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Mandrem

Mandrem is one of the northernmost beaches of Goa, between the Terekhol River and the Chapora River. It is at a distance of 28.5 kilometers from Panaji via the NH 66 and 15 kilometers from Anjuna, another popular beach in Goa. A second water body meets the Arabian Sea here, making Mandrem an interesting choice. This is a nice and clean beach with few tourists. Perfect for relaxation! Swaying palm trees make it even better. Most of the shacks and cafes are located on the creek water side.

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Similar to its neighbors, the Mandrem beach has not too much developed tourist infrastructure. For this reason this place is more popular among budget tourists and people who prefer to have camp wild than to spend their vacations in some crowded places within luxury accommodation.

Being a quiet beach, one can even see the white-bellied fish eagles that live here in the casuarina trees. Sometimes you can even see the famous Olive Ridley marine turtles that are nesting at Mandrem beach from time to time.

The best time to visit the Mandrem beach resort is in the winter, which lasts from October till March. During this period of the year the humid tropical climate of North Goa gives way to the sun and warmth, so that tourists can enjoy the amazing warm and clear weather.

The Mandrem coastline is about 2 km long; northwardly it blends into the Arambol beach, and is plugged up by a small local river in the south. This shallow river strongly wags on the sand, and it seems that the beach is divided into many small islands. The river is arched over by little bridges which gives the local scenery some unique beautiful touch. In some places however, the river must be waded.

The beach is sparsely populated, which makes this resort the best place for quiet and lazy holidays spent with a low level of services, swimming in the shallow waters of the Arabian Sea, long walks and bike rides. The resort is very popular for yoga and for weddings.

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Accommodation and attractions

The accommodation types suggested at Mandrem resort are mostly of economy and middle-class levels: guesthouses, resorts and bungalow complexes. The most expensive places to stay at are Yab Yum Resort, Amarya Shamiyana, Riva Beach Resort and Mandrem Beach Resort Hotel.

Shops and services in the village are modest, but still here you can find anything your heart desires: food, fruits, vegetables, drinks, money exchange, pharmacy, several restaurants and bars. The most popular restaurants in Mandrem are: “ Olive House Restaurant”, Cafe Nu, “The Well Garden”, “Mango Tree Beer Garden”, and “ The End of the World”. Here, as well as in other places you can have a quick bite, and will be able to try the amazingly tasty and delicious dishes from the local and international cuisines. The prices for food are low.

The Mandrem resort is not so much rich with attractions and places of interest. Here you will find a few churches, a huge Banyan Tree and the picturesque ruins of the former shrimp factory. The nearest places with people are the city ofMapusa and resorts southward of the Morjim Village.




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