Compared to Morjim and Ashwem, Mandrem is the most captivating beach and offers the best option to spend the night. However, during high tide, access to the beach is difficult. So, hoteliers around the area have constructed a makeshift bamboo bridge to reach the beach.
32km away from Panaji, you can take a taxi or a auto. From Mapusa, you can take the hourly auto service. You can also take a taxi from the Pernem Railway Station, which is 20km away.
You can ask local fishermen to take you for a trip up the creek. You can also take a walk down to Mandrem village or to Suhas Parsekar's organic farm. Other options available are yoga and massages. You can also go for dolphin-spotting trips. Many hotels and holiday resorts hire out motorcycles and cars and also arrange trips for dolphin spotting.
The ambience is just correct at the beach and so is the food. The Tandoori food and seafood are definitely worth a try.
Candolim is an important beach in North Goa, located between the Baga-Calangute stretch and the Aguada Fort.
Baga beach is one of Goa’s most popular beaches. It is between the Baga River in the north, and Calangute beach in the south.
Benaulim is a lovely beach. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Parasuram's arrow landed at Benaulim when he shot it into the sea and Goa got extended further into the sea.
The Arambol beach is just a walking distance from the Keri beach. The Portuguese interpretation of the name of the village "Hamal" gave Arambol its present name.
Anjuna is a village located on the coast of North Goa, India. It is a Census Town, one of the. Anjuna is famous for its trance parties held on the beach during the tourist season (October - April).
This is termed as the most "Rocking/Happening Beach" of the entire Goa. Set amidst the lush green baga - anjuna hill, the beach is a delight.