Charter up and cruise the south Goan waters aboard the 18m wooden boat, Isla, which anchors down on the river at Rajbag and takes...
The sleek Intercontinental complex, occupying vast landscaped grounds, allows nonresidents to use its pleasant outdoor pool for Rs 500...
Quiet little Rajbag is these days dominated by the presence of the luxury Intercontinental resort, and most of its visitors are...
Set up in a coconut grove behind the beach, Magic Cinema screens both current and classic films (including the occasional kids’...
Surya’s Beach Café
Stop off for sustenance at the family-run Surya’s Beach Café , nestled at its southern end in the trees, just before the river,...
Galgibag Beach information
Lonely Planet review
Gorgeous, deserted Galgibag is one of the last preserves of Goa’s endangered Olive Ridley turtles, and is a beautiful pine-backed stretch of deserted sands. Don’t come here to swim – undertows and currents are strong – but it’s unsurpassed for a quiet, nature-immersed walk.