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Private Secret Beach Resort in Goa

We found a secret spot in Goa. India’s pretty darn populated, so that’s saying something. Described online as a freshwater lagoon sitting just meters from the ocean, scattered with palm trees, and small tents to sleep in, your very own private secret beach resort in Goa.

secret beach goa

secret beach goa

I guess it isn’t that secret since I found it on Google… but most Indians I talk with haven’t heard of it- even Goans. I’m caught in my first ethical blogging dilemma (is that even a thing?) Do I tell my readers of this amazing place, so that they too can enjoy it’s peaceful solitude, OR do I keep it to myself so I can selfishly relish in its beauty alone.

The owner wants it kept on the quiet and does minimum publicity. His marketing mantra is less is more, private, and a little VIP, which in turn keeps the tariff good for everyone.

Update May 2015: This post is over two years old now. Because of that and that many emails I get per week, I am going to list the information on here. which you can google: Dwarka Resort at Cola Beach, Goa. Please use this link to book. I have been back since writing this and it’s still a peaceful quiet place.

PS: Coming to Goa? I wrote a 170-page e-book, Insider’s Guide to Goa. After five years of living in Goa, I am confident this book is the most comprehensive, up-to-date guide to Goa it has all my secrets inside. Click here to buy it now. 

secret beach goa

secret beach goa

Secret Beach Resort in Goa

Sometimes north Goa gets a little too crowded.

Great for business, bad for peace of mind. Ben and I decided we should get away for a little bit and after learning of “the place” we packed up and headed south. The guesthouse manager told us we couldn’t navigate the place on our own, so they sent a boy to meet us. Just to brag, I drove all the way there. Over two hours, through major towns, and only stalled twice. Check my Driving in India post for more tips on that.

secret beach goa

secret beach goa

The scenery on the way was nothing like we were used to in India. It reminded me of Uganda. I half-expected to see a lion chilling under one of the trees. The dirt/rock road to the guesthouse was pretty treacherous (we’d find out just how much so on the way out, when we get a flat tire).  The initial views of the place were jaw dropping.

secret beach goa

secret beach goa

The website wasn’t lying. The lagoon was gorgeous (no crocodiles!) but many reports of snakes. Our resort was exclusive, I think only one other tent had a couple staying there. On the other side of the lagoon, for half the price were other tents and cabins with mostly Russian guests. Even so, I’ve never seen a beach more deserted in Goa, other than during monsoon. It was like we’d found a new world.

secret beach goa

secret beach goa

The resort can be all-inclusive if you want, except beverages. The food is basic Indian, and the booze is overpriced. The room was initially offered at 6,500 rs including food. I offered 3,000 rs but we get our own food. They happily agreed. Later, they assured me the nigh time BBQ on the beach would leave me happily ever after, so we settled at 5,500 rs with food included. In hindsight, it would have been cheaper to get food at the restaurant next door. So when you book online, choose the option for cottage (not the one that says cottage with food).

Update: keep in mind this article is two years old and prices most certainly have increased.

To book at this resort, Dwarka: use this link to book.

secret beach goa

secret beach goa

secret beach goa


The beach itself is very small. There are three resorts in total. One of which has a restaurant with Wi-Fi. Our place did not have Wi-Fi, and since Ben and I both work online, after one day we sadly had to check out. There was no A/C or hot water, so make sure to shower early in the day when the well is still hot! The basic amenities are typical for beach huts in India; it’s actually the norm. It cools down at night so A/C isn’t necessary at all.

secret beach goa

secret beach goa

Our hut was quite nice, with direct window views to the ocean, and the front door opens up to the lagoon. The staff were very on top of things, as they hardly had any guests. We felt very well taken care off. But don’t hold out for room service, it isn’t allowed because the crumbs draw in too many bugs; it’s the same at most eco-resorts. Considering the closeness of freshwater, surprisingly we didn’t have mosquito problems. Thank god, because there was no net above the bed.

secret beach goa

secret beach goa

secret beach goa

Dinner was set up with individual tables on the beach; I suppose it was meant to be romantic. We were too cold to think about that.  The food was mediocre. Tandoori chicken, cold veg/pasta salad, potatoes, and egg fried rice. They gave very generous portions and came around constantly trying to give us more. No desert was offered. Good thing I don’t go on road trips without snacks.

secret beach goa

secret beach goa

secret beach goa

Things to do: Almost nothing. But that’s the point.

