An unparalleled destination, Goa is where millions of tourists from every corner of the world flock each year to soak in the sunshine and so much more. Goa’s appeal is marked by stunning beaches, swaying palm trees, white sand and sparkling waters. Ruled by the Portuguese for almost 500 years, you can feel the influence of colonial rule in Goa’s architecture, culture and delectable cuisine.
In a beautiful corner of north Goa is the village of Morjim. Morjim beach or the famous "Turtle Beach" is a nesting sanctuary for the Olive Ridley turtles. Watching the turtles and their hatchlings migrate towards the sea is an unforgettable experience, not to be missed during the nesting season from November through to March. Though Goa tries to move with the world, this quaint little village still has retained the feel of old Goa, rich with history and culture.
On an isolated part of the Morjim beach is the Pam’s Pirache Resort, a unique eco-friendly resort. You get an endless view of the sea from the cottages and restaurant. Each cottage has its own sit-out Gazebo overlooking the beach and is fully equipped for the modern-day traveler. There are also air-conditioned standard rooms with attached bath rooms. The rooms are well-maintained and alluringly inviting with tasteful interior décor. Pam’s Pirache Resort is the perfect destination for honeymooners, couples, families or holidaymakers.
Whether you want to bring in the New Year in this tropical paradise or wish to visit during any other time, we give you a 50% discount on 1N/2D accommodation for 2 at the gorgeous Pam’s Pirache Resort in Morjim!
Things to do on Morjim Beach
Turtle watch during
moonlit nights (best from November to March)
Go fishing in the
Chapora river, or day river cruise in a houseboat
Visit the historical
Terekhol Fort, Chapora Fort and Fort Aguada
Shop at the Anjuna Flea
Market (Wednesday), Arpora Saturday Night market and the Friday Market at