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Deepak Vij

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3 reviewsPosted 2 years ago

Arambol, a Pet Vacation

Our first out of state visit with Maura our 8 month old rottweiler. Although we have been visiting neighbouring cities from Mumbai to get maura used to the car and the long journeys this was a 1400+ kms to and fro journey to Goa. We started around 12 midnight via the Mumbai - Pune - kolhapur -nippani. Reached arambol around 11 am. I had booked us all in this place called rudra huts. The place is cosy and nice and amazingly pet friendly which was the first thing I looked for when booking and I was not disappointed. We were given an exceptional treatment by mayank and the other boys handling the place including maura who was taken care of as well. The best place was the proximity to the beach which was just a 100 mtr walk. The shacks 21 coconut and especially coco loco that we visited were also very comfortable having a dog around and the staff were friendly and playing with her. She was also served with a bowl of water and her dinner and lunch served to her on the beach. Maura also made a local friend who my wife named mel because she thought he was a brave heart to play with a rottie. All in all a very relaxing and a memorable trip. Our joy was in seeing our baby enjoy in the sand and enjoy the drive. I would recommend this trip for all pet parents.

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Rizwanuddin Rafiq

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1858 reviewsPosted 2 years ago

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Arambol is also known as Harmal, situated at the extreme stretch of Northern Goa just next to Mandrem, in Pernem, once it was a fishing village now developed as a popular destination and most awesome location of North Goa. It has now almost all facilities for the visitors from nice Resorts like Mama Goa, Ocean Bliss Beach, The Banyan Soul etc, Hotel Orion, Horizon Hotel etc and famous multi cuisine Restaurants like 21 Coconuts Inn, Welcome Inn, Felini, The Arambubble etc and beautiful huts for accommodation too. This is very famous among visitors for its unspoilt beach, which is very popular among the foreign tourists, and this is one of the safest beach and gateway to Kalacha Beach, Tiracol Fort, Querim Beach and one Vetal Temple which is said to be 200 years old and here Vetal is not Naked.

Arambol is very well connected by Road and State Transport Buses are running from Mapusa and Panji. It has many shopping complexes in close proximity and various Banks are registering their presence. The famous Surfing School Vaayu is close for the water sports lover and the another beautiful Mandrem Beach is very close. Siolim is another option and choice for Moderate shopping and food.

Its climate is just humid as it is a coastal village so summer casual are just enough. One can reach either by Rail to Vasco, Madgao or Tivim and by bus it is easy, if someone wish to enjoy the Bus, may come through Mapusa or from Panji Mapusa road Cross junction and the best way to reach is by Air to Vasco and later by local Bus or taxi. Like other parts of Goa at this place very organized vehicle rental services are available. Some one is coming to Goa at least this place must be visited for its beaches and the scenic views.

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Arambol Overview

Arambol Village is situated in Pernem Taluk of North Goa District in the state of Goa. This village is located around 8.85 km from the main town of Pernem and is situated approximately 35.06 km from the state capital of Panaji. It is a secluded place which is a dwelling area of hundreds of fishermen.

It is one of the important beaches in Goa, surrounded by the Arambol village which is famous for its typical Goan culture and hospitality. Local inhabitants in Arambol include Hindus, Christians and few Muslims. The long stretch of golden sands interspersed with rocky cliffs make this beach beautiful.

Arambol has two main beaches, one is the Harmal Beach, which is situated in the northernmost region of Goa and the other is located at a walking distance from the village. The Harmal Beach is around 200 metres long and is suitable for gliding. Facilities are also available at this beach for training and tandem flights.

These beaches are peaceful and quite on all days, except Sundays, when several tourists and local picnickers gather here for beach activities. The palm trees, the golden stretch of sand and fresh water pools are some of the main highlights of the beaches in Arambol.

Just behind the second beach, there is a small freshwater lake, which extends from the bottom of the valley, leading to a dense forest. Arambol was once the most backward village in terms of economy, as farming and horticulture were the two main occupations practised here. However, at present, Arambol is a famous tourist destination which has many Punjabi restaurants and fast food joints, Kashmiri shops and Maharashtrian shopping stalls.

There are some famous budget hotels here which stay crowded in October. Arambol Beach is a popular place for paragliding and is home to dolphins. The best time to visit this destination is from October through June.