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Arambol Sweet Water Lake

Sukesh Jain
We woke up by 9 am had breakfast and were ready by 11 pm and left our hostel and went to morjim beach had lunch there , chilling there till 3 pm. After that we went to Arambol beach, there were very few Indians there and we got to know about some hidden lake near the beach so decided to visit there and the experience was great.
Vinayak Verma
After enjoying in Salt Water we headed towards to Sweet Water Lake walking only by the shore. It was about 15 mins walk from Arambol Beach and man what a lane was that.. beauty that we say. All shops owned by Indians and some by foreigners. Its like side market for all where you can shop as well as eat by the side at restaurants enjoying the beauty of the sea.
prasoon padhye
Next we walked to Sweet water lake, it is at one end of arambol beach way through some uphill street full of shops and cafes. Lake is a clean water body surrounded by lush greenery, the lustrous beach at one side while the shady green hill at the other. A nice experience and one may enjoy the place in or around the lake.
Rachita Saxena
Sweet Water LakeLying in the North Goa is a natural miracle, Sweet Water Lake which is also known as Vagkolam lake. This is the only fresh water lake on a beach which is in close proximation to the Arabian Sea and hence so popular among the locals in Arambol.There are many legends and historical stories associated with this lake which makes it a sacred place for the locals. But aside from that fact, it is a beautiful place to relax and take in the nature as well. You have to hike on the rocks to reach this place which makes it even more exciting to visit.
Prateek Dham
The hidden sweet water lake beyond the run-of-the-mill beaches of Arambol has a cult following of its own. Not many people know about it, and the ones that do, don't disclose its location too easily. You can go here with some guidance from the hotel staff and relax amidst its absolute calm and natural surroundings.Play indoor games and go outside for an adrenaline rushFor families, there are facilities such as a games room for indoor activities such as carrom, foosball, chess and others. The staff can also arrange candlelight barbecue dinners by the seaside. Water games such as kayaking, white water rafting, jet skiing, banana boating, sailing, and others, can also be organised.Take a heritage walk around the propertyThe hotel desk can arrange several day trips and heritage walks according to your mood and interest. The village walk with Mr. Agnelo followed by tea and pakoras is extremely popular. You can also watch locals brewing feni in the village. Treks & picnics to Arambol, Redi, Paradise, and Querim Beaches are also possible.Go fishing or cruisingRiver cruising of the nearby area is exclusive to Fort Tiracol's management. They also enable their guests to opt for river fishing trips through the Malpe area for dolphin-spotting and bird watching with a complementary guide. Charges are extra for this.Go GoaBesides these offbeat activities, guided tours can be organised to the popular hotspots of the hip state. The South Tour involves Old Goa, Mangueshi Temple, Spice Plantation, Miramar, Dona Paula and Panjim. The North Tour includes Anjuna, Vagator, Calangute, Baga, Candolim, Fort Aguada, and Sinquerim. There are also customised casino and boat tours for special occasions.Getting there