Nilaya Hermitage

Address: Arpora Bhati, Arpora, Goa, 403518, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Arpora Bhati, Arpora, is near Baga Beach, Candolim Beach, Calangute Beach, and Anjuna Market.
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      Travel Blogs from Arpora

      Calangute, Goa.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Nov 30, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... ripped. Off. Found out that Goa doesn't pay tax on petrol, what a wonderful world that would be... But we can only dream! It was a crazy but pretty drive up, I was glad for the seat belts. We were both feeling a little sick, I got the horrible deep feeling in my stomach; I thought it was time for the right of passage... But turns out the bowel movement was normal and I think I was just really hungry and travel sick! The hotel seemed quite nice for how ...

      Yoga, chanting and snow storms

      A travel blog entry by johneklund on Mar 15, 2014

      26 photos

      ... Today was spent visiting Old Goa which consists of a collection of old Portuguese churches. The stand out was the Se Cathedral which is the largest Catholic church in Asia. Again, the inside seemed to be less dark than the Gothic churches we are used to in Europe. It was incredibly hot as we wandered around but the town was quite pretty and everywhere we turned there seemed to be a small church. The Basilica of Dom Jesus was quite pretty too and had the remains of St Francis ...

      Hippies of Goa (Nagoa) - Ajunta Beach

      A travel blog entry by darrendeanna on Mar 23, 2013

      ... to the bottom of the cliffs to stop erosion. At first, we didnt believe there was actually a beach, only a rocky outcrop along the coastline. We pressed on with our packs on in search of accommodation and arrived at the beach. Then we had the task of enquiring at each establishment. We offloaded our packs and Darren continued on. Just when he was about to tell me everything was booked, we came across some lovely beach houses costing 1,500 rupees per night (about ...

      Indian Sands

      A travel blog entry by steffandcat on Oct 18, 2012

      3 comments

      ... nice to hear about there experience in India as they had done a very similar route to us.  Wanting to spend more time with Lucy and the girls we met them down on Anjuna beach again the next day. We were lucky as we were there the same time as one of the biggest flee markets in India stretching 3km long in high season. After feeling like we had done everything possible around vagator we thought it was time to head on to the next beach and it was nice as all our new ...

      Doris's Dear Diary - For The Last Time

      A travel blog entry by curryinahurry on Oct 08, 2012

      9 photos

      ... the trains without the help of a guide though, as it's a bit of a challenge. Say, for example, your train's due at 6 a.m., the number (that's on your ticket) comes up on an overhead board. Normal, you might think - but there's a twist (isn't there always?) - several other trains might pull up and stop before the one that's advertised on the board! So each time one pulls up, we're all braced with our luggage ready for the battle to board the train, meanwhile Santo ...