It’s an escape. We both read (I am reading Tina Fey’s “Bossypants”) and I worked on editing photos. A known area for dolphins, they do offer dolphin boat tours at 8:30 in the morning for 450 rs. Do people actually get up that early on vacation, or ever!? They informed us of the tour option once and didn’t pester us again about it, an unusual happening in Goa. The beach has private lifeguards and kayaks you can take into the lagoon or sea at 300 rs per kayak per hour.

 secret beach goa

secret beach goa

Falling asleep to the sound of the beach and waking up to the sights of the lagoon alone were worth the visit. The landscape was killer and the waves were huge! Plenty of time was spent body surfing before sunset.

secret beach goa

Worst of the resort:

The road was quite bad. We got a flat tire leaving. The food combo we negotiated over the phone wasn’t the best deal. There was no WiFi or cell phone reception.

secret beach goa

Best of the resort:

seclusion, quiet, and; a soft wonderful mattress like-a-cloud

secret beach goa

Trust me, you want to spend a weekend here, but you might go crazy if you spend a week at this secret beach resort in Goa.

The booking links are affiliate links so I receive a small commission at no cost to you. I’d really appreciate if you use it! Thanks!




About the Author:

Rachel Jones left a career in nursing and lived on the beaches of Goa, India for the five years. Now she lives in Mexico where she gives advice on the 40+ countries she’s visited in the last 10 years. She’s the author of two India travel e-books: Guide to India and Insider’s Guide to Goa. Her blog, Werkenntwen, like its name, is a contradiction combining off-beat adventurous places with glamorous and bespoke travel. Werkenntwen has been featured in ELLE, Marie Claire, Grazia, and Cosmopolitan magazines. She’s a writer for Bravo TV.


  1. Jeff November 20, 2013 at 2:01 pm - Reply

    Judging by your beautiful pictures seems you guys had fun. This is a place they don’t get enough guests so they will try to rip you off if they get that opportunity.

    • Rachel November 20, 2013 at 3:10 pm - Reply

      definitely! we agreed to the food because it was described as this awesome BBQ, which it wasn’t. I would still go back, but I’ll just keep in mind they agreed to over 50% lower of a rate than initially offered, and not get the food!

      • Ashish July 17, 2014 at 10:39 am - Reply

        Hi Rachel,

        The above place is awesome. Since we are an Journey Agent in Mumbai we don’t know about this secret place. Will you please share the name of property in Goa and further where it is exactly located. Because we our self got fed up of selling same place and visiting those. we need a change at least for our self.


  2. Casey @ A Cruising Couple November 21, 2013 at 3:10 am - Reply

    sounds lovely. i spent two months in india, but only in new delhi. i’m really hoping to get back to experience more, hopefully sooner rather than later :)

    • Rachel November 21, 2013 at 4:54 am - Reply

      there is so much to see! I’ve been here a year and don’t think i’ve seen half of what I want to! you should come back!

  3. Shaun November 21, 2013 at 2:09 pm - Reply

    Pretty great write up. These places are harder and harder to find. The lagoon looks really nice and the beach looks like something straight out of a movie. Nice to know what prices you negotiated and that they agreed to it.

    p.s. The header looks pimp! :)

    • Rachel November 21, 2013 at 3:09 pm - Reply

      The lagoon was great, except really really cold so i’m thinking it might be coming from a waterfall- they have a lot of huge ones in goa! but who knows i’m crap with nature things like that. thanks about the header!

