Mobor Beach is actually an extension of the Cavelossim Beach, and is regarded as the southern part of it. This beach is one of the noisiest and crowded beaches of Goa. This beach witnesses bustling activity and happening parties throughout the year. The beach is dotted with a variety of food stalls called “shacks”, which provide tasty food to the visitors.
Best Time to Visit:
Mobor Beach can be visited all through the year. However, the best time to visit the beach is between the months of September and March.
Places to Stay:
There are many luxury hotels and resorts near the beach. Holiday Inn Resort, the Leela, Veeniola Holiday Home and Bamboo House are some good accommodation options near the beach.
Places to Eat:
There is no dearth of restaurants and refreshment stalls near the beach. There are a number of restaurants and stalls which offer lip-smacking dishes and snacks from different cuisines. Fisherman’s Wharf, Golden Eye restaurant, Mike’s Palace and Joe’s River Cove are some famous restaurants near the beach where tourists can enjoy delicious food.
Tourists can enjoy a number of beach activities including speed boat rides, jet-ski, water skiing, banana bump rides, wind surfing and parasailing. Apart from these water sports, tourists can also enjoy biking.
How to Reach:
It is easy to reach Mobor Beach as it is well-connected to major parts of the country and the world. The nearest airport to Mobor Beach is Dabolim which is set at a distance of 40km. Madgaon in Margao city is the nearest railway station to Mobor Beach which is set at a distance of 1km. On reaching the railway station, tourists can take taxi or bus to reach the beach. You can also take pre-paid taxis which are available at both the railway station and airport. There is also an option of renting a vehicle on per day basis (scooter, bike, car or jeep) which tourists can choose as per their convenience.