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¤ About Arambol
ArambolARAMBOL (or Harmal) situated 32km northwest of Mapusa. Parties do occasionally happen, drawing revellers across the river from Anjuna and Vagator, but these are rare intrusions into an otherwise tranquil, out-of-the-way corner of the state. Modern Arambol is scattered around an area of high ground west of the main coast road, where most of the buses pull in. From here, a bumpy lane runs downhill, past a large school and the village church, to the more traditional end of the village, clustered under a canopy of widely spaced palm trees. The main beach lies 200m further along the lane. Strewn with dozens of old wooden fishing boats and a line of tourist café-bars, the gently curving bay is good for bathing, but much less picturesque than its neighbour around the corner. To reach "Paradise beach" , follow the track over the headland to the north. Beyond a rather insalubrious smelling, rocky-bottomed cove, the trail emerges to a broad strip of soft white sand hemmed in on both sides by steep cliffs. Behind it, a small freshwater lake extends along the bottom of the valley into a thick jungle. Hang around the banks of this murky green pond for long enough, and you'll probably see a fluorescent-yellow human figure or two appear from the bushes at its far end. Fed by boiling hot springs, the lake is lined with sulphurous mud, which, when smeared over the body, dries to form a surreal, butter-coloured shell.

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¤ Major Tourist Attractions of Arambol
» Arambol Beach - This beach in North Goa is very popular with the foreign tourists.Along the Goa border is Arambol with its fresh water lagoon.Beyond an idyllic rocky bottomed cove,the trail emerges to a broad strip of soft white sand hemmed on both sides by steep cliffs. Arambol is one such centre of attraction where one can see a mini India where people are looking for comfort and pleasure during the tourist season which starts in October with pleasant weather.

» Freshwater Lake - A small freshwater lake extends along the bottom of the valley into a thick jungle. Fed by boiling hot springs, the lake is lined.

Arambol¤ Accommodation
Arambol beach in Goa does'nt have much to offer when it comes to staying there except for one or two guesthouses here and there. So it is always better that you check in at some other place and then go visiting Arambol beach in Goa.

¤ Climate of Arambol
Arambol, also known as Harmal is situated about 17km. to the north of Chapora and about 35km. from Panaji, on the tropical west coast of Goa. The village is a traditional fishing community perhaps consisting of less than ten thousand people. Arambol is an ideal place to spend some time in total peace and tranquility. The cool sea breeze here and the swaying palm trees create a perfect holiday atmosphere".

¤ How To Reach Arambol
» Road - Buses to and from Panjim pull into Arambol every thirty minutes until noon, and every ninety minutes thereafter, at the small bus stand on the main road. A faster private minibus service from Panjim arrives daily opposite the Chai (tea) stalls at the beach end of the village.
» Boats - Boats leave here every Wednesday morning for the ninety-minute trip to the Anjuna Flea Market. Tickets should be booked in advance from the Welcome Restaurant by the beach, which also rents out motorcycles. The post office, next to the church, has a Poste Restante Box; to change money, however, one will have to head for Vagator, as Arambol's State Bank Of India has no foreign exchange facility.

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