Arambol is a charming little fishing village situated at a distance of just 50 km from the capital of Goa, Panaji. With a population of just a few hundred people, mostly fishermen, Arambol is the ideal getaway for those who crave for a tÍte-ŗ-tÍte with nature away from the bustle of the big cities.
If you are looking to have a first hand experience of the local life while being in the lap of peace and tranquility then search no more than Arambol. With one of the most charming beaches in the region and plenty of staying options, Arambol is often the first choice of visitors who flock here from all corners of the globe.
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How to reach Arambol
Buses ply between Arambolís small bus stand on the main road and Panaji every 30 minutes. Buses are also available to and from Chopdem, which take around 40 minutes for the 12 km journey.
Boats that are available every Wednesday are a good option to reach Anjuna from Arambol. Tickets for the ninety minute journey can be bought from Welcome Restaurant near the beach and should be booked in advance.
Motorcycles and taxis can be hired easily for local travel.
Staying options at Arambol
Though there are no luxury hotels or beach resorts in Arambol, staying at one of the guesthouses or scattered around huts can be a real experience. Alternatively, you can also opt to rent accommodation at one of the nearby cities.
Attractions at Arambol
Situated close to the main beach, the hot spring feeds into a lake. The silt produced is believed to be capable of curing chronic illnesses.
A number of shops throughout the place sell traditional clothes, jewellery and other things from the state.
For the foodie:
There are a few snack shacks as well as cafes that serve delectable cuisine from Goa and other parts of the globe.