Morjim beach is an isolated beach situated on the north side of the mouth of Chapora river estuary. It could be seen from the Chapora fort as a vacation spot that has extends of unfilled sand with a ton of palms and casuarinas trees out of sight. The beach is likewise recommended for viewing sea birds. It is popular among Eastern European tourists.
Morjim beach is a regular choice for Olive Ridley turtles for breeding. The hatchlings might be spotted effectively throughout the nesting season, which lasts from November to March. It is an unusual sight to see see the little hatchlings go from their homes to the ocean.
Tourist Attractions – Places to See in Morjim Beach
Seeing the Olive Ridley turtles and their hatchlings is an extraordinary experience. This happens only occasionally. In any case, touching the eggs or hatch-lings is a punishable offense.
Things to do at Morjim Beach
Except for eating, drinking and relaxing on the beach, tourists at the Morjim beach can enjoy Water sports and trips, fishing and dolpin sigthing, with local fishermen.
Location of Morjim Beach
Morjim beach is located in Pernem, is the southernmost beach in Goa. Panaji is 30 km away and The Pernem Railway Station is 20 km away from Morjim Beach. The closest airport is Dabolim Airport which is at a distance of 55 kms from the beach. Mapusa is 13 kms and Margao is 60 kms from the Morjim beach.
How to Reach Morjim Beach
Prepaid taxis might be taken from the airport and the railway station to Morjim Beach. Buses are few, and one needs to get them dependent upon their timings.
Accommodation in Morjim Beach (Hotels and Resorts)
Accommodation is not a problem in Morjim Beach as tents, beach houses, tree houses and log cabins are available.