  4. Erin November 21, 2013 at 8:30 pm - Reply

    gorgeous!!! looks like the perfect getaway for a couple. and good on you for driving the whole way! are you loving Bossy Pants? I laughed out loud MULTIPLE times. she’s hysterical!!

    • Rachel November 22, 2013 at 5:17 am - Reply

      Oh my god, it’s the funniest book!! I laughed out loud a lot as well. Today I’m starting Mindy Kaling’s “is everyone hanging out without me?” I need funny books to keep me sane.

  5. Andy Bland November 26, 2013 at 11:07 am - Reply

    Wow. A mini paradise right there. Wish there’s a place like that in here too.

  6. christine December 6, 2013 at 12:34 pm - Reply

    I really would like to know where is tjid lovely spot??

  7. Steve December 11, 2013 at 8:20 am - Reply

    wow i’ve never heard of this place either, but considering that it’s quite expensive and the food is a rip-off i’m sure not i’d want to go there on a budget… but that being said, it looks like a perfect place to get away from the crowds at baga and anjuna

    • Rachel December 11, 2013 at 11:24 am - Reply

      yeah, for sure! it’s a nice break, planning to go back at christmas and just eat at the nearby restaurant!

  8. Rahul Dey March 17, 2014 at 1:50 am - Reply

    Dear Rachel

    A bit about me first.We are a couple working in Bangalore , very tired of our mundane IT jobs .We seek out every opportunity we get to spend some time in goa.since last one year we have been reputedly visiting Agonda and have fallen completely in love with the beach there .We basically do nothing and just lounge around , sitting by the sea.

    Seeing you pictures ,one place come right to my mind ,which is actually near to the beach where we have spend many weekends this season.Not naming the place as it would make it pretty obvious then. In another month we would be again ready to take a shot vacation of 3-4 days and our agenda is pretty much the same.A place which isnt crowded , where people mind their own business and where we get to just unwind and relax.I would request you to share the location of this place through email and I can assure you that it would stay and unspoilt paradise as u expect it to be .

    • Rachel Jones March 18, 2014 at 2:11 am - Reply

      I’ve sent you an e-mail with the information.

      • Jude March 31, 2015 at 9:06 am - Reply

        Which place is this?? Nice write up and pic :)

      • Manimaaran August 3, 2016 at 6:17 pm - Reply

        Very nice..and felt like moving to the place which you have mentioned. Could u pls share the place with me?…
        My mail id is [email protected]

  9. emma March 27, 2014 at 9:41 am - Reply

    Help please i’m so in love with ur post, currently in goa with my mum staying in a hideaway hotel in betul,South south goa, however having spent two days here i’m disappointed by the British and Russian influences, i am not to fond of cornetto icecreams and angry Russians smacking the stray dogs on over crowded cavolusium beach!! Please recommend a more spiritual goa, a bit more island life -here for another five days any help would be massively appreciated!!

    • Rachel Jones March 28, 2014 at 4:39 am - Reply

      Hi Emma! Hate to hear that about the dogs; I get so emotional when I see people hurting them. If I were you I would head up to North Goa and stay in Anjuna. It’s touristy of course, but it’s a “hippie” area- not like baga, calangute, or candolim which you should stay away from. Think Anjuna or Vagator. That’s where I live and I love it here!

  10. Clothes and Creativity April 8, 2014 at 3:03 am - Reply

    Hi Rachel,

    Could you send me an email with the name of the resort/beach? I’ve been to Goa on New Yrs once and the beach we stayed at, well, it was like a mini private beach, with no one in sight and surprisingly clean. And we stayed at this bungalow (homestay) which literally opened up to the beach. Although, to be honest, it was a little eery at night, I wouldn’t mind spending my day just being a beach bum there.


