Ocean Trek Arambol

From: 1,498.34 8 hours

From Goa’s northernmost beach, Keri, walk across the hillside, past spectacular seascapes, to reach the northern Arambol Beach, famous for its fresh water lake just a few metres from the sea. Then follow a perennial stream up the hill to the grassy Paliem plateau, and then to our pick up point.

We need a minimum group of Six and the booking and payment made three days in advance to organise a trek.
Minimum: Rs8,990 for up to six persons.

Any day, 8 hours, 7am to 3.00pm

Please call Kim on +91 8975841178 to confirm trek booking.

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An Ocean Trek is a walk along a mountain overlooking the sea. As you walk, the majesty of the magnificent Arabian Sea is a near-constant presence. The sylvan sound of the waves crashing on the shore soothes your soul and makes your spirits soar.

We start from Porvorim in Goa at 07:00hrs, and drive to Paliem, a village between Arambol and Keri. We set off along a hilly path which takes you to the deserted and grassy Paliem plateau. After crossing the plateau, you then plunge through a dense evergreen natural forest as you follow a perennial stream down to the northern Arambol Beach, famous for its fresh water lake just a few metres from the sea (see photo above). Here, you can relax, take a dip in the sea, then wash off the salt in the sweet water lake. Or even smear yourself with medicinal mud from the banks of the stream on the hillside and then bathe in one of the many pools along the stream. We then walk across a hillside along the sea, past spectacular seascape scenery, to reach Goa’s northernmost and least commercialised beach, Keri, and then on to our pick-up point. We start back for Goa around 14.00hrs, reaching Porvorim by 15:00hrs.

Group Leader and Guide
Transport from and to the meeting point in Porvorim
Bottled water
Light packed lunch / lunch at a beach shack

Anything not in the Included list

Swim wear
Change of clothes

If you wear spectacles, a strap to stop them from falling

Clothes for trekking
Long pants, preferably jeans (those wearing shorts will get scratched by thorns)

Long sleeved shirt

Sports shoes or trekking shoes