A large and sprung out village near the seashore,
Arambol can be approached by a road which winds
across the plateau and down through the cashew
trees. The beach is an uninterrupted and stunning
stretch of curving sand, still unspoilt in comparison
to other beaches. The beach is quiet except on
Sundays, when a large crowd of local picnickers
gather here for holidaying.
The villagers are friendly and the
place is less touristy allowing you to have a
close experience of local life and culture. There
is relaxed environment and peace and tranquility
attracts many day-trippers from other beaches
nearby. There are miles long uninterrupted beaches
with well-made track running around. The second
beach is even more secluded and little used. There
are sulphur pits and freshwater lakes that you
can use for swimming.
You can take one of the many buses that regularly
ply between Arambol and Mapusa and Arambol and
Chopdem. It takes around 40 minutes to reach Arambol
from Chopdem for a distance of 12 km. On market
days you can take boats to Anjuna. To move locally,
hire taxis or bikes that are easily available.