  11. M Rao April 15, 2014 at 7:45 am - Reply

    hi rachel,
    Ive been visiting goa for the past 4 years and been to places all aound.
    I see youve stumbled upon something really nice. My girl and I are visiting from 19th to 22nd April, and would love to check this place out.
    If you would be kind enough to let us in on this secret hideaways, I would be much obliged.

  12. Dipanker Sharma April 22, 2014 at 12:25 pm - Reply

    Hey Rachel
    im currently in goa and staying at a resort close to morjim. im here for another 3days . went thru your pictures. the place looks so calm and peaceful. im traveling alone and this something really close to what i need.
    could you please email me the location of this place.
    thank you

  13. Des May 3, 2014 at 7:11 am - Reply

    Hi Rachel! I love your blog & you have great karma too. Your comment about the stray dogs really resonates with me – I am an animal lover too and I too, like you get so emotional when I see people being mean to the stray dogs. All they want is a little love and a little food to survive. I wish there were more good hearted people in this world that would help them. I hope the expats in Goa (and visitors) will do more to help the strays.

    PS> Thanks again for your awesome blog and great info! :)

    • Rachel Jones May 3, 2014 at 9:51 am - Reply

      Thank you Des, you are so sweet. There is a great place called International Animal Rescue in Goa who do so much for the animals- but you just can’t save them all. It’s heartbreaking. I’ve adopted 2, but only one survived as they were sick when we got them.

  14. Des May 7, 2014 at 11:45 am - Reply

    Hi Rachael, thanks so much for letting me know. I’m really happy to hear that at least there is an Animal Rescue in Goa. I’ll definitely go there to make a donation when I visit Goa again. It’s great that you adopted ~ I’m so sorry to hear that the other 1 did not make it. You’re a good person & I hope to meet you when I visit Goa in November! Take Care :)

  15. Anil May 8, 2014 at 5:37 am - Reply

    Hi Rachel,

    Could you send me an email with the name of the resort/beach? I am regular visitor to Goa. I make sure tat i visit Goa once in 3 months.

  16. karan May 14, 2014 at 4:01 am - Reply

    Hi rachel
    I am going to goa in october with my friends for my bachelors and I found this place awsome and would appreciate if u share the l9cation with me

  17. Hitesh Bansal May 25, 2014 at 3:09 am - Reply

    just moved to goa, this place coud be my weekend place only if i thank u for mailing me the details. Thank you

  18. zankar May 25, 2014 at 11:19 am - Reply

    Rachel i am talking about this place :) would you mail me details of this place please ?? :)

  19. Rita June 5, 2014 at 12:31 pm - Reply

    Could you tell me the name of this spot? =) looks amazing.. i’m going 3 monts in September to Sri Lanka and India. (I’m thinking of doing 20 days more or less in Sri Lanka and the rest in India, from South to North! )
    I’m waiting for your answer ! =)
    Good Journeys =)

  20. hannan July 5, 2014 at 4:03 am - Reply

    hello rachel m gonna visit goa next month can u let me knw where this place is??

  21. Ravi July 7, 2014 at 2:28 am - Reply

    Hi Rachel,

    Hope you doing good. Amazing post and I really liked it, seems you have discovered alot. Could you please help me sharing the details of the places.


  22. Thukaram Rao August 31, 2014 at 12:23 pm - Reply

    wish to visit with my family during oct 2014, this place is awesome, requesting for details for stay.

  23. Akhil September 1, 2014 at 12:00 am - Reply

    I really liked your blog and i can assure you that u r ethically correct to not reveal the name of the place. Goa is such a beautiful place that one wants to visit it again and again, for right reasons or wrong reasons or whatever it may be. Fueling this is of course the connectivity of this place and majorly the cost factor. I can definitely go overboard and say that Goa has best and cheapest beaches in this world to offer.
    Sadly many Indians dont appreciate this and treat this as just another picnic spot. So I also dont reveal the name of the secret places in Goa. I want such places to be pristine and be visited by like minded people.
    Coming to the point, I would love to visit / know abt this place. Hope you don’t mind sharing the same. Take care !

