Life at the Agonda Beach
The Agonda village is surrounded by a lush green cover of about 120 acres of forest land. A sleepy, village life is easily tangible once you enter the Agonda village. The Agonda village lives it life at a much easier and sedate pace as compared to the other beach front villages nearby. Villagers working in the emerald green paddy fields, fishermen drying their catch and a passing whiff of the Goan 'Fenny', is what you feel and experience when in Agonda.
Agonda Beach - Cabo De Rama
Cabo De Rama is now the ruins of an ancient fort which houses the beautiful church of Santo Antonio and offers spectacular views of the sea. The way climbing up the hill is in itself a picturesque treat.
Agonda Beach - Getting There
The best way of course, is to just give a call to us at +91 99 234 82112 and we will arrange for your pick up from the Goa Airport/Railway station. The cost of pickup to Agonda will be reasonably priced and you will land up straight at the Agonda huts.
You can also take a taxi from Margao railway station or the Airport. It is advisable that you negotiate before hiring the vehicle. From Chaudi, the nearest town, a taxi should cost you Rs. 150. Almost same price for a taxi from the Canacona railways station.
If you are already there in Palolem and would like to stay in Agonda, let us know and we will help you in getting the bikes/scooters. If you are staying with us at our Om Sai Guest House, transfers to the Agonda Goa beach huts are offered free of charge.
Local buses run from Chaudi(Canacona) to Agonda throughout the day stopping at the T-junction near the church though some buses stop only at the bus stop on the road between Chaudi and the Cabo De Rama fort at the Agonda junction. A small walk of 1.5 kms by foot takes you to the Agonda beach where you would find the Om Sai beach cottages.