Arambol Beach, Goa

Arambol is one of the northern most recesses of the Goa County. This tinsel beach town is located on the border of the Goa & Maharashtra states. This is quite a small yet popular town. This popular beach has seen its beginning during the middle of the 20th century when this place got populated by the hippies. The culture and way of life of this town is much fused. Some parts belong to indigenous culture of Goa and the rest is influenced by the Europeans.

The Arambol is also known Harmal in local dialect and the town hosts one of the developed beaches of the state. The unique feature of this Arambol beach is the disproportionate mixing of black rocks and white fine sands in the cradle of coconut grove against the backdrop of a sunny horizon. The long and undented shore line of the Arambol beach makes it one of the most enjoyable and activity prone beaches in the country. The wider and greener beach washed by the deep blue waters of the Arabian Sea is a great place to enjoy the lavishness of Mother Nature. The hilly pattern of the surroundings along with the bohemian lifestyle of the region brings forth a large number of visitors per year.

There is more to the Arambol beach tours than it meets the eye. Aside from swimming and various water activities, there are also travel options like hiking and wildlife exploring available in this place. People enjoy fooding & partying on the beach, play ball and paragliding. There are also various sightseeing spots near the Arambol beach. The Banyan Tree, Kalacha Beach and Paliem Lakes are quite popular among the tourists. The budget friendly hotels and villas of this place make it an ideal retreat zone. The beach is very easily reached from Panaji and the nearest railway station is Pernem.

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