  24. purcitron September 13, 2014 at 9:59 pm - Reply

    never been to india..
    in your opinion, what does goa offer that southern thighland, for example, does not please?

    • Rachel Jones September 14, 2014 at 3:37 pm - Reply

      The beaches may not be as pretty, but the culture is what makes it such a great place!

  25. john obrien September 14, 2014 at 4:26 am - Reply

    hi Rachel, looks great but for us,too expensive.we actually have our own secret beach but it’s in the philippines.probably a little out of your way at this stage.

  26. Rakesh September 18, 2014 at 3:18 pm - Reply

    Hey Rachel,

    We are going to Goa the next week and have been looking for a quiet place like this to relax and do nothing. We’ve been going to Chapora and Ashvem but this place looks like paradise. After living in Bangalore city all i need is a place with no noise and no people.
    This looks like a perfect spot and would love it if you can tell me where it is exactly. I am waiting for your reply and am grateful for your blog.


  27. Sah September 29, 2014 at 10:34 pm - Reply

    Rachel Rachel Rachel,

    Let me please have this opportunity to remember you forever and speak about you in plenty though we are just two unknowns to each other.
    Would you please share the name/ so that I can just perfect my trip to Goa with my wonderful companion.
    I think I know which place this is because I was looking to stay in this or possibly a similar property since long but the one I know is unfortunately not available at the moment. even then, to add to my anxiety and desperation to stay on a beach property, I am going to hope that the place you are talking about is not the same that I know.

    And oh yes, thank you for website. How generous to share ones explores with the world.


  28. Ricard Blue October 3, 2014 at 4:39 pm - Reply

    Try Bagibaga Beach AKA Turtle Island. It has one of the best sea food shacks you’ll ever wish to stumble across… and it’s cheap, cheap, cheap! Not over keen on Oysters (which they catch themselves) But the crab is to die for :) .. It may not be a secret anymore, but it is still relatively quiet and astoundingly beautiful! Honestly, go and spend the day there chilling.. you’ll love it!

    And don’t forget your sun-screen & water, as there are no shops here adventurers!

    • Rachel Jones October 5, 2014 at 1:21 pm - Reply

      thank you for the recommendation! I would love to try the crab, although don’t like oysters much.

  29. Ramona October 9, 2014 at 11:06 pm - Reply

    Hey could you send me the name of that lovely beach?
    Thank youu

  30. ranjan October 14, 2014 at 12:07 pm - Reply

    hi rachel…read and saw ur secret hideout resort in goa…loved it…can u plz forward the details as me and my partner are planing to visit goa soon

  31. Munna October 16, 2014 at 11:55 am - Reply

    Hiya Rachel,

    Read your blog about the rad hideaway beach you’ve spotted. In goa right now and let me shoot the question as you may like it :)
    Where’s the secret spot in Goa?”

  32. bhavya November 5, 2014 at 2:41 pm - Reply

    hi,i am planning to visit goa in next 2 week and after looking at this place I really wanted to stay with my hubby and son in this place-calm,nice,relaxing place.
    can you share me the details please.

  33. Hardik November 6, 2014 at 3:10 am - Reply

    Hey rachel… I m shocked dat I have been visiting goa every year since last 7 years n I have never came across places like yr pic shows….. wud love to go der n get lost in nature n peace. Please do a favour…. let me know the site. Thanxz

  34. Johan November 7, 2014 at 1:58 pm - Reply

    Hi Rachel,

    PLease send me the details of the ‘secret resort’ as well? Also, can you make a few suggestions for inland Goa?

