• About

    Nestled right near the Maharashtra border, Arambol has a white sandy beach and a freshwater lake that joins the sea. In spite of its growing attraction Arambol still has an isolated and homely feel and is regarded as a bohemian destination by travellers.

    Getting there

    The Dabolim Airport is 60 kms from Arambol. The nearest train station is at Thivim near Mapusa which is 28 kms away. There are a number of local buses that travel to Arambol from Panaji through Mapusa as well. Panaji is at a distance of 36 kms from Arambol. The nearest bus stand is located at the main road on Arambol beach.

    Quick Facts

    • The ‘Money stone’ sculpture at Arambol is a famous stone sculpture carved with the words “Give if you can. Take if you have to”. It is surrounded by low hills and is adjoining to an old ancient banyan tree that is splendid in its ancient beauty.
    • One can go for a spot of fishing on the local fishing boats. Glastonbury Street that leads to the beach is lined with colourful stalls and shops that sell trinkets and is a great place to bargain for souvenirs.
    • Loeki’s cafe on the beach side offers live music, from Indian classical to Psychedelic trance during season time and offers fine dining in varied cuisines throughout the year.