Majali Beach Village

Address: Majali Beach, Majali Village, Karwar, Karnataka, 581345, India | Resort
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This resort is located on Majali Beach, Majali Village, Karwar.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Karwar

    From the beach to the train

    A travel blog entry by eganic on Feb 08, 2015

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    ... indian man, who had been seated next to us inside with his wife and baby, asked to see our ticket and directed us to the correct location for a general, no seat ticket. When the train finally arrived the back carriages were crammed so we found a top bunk on one of the many sleeper carriages and were told we could pay the difference. The tickets only cost Rs155 with a sleeper ticket costing Rs283. Each carriage consisted of rows of seats/ beds with up to three on one wall going up to ...

    Rasta ruins the day

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 08, 2014

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    ... for lunch. The Germans had told us they had met some other Germans who had recommended eating at a place called the Rasta Café. This café was at the other end of Om beach (about a 15-20 minute walk from our place) and was supposedly a cheap and chilled out place to eat. Whilst this was technically true, we found this place a little too chilled out for our liking. We wondered over at around 2pm and ordered a veg biryani and some plain ...

    The Sweat Walk

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 05, 2014

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    ... in the equally dark smoke. Thunder rumbled in the background, as the light was choked off by the churning clouds. It was an atmosphere that perfectly matched my mood.

    We arrived at Namaste Guest-house along with the first drops of rain and by the time we had negotiated for a room the storm had arrived in earnest. I ran our passports to reception in sheets of rain. Lauren joined me at the restaurant and we shared a coke, still ...

    New update (07.01.2014)

    A travel blog entry by dieuwerandtom on Jan 03, 2014

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    ... serene place and we spent our days drinking banana lassis, gazing out over the river and sunsets and visiting temples. We met a lovely student from South Korea who idolised Tom ('I will never forget the time we spent together, I have learnt so much from you'). We rented scooters and visited the ruins of what was once a Hindu capital. We came across an underwater temple through which we waded in the dark with a beckoning old crone explaining the rock carvings until we reached a ...

    Gokarna - Om Beach

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Apr 04, 2013

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    ... Lizzie would have enjoyed cricket on the beach, were the name of the game while in Gokarna, until our penultimate day when we decided we should probably explore Half Moon beach. Located 2 km from Om beach, accessed via a walk over the rocks and round the headland, this proved to be a reasonably challenging walk to make in flip flops. However, we arrived to find a small beach, almost completely deserted, bar a few travellers who, judging by the length of ...