  35. Alison November 27, 2014 at 9:55 pm - Reply

    Ah, I know exactly where this is….right down the beach there is my lovebug (also a Brit) and I stayed a couple of years ago. It’s a place that has gorgeous Rahjastan tents (no wifi but they did have hot water), although unfortunately, they also have “entertainment” at night so try to get a tent furthest away from the bar/food tent. It’s just a short walk to the Emerald lagoon. But for now, I’m all about the YabYum Resort at Ashwen Beach! Oh yeah baby. Leaving Friday for my annual Goa Chill Out. I’m a “Yank” too living now in rainy Britian…I need sun!!! Thanks for the great pics and blog.

  36. Alison November 27, 2014 at 9:57 pm - Reply

    Ah, I know exactly where this is….right down the beach there is where my lovebug (also a Brit) and I stayed a couple of years ago. It’s a place that has gorgeous Rahjastan tents (no wifi but they did have hot water), although unfortunately, they also have “entertainment” at night so try to get a tent furthest away from the bar/food cafe. It’s just a short walk to the Emerald lagoon. But for now, I’m all about the YabYum Resort at Ashwen Beach! Oh yeah baby. Leaving Friday for my annual Goa Chill Out. I’m a “Yank” too living now in rainy Britian…I need sun!!! Thanks for the great pics and blog.

    • Rachel Jones November 28, 2014 at 11:13 am - Reply

      Yabyum… haven’t heard of it but will definitely look into it :) Enjoy you break in Goa.. it’ll be nice to have another Yank around!

  37. sumit December 12, 2014 at 9:41 am - Reply

    Hi rachel jones ,
    I am planning to visit goa in last week of dec can you please mail the details secret resort or suggest for crazy stuff in goa so i can visit or enjoy

  38. sumit December 12, 2014 at 9:46 am - Reply

    And thanks a lot for your review

  39. Abhineet December 12, 2014 at 10:40 am - Reply

    Hey lady, this post is awesome. I’m in Goa since 6 months now. Can you tell me where abouts to get to this beautiful place . Email me [email protected]
    Please shower me with your gratitude

  40. Nikhil December 17, 2014 at 7:07 pm - Reply

    Hi! I have been living a messed up life. Finally, decided to get to goa for the new year and discover myself. I want it to be fun and peaceful, maybe more of hippie places, if you could suggest some ( which are affordable )? Yeah, and the above mentioned secret location too.
    Some, chai!? Sure, but only after your response! :)

  41. akshey January 21, 2015 at 5:19 pm - Reply

    nice blog,i visited this place after reading this (i managed to trace this paradise) but unfortunately this beach is no secret anymore as tourist both local and international both are visiting this place(for day trip as well as stay)
    however compared to other goan beaches it is still very secluded and really tough to get to..
    a must visit for nature and beach lovers

    • Rachel Jones January 22, 2015 at 8:01 pm - Reply

      Yes you’re right many people are finding, some of which through this post. But yeah, in comparison to other beaches it’s a nice retreat

      • Sangram December 23, 2016 at 3:42 pm - Reply

        I would like to travel Goa in an offbeat manner.Please suggest. How much travel time would it require to have satisfying time in Goa.

  42. Rohit Agarwal February 8, 2015 at 5:02 am - Reply

    Hey Rachel,
    A great post indeed. I have been going to Goa 3 times last year. But never to a place as described by you. Would definitely love to explore this place, only if you could let me know. Loved your post.


  43. adam February 10, 2015 at 2:39 am - Reply

    Hello Rachel

    Honeymooning there in a few days – any chance of a link?


    much obliged to you and a fantastic article!

  44. Avi March 10, 2015 at 5:49 pm - Reply

    Hi Hippie-inheels,

    Have gone thorugh every single post about Goa – loved it! Love Goa. Hoping Goa to remain prestine forever (not very sure about that). Actually, me and my wife have plans to leave our corporate job and settle in Goa somewhere, setting-up a small business or something, in future. Visited Goa 4-5 times in last 2 years staying for about a week during off-season. Have plans to visit this moonsoon and to stay 1-2 days at this hideout (if they nogotiate on prices). Would love to hear from you and the coordinates of the place if possible.
    Who knows we might bump into you (omni) riding along the lush green fields of Goa :)
    Love reading your blog!


