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Kartiki Malik
On the second day, I had visited Betalbatim Beach. I am a feeder however the smell of seafood was attracting we tend to towards the beach. I do not apprehend that dish they were cooking over there. South Goan Beaches are apprehending as not crowded and peaceful beaches. Betalbatim beach is additionally one amongst them, On the correct hand facet there's a Sunset beach and on the left-hand facet there's a Nanu beach each the beaches are packed with Shacks. If you like seafood then choose Fisherman's Cafe( It's well-liked in Goa). I didn't even enter in water as a result of I had water phobic disorder, thus I had set there for 30-40 minutes and that I came back to my place that was one and [*fr1] kilometre from the beach.
Kartiki Malik
Yes, Seriously don't read this blog if you love Goa only because of the beaches, Goa has beauty and peace at day time and beats and harmony in night. As I wrote in my last blog that I left my job and i planned to stay there for 1 additional month. That one month was nothing except reminiscences and wonder of Goa. I will tell you in details that are the placed I had visited thus far.
Kartiki Malik
sagar sakre
If you just want to relax while in Goa, put up your feet in a sunbed, enjoy your continental and Konkani food, and drinks, then Betalbatim is the beach for you.
Abhigya S
A charming Indo-Portuguese village, located 2 km north of Colva, Betalbatim is the place to go if you are looking for quiet village experience. It is decorated with old palacios built during the Portuguese era that now belong to the landlords. Betalbatim beach is known for golden sand, whispering palm trees and playful dolphins in the shimmering Arabian Sea. Fishermen usually would take you for a dolphin trip if you'd care for a closer look!Getting there & stayBetalbatim is situated at a mere distance of 20 km away from the Dabolim Airport. Check-out the stay options in Betalbatim here.