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About Goa

Goa is a state in southwest India, along the western coastline next to the Arabian Sea. The smallest state area-wise and the fourth smallest by population; Goa attracts thousands of tourists every year from all over the world for its beaches, places of worship and world heritage architecture. It is considered to be the best state in India regarding infrastructure and the quality of life. Also, it is also regarded as one of the safest places in India when it comes to women safety. It has rich flora and fauna being on the Western Ghats range which is a biodiversity hotspot.

Panaji is the capital of Goa and Vasco da Gama is the largest city. Being an old Portuguese city, you can still see the cultural influence in the historic town of Margao.

North Goa:

North Goa starts from the walls of Fort Agauda next to Panaji and goes all the way up North to Maharashtra border. This whole stretch of sand is the home of backpackers, peace seekers, sunbathers and party lovers. The beauty of North Goa lies in its beaches, and each beach has a quality of its own. Apart from Arambol, the other famous beaches are Sinquerim, Calangute, Candolim, Baga, Anjuna, Vagator and Morjim. Let’s read about them in details:


Candolim Beach: Closest beach to the Panaji City. Most of its property is owned by Font Agauda beach resort and some travel companies offering tour packages. It is not exactly a backpackers or long stayers friendly beach as it’s almost impossible to find a hostel or an individual accommodation here as there are mostly hotels or resorts with attached restaurants.

Candolim beach is, however, famous for its water sports as one can do Parasailing and Water Skiing. The prices are quite normal compared to Western countries.

Calangute Beach attracts one of the best crowds that ever come to Goa. That’s where everybody heads towards as soon as they step into Goa. That makes it one of the most crowded beaches in the whole of Goa; both in peak and low season. Located around 15 km from Panaji, there is a long stretch of sand, which goes as far as seven km! Hence, the nickname “Queen of Beaches.” Most of the tour operators are located here where you can book packages for the rest of your stay in Goa, no matter where you are going to be staying.

There is an uninterrupted stretch of hotels and guesthouses from Calangute all the way to Baga, all thanks to the years of tourism. Calangute village has all the necessary facilities that a tourist might need here like the post office, foreign exchange, banks, ATMs, travel agencies, and all sorts of medical facilities.

For shopping lovers, there are showrooms where you can buy exquisite Kashmiri, Tibetan, Indonesian and Rajasthani handicrafts. These showrooms are all lined up along the main street leading towards Anjuna. The beach may not exactly impress a lot of people because of the lack of coconut trees or any traditional activities around. The waves are quite high and strong which might be suitable for water sports.


Baga Beach: Compared to Calangute Beach, it is quieter and a little isolated. Lack of major tourist activities, a retreat house on the top of the hill and a small creek add to the unique beauty of Baga Beach. As one moves along the western coastline of Goa next to the Arabian Sea, starting from Fort Agauda going towards Sinquerim merging into Calangute, Baga Beach offers a nice little break for one to relax before moving on to Anjuna and finally ending at Chapora Fort while going through Vagator Beach.


Vagator beach, located 22 km from Panaji city, is worth every bit of your time. Located next to Anjuna, Vagator beach is quite secluded and offers one of the best trance parties and festivals around in the whole of North Goa. A crescent-shaped beach, overlooking Fort Chapora, Vagator beach is an ideal place for midnight party lovers. For those who don’t have a vehicle of their own, there are regular buses from Mapusa and Calangute Beach to Vagator.


Anjuna Beach is a favorite among hippies who come here to be part of rave beach parties with trance music. It is most crowded during the full moon when there is a wild and crazy atmosphere with tourist enjoying the luminous beach with loud waves creating an ambience with trance beats playing in the background. For those looking for a break over a weekend from their Yoga or Meditation or any other classes they are signed up for, Anjuna is your go-to place. Don’t forget to miss the Saturday night market, which is an interesting combination of shopping, food, music and dance. It can be easily accessed from Arambol or any other beach in the North Goa.

Arambol Beach:

Arambol beach in North Goa to experience lively, musical, hippie-kind of lifestyle among people from all over the world for whom Arambol is like a home away from home. The positive vibes, the simplicity, the kindness and the friendliness will make you fall in love with this place at the first sight.

In spite of growing popularity as a beach destination, Arambol still retains its simplicity and uncommercialised feel. The locals have insisted on not having any fancy resorts or classy hotels, thus allowing the local guesthouse owners to run their business smoothly and tension-free. That’s one the main factors that why this place is famous among backpackers and long stayers. Here you can find cheap accommodation and affordable restaurants, which will not make a huge hole in your budget, and you can spend as much time as you want doing your favorite activities; be it Yoga, Meditation, music and cooking classes or if you are seeking relaxed and peaceful time away from your busy schedule.

How To Reach Arambol:

1) By Air: The main airport called Dabolim Airport is located in Vasco De Gama. From the airport, there is a regular availability of taxis to Arambol. It is a 2-hour long drive and shouldn’t cost you more than Rs. 2000.

