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Swimming and sunbathing are obvious choices, but the lengthy beach is equally inviting for long walks and jogging.

There are many opportunities to enjoy yoga, meditation and Ayurvedic treatments, including workshops and training courses.

You can rent sea kayaks or boats for excursions to other bays for picnicking or snorkelling. With a bit of luck it is possible to spot dolphins and sometimes even turtles as they lay their eggs, or later as the offspring hatch. Diving is also offered in the south

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Horse-riding is also offered.



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Excursions to Palolem or Chaudi, especially on Saturdays for the market, provide a change of scene. Also Madgaon, Patnem, Calgibaga, Capo de Rama and many more places are worth a short visit.

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Also worth recommending are daytrips to the world-famous and world’s largest hippy flea market in Anjuna, or to the atmospheric Saturday nightmarket in Arpora, also to the Dudhsagar Waterfalls, or to the junglecamp to see the elephants.

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We have reliable and trustworthy taxi and rickshaw drivers, and gladly help with arranging these. Equally so with the hire of scooters or motorbikes, for which an international driving licence is required.


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There are trips lasting several days to Gokarna, a famous pilgrimage destination in Karnataka, with the famous Ohmbeach, or to Hampi, a wonderful and magical place.

 

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Hampi is an historic location in the Indian state of Karnataka. From circa 1343 until 1565, Hampi was the capital city of the Kingdom of Vijayanagar. At the height of its power, Vijayanagar - considered to be the last great Hindu empire - controlled almost all of southern India. Its capital at its peak is thought to have had around 200,000, or according to other estimations even 500,000, inhabitants. Today Hampi is only a village of 2,134  (last count 2001), but is still absolutely worth seeing.  Hampi is an Unesco World Heritage site since 1986 .

 

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