Morjim - Goa's Pristine Beach Cities With Best Seafood And Tourist Attractions
Morjim, which is in Pernem, North Goa, is well known for its immaculate beaches. Additionally, it is where the endangered olive ridley sea turtles reside. Elegant views and a lush environment are gifts to Morjim. Every year, several thousand tourists come to this tiny beachside community.
Best time to visit: Oct-To-Mar
Things to do: Enjoy a houseboat cruise, Explore Scuba Diving, Go for Parasailing, Banana Ride
HOW TO REACH MORJIM
- Flight - Goa Mopa (GOX) Airport is 18.3 kilometers distant from Morjim, is the closest airport. Goa (GOI) and other terminals are close by. (29.5 km). 52 kilometers or so separate Morjim Beach from Goa International Airport. Local buses and hired taxis are both options for getting there.
- Rail - Morjim Beach is 15 km from Thivim Railway stop, which is the closest train stop. Nearly 27 kilometers separate Morjim Beach from Panaji. You can journey using any form of transportation. You can easily board local trains from Vasco Da Gama or Madgaon railway station if you want to travel to Morjim Beach by train. A neighborhood bus or a rented taxi are other options for getting there.
HOW TO GET AROUND
- Rental - One of the furthest northerly shores on the Goan coastline is Morjim Beach. The quickest method to travel to Morjim, which is 13 km away from Mapusa, is on a bicycle. To get to Morjim if you're coming from Mapusa, follow the Duler-Marna-Siolim Road. The Querim - Arambol - Agarwada Road is the quickest way to get to Morjim if you're taking the Arambol, Ashwem, Morjim path.
- Cab/Taxi/Bike - The expense of a taxi or cab from Mapusa to Morjim is approximately INR 400. However, renting two-wheelers, which are significantly more affordable, is the simplest and most convenient mode of transportation in Goa.