All the beaches in Goa, India

All the beaches of Goa by INDIVUE

The aim was to see all the beaches in Goa, India, and photograph them to blog them. It took altogether some 14 years, since I was actually living in Europe and there is some 100km of beaches in Goa only. But here they are now – all the beaches in Goa, from North to South.

The namelinks below each photo will lead you to the introductions of each beach. And if there is an existing travelguide for the beach in question, you will find it in the guidelink. –

All the beaches in Goa

Tiracol Fort
Tiracol Fort
Querim Beach, Goa, India
Querim Beach
Arambol Beach, Goa, India
Arambol Beach
Mandrem Beach, Goa, India
Mandrem Beach
Ashvem Beach, Goa, India
Ashvem Beach
Morjim Beach, Goa, India
Morjim Beach
Morjim Beach; view from Chapora Fort, Goa, India
Morjim Beach; view from Chapora Fort
Fort Chapora wall, Goa, India
Fort Chapora wall
Little Vagator Beach, Goa, India
Little Vagator Beach
Vagator Beach, Goa, India
Vagator Beach
Anjuna Beach, Goa, India
Anjuna Beach
Anjuna Flea Market Beach, Goa, India
Anjuna Flea Market Beach
Baga Beach, Goa, India
Baga Beach
Calangute Beach, Goa, India
Calangute Beach
Candolim Beach, Goa, India
Candolim Beach
Sinquerim Beach, Goa, India
Sinquerim Beach
Fort Aquada Beach, Goa, India
Fort Aquada Beach
Coco Beach, Goa, India
Coco Beach
Caranzalem Beach, Goa, India
Caranzalem Beach
Miramar Beach, Goa, India
Miramar Beach
Dona Paula Beach, Goa, India
Dona Paula Beach
Vainguinim Beach, Goa, India
Vainguinim Beach
Siridao Beach, Goa, India
Siridao Beach
Japanese Garden Beach, Goa, India
Japanese Garden Beach
Bogmalo Beach, Goa, India
Bogmalo Beach
Hollant Beach, Goa, India
Hollant Beach
Velsao Beach, Goa, India
Velsao Beach
Cansaulim Beach, Goa, India
Cansaulim Beach
Arossim Beach, Goa, India
Arossim Beach
Utorda Beach, Goa, India
Utorda Beach
Majorda Beach, Goa, India
Majorda Beach
Gonsua Beach, Goa, India
Gonsua Beach
Sunset Beach, Goa, India
Sunset Beach
Betalbatim Beach, Goa, India
Betalbatim Beach
Colva Beach, Goa, India
Colva Beach
Sernabatim Beach, Goa, India
Sernabatim Beach
Benaulim Beach, Goa, India
Benaulim Beach
Varca Beach, Goa, India
Varca Beach
Zalor Beach, Goa, India
Zalor Beach
Carmona Beach, Goa India
Carmona Beach
Cavelossim Beach, Goa, India
Cavelossim Beach
Mobor Beach, Goa, India
Mobor Beach
Betul Beach, Goa, India
Betul Beach
Cabo de Rama Beach, Goa, India
Cabo de Rama Beach
View from Cabo de Rama Fort, Goa, India
View from Cabo de Rama Fort
Cola Beach, Goa, India
Cola Beach
Agonda Beach, Goa, India
Agonda Beach
Palolem Beach, Goa, India
Palolem Beach
Patnem and Colomb Beach, Goa, India
Patnem and Colomb Beach
Patnem Beach, Goa, India
Patnem Beach
Raj Bagh Beach, Goa, India
Raj Bagh Beach
Talpona Beach, Goa, India
Talpona Beach
Galgibaga Beach, Goa, India
Galgibaga Beach
  • Polem Beach

The beaches were photographed during 2006-2019 by INDIVUE.

Find this article about Goa beaches in Finnish here

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Swimming in Goa with iPhoneXS

How to swim in the sea in Goa

Did you know that nowadays it is possible to swim with a phone since waterproof smartphones with cameras are the new reality?

Here’s some fresh scenes shot in Goa beach and sea in January 2019. You can hear the waves coming on all over while the sun is setting.

Videos by Indivue, sounds by the sea.

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This article is part of the Indivue’s Travel Opus to Goa.

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5 reasons to visit Old Goa

Park in Old Goa

Old Goa is a historically significant area in-between North Goa and South Goa, little bit towards inland from the capital of Goa, Panjim. Several Christian worship places are located in there, and because of them Old Goa is a World Heritage site.

Here’s five reasons why you should visit Old Goa –

1.Basilica of Bom Jesus, located in Old Goa, is the most spectacular Christian building in Goa, India. There is a lot to see in the walls and aisles of Basilica of Bom Jesus for people interested in church art. Inside the building there is also a beautiful garden.

2. Basilica of Bom Jesus keeps the grave of St. Francis Xavier and through the glass cover you can see the remains of his body and pay respect. St. Francis Xavier was a Roman Catholic missionary whose 500th birthday was celebrated in 2006, from the time of which these photographs are also from.

3. Old Goa in India is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

4. The nature and trees in Old Goa are beautiful. You can also see lot of Portuguese-style architecture and one Mahatma Gandhi statue there.

5. There’s also few other Christian churches for a cultured person to see, such as the Church of St. Francis of Assisi.

You can read this article in Finnish here: Viisi syytä vierailla Vanhassa Goassa

Find more inspiring places to go from Indivue’s Travel Opus to Goa!

