It is an idyllic beach located near the Chapora fort. The famous Vegator beach also lies nearby. The Chapora beach is still not visited by tourists to the extent as compared with other beaches of Goa.
Thus, the beach is not spoiled by the tourist activities. The natural beauty of the beach is almost breathtaking. The white sand, blue waters, the black rocks formed by lava, and the palm and coconut trees make the beach quite picturesque. The Chapora Fort on the top of the hills is highly majestic and the green hills give a beautiful background to the beach. The nature lovers may feel like coming here to relax in the lap of nature.
The Chapora river and the Arabian sea further add to the charm of the beach. There are many fishing boats. The little boats in various colours make the sea look even more beautiful. The seafood lovers may get plenty of fresh fish from here.
Going beyond the Chapora fishing village, you will find a number of eateries. This side of the North Goa is somewhat unexplored. There are watering-holes as well. The beach is a perfect place for those who feel like relaxing quietly, away from the noise of the cities.
More on Chapora Beach
Best Time to Visit Chapora Beach
It is in between November and March.
Stay Near Chapora Beach
There are a number of economical accommodations and beautiful homestays. There are several hostels for backpackers including Dreams, Jungle and Folklore.
San Diego International Airport
Please arrive by 10:20 AM for a prompt departure at 10:50 AM