Adventure game fans can get their adrenaline rush with all the white water rafting centers that havebeen installed around the Mhadei River. The excursion starts with a meeting place at Valpoi, and it is a couple of kilometres south shore of Mayem. White water rafting is a superb way to combine a love of experience with a glance in the Mhadei Sanctuary. Even though the lake is amazing throughout the year, this area is the most popular during the tourist period i.e. from October to March.

The area around the lake is scenic, and the slopes are covered with woods and crazy cashews. Round the lake are vendors selling snacks and trinkets most especially coconuts and coconut water. Nature fans would be very happy to remember the Arvalem waterfall can also be situated close, as is the Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary, which boasts lots of rare plants and creatures in addition to being among the finest places to look at the biodiversity of the Western Ghats. The refuge is expecting to soon be a Tiger Reserve too, and can be accounted a fantastic spot for tiger viewing. Things to Do A day trip isn’t necessarily enough time to actually appreciate this lesser known part of Goa. Luckily the GTDC Mayem LakeView Resort is situated almost around the lake. The hotel endeavours to offer tourists with affordable yet comfortable accommodation in addition to lots of different add-ons and solutions.

Those on the watch for spiritual tourism and architecture, the famed Rudreshwar temple is found in the neighboring village of Sanquelim, close to the Arvalem caves that also have spiritual significance. The Chamundi temple in Pilligao can be worth a trip. The deity of the temple much outpacing the temple itself because it had been introduced here from Velha Goa, for safekeeping during the invasion of Malik Kafur at 1312. For the history buffs the scenic Corjuem fort, is only a brief road trip off. Set amidst the magnificent environment and picturesque vistas, this is also a excellent location for a picnic. The historical Arvalem caves can also be situated close by here.

Where to Move Set amidst the scenic surroundings of a weary Goan village, the Mayem Lake is a favorite tourist picnic in North Goa. Situated from the Bicholim Taluka of North Goa, the Mayem Lake is only a couple of kilometres east west of Mapusa, and can easily be achieved using public transportation.


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