Goa's famous palm-fringed coastline, lapped by the warm waters of the Arabian Sea encloses a lush green fertile land full of paddy fields, coconut and cashew plantations and gently meandering rivers.

The tourist season in Goa begins in late September and carries on through early March. The weather in these months is usually dry and pleasantly cool. Then the weather gets really hot around May and by end of June, Goa receives the full blast of the Indian monsoon with sudden downpours and tropical thunderstorms.

Ashvem forms the coastline to the north of Siolim. It is a very beautiful and peaceful beach which very few people are aware of. It has about six local shacks selling food and drinks, and has little more than bamboo huts for tourist accommodation.

An idyllic picturesque spot. Located here is the official residence of the Governor of Goa and a historic cemetery which dates way back to the 19th centaury. Commands a fine view of the Zuari estuary and Mormugao Harbour. Water Scootering facilities is available here

Just west of Chaudi one of the most enchanting beaches in Goa and relatively deserted, with a backdrop of the Western Ghats, situated in Southern Taluka of Canacona.

Barely a couple of kilometers of cliff tops and parched grassland separate Anjuna from the southern fringes of its nearest neighbour, Vagator. A desultory collection of ramshackle farmhouses and picturesque old Portuguese bungalows scattered around a network of leafy lanes,
the village is entered at the east via a branch off the Mapusa Road.

Colva beach is the pride of Salcette and the only rival to Calangute by its scenic splendor. Here, sand, sea and sky blend in enchanting natural harmony unspoiled by men. Have good accommodation facilities, particularly at the tourist cottages.


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