjoying the view of the sea and clicking pictures with your friends and family. Book Palolem Beach Dolphin Trip and witness the most friendly creature- the DOLPHINS. 

Palolem backwater trips

Palolem’s backwater and birdwatching behind palolem beach is also a small network of waterways and cannals heading inland.

Palolem Fishing trips

Palolem's backwater and fishing trips,birdwatching behind palolem beach is also a small network of waterways and cannals heading inland. The backwater are some of the best things top do in palolem for nature lovers. Palolem's backwaters are the perfect spot for fishing, birdwatching  especially in the evening right before sunset.

Palolem Honeymoon Beach

Picturesque beauty would be the best way to describe the Honeymoon Beach situated in Goa. This beach is surrounded by a green environment 

Palolem Honeymoon Beach

Picturesque beauty’ would be the best way to describe the Honeymoon Beach situated in Goa. Located at a distance of approximately about 7 Kms from Palolem on an island, this beach is surrounded by a green environment and the beautiful Arabian Sea. The beach is visible only at low tide and it is submerged during the high tide. To get to this beach one needs to ferry a boat from either Palolem Beach or Agonda. The name of the beach comes from the fact that it is visited by a large number of ‘honeymoon couples’. 

Palolem Conco Island

Also known as Monkey Island, Conco Island is one of the most visited islands near Agonda beach in South Goa. Island situated at the bay of Palolem Beach. 

Palolem Conco Island

Also known as Monkey Island, Conco Island is one of the most visited islands near Agonda beach in South Goa. Conco Island is a 5-acre lush green Island situated at the bay of Palolem Beach. It is often referred to as Canacona Island and is called Monkey Island because the wooded island was once inhabited by monkeys that lived in nearby forests. This island is a great picnic spot and definitely worth a visit when around Agonda Beach.

Talpona Beach

This beach is popular among tourists looking for an isolated and quiet location to enjoy the beautiful coastline against the magnificent Arabian Sea. 

Talpona Beach

This beach is popular among tourists looking for an isolated and quiet location to enjoy the beautiful coastline against the magnificent Arabian Sea. The sea is relatively calm and quiet here and one can easily enjoy a day with their thoughts. The Talpona beach has small sand dunes and is not visited much by tourists. The peaceful beach is also a resting ground of many birds.

Rajbag Beach

The beautiful Rajbag beach in Goa is situated across a stream at the south end of thePalolem beach. This south Goa beach has stretches of white sand, casuarinas trees and many dunes.

Rajbag Beach

The beautiful Rajbag beach in Goa is situated across a stream at the south end of the Palolem beach. This south Goa beach has stretches of white sand, casuarinas trees and many dunes. The sand here is clean and also the water is safe for swimming. One can also enjoy a hand paddled ferry trip at Rajbag in the Talpona River south from the beach to get across. The Talpona beach that has low dunes and some palms can be reached once across by walking a small distance.

Cabo De Rama Fort

Drive far to the Southern Goa, through the muddy off-track road to arrive at the edge of the Sea and get ready to witness the glory of past – Cabo de Rama fort. 

Cabo De Rama Fort

Drive far to the Southern Goa, through the muddy off-track road to arrive at the edge of the Sea and get ready to witness the glory of past - Cabo de Rama fort. The fort is perched between the two famous beaches in South Goa - Cavelossim, and Agonda .The Hindu rulers and the Portuguese rulers both had hands behind development of this fort. So, this gives you a chance to explore the architecture wonders of various cultures. One path of the fort will take you to the top of it and other to its on-premise church.

Kuskem Waterfall

The Kuskem waterfall is located in the Canacona taluka in South Goa. It is situated in idyllic Kuskem village at about 20 km from the Cotigao wildlife sanctuary off NH 17. 

Kuskem Waterfall

The Kuskem waterfall is located in the Canacona taluka in South Goa. It is situated in idyllic Kuskem village at about 20 km from the Cotigao wildlife sanctuary off NH 17. It is best visited only during the rainy season as it dries out during the summers. The water falls from a lofty source leaving a clear leap of milky water. It is an ideal place to unwind and for accommodation one can get the forest department's eco cottages at the sanctuary. One can also visit an ancient temple nearby which is well worth exploring.

Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary is a nature reserve in South Goa bordering the state of Karnataka. The main gate of the sanctuary is 30 kilometers from Palolem beach

Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary is a nature reserve in South Goa bordering the state of Karnataka. The main gate of the sanctuary is 30 kilometers from Polem beach by the NH 66, and 22.5 kilometers from the popular Palolem resort area.The wildlife is diverse with flying squirrels, mouse deer, panthers, hyenas, sloth bears, gazelles, four-horned antelopes, vipers, golden-back gliding snakes, and many species of birds and reptiles.

Bubbling Lake

The Bubbling Lake goes by many names, like Budbud, Budbudyachi Tali, and Bubble Lake. Situated in the peaceful and serene village of Netravali the lake is famous for its bubbles. 

Bubbling Lake

The Bubbling Lake goes by many names, like Budbud, Budbudyachi Tali, and Bubble Lake. Situated in the peaceful and serene village of Netravali the lake is famous for its bubbles. These bubbles rise continuously to the surface in various places in the lake. Strangely enough, they also appear to respond to certain sounds and rise faster if you clap!Though it is called a lake, it is more of a pond, with granite steps leading to it. There is also a huge granite pedestal in the centre of the lake. The lake/pond is a place of religious significance for the local peoples, not merely for the lake, but also for the nearby Gopinath Temple.