Little Cove is near Agonda & Palolem, the big beaches / town around. It's a very quiet, and peaceful place with a big sandy beach & palm trees. Everybody is welcoming and do its best to accommodate your needs. The bungalows are not top notch, but they are clean, confortable, private place to rest. If you do Yoga, there are 3 pleasant chalas receiving sea breeze... at sunset, it's PARADISE! Between your activities you can get great massages (ask Jeevan for the Ayurvedic one).
This really was a magical retreat. Teaching superb, food excellent, and the beach was beautiful. I really loved everything about it and will definitely be going back. Thank you Pardeshi and your amazing team
We made the booking a few months back and we were really looking forward to our stay here based on a the pictures, reviews and the communication from the resort. My self and my friend booked a separate sea view luxury cottage with the charge of £100/pn. The promise of yoga, meditation, great food, comfortable accommodation, sun and sea were all exactly what we both wanted. We arrived to a 1 hour wait to see or speak to anyone from reception, being reassured by other guests that this is just the vibe of the place, it’s all chill and relax—Ok but we just landed from a 15 hour trip, but ok we’ll wait, it’ll be worth it we thought. They didn’t have the rooms ready and when we finally met someone from reception — this was in the afternoon by now after a mediocre lunch— we saw our rooms as well as 5 others that we had a choice of, the condition and standard were beyond terrible, some worst than others, We ended up with the best two — see pictures— the rooms were ok, had a lot of insects throughout, but it is a beach resort in India — so fine. But the bathroom had live wire next to a water hose, no hot water, was completely and utterly dirty with ripped towels. When we addressed our concerns they were met with nonchalance. We arranged to get a ride into Agonda and booked into a resort with the exact same facilities, however, they were 100% more cleaner with better service — namely a proper shower and hot water, as well as cheaper at £60 a night, this decision saved our trip and turned it from a nightmare into a dream holiday. The Little Cove have offered us a complete refund minus bank charges and conversions etc. But they need to remove/update their photos to ACCURATELY represent what’s on offer. We felt some of the people staying there didn’t know what was readily available nearby for that kind of budget, I suggest do proper research and don’t settle for anything less then what you want or what you’re used to. Life is for living and enjoying not for settling or roughing it for the sake of it even if you’re in Goa and/or seeking an eco, back to nature experience, there’s plenty of that around Agonda without this price tag or facade.…
If you are after a non commercialised experience, then this is the place to be. Pack a book or two and prepare to switch off your technology and switch on to nature. Synchronise with the rhythm of the sunrise and sunset, you have the beautiful beach, chirping birds, amazing coconut palm trees. The staff are wonderful... thank you to Sachin and Shankar and the lovely resident yoga teacher. The food was amazing. We spent our evenings perched on sun heated rocks, overlooking the sea practicing meditation as the sun began to set. We also went dolphin spotting with local fishermen in their handmade boats and at 6am had the privilege of watching the sunrise with the full moon out in all its glory. It felt like literal pure HaTha yoga. The huts are spacious with comfortable beds and come with mosquito nets. Fabulous place to practice yoga and find a reconnection with nature. Check out our Instagram @travelling_dolis for pics As this is a remote location, getting here can be tricky and signage to the location does not exist. Our taxi driver confused the location with Colva beach. Best to be explicit about the address and location.…
Little Cove was the absolute perfect place to spend 5 days in Goa after 2 weeks travelling around Rajasthan. The setting is so idyllic with the most beautiful private beach hosting only a few yoga shalas. Quiet and zen with close access to visit Agonda, Palolem and others if you wish (Cola and Agonda are also walkable). The beach huts are lovely but rustic and the Ayurvedic food was amazing. The yoga and meditation instruction was some of the best I’ve ever had and the staff were so hardworking and helpful. It was a truly blissful experience and I hope to be back soon!
We stayed for 4 nights over new years and it was way too short. Its a great place to relax and recharge. The huts are very basic but sufficient. The food was Incredible and the surroundings are just amazing. We definitly want to come back :-) The Yoga was nice just very different to yoga practiced in Europe and every day the same.....
My girlfriend and I spent 4/5 days here and absolutely loved it. When I first found this place on google I was certain it was the right yoga retreat for us, both Pradeshi and Ajjay’s classes are brilliant, and inclusive for all. Set on a paradise cove beach, it is stunning, the beach is very quiet and due to the location the only visitors to the beach are those staying there. The boys working on the camp are brilliant, cooking and serving great food for lunch and dinner. This place is really special! Highly recommend.
The food was delicious. The people working there are friendly and provide excellent service. The rooms are a bit rustic, but absolutely fine if you're looking for a no-frills beach bungalow. It almost feels like you have your own private beach. The yoga/meditation sessions were excellent. I had the pleasure of working with with Pardeshi who was very professional and prompt in responding to my many queries.
We (2 girls) had an awesome time at Little cove Yoga Retreat. The huts are basic but nice. The yoga and meditation was really great. We could completely relax, take a timeout from work and improve our yoga skills! The food was really good as well and the staff is really helpful and friendly. And not to forget the beach. It's just heaven on earth. If you consider a yoga holiday on a great beach it's definitely the right place to stay.
Me and my husband stayed for three nights on our honeymoon. The meditation sessions were of good quality and differed from day to day for variety. The first yoga session was very forced and since the majority of the participants are beginners I cant wrap my head around why the need for making every Asana in such high speed. On the other yoga sessions the tempo was slower and I really enjoyed them. The food was incredible! The huts were really basic. Guests told us about big spiders and cockroaches in their room. We just had one spider in our so that was fine. They cut the power from 08.00-20.00 so you won't have WiFi if that is important to you. The beach is beautiful but really rocky, you could only swim until lunch. Beautiful place that has some improvement potential.