Morjim in North Goa, India

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Morjim is a beautiful and tiny Goan fishing village in North Goa . If you are looking for tranquility then look no further, as this virgin beach has maintained its pristine beauty through generations. Walk along its fine stretch of white sands and you will find a number of beach shacks frequented mostly by tourists wanting to enjoy some private time on the beach, taking in the sun, away from the prying eyes of interested locals.

As you stroll by you’ll find the beach quiet and isolated without encountering a single soul.

Goa’s charm is rubbed-off not only on Her tourists but also on Her “Special Guests”. They come all the way from Australia to lay their eggs on the sands of Morgim Beach . They are the “Ridley Turtles”. Morjim beach has become a valuable nesting ground for these turtles, thanks to the efforts of locals and Forest Department officials. You just need to keep your eyes open for a chance to see these turtles.

Morjim in North Goa, India

The best time to visit India is in winter, between late October and early April.

The winter weather is pleasant; days are sunny and nights cool. The carnival period in the month of February and early March is another peak time, attracting a lot of tourists to Goa . It is a great season with parades, pageants and merrymaking. The beauty of Goa has something wonderful to offer to every traveller throughout the year and is an exciting destination to the fun loving tourist.

Morjim is about 55 kms from Dabolim Airport , about 20 kms from Pernem Railway Station and 15 kms from Mapusa city.