Basilica of Bom Jesus, Old Goa
Basilica of Bom Jesus, Old Goa

Wall decoration in Basilica of Bom Jesus
Wall decoration in Basilica of Bom Jesus

The grave of St. Francis Xavier in Basilica of Bom Jesus
The grave of St. Francis Xavier in Basilica of Bom Jesus

St. Francis Xavier 500-year-birthday in 2006
St. Francis Xavier 500-year-birthday in 2006

Park in Old Goa
Park in Old Goa

Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Old Goa
Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Old Goa

Gandhistatue in Old Goa
Gandhi statue in Old Goa

Travel and music videos inspired by Goa, India

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Indivues YouTube channel has been updated and first will be published the video updates for Goa –

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These videos are also part of Indivues Travel Opus to Goa, which has been made for 13 years already in Finnish as well as in English – Find it in the link, read and share to your friend!

 

Sahakari Spice Farm in South Goa (video)

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The charm of Goa is very much based on its beautiful nature.

Unfortunately roaming around in Indian forests is not safe for a blogging photographer, but luckily they have developed a solution in India for that, which is those tourist friendly spice plantations. In Goa there are several spice plantations, and I went to visit Sahakari Spice Farm in South Goa four years back –

Sahakari Spice Farm is located in Ponda in South of Goa, far from the traditional Goan tourist attractions. You can get there the best and safest by an A/C-taxi, although it is a very expensive way to travel in Goa.

In Sahakari Spice Farm you can see growing, among others, green nature, flowers, pineapples, cashew nuts, pepper corns and other spices , coconuts and bananas in a tree – you can see those in this video attached as well. Bananas and pineapples growing are indeed a very exotic thing to see for a North European traveler, believe it or not. In addition you might also get to see an elephant and buy organic spices for yourself!

If you are wondering what on earth they are pouring with a ladle to a small childs neck in this video, I must reveal that it is water, which cools you nicely when it runs down your back, as the weather in Goa is otherwise tropically sweaty and hot even in February.

Under coconut palm tree in Goa
Under coconut palm tree in Goa

Coconut palms do grow everywhere in Goa, but in spice plantation you can see them without hotels and houses.

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Sahakari Spice Farm and the elephant in a do-it-yourself-shower

Elephants are another luxury you don’t get to see every time you visit India.

Here in this video you can see an elephant taking a do-it-yourself-shower in Sahakari Spice Farm!

 

The roads in Sahakari Spice farm were well maintained in 2014. They had even made good stairs in the jungle!

 

Path and stairs in the Sahakari Spice Farm
Path and stairs in the Sahakari Spice Farm

 

Check also the story about the restaurant in Sahakari Spice Farm

You can read this article in Finnish at Sahakarin mausteviljelmä Goassa

 

This article is part of Indivues Travel Opus to Goa which tells more about Goa for a tourist. Check it out!

An Indian lunch as far as the peppercorn grows!

Peppercorns growing in Goa, India

If you wish to have an Indian lunch as far as the peppercorn grows, then I would recommend Sahakari Spicefarm in Goa, India.

Sahakari Spicefarm is located in Ponda in South-Goa and it is very suitable a sight for a traveller, who wants to get to know Indian nature and Indian plants and spices. Though it is a little bit difficult to reach, and easiest by a taxi. –

Sahakari Spice Farm Restaurant In Ponda taluka, Goa, India
Sahakari Spice Farm restaurant In Ponda taluka, Goa, India

The Sahakari Spicefarm restaurant was located in the middle of the forest, nearby the entrance of the Spicefarm.

Goan lunch: rice and dal and pao-bread
Goan lunch: rice and dal and pao-bread

Back in 2014 the lunch in Sahakari Spicefarm restaurant consisted of rice, lentil sauce and chickpea dal, and the roti was replaced by the traditional Goan pao-bread, baked with wheat and yeast. After the lunch there was also this red ayurvedic types of drink, usually served with Indian thali, and consumed after eating. It is supposed to ease the digestion.

Sahakari SpiceFarm restaurant under the palm trees in South Goa, India
Sahakari Spice Farm restaurant under the palm trees in South Goa, India

Food in the Sahakari Spicefarm restaurant was tasting fine. There were a few fans in the restaurant cooling the customers during the hot tropical days of February. Overall I would give four stars out of five for this restaurant, since the surroundings were so tropically charming.

You can listen here how the birds sing in Goa.

This article is part of my work Travel Opus to Goa, which has been written since 2005, both in Finnish and in English.

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Peppercorns growing in Goa, India
Peppercorns growing in Sahakari Spice Farm in Goa, India

 

Find this article about Sahakari Spicefarm restaurant in Finnish here.

Check also related article Indian spices in Finnish and in English and more restaurant reviews from the past twelve years in Finnish here!

And for the grand finale, find the showering elephant in Sahakari Spice Farm in this video attached:

Pigeons in India (video)

Today’s video is about pigeons in India and what happens in the backyard of a Goan guesthouse, where nobody was suppose to be watching –

 

 

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Indian birds in Goa
Two Goan pigeons in love

 

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Travel Opus to Goa

Travel Opus to Goa

Travel Opus to Goa

Travel Opus to Goa will guide you to the beaches and sights in Goa, India, together with unique images, videos and travel experiences of an artistic European travelblogger.

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Cavelossim Beach (video)

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Today’s short video comes from Cavelossim Beach, which is a very popular beach with rich tourists in South Goa, India, because of the expensive hotels around it.

In 2013 Tripadvisor chose Cavelossim Beach to be 7th best beach in Asia.

 

 

Find travel related information about Cavelossim Beach in Goa here 

and information about Cavelossim in general here.

 

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Cavelossim Beach in South Goa, India. Colva Beach far in the horizon.

 

In this link you will find all the other beaches of GoaBrought to you by Indivue.

 

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Cavelossim Beach, Goa. Canaguinim Beach behind the hills in the horizon.

 

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