Beach Goa Tour Goa, India
BEACH GOA, India - Mythology says that Goa was
the celestial play ground of the voluptuous gods. While
say Goan hills on the eastern side succumbed to the effect of
erosion and fractured, while those on the western side stayed
more or less stable. Between myth and science stands a glorious
reality - 42 pollution free beaches.
Most of them are not safe for swimming and bathing
they are very alluring for any sea loving person. Towards the
north of Panaji are the most famous and popular beaches in Goa.
These are Calangute and beach segment in the Bardeshi subdivision.
In the Pernem subdivision are the delightfully primitive and
untouched beaches of Keri, Anjuna, Arambol, Mandrem and Morji.
Bardesh also treasures Chapora, Baga, Candolim, Bogmalo and Sinquerin
beaches. One of the few rocky beaches in Goa, Quegdevelim is
a shell collector's paradise. Little beaches of Tiswadi subdivision
are both tranquil and well connected. In close proximity to
the Mormugao harbor are the beaches of Caranzalem, Marvel, Dona
Paula, Benaulim and Siridao. Dona Paula gives an excellent view
of the Zuari estuary.
Beach Goa, India:
A lovely beach close to the capital Panaji is being developed.
This beach has golden sands to attract the sea loving people.
Sooner or later the coastal stretch between Goa and Mumbai is
going to be the scene of much treasure hunting. At least 200 ships
wrecked on the coast in the last two centuries alone. Though the
voyage list of most of the ships are mysteriously laconic about
the cargo on board, it is known that at least six ships carried
treasure consisting of the noble metals - the old terminology
called silver and gold - and possibly gems and stones. The 200
ships must be worth a fortune in terms of sunken cash chests alone.