On the other side of the Chapora fort in North Goa, near the famous beach parties of Vagator, lies the idyllic Chapora beach. Being a lesser known beach of Goa, this coastal secret is a treasure trove of natural beauty, with a serene combination of white sands, turquoise waters, black lava rocks, and fringes of coconut and palm trees. The allure of Chapora beach is magnified by the connection of the Chapora river with the magnificent Arabian Sea. A trawler-fishing jetty is located on the shores display colourful little fishing boats docked here.
Located past the charming fishing village of Chapora, one is taken through a delightful route of eateries, watering-holes and numerous budget-accommodation locations as they manoeuvre through the road to reach this relatively unexplored side of North Goa. It is the perfect beach for those looking to lay low and soak in the coastal magnificence away from the noise of the crowds present across Goa.
Air: he nearest airport that is the Dabolim airport of Goa is approximately 43 km away from the beach. From the airport, you can go to Panaji from where it takes about 30 minutes to reach the destination.
Rail: The nearest railway station is Karmali which is 11 km away from Panaji from where you need to choose your option that will take you to the beach. You need to hire a pre-paid taxi or car to reach the beach.
Road: You can take various routes by road to reach the Chapora beach. The Vagator beach which is very close to the Chapora beach is at the Distance of 9 km from Mapusa. You can hire a bike or a cab to the beach. From Panaji and Mapusa regular buses are available for the beach.
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