2) By Train: Margao and Pernem are the main train stations near Arambol. Depending on the train route, you can get off at either of the train stations mentioned above and from there, you can either take a local bus or a taxi to Arambol.

From Margao: Located around 70 km from Arambol, Margao train station has got both local buses and taxis to Arambol.

Bus Route:

  • Margao to Panjim – 1 hour
  • Panjim to Mapusa – 25 minutes
  • Mapusa to Arambol – 40 minutes

Total cost of the whole journey – 60-70 Rupees

The last bus to arrive at Arambol is at 6:30 pm. So plan your trip accordingly. Once you are in Arambol, the bus will drop you next to HDFC ATM. From there, it’s only a 15 minutes walk to the beach. That’s where all the guesthouses, restaurants and the local market are.

3) Taxi: From Margao train station, it’s a 2-hour drive to Arambol. A taxi should cost you around 2000 Rupees.

From Pernem: The best way to reach Arambol from Pernem is to get a taxi. It’s almost an hour-long drive and shouldn’t cost you more than 1000 Rupees. The availability of local buses is very irregular. You may check for yourself once you are there.

Best Way To Travel Around Near Arambol Beach North Goa:

Goa is best explored on a 2-wheel drive. Having said that, there are scooter and bike rental places everywhere. Either look around or ask the people at your guesthouse. Scooters cost somewhere between 150-200 for a day and bikes are between 500-1000 a day, depending on the season and the duration you rent the vehicle for. Usually, they give you a pretty good discount if you rent it for a longer period like a couple of weeks or so. And then you can always haggle. That’s the beauty of India. Police don’t hassle the tourists that often. But still, to be safe, drive carefully and always wear a helmet.

There are taxis everywhere. So, if you don’t know how to ride a bike then a) learn immediately! Or b) book a taxi at any time of day or night. Just be sure to haggle a little bit.

Places To Visit In Arambol Beach:

There isn’t much to see around Arambol as this place is more about relaxation, learning yoga and Meditation, enjoying cheap local food and enjoying the company of good people. But still, here are a couple of things you can do to make a nice day trip:

  • About Arambol Beach is one of the most energetic beaches on earth; full of interesting activities and lively atmosphere. As you walk along the beach, you will see people playing music, practicing yoga, swimming, laughing, enjoying sunsets, surfing, paragliding; or you can say, enjoying life, in general. There are numerous beach shacks to enjoy drinks and amazing food by the seaside. There are sunbeds to soak into the warmth from the sun, and you can get a massage while you are at it, if you fancy one, of course.
  • Sweet Water Lake is good for a swim and taking a little break from the beach life. You can rent beach chairs and enjoy local and international cuisine from any of the restaurants surrounding the lake. It’s a short walk from Arambol beach to this lake through a forest.
  • Along the stream next to the lake, there is a famous Banyan tree. A usual place for people to chill out and have a quiet time with some music and drinks from the restaurant shacks along the lake.

Things To Do In Arambol:

Arambol is not much of a party beach. It’s more about relaxed atmosphere and live music. But if you are into beach parties and trance music events, then you can easily go to Anjuna beach, which is merely a 40-minute drive from Arambol. At Arambol, you can join a surf club for surfing and paragliding. On weekends, you can go to the night market in Anjuna.

For people looking for yoga, meditation and other similar kinds of activities, there are flyers posted everywhere. These flyers are the best sources to know about all the parties, classes, music events and other activities happening in and around Arambol.


Best Time To Visit Arambol:

Mid-November to Mid-February is the best time to visit Arambol or Goa, in general. This is the time of year when it is dry, comfortable and pleasant.

What To Eat:

  • Goan food is famous all across the country. It maybe a little spicy for most of the International tourists but that’s where the true flavour lies in.
  • Fish-Curry with rice is another typical local food, which often goes along with some pickle and vegetables.
  • Russian and Israeli Food is available all around North Goa because of a significant number of tourists from Russia and Israel visiting Goa every year.

What To Drink:

Goa is famous for its drinking culture mainly because Goa has the cheapest alcohol rates in all over India. So, you can find beer and other alcoholic beverages at very nominal prices.There are also numerous coconut vendors all across Goa. So, don’t forget to try some fresh coconut water along with coconut cream when you are at the beach.

North Goa Beaches Around Arambol:

Mandarem Beach – A 15-minute walk from Arambol beach will take you to this surprisingly secluded and quiet beach. Mainly consisting of resorts and fancy restaurants, Mandarem beach is good to have a peaceful time and preferred mostly by families and couples.

Keri Beach – Located at around 30-minute drive from Arambol, Keri is still untouched by tourists. The waves are high yet suitable for swimming, and a handful of beach shacks are perfect to have a nice, quiet evening.

Ashwem Beach – One of the most scenic beaches of North Goa, Ashwem is crowded compared to Mandarem and Keri but not as crowded as Arambol. The river dividing this beach into two parts adds on to its beauty.


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