Mandrem Beach Resort

Arambol Beach, Junaswaddo, Mandrem, India
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86%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
41%
10
Very Good
25%
6
Average
20%
5
Poor
4%
1
Terrible
8%
2

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples83
  • Solo60
  • Business0

More about Mandrem Beach Resort

Mandrem Beach

by helen2006 about Dunes Holiday Village

We stayed at Dunes on Mandrem Beach for a week in January 2006. The accommodation is in beach huts which are either shared facilities (between two huts) or with an ensuite. Huts are with electricity and mosquito nets and are basic in nature. The beds are rock hard so no good if you have back problems - I don't and had trouble sleeping. We shared our hut with a variety of wildlife - lizards and rats but then they are only huts and we paid less than £8 per night so what can you expect. The restaurant at Dunes does good food, entertainment on several nights and the waiters are very friendly and helpful. Mandrem Beach is quiet with several beach shacks and Arambol is a 30 minute walk up the beach where there are more restaurants and a bit more life in the evenings. This end of Goa is relatively uncommercialised (at the moment) so if you are looking for more peace and quiet then this end is for you.

Goa's BEst Kept Secret

by ramansinghindia about Toor Resort - Mandrem Beach - Goa

I Visited goa in sep this year and landed at this unknown hotel on a secluded beach.

But was I surpriesd!!!!!! Toor Resort mandrem beach was such a fantastic surprise. The hotel was right by the beach and for the price it was a great treat. The staff was so helpful and took care of every small need of mine.

I will recomend anyone looking for a goa hotel to try and stay here. The hotel is right by a secluded beach mandrem and a short drive to baga (clubbing place).

Insted of booking via anyagen just call them or checkout the site toor.com

THANKYOU TOOR RESORT for making my trip so FUN. Swimming pool and the bar opposite the pool was great fun. Just sit in or around the pool and order drinks or just relax in the garden on a hammock.

And so close to such a beautiful & Secluded beach. Loved swimming in the warm sea everyday.

Beach Huts in north Goa

by SANJOO about Sea side eco-friendly accommodation

The nearest beach huts from Candolim would be at the northern Goa beaches of Morjim, Mandrem, and further up to Vagator and Arambol.
Decide on which beach you want to visit and then look for stay options.

Mandrem beach

by georeiser

Mandrem Beach is a nice beach, but the sand is a bit darker than f.ex Candolim and Calangute. A river flows right behind the beach, so you must cross the river on a wooden bridge to get to the beach. Mandrem Beach is more deserted than the other beaches in North Goa. And with very few beach sellers.
The village close to the beach is small with a scattered settlement.

Mandrem in Goa

by georeiser

Mandrem Beach is a nice beach, but the sand is a bit darker than f.ex Candolim and Calangute. A river flows right behind the beach, so you must cross the river on a wooden bridge to get to the beach. Mandrem Beach is more deserted than the other beaches in North Goa. Very few beach sellers.
The village close to the beach is small with a scattered settlement.

GPS coordinates:
15° 39' 52.0300" N 73° 42' 41.1600" E

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Forum Posts

Mandrem Beach?

by Ekman

How is mandrem beach???
Has anyone spent some time there?
Also how far is it from arambol beach?
please help me!
alex...

RE: Mandrem Beach?

by kingfisher20077

heehee alex chill...you sounded desperate with the "Help Me.." anyways...ive been to mandrem beach and its nice...and im not too sure on how far it is from arambol beach but the taxis are sooooooooo cheap it wont cost much..

be more specific on what you want to know.

(Tip of the day = dont buy jack *** off the beach sellers and NEVER say "maybe later"....coz they remember!!!)

RE: RE: Mandrem Beach?

by BluBluBlu

Alex,

Its about a ten minute drive south of Arambol...take a look at www.johnthemap.co.uk

Blu

RE: Mandrem Beach?

by cath1980

I've just back from Goa. Mandrem is one of the best beaches!!! It's very nice, especially the place near THE END OF THE WORLD cafe. It's approx. 10-15 min on foot from arambol

Arambol & Mandrem - a place to stay?

by emycamper

Dear All
I am a lone female traveller arriving in Goa middle October. I wish to commence my journey in the north and am hoping that someone will be able to recommend a low cost, but clean, safe and freindly guest house/hotel/cottage in either Arambol or Mandrem where I can stay for approx 2-3 weeks.
Unfortuanetly, I cannot find that many on the web and the ones I can are all quite expensive.
Many thanks,
Emily

RE: Arambol & Mandrem - a place to stay?

by Eddie101

http://www.dunesgoa.com/
Hi Emily, try a look at the above link.
OK so it's coco huts on the beach and you may think not very secure, but the owners provide safety deposit boxes to keep your valuables.
Great location, nice huts and as with most places in Goa, very friendly.
For a 3 week stay in October i would try to haggle them for 200/250rps per night.
Good luck.
Eddie

RE: RE: Arambol & Mandrem - a place to stay?

by BluBluBlu

Hi Emily,

Both Arambol...and Mandrem are cool places...no need to prebook...October is the start of the 'season'...so lots of places to stay. Just pitch up...look around...decide whats best for you!

Enjoy!

Blu

RE: RE: Arambol & Mandrem - a place to stay?

by kpoocha

hello friend both Arambol and and maderam are good but aramblol is more active and hotels are scattered through the north side , so is is very close to the see you can have see view rooms more easily and , i think itis more safe becasue every where there is people,
Kiran

accommodation in goa kerala

by almodovar

travelling to india at the beginning of november, and wanting to stay at some quiet beach front accommodation had thought of mandrem, goa, etc where my husband has been before; or had looked at kerala, same sort of thing. Simple accommodation is good, somewhere with vegetarian food, and definitely no parties, definitely looking for a chill out trip (romantic also). Really keen to book before we go rather than arrive and book, any advice? Would like to see pics before we book if possible ..

Thanks
af

RE: RE: accommodation in goa kerala

by BluBluBlu

Most places around Mandrem are simple affairs without internet...so not easy to get hold of in advance, but November is fairly quiet so you'll have no problem finding somewhere. I've not got pics of accommodation, but there are pics of the local beach in my Goa travel pages...

Blu

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Address: Arambol Beach, Junaswaddo, Mandrem, India