A pocket size state of India, known for it’s beautiful beaches, is tightly packed for all 12 months of the year. The crowd is ever increasing here and it is almost to impossible to find your own patch of sand. Goa is certainly a best beach holiday treat where you can live the dream of castaway.
Get rid from the city life and enter the quite Colva area; from there stroll up north to the tiny villages of Majorda and Betelbatim. Here the top notch resorts have actually tried helping of the development of the bay. This place is full of sea birds wheeling around the sand dunes, swimmers dunking into the sea and coastal lunch homes to toss in some amazing sea foods or cocktails or just a sugar cup of tea.
Past Benaulim and Cavelossim you are most certain to discover the sandy dust stretching south right to the mouth of River Sal at Mobor. This is the most picture perfect spot of Goa. More to the south is Mobor. It is up to the soothing Sal River. From here you are likely to get a ferry that will lead to solitude of Agonda beach. This place is not good for surfing as the tides are very harsh but very good for a long sunset walk down the beach. This is the most romantic place in all of Goa.
For a quiet and laid back time, the Patnem beach is a good visit. Visit the Galgibag beach which is famous for watching the sea eagles, dolphins and the endangered Olive Ridley turtles. A beach lovers dream full of golden sands and some gentle surfing, Poelm beach is a worth visit. Here you are expected to witness the green emerald paddy fields. And in the midst of the fields you will see the colourful farmers clothing and some wandering ox and cows. There are no high class resorts here but a good accommodation to make for the night.