Devbagh is situated about 100 km from Goa and 500 km away from Bangalore, making it a tad bit tedious to reach. But if a serene, quiet beach vacation is on your mind, take the plunge. There are tons of homestays and resorts here promising you a luxurious, relaxing holiday. Besides a few temples, you can visit the nearby Karwar port and Kurumgad Island. Not your typical beach town, but Devbagh does have its share of fresh, delicious seafood and water sports. If you are looking for an action-packed day visit or weekend, do look for more options since Devbagh is truly a loner's paradise.
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Around 4 we got out of the Hotel it was still hot and hired an Auto Rickshaw for Devbagh beach which is about 5 Kms. from hotel but the Guy started asking for Rs.150/- he told "you see the place where I'll take you and then give whatever you like". He took us to a place from where we walked about a kilometer and half through the beautiful casuarina grove to reach the Log huts of the Devbagh Beach Resort from there we went on to the Devbagh Beach it was really serene with a few people bathing in sea we walked through the white sand in the backdrop of casuarina trees and clicked pictures of the setting sun.The driver asked we want to watch the sun set from there or from a "better" spot near theKali River Bridge. We agreed to him and he speeded up the Auto as the sun was decending rapidly and the driver was racing with the sun so that we reach vantage point before sun god calls off the day. We reached Kali river's bridge when sun was above the horizon but was hid behind the clouds so we could not see a 'perfect' sun set but clicked the pictures of the picturesque River Kali, the bridge in the background of the western ghats and houseboats in backwaters (yes they do have a kind of backwaters). Then we ate the local ice-creams u know like the baraf-Ka-gola sort of thing.