The Keri beach otherwise called Querim Beach is a quite beach. The charm of this unassuming beach lies in its moderate pace, as if time has been magically frozen on an immaculate day. Keri beach is moderately little yet millions vacationer mobs, in addition to the group of wonderful Casurina trees that align the beach. The beach oozes an exceptionally hippy vibe. Encompassing the beach are meditation and spiritual centers as well as health bistros and shops that gives the beach an extremely quiet and serene touch.
The beach additionally overlooks the delightful Tiracol or Terekhol fort built over a peak back in the sixteenth century. The fort today is operational as a legacy hotel. Behind the Keri beach there is a little, provincial town which is a glorious spot to explore with its green paddy fields, temples, giant banyans and exotic birds.
The Keri beach could be accessed from Arambol and there are a couple of shacks and restaurants that serve nearby crisp seafood here. Likewise for convenience there are a couple of thatched huts.
One can likewise appreciate a lots of water games at the Querim beach and even go paragliding. The beach is however not safe for swimming and one ought to abstain from swimming close to the mouth of the Tiracol estuary.
Tourist Attractions – Places to See in Keri Beach
Things to do at Keri Beach
Keri beach offers very few activities except eating, drinking and chill axing on the beach. Many of the other North Goa beaches, sights and things to do are within easy reach from Querim beach.
Location of Keri Beach
Keri beach is situated to the North of Arambol Beach and South of the Tirekhol River in Goa. It is harshly about 40 miles off Panaji adorning the tip of Goan coastline and generally more modest and wiry in comparison to the other beaches in Goa.
Road Distance or driving distance from Keri Beach to Arambol Beach is 55 kms. Dabolim airport, the only airport in Goa, is approx. 70 km’s from Querim and the nearest railway station is Pernem railway station or Thivim railway station near Mapusa. The nearest Kadamba bus stand is in central Mapusa. To reach Querim from Mapusa or Pernem you can continue by local bus or taxi.
How to Reach Keri Beach
If you are on a bike, head towards Arambol and afterward proceed past the petrol station, uncovering left to re-join the coast. On arriving Keri village, head left to get to the beach or proceed to the ship crossing. The north side of the beach, as well as Terekhol Fort across the water can be reached from here. Buses run between Mapusa and Arambol at regular intervals or so. From Arambol the taxis/rickshaws to Keri should cost no more than a few hundred Rupees. Alternatively it is possible to walk to Keri from Arambol along the coast, though the terrain is difficult at times as you are clambering over rocky headland.
Accommodation in Keri Beach (Hotels and Resorts)
Fort Tiracol is a luxurious retreat near the Keri beach. The boutique hotel offers large rooms with exquisite views and facilities. There are other hotels nearby where you can put up for a couple of days.