Switch On The Groovy Vibes At Arambol Beach!

Have you ever wanted to groove to Bohemian music in Goa? If yes, then there is only one place in Goa that can offer you such an ambience. We are talking about Arambol Beach, the coolest beach in North Goa!

Apart from Indians, Arambol beach gets a very unique kind of tourists. Most of them give you a vibe, like you are in Jamaica. According to my experience, Bob Marley’s “No woman, no cry” is amongst the most popular track in this region (I love that song).

Eight reasons for choosing Arambol beach

It is cleaner than other beaches
It is less crowded
Cooler crowd
Decent locals
No eve teasers
Safe environment
Cheap food and drinks
Amazing beach parties
Fun Beach sport and activities

How to reach Arambol beach

By Air:
You can easily find Indian Airlines flights from Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai on a daily basis. You can reach Arambol beach from Goa international airport at Dabolim. It is just 29 km away from Panaji.

There are around 24 – 25 flight daily nonstop from Mumbai to Goa. You can reach Goa with 45min – 3 hours depending on the type of flight i.e. connecting or non-stop.

There are around 8 – 10 flight daily nonstop from Delhi to Goa. You can reach Goa within 2 – 4 hours depending on flight type i.e. connecting or non-stop.

By Train:
Vasco da Gama and Margao are the two nearest railway station to Arambol beach. These two railway stations connect to all major cities in India which include places like Bangalore, Bombay, Belgaum, Delhi and Hyderabad.

By Road:
Often people prefer road trips to Goa. NH17A connects Goa with states such as Karnataka and Maharashtra.

If you prefer bus travel, Kadamba bus stand at Panaji offers you convenient options. As visitors you will also get bus services to major Indian cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Hampi etc on a regular basis.

After getting down at Kadamba bus stand, you can easily find frequent bus rides to Arambol beach twice or thrice an hour (buses every half an hour).

Kadamba Bus Stop Goa

Kadamba Bus Stop Goa | Image Resource : wikipedia.org

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