Galgibaga is among the least frequented beaches in the South of Goa, there are not any beach shacks like you will find around the majority of the additional Goan beaches. However there’s a hotel where you can enjoy a peaceful and pleasant stay, away from the crowds and the bustle of the remainder of the country.
The seas in the region are proven to be rather rough and not necessarily safe to swim in, therefore care is advised when heading out for a dip. The most well-known element of Galgibaga is the nesting ground of the Olive Ridley turtles that’s protected area in the northern end of this shore. The authorities of Goa is doing a sterling job of protecting both the turtles habitat and nesting region at this shore and in Agonda and Morjim, both other beaches that are frequented from the Olive Ridley turtles. Just like most other beaches in Goa.
The best time to visit is in winter months from October to March, once the weather is agreeable as well as the seas aren’t as rough. In the summertime, regardless of the warmth the shores continue to be a wonderful spot to be. Throughout the monsoon month that the shores tend to be less frequented since the seas are rough with dangerous undercurrents and inclement weather.
It’s all about 58km from Colva, with its popular beach hotel in South Goa and 52km from Margao, the cultural capital of Goa. The silent Galgibaga shore is South Goa is maybe one of several hidden treasures which Goa has abandoned. The shore is famous among the 3 areas in Goa which form the nesting