Trek along a scenic hillside overlooking the Arabian Sea | Visit completely deserted virgin beaches | The Ocean Trek ends at the pristine Neuti Beach | Take a leap into the sea from a 5m high cliff (optional) | Visit the ruins of a Maratha fort overlooking the Vengurla Rocks | Includes breakfast, cold Nimboo Pani, a 12-course coastal Malvani lunch and afternoon tea
Date: Sunday 28 July 2019 07:00hrs to 19:30hrs
Individual: Rs 990 per person
Under 15yrs : Rs890 per person
Couples: Rs1,750 for two
Families: Rs3,500 for four
Please call Kim on +91 9511708507 | +91 8975841178 to make a trek booking and arrangements for transport.
Trek Intensity: MEDIUM
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 Kochra-Shriramwadi,
a seaside hamlet between Vengurla and Malwan. It is a 90-km drive.
We drive in our own vehicles or we car pool.
After a breakfast snack and tea, we set off along a hilly path on the cliffs next to the sea.
As we walk along the hillside, we come across completely deserted beaches and isolated coves. We climb down and make it our very own for a few moments. The Ocean Trek ends at the pristine Neuti Beach after we wade across a small tidal estuary. We start back around 17.30hrs to reach Porvorim by 19:30hrs.
12-course Malwani lunch (veg also available)
Trek leader and Guide
Anything not in the included list
Sun Screen lotion
Change of clothes
If you wear spectacles, a strap to stop them from falling in the water
Trekking shoes, sports shoes or trekking sandals with a strap at the back: Avoid flip flops and leather footwear
Clothes for Trekking
We recommend a full-sleeved shirt and long pant, otherwise you could get scratched.
Don’t forget to get a change of clothes properly tied in a plastic bag: It may rain!
Please call Kim on +91 9511708507 | +91 8975841178 to confirm trek booking and arrangements for transport.