What travellers are saying
- It has been the First Beach visit of my life Before this one I haven’t visited any beach in My life.
A Beautiful Environment So many people’s here roaming around. And Plenty of adventure activities too.Written 11 October 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Benaulim beach is one of the cleanest beaches in Goa. The sand is white and soft, easy to walk on. The waves are not too strong and one can go a fair distance into the sea during the day for a dip. Life guards are around always. Carry water with you as you won't find it on the beach. There are some good restaurants on the beach for food and drinks.Written 18 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Biggest beach in Goa plenty of Place and no crowd. There are few couples here and there but not much of people. Shaks are availableWritten 16 August 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- its very quite and away from all the hustle bustle of North goa.enjoyed long walks and less crowd. lovely sunsetsWritten 3 December 2023
- True to its name, the Sunset Beach, nestled between Utorda and Majorda, lives up to its reputation by offering a serene and tranquil atmosphere. This hidden gem is less crowded, providing a peaceful escape for visitors. However, finding parking can be a bit challenging due to limited space. Fortunately, there is a paid parking option available for a nominal fee of 50rs for a four-wheeler and 20rs for a two-wheeler, allowing visitors to conveniently park their vehicles and enjoy the beach without worries.Written 26 June 2023
- One of the cleanest, silent beach in South Goa, felt like private beach. Went with family and friends in Nov 2021Written 23 December 2021
- Definitely a hidden gem - you would need to know someone local, to tell you about this church. Truth be told, you must visit and walk around Old Goa to really get a feel of what it represents.Written 15 October 2021
- A Beautiful and Clean Beach You can enjoy the Best Subset here.
So Many Couples Visit here and Beautiful escape.
Must Visit if you are in Goa.Written 10 October 2023
- Trinity Beach, located just 2.8 kilometers ahead of Benaulim towards Varca, offers a unique and refreshing escape from the tourist crowds. As a fisherman's beach, it provides a captivating glimpse into the vibrant local fishing culture, with an intriguing sight of freshly caught fish laid out to be sundried. Although the drying process may contribute to a pungent odor, Trinity Beach's seclusion and authentic ambiance allow visitors to connect with the traditional practices of the fishing community. If you're seeking a break from the bustling crowds and a chance to experience something different, a visit to Trinity Beach is a must, as its charm lies in its immersion in the fisherman's way of life, making it a one-of-a-kind destination.Written 26 June 2023
- Church was well maintained with huge lawns. Unfortunately, we couldn't enter as the Church was closed.Written 13 November 2021
- Nestled between the enchanting Zuri and Zalor Beaches, Fatrade Beach emerges as a delightful hidden gem. While Zuri and Zalor captivate with their spectacular beauty, Fatrade Beach stands its ground with its own charm. What sets it apart is the peaceful ambiance and the absence of crowds during my visit. This serene setting makes it an ideal destination to seek tranquility and serenity. Along with its tranquil atmosphere, Fatrade Beach also offers options to indulge in delicious food and refreshing drinks, adding to its allure as a perfect spot to unwind and enjoy a leisurely beach experience.Written 26 June 2023
- We were fortunate enough to be staying nearby this small Chapel as it was prepared for the celebration of it's Feast Day on the 26th of November.
At night time the Chapel was illuminated by hundreds of small colourful lights, draped with care and precision around the building.
As we walked by here, on a daily basis on our way to Gonsua Beach, we saw the preparations for the Festival progress.
This included the construction of a fabric canopy in front of the Chapel and the erection, over a number of days, of a stage and it's scenery for a drama performance on the night of the Festival. There was also bunting around the place
On the morning of the Feast Day the celebrations began at about 06.00am with the ringing of the Chapel's bell, accompanied by singing, prayers and the drums and bugles of the band blasting out. It all culminated in the procession carrying of the Statue into the Chapel, when the band reached it's crescendo.
Later in the morning we walked by the Chapel and stallholders were preparing their stalls for business later in the day, these included snacks and colourful plastic toys.
The well attended drama with it's accompanying banging drum lasted long into the evening.
Prior to the performance, at 19.00 the Statue of Mother Mary was paraded from the Chapel to a house in the village, where it spent the night. This was repeated over a number evenings, moving the statue from house to house in the village. On the evening of the 26th it was a little bit more special as the Statue, stayed overnight on a shrine in the guest house where we were staying. It was a special day for the villagers and they celebrated in style.Written 4 December 2023
- We have been coming to Goa from the UK for nearly 20 years and have always trusted The Din Brothers for all of our jewellery requirements, including amazing repairs. Masood Shah always treats us like family, and nothing is too much trouble. That's why we always come back. Everything we have purchased in Goa has been certified with a receipt for insurance, and everything we have bought has been valued in the UK way above the purchase price. So I have 100% trust and confidence with their service. We hope to see you all again real soon!Written 25 March 2023
- If you are one of those people who simply cannot resist picking up a piece of carved wood and stroking the carvied or polished surface, then this is the place for you. Absolutely jammed with wooden (mainly walnut) carvings and furniture it is a showpiece to the owners love of Kashmiri carving and woodcrafts ranging from dining tables and cabinets to tiny carved animals and bangles.
And make sure to make time to talk to the owner about his homeland, its history and culture. We found those conversations as fascinating as the items he stocks.Written 2 February 2020
- Incredible jeweller, great value and very honest - much appreciated.
We purchase a beautiful green onyx watch, and emerald earrings. VJ was very helpful, and completely honest in telling us the different values, qualities etc.
Will be coming back soon!Written 29 April 2023