    • Rachel Jones March 10, 2015 at 6:48 pm - Reply

      Hi Avi, thanks for reading! Monsoon is a great time to come.

  45. Christine March 15, 2015 at 12:23 am - Reply

    Aw, I want to be there right now! It looks so peaceful :)

  46. Christine March 15, 2015 at 12:23 am - Reply

    Aw, I want to be there right now! It looks so peaceful :)

  47. Ankita March 15, 2015 at 5:03 pm - Reply

    I found your blog only a week ago and I’ve been loving your fresh, happy posts on seaside India. I’ve been to South Goa several times and I totally agree about how untouched and beautiful it is, as compared to commercialised North Goa. I’m not going to ask you for the name of the resort though..maybe I’ll discover it by chance some day. :) Also, the rate sounds terribly expensive. I guess this is why I’ve always had reservations about all-inclusive hotel rooms.

    • Rachel Jones March 17, 2015 at 4:49 pm - Reply

      I’m glad you found it :D It was so over-priced. There is another resort near to it that was much cheaper.

  48. iveta April 13, 2015 at 2:00 am - Reply

    what a cool tip!:)

  49. As'ad Shah April 17, 2015 at 2:25 am - Reply

    Hey Rachel
    I like your Write ups. Its motivating me to travel and discover this Paradise. Can you please mail me the name of this Secret Resort?

  50. Yatharth April 19, 2015 at 1:44 am - Reply

    Hey Rachel,
    I really loved your blog. I am planning to visit Goa for the third time but this time it will be with my significant other. I have stayed in the north in past which is always crowded. I would like a difference experience now. So can you please email me the place and name of resort ? And also what else I should do in Goa apart from partying all the time? Any unique hidden places?

  51. anju September 15, 2015 at 10:29 pm - Reply

    Dear Rachel,
    First of all..Weldon.Like your blog very much.We are husband and wife visiting Goa in mid November 2015.We are eager to visit such type of places.We’ve been to North Goa several times but never experienced about less crowded places.We would definitely love to explore this place for our next trip.I will tell you more about ourselves if you give us reply on anju197880 at yahoo(dot)co(dot)in
    Once again thanks for the nice blog.
    thanks and regards,

  52. Ananad October 27, 2015 at 11:36 am - Reply


    Dear Rachel,
    We are husband and wife visiting Goa in April 2015.We are eager to visit such type of places.We’ve been to CSM Resort callangute Goa several times but never experienced about less crowded places.We would definitely love to explore this place for our next trip.I will tell you more about ourselves if you give us reply on [email protected]
    Once again thanks for the nice blog.
    thanks and regards,

  53. Shafik Mulla January 18, 2016 at 2:49 pm - Reply

    Hi Rachel,

    Could you please send the details on olaulim goa.

  54. lucy July 19, 2016 at 7:03 pm - Reply

    Absolutely love oyur blog. Reading your posts makes me feel so nostalgic about my time in India!

    I am really keen to visit this place but wondered if you are able to simply visit the beach on a day trip from Agonda? Or is it strictly private for the resort as I don’t think I can afford to stay there?

    many thanks :)


  55. Warren August 5, 2016 at 10:10 am - Reply

    Hi Rachel, thanks so much for your blog, it has been really helpful for the trip I’m planning later in the year. Unfortunately Dwarka Resort is booked up when we were looking to visit. Is it possible for you to email me the names of the other 2 resorts you mentioned? Or any other gems in South Goa?

  56. Dr. Jagadeesh March 23, 2017 at 1:33 pm - Reply

    we are a couple from kerala. We we would like to stay at this place. Kindly send the details to me

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  58. doctorme2k18 June 14, 2018 at 8:20 pm - Reply

    Please send details. Would love to stay here. Going next month.

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