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Mandrem is one of the best-kept secrets of north Goa. This beach is as laid back and languid as one could possibly hope for. A balmy tropical breeze, sea waves running hastily to the shore and unexpected simplicity, makes this beach stand out from the others. Yoga and meditation are the most favoured activities on this beach. Meditating in the lap of nature with the distant whispering of the palm trees makes this place a haven for the exhausted mind and soul. Nestled among luxurious palms sits a cluster of shacks with a view of the serene Mandrem beach licked by the warm waters of Arabian sea. You should head here for the beach-bound bliss and be warned, you might find it hard to tear yourself away.
Riya Bali
Next day, we woke up early and headed to the Arambol beach. Arambol is a busy place with lots of hotels predominantly occupied by non-Indian crowd. Arambol beach is widespread with eateries all over. One can savour their moments of calm as well as merrymaking at the same place. I would like to call it 'Appealing Arambol'. After spending some time and clicking some photos, we headed to another stunning place which I had noticed while on the way to Arambol just 2 kilometers from there. It was the Mandrem Beach. The path to the beach was through an aesthetic garden followed by a wooden bridge passing over a water body. Mandrem was really unmatchable as the crowd was light and the beach was an exemplary place to chill with clear waters. We relaxed there for the rest of the day on beach beds relishing food and drinks. The atmosphere was ideal to loosen up, go into the waters for a swim or even sleep (I did sleep for sometime, lol). It is without a doubt 'Magical Mandrem'. In the evening we returned to the resort and after having dinner, we set off for the last night out of our trip.
Tejpal Verma
Our stay was at Hotel O'saiba beach resort, Mandrem (North Goa) a friend of mine Bhushan recommended it and it was a fabulous deal @1500 for 4 person deluxe suit with in house Bar/restaurant/spacious lawn.Our day started experiencing sunrise in sea faced bistro where we had our breakfast @ Mandrem beach which in my opinion one of the most astounding landscape yet less crowded beach. Had our Israeli breakfast (as we saved quite so our focus was to utilize that pennies in cuisine/drink/exploring/water sports).Then we headed toward top of a nearby hill in Mandrem, got a mesmerizing view from there. spent some time there then rode to popular attraction of Goa Va-gator beach, Baga beach & Anjuna beach, Chapora fort, Auguda, et cetera.last of the day was Baga beach where we spent our time till late night and then returned to our stay. Day 3
6. Mandrem BeachThis is one of the secluded beaches of North Goa, still not popular with tourists. One can go for Dolphin watch from this beach.
Priyanka Gupta
Mandrem beach, Arambol beach, Marbella resort, Thalasa, LPK.After breakfast we got ready for long day tour to North most Goa. We went straight to Mandrem Beach. It takes around 1 hour to reach there. We relaxed for some time in a shack tried some snacks and then moved towards Arambol beach. Mandrem beach was better than arambol for sure. It was quiter neater and more scenic. We had our lunch at Arambol beach. After that we went to Marbella resort for sunset view. This place is a must visit in Goa. Visiting this resort you will never regret. It is beach facing resort, a very hifi property. One can try small portion snacks, drinks and can enjoy the view sitting at beach beds. We skipped fort chapora as during afternoon it was very hot there and more over it is famous for sunset but we had better option of Marbella so we skipped it. After Marbella resort we went to Thalassa for dinner situated at Vegator beach. It is Greek looking (Santorini) sea facing restaurent. Food was okay but crowd was good. After dinner we went straight to Candolim at our hotel. After relaxing for some time we went to LPK situated at Candolim only. Entry was Rs 2000/ couple with unlimited fixed brands alchohol.