Butterfly Beach – How to Reach Butterfly Beach
It’s not a beach it’s a heaven on earth it’s a Gem in Goa, it’s a lovely beach with clean blue water That’s Goa Beach the Butterfly beach. You will surely be amazed to see the calmness, serenity, and peacefulness there. It’s a secluded beach but tourists throng there from other beaches in boats.
I would call it a hidden land of adventure a beach worth exploring. Watch the Dolphin Sightings, Species of butterflies, goldfish, crabs, and the beautiful sun setting.
Takes an effort to reach but once you are there it is worth the effort, therefore go for it go Goa go.
How to reach there? Firstly, forget about going by car because to reach the beach some trekking is required, I would call it mini trekking. Since the beach is small and you have to pass through man-made kind of narrow or bushy road. I would say a mini jungle trekking.
Therefore, there is no proper road available presently after the main highway road. Firstly, the road leading to the beach is narrow and dense sand and rocks/stones up to the beach.
In case you are planning to go by car, you will have to park the car somewhere in between and then walk a distance of about 30 min.
The second option is or I should mention the preferred way is to take a ferry/boat ride from Palolem or Agonda beach
It’s a private kind of beach in a shape of a Butterfly hence, named after a Butterfly it’s a very photogenic beach.
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Carry along all your basic requirements since there is nothing available on the way, not even water as there are no shops and no shacks on the beach. If you have small kids along then you should avoid visiting this beach by trekking due to the traveling hazards.
Also, I would highly recommend not to visit this beach during the monsoon seasons since it is a forested area and it would be a very thickly area during the rains and smudgy as well.
There is a boat service also available from Palolem beach or from Agonda beach, they charge between Rs. 500-1000 per head. The boat ride is worth taking if you want to watch the Dolphins jumping on the way. Very close to Butterfly beach lies Honeymoon beach commonly meant for lovers. And if you desire you can also visit the Agonda Beach
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I began my journey on my bike fromMargao (South Goa) via national highway number 66, way to Karwar. On my way, first I reached
Explore the other nearest attractions once you are in there
Galji baga beach
Carry own tent
Ensure you have with you 4-5 liters of water
Make sure you have enough food as there are no shops around as it is a dense area
Carry extra clothes
Learning few Konkani Words helps a lot when in Goa.