This is the second post for #BlogchatterA2Z and #AtoZChallenge.
The frequency of Goa passing vehicles is increased as they visit the beaches in Sindhudurg. Goa is flooded with tourists in almost all seasons of the year except for monsoon as there are severe high tides in the ocean. Sindhudurg has serene, beautiful, and clean beaches.
Bhogave Beach is one of the best beaches and needs no introduction. It is nominated for the ‘Blue Flag’. “Blue Flag” is the label given to those beaches and marinas for their water quality, accessibility, and maintained by every way.
Calm beaches attract most of the crowd. I love secluded beaches, they give me the freedom to explore, get some amazing shots and enjoy the serenity. Indian beaches are often full. There are few which are worth visiting once in a lifetime. The most visited beaches are mostly in Goa. Most of them are unaware of the fact that Sindhudurg has some breathtaking beach views, untouched/raw.
How to Reach Bhogave Beach
Easiest Route from Kudal Railway Station- 25.5 km
Sawantwadi Railway Station – 44.6 km
Air Route – Goa Airport, Dabolim – 122.8 km
Sindhudurg Chipi Airport is inaugurated and will soon be accessible. Distance from Chipi Airport – 5.1
Distance Source – Google Maps.
Bhogave is a small village and there are many hotels in this area. One can stay in Pat-Parule or Bhogave area. These villages have three picturesque beaches connected nearby yet versatile in each way. Nivati Fort & Beach, Bhogave and Khavane Beach. One can check any travel websites or reach the beach and ask the locals.
Few perks of Bhogave Beach. One can meditate, calm self, de-stress, listen to waves, walk carefree on the golden sand. The beach has rock structures everywhere so please be careful while walking on the beach. It has unique shells in interesting colours. I usually collect them for my fish tank. Nature lovers will love to walk here and listen to birds chirping if one is lucky they might also get a chance to see dolphins here. They have fishing, boating and water sports on the beach. Read the first post of this
Next time you visit Bhogave Beach don’t forget to tag me in your stories 🙂