Margoa - Bogmalo Beach

Margao - Bogmalo Beach is one of the frequented tours from Margao undertaken by the tourists. The beach is popular due to its closeness to the Dabolim airport which lies at a short distance of 3 to 4 kilometers. The small fishing hamlet is thronged by the foreign and the national tourists.

The tourists may easily access Bognalo beach from Margao. The small hamlet I s well connected by roads to the city of Margao. The tourists may travel in hired taxis and bikes from the city of Margoa to Bogmalo Beach. Along with the picturesque beauty of the region, the serenity and the tranquility of the beach attracts a large number of tourists every year.

Accommodation in Bogmalo Beach is available in the well priced luxury hotels and resorts. The tourists may also reside in the guesthouses and the budget hotels that lie in the interiors of the small hamlet. The restaurants and the bars are concentrated along the beach. The restaurants serve some of the mouthwatering sea food delicacies. The popular local drink, Feni, is also available in the restaurants.

Diving is one of the popular water sports practiced in the beach. The newly found diving institute in the region offers courses to the novice in this sport. It is one of the singular and premier institutes in the country to offer courses in diving.

The salubrious sea climate of Bogmalo Beach is favorable for the tourists throughout the year. The beach resort is more crowded in the winter season.

Last Updated on 20 September 2011



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