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Benaulim Beach

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Explore The Mysterious Village Of Benaulim, Goa - A Guided Tour on E-Bike
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Explore The Mysterious Village Of Benaulim, Goa - A Guided Tour on E-Bike

Goa is one of the best places to be and if here and you want to explore places on wheels this is a must-book tour. Goa has many beaches and is visited by millions of people. With excellent seafood and great nightlife, one of the best things to explore here is a scenic beauty.<br><br>Benaulim is the birthplace of St. Joseph Vaz who was a priest and missionary in Sri Lanka. The neighbor of Colva village from the north, Margao in the northeast and Varca village from the south, the village is one of the best places to be visited on an electrical bike.<br><br>That is not it, we will be taking complete care of your needs and you will be having a Captain who will help you with all the chores. Also, there are safety-gears to protect yourself from injuries, in case. In between, we have also arranged some refreshments for you so that exhaustion never strikes you. This beautiful city is ready to take your heart away.<br><br>Tour timings:<br>8:00 am - 11:00 am,and<br>4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
$43.49 per adult
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premraji wrote a review Oct 11
Bagalkot, India84 contributions38 helpful votes
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This is the first time we were staying this side of goa always we prefer baga side . It's a flat beach , so very much safe to go inside the beach even the water is very clean .
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Juliet S wrote a review Jul 2020
Peterborough, United Kingdom235 contributions73 helpful votes
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We arrived in Benaulim in March, pre lockdown and are still here in July 2020. In March, several beach shacks were open, we were pleasantly surprised by the free beachbeds and towels, and the excellent food and drink services offered by polite staff in the shacks. The beach itself was clean, gently shelving and the water was warm and clean. The only negative side still is, and was, the stray dogs. Far too many. Dog poo on the beach. Dogs fighting. Dogs begging for food at every shack. Once the season ends end of May, the shacks close and the dogs roam. The monsoon weather in June brings in an annual wash of oil, a result of tankers dumping the waste at sea and the tide pushing it up onto the beach. The high tides wash away the gentle sandy slopes and built up shack "patio" areas making it look so different during monsoon season. Debris is washed up regularly, washed away on the next tide, yet to see the beach being cleaned.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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androrphin wrote a review Mar 2020
Basingstoke, United Kingdom45 contributions35 helpful votes
This section of the beach has a large number of shacks, some watersports and local fishermen. As usual the beach is huge, sandy, gently shelving with a large tidal range. It is livelier than Sernabatim Beach (15 minute walk away) but not as boisterous as Colva Beach (35 minute walk), at least when we there in early March. There are probably enough shacks to last at least a fortnight were you to visit a different one eacy time. There are always lifeguards on patrol as the currents can get quite strong. In fact there is a lifeguard station there and we saw some recruits being trained (think Baywatch). As mentioned the local fishermen use this beach a lot and there are several fishing boats around. It's interesting watching them beach their boats and sell their catch directly on the beach.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Nishant B wrote a review Mar 2020
Baloda Bazar District, India45 contributions1 helpful vote
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Head for this beach to get away from north GOA hustle-bustle. The main beach is approachable via the Benaulim town. I shall suggest to visit an even more relaxing part of the beach which is close to Taj exotica hotel, Benaulim and can be accessed by a road besides the hotel. This part of the beach has few decent shacks (Joecons beach shack has amazing food!), fine sand and a flat beach. This experience shouldn’t be missed .. !! Happy travelling
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Huzefa Handy wrote a review Mar 2020
Pune, India28 contributions1 helpful vote
I was simply amazed at the beaches this part of India has to offer, I mean specially the cleanliness....rather I should say, it's like visiting a inhabited beach, far away from human dwellings.... kudos to the Goan locals & the tourists that have being able to maintain year after years.....good white sand, lovely clean water....nice facilities, water sports, food shacks, lovely Goan seafood
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Date of experience: March 2020
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