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  • A paradise away from the bustling metro city life, Goa is a haven surrounded by lush green flora and beautiful beaches. Even though Goa is popular mainly for its beaches, cuisine and clubs, trekking in Goa may just be the new beach getaway option you must explore.

    With expansive views of green and breath-taking waterfalls hidden within the heart of Goa, trekking in Goa will unravel these exotic destinations. Popular trekking places in Goa include the Dudhsagar Falls, Ravan Dongor Peak, Neuti and Arambol beaches.

    Trek to Dudhsagar Waterfalls

    The Dudhsagar waterfalls at nearly 1017 ft tall, is one of the most popular trekking places in Goa. ‘Dudhsagar’, literally translates to ‘Sea of Milk’, owing to its pristine white water that descends over several levels to meet at the bottom, forming a picturesque view. Prepare for quite a bit of travel to this location as the waterfall is positioned on the border of Karnataka and Goa on the Mandovi River.

    This uphill trek along the railway tracks is accompanied with a journey through the tropical forests and overgrown trails. End this trek with a cool dip in one of the natural swimming holes.

    Uphill Trek to Ravan Dongor Peak

    At 3000 feet above sea level, the Ravan Dongor Peak Trek is one of those lesser known trekking places in Goa. Perfect for seasoned trekkers, the Ravan Dongor Peak is known to be the third highest peak in the state. This upward journey through lush green flora and tropical trees offers beautiful views of the Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary from the peak.

    Spectacular views of the vast ocean on a clear sunny day complete this experience, while the natural swimming pool at the bottom of the peak will leave you feeling refreshed as the journey ends here. If you are someone who likes to explore the city at ease, then you would surely enjoy our cycling trips in Goa.

    Ocean trek to Neuti

    Among the lesser known trekking places in Goa, is the Neuti beach ocean trek. Home to the historic Neuti fort constructed by Shivaji, this day trek offers serene views of the Arabian Sea while trailing along the hillside to uncover smaller coves and estuaries in the area. The rich tropical surroundings are coupled with views of the Vengurla Rocks and Bhogwe beach.

    This trip starts off with a light breakfast while local refreshments will be provided to cool you off as the trek progresses. While ocean treks make for the perfect adventure, you might also want to check out some of the best things to do in Goa while you’re here.

    Ocean Trek in Arambol

    A must visit destination when trekking in Goa, Arambol beach trek is a great trip for adventure lovers and explorers alike. The beauty of this downhill trek lies in its journey through the orchards of cashew trees in an almost perfect weather that leads out to the beach. You will experience magnificent views of the Arabian Sea as well as be able to take a refreshing dip in the smaller freshwater lakes around the sea.

    Away from the hustle of commercial beaches in Goa, this destination also offers paragliding. While trekking in Goa is enjoyable all-year-round, the monsoons are considered ideal for this trek as the warm air and surrounding greens make it one not to miss.

    If this sounds like something you would enjoy, be sure to check out popular beach treks in Goa.

    Trekking In goa Trek Summary

    • State: Goa
    • Nearest city: Panjim
    • Total days: 1- 2 days
    • Grade: Easy
    • Max altitude:3000 feet
    • Total distance:10 km
    • Season: All year around, monsoon is special
    • Avg temperature: 25 to 35 degrees Celsius
  • One-Day Ocean Trek to Neuti Beach

    Sketch itinerary:

    • Start point: Porvorim
    • End point: Porvorim
    • Day start time: 07:00 AM
    • Trekking distance: 10 km
    • Trekking time: 08 hrs
    Detailed itinerary:

    You will be picked up from the designated point at Porvorim from where this one-day trek commences. From here, you shall embark on a drive to Kochra-Shriram Wadi; a small village between Malvan and Vengurla. Before the trek begins, participants will enjoy a quick breakfast snack and tea at Kochra-Shriram Wadi.

    The trek starts with a walk along a hilly path that oversees the ocean where along the way, you will discover a hidden beach enclosed in a cove. As you trek downhill, you will uncover smaller beaches and break briefly for some refreshing nimbu paani.

    Trek further crossing a small tidal estuary to arrive at your destination, Neuti Beach. Savour authentic coastal flavours with a Malvani lunch followed by cool coconut water to complete this scenic seaside experience.

    Post lunch you are free to explore the beach and it's beautiful surroundings. Enjoy a dip in the ocean or walk up the Neuti Fort where you will be treated to views of the Vengurla Rocks and Bhogwe beach.

    By 15:30 hrs the group will trek back to Kochra-Shriram Wadi, where you will enjoy a quick bite along with some hot tea. From here you will head back to Porvorim in your vehicles with some great memories of the day to talk about.

    Inclusions:

    This one-day trek package includes transport from Porvorim to Kochra-Sriram Wadi and back, as well as trek guide and group leader fees. Meals and refreshments will be served based on the package selected. Services of an experienced trek guide and crew are included. All taxes are included.

    Exclusions:

    This package does not cover transport to and from Porvorim. Any personal expenses encountered during the treks, including tips shall be borne by you. Insurance is not included. Any personal expenses such as beverages, extra meals, etc. are not included in the meals, nor are any kind of expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like landslides, roadblocks, strikes, etc. Lastly, anything that is not mentioned in the inclusions will be charged on an additional basis, as used.

    One-Day Ocean Trek to Arambol Beach

  • Best time to go/Weather

    While trekking in Goa is favourable all year round, beach treks like the Arambol Ocean Trek are enjoyable during the monsoons. Water sports like kayaking, scuba diving and snorkelling are perfect outdoor activities during the summers here. During the winter you can also explore the city through cycling and motorbiking tours to various locales.

  • Trekking in Goa - Route Map / Altitude Map

  • Trekking in Goa - Frequently Asked Questions

    What will the weather be like on the treks?

    Goa has lovely weather all year through; however, it is advisable to familiarise yourself with the weather depending on the season you plan to visit. You can expect a slightly warmer and humid climate on ocean treks.

    As a first-time trekker what should I keep in mind?

  • Getting There

    Most ocean treks will have transport provided from the pick-up point which is Porvorim. You can get to the pick-up point via public or private transport which will need to be arranged by you.

    What To Wear

    While the climate during the treks will be pleasant, it is recommended that you wear long sleeved shirts/t-shirts as well as long pants such as jeans, to avoid being scratched by thorny bushes as your make your way through varying surroundings. Be sure to wear comfortable hiking/trekking shoes and carry a change of clothes along with.

    What To Carry

    Although bottled water will be provided on the treks, we recommend carrying a travel-friendly water bottle and waterproof backpack to store all your essentials for the trip. Make sure to bring along appropriate swimwear and a towel or napkin as you will make pit-stops at smaller natural swimming holes during the treks. Do include a pair of sunglasses and a cap as well as sunscreen for added protection on the trek

    Preparation/Fitness

    Unlike high-altitude treks, trekking in Goa does not require a prior medical fitness test to be conducted, as the journeys are more relaxed with necessary breaks and refreshments provided along the way.