arambolThe Arambol beach is just a walking distance from the Keri beach. The Portuguese interpretation of the name of the village “Hamal” gave Arambol its present name. Apart from the usual run of activities, the beach provides options like body painting, t’ai chi and yoga.A walk down the south of Keri beach takes you to Arambol. It can be reached from either Pernem to the east or Morjim to the south.

arambolAt a distance of just about 200m from the sea is a small freshwater lake near the Waghcolomb Hill. Taking a dip in the lake after a sea bath can be a good idea, as it would wash away the salt off the body. At the foothill, there is a small beach called Pallem. A short walk from the Arambol junction is Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church.

To the north of Arambol, on the opposite shore, is Tiracol Fort. You can take a feri from Keri to reach here.Situated on the northernmost tip of Goa, the fort’s sturdy walls offer a wonderful view of the Keri and Arambol beaches. The fort has now been converted to an upmarket hotel – Fort Tiracol Heritage Hotel. The fort also houses the Church of St. Anthony.

There are hotels & houses for tourists. Most of the hotels are here in north. There are a few places here that offer great seafood. Most of these are located on the busy road towards the beach.The nightlife in Arambol is rocking with many nightbirds living here. Some option available here are Indian classical music and dance.