Address: Post Bhupnath, Tarkarli, Maharashtra, 416606, India | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by backpackinbawds on Nov 10, 2013

      13 photos

      Feeling like sardines squeezed in four different impossibly crowded public buses, we arrived in Arambol. Unlike Palolem, it was a little bit of a hike to find the beach from where the bus dropped us off, especially with our ~30lbs packs. We started walking down the beach and didn't even make it to the third beach hut before Bobby from Buddha Village flagged us down. The place had a good vibe, comfy bed, shower and free wifi for 500 Rupees a night - sold! There was a great crew ...

      Relaxing in peaceful Mandrem

      A travel blog entry by ann_ho on Feb 10, 2013

      3 comments, 62 photos

      ... as well as good wifi and a nice large airy cafe with super high roof so that it was breezy and shaded all the time. I think there was only one day out of 11 that we didn't eat or drink here!

      We also enjoyed relaxing in many arty cafes, making the most of the hippy creative vibe to wind down and relax as we sipped on our fresh water melon, mint and cucumber juice or honey cake with fresh lemonade. One of the most gourmet experiences we had was at ...

      Coastal hamlet and the most beautiful beach

      A travel blog entry by sandeepachetan on Apr 28, 2012

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... was being prepared.

      The convenient thing about Tarkarli is, almost every house along the road to the beach is a homestay. We stayed at one such place called Malvani Pahunchar(Hospitality of Malvan). Its run by the Karalakr family. Its a simple place, with just the basics, but its clean and airy, surrounded by trees. So you hear the birds chirping all the time. Right outside our window was a Kokam tree, we could see the ripe purple fruits hanging, about to fall. The ...

      Sun, Sand and a crazy Yoga dude

      A travel blog entry by tommy on Apr 03, 2012

      7 photos

      I wasted little time in packing up and heading to Arambol, about 6 towns north of Calangute. It's much smaller than Calangute and has a real Hippie/backpacker vibe going on. There are still the beach huts, but they're fewer and much more laid back. There's also a quiet beach to the north separated by a steep headland. I quickly found a nice guesthouse on the south side of the headland looking back down Arambol beach. Unlike the place I stayed in Calangute, this didn't ...

      Konkan Road trip

      A travel blog entry by rakesh_r2 on Jan 12, 2012

      22 photos

      ... meant to be a travell trip-we wanted to enjoy ourt trip-so we decided to plan out for "Goa"-4 din full njoy karo-daaru aur beach.
      we started to come in like we were 15-20 people for the trip...all exited-the planning began in November-2011...
      but in the Final planning it was later decided that Goa be dropped,and Tarkarli be the final Tarkarli it was.