Walk across the deserted and grassy Paliem plateau | Plunge through a dense evergreen natural forest as you follow a perennial stream down to the northern Arambol Beach, famous for its freshwater lake right next to the sea | Walk across a hillside along the sea, past spectacular seascape scenery, to reach Goa’s northernmost and least commercialised beach, Keri.
We start from 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 freshwater lake. Then trek along a cliffside overlooking spectacular seascape scenery, to reach Goa’s northernmost and least commercialised beach, Keri.
Distance 6km approx one way
Duration 3 hours
Half day outing.
We need a minimum group of six (6) and the booking and payment made three days in advance to organize a trek.
Rs790 per person
For private groups: Rs4,990 for two to six persons
For seven or more persons: Rs790 per person
Group Leader and Guide
Drinking water (Bring your own bottle)
Please call +91 9511708057 or WhatsApp +91 8975841178 to confirm trek booking.
VIDEO: OCEAN TREK ARAMBOL
This video is of the Adventure Breaks
Ocean Trek Arambol excursion.
It’s from the HongKong-based China Daily’s
‘Drone and Phone’ adventure travel series
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