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A Monsoon Visit To Kesarval Spring

When in Goa, we usually end up visiting beaches or forts. One offbeat place to visit in Goa apart... read more

Reviewed October 15, 2017
SaileeP2
Great feel Spring..

The spring at Kesarval is located 22 kms away from Panajim. The spot can be reached soon after... read more

Reviewed December 7, 2016
Sajeed K
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Mar 3, 2018
“A greta natural retreat!”
Oct 15, 2017
“A Monsoon Visit To Kesarval Spring”
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Near Verna Plateau, Panjim, India
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Reviewed March 3, 2018

Anyone who loves the nature and its amazing features should see and visit this place at least once in their lifetime. Gushing, pure spring water can rejuvenate your life and promote a sense of well-being.

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Reviewed October 15, 2017

When in Goa, we usually end up visiting beaches or forts. One offbeat place to visit in Goa apart from it’s beaches is Kesarval spring, a small spring-waterfall in Goa, prominent in the monsoons. The spring is popular amongst the locals for it’s medicinal properties....More

1  Thank SaileeP2
Reviewed December 7, 2016

The spring at Kesarval is located 22 kms away from Panajim. The spot can be reached soon after crossing the bridge on the Zuari river. A good attraction in Panajim

2  Thank Sajeed K
Reviewed September 15, 2016

A simple single stream of water after descending a stairwell is not something one expects. This place maybe OK for visiting in rains but certainly doesn't make a very good case

Thank ameyab88
Reviewed August 2, 2016

this spring looks beatific, especially during the monsoon with torrential water flows. not much trekking needed to get there. Its just a tad inside from the highway. the spring also has water gushing out from small channels from the earth. the sand has a different...More

1  Thank ShawnS2427
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