Comparatively, tourists visit less in number here so it is quieter compared to other beaches. The Morjim beach is also known for the conservation of endangered Olive ridley sea turtles. Many foreign tourists live here. Russians are found here large in numbers. Hence it is also known as “Little Russia.” The sea beach is flat, fordable and shallow which makes it comfortable for swimming. One can also enjoy sky surfing here. Some small shacks and night clubs are built here for visitors. Weather of this place is pleasant between November through February rather than summer. In the summer the climate becomes hot and humid. During the monsoon months, shacks are being closed.