Time on the beach

We offer excursions to some of the most popular beaches within proximity of our southern Indian volunteer worksites.  These include:

Agonda Beach which is perfect for those looking to get away from it all. It's quite and relatively uncrowded.

Anjuna Beach was once home to the hippies. Most of them have now moved on but their legacy remains. The Wednesday Anjuna Beach flea market is bigger than ever, and after the day is over, the crowds descend on the shacks along Anjuna beach to listen to psychedelic trance as the sun sets.

Arambol Beach has become the new hippie haven. Once a small fishing village, it's now full of long term travelers. Here there are plenty of alternative therapists in meditation, yoga, tai chi, and reiki.

Baga & Calangute Beaches.  Calangute Beach is the busiest and most commercial beach in Goa. Baga Beach starts right where Calangute ends, Baga beach is a bit less crowded and better developed than Calangute. A wide range of water sports are on offer. If you feel like indulging yourself with some fine food and wine, there are many upmarket restaurants in the area too.

Benaulim Beach is a short distance south of Colva Beach, but there's a huge contrast between the two. Known for its fishing industry, it's a beautiful and laid back stretch of beach.

Candolim Beach is lined with shacks and bars, which back onto scrub covered sand dunes. It's a lively beach that has managed to retain its cleanliness, and even peacefulness in some areas.

Chapora & Vagator Beach, north of Anjuna, is the center of Goa's trance party scene. The beach itself is located at the bottom of a steep cliff, and is divided into three sections.

Colva Beach is a favorite amongst domestic Indian tourists.

Source http://goindia.about.com/od/whattosee/tp/goa-beaches.htm