Explore these hidden beaches of Goa
Goa is synonymous with beautiful beaches. Whether it’s a business or a pleasure trip, you are bound to visit at least one beach in Goa. The unimaginable beauty of Goa is the result of the impeccable amalgamation between Indian and Portuguese cultures. There are numerous beaches along this beautiful coastline, but only a few people know about Goa’s secret beaches. Let us see which beaches this alluring state is hiding.
1. Betalbatim Beach
Popularly known as the sunset beach of Goa, the Betalbatim beach is filled with clean sand and clear water. It is about 1 km long and offers incredible views of sunrise and sunset. In fact, the northern part of the beach is called sunset beach. This small beach is hidden between Colva Beach and Majorda Beach. One of the most sought-after attractions is dolphins. Ask the local fishermen to take you on a boat ride to see the dolphins.
2. Sinquerim Beach
The beach is situated north of the popular beaches of Goa including Calangute, Baga, and Candolim. The waters of Sinquerim are flawless for a refreshing swim with your family or friends, and you must not miss the spectacular water sports when holidaying here. This is the perfect place for swimming and one should not miss the view of the shoreline while visiting.
3. Vainguinim Beach
Looking for solitude? Vainguinim is the perfect beach to lounge and to drown in your thoughts. With its greenish, blue water and diverse marine life, this beach is one of the most beautiful beaches of Goa. The beach is lined with an array of trees which house one of the most beautiful birds.
4. Siridao Beach
A shell collector’s heaven, the Siridao beach is a hypnotic sight. This tiny beach is about 30 km from Panaji. Though this beach is easily reachable by car, yet it has quite a restricted tourist footfall which helps it maintain its immaculate beauty. This beach is known for its mysterious caves, which are proof of the diverse nature that this place has.
5. Galgibaga Beach
Galgibaga has an ideally serene shoreline, perfectly bordered by casuarinas that beautify the lilting ocean breeze. The beach is popular for being one of the tranquil nesting places of the olive ridley sea turtle. There are silvery sands, clear water and rows of coconut and pine trees. The olive ridley sea turtles love this beach. This shoreline has a town which has fisherfolk that lives in absolute peace, and interaction with them help you love the village life in Goa.
If you are a fan of beachside resorts, then Goa is the best place for you. One of the most sought-after resorts is The Leela Goa. It is known for its hospitality and luxurious services. The amenities and food at The Leela Goa give the authentic Goan feel. There are numerous beachside hotels with a great view if you search for them. So, the next time you crave some sand and saltwater, head out to Goa!
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