At the extreme southern end of Goa, off the coast is a 30 meter long sea cave. A geological wonder, this is the longest sea cave discovered along the west coast of India.
A short trek and a scramble over boulders along the sea will take you to this hidden natural formation.
From here climb up the hill, a short trek across the plateau and descend down to a pristine and secluded beach.
Location – South Goa
Distance – 4 – 5km
Duration – 1/2 day trip with 4 hours of overall trekking time
Intensity – moderate
Fitness level required – you should be able to walk 5km in one hour and be able to climb 4 floors of stairs at a stretch without a break
ENTERING THE OCEAN IS NOT PART OF THIS TREK. IF YOU DO VENTURE IT’S AT YOUR OWN RISK
All adventure sports carry an inherent element of risk and are dependent on weather and prevailing conditions. The decision of our Trek Leaders to alter routes, shorten treks, or cancel is final in the interest of safety
Scrambling can be tricky if you lack trekking experience. But our team guides will assist you right through.
CHILDREN 6 YEARS AND OVER ONLY
NOT A PET FRIENDLY TREK