This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you are better prepared for what to expect, what not to expect and can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Majorda. To help you make friends with Majorda before you visit, we've included a few helpful and fun things you should know about the area. Enjoy!
Majorda, Goa, India, is a tiny beach town just south of the International airport in Goa, India. It is one of the first beaches to visit in the famed southern region of the coastal state of Goa. This beach town is popular amongst travelers due to its proximity to the airport and world-famous twenty-six-kilometer-long, white sand beach. Here, you’ll find a bohemian vibe as the beach is surrounded by traditional Indian villages.
Goa is famous for its Portuguese influence, so make sure to save a day during your trip to Majorda to explore the local architecture, including the beautiful Mother of God Church and nearby Old Goa. Hostels in Majorda, Goa, India, can help you arrange for a taxi for day trips or a moped rental so you can zip around the Goa coastline.
The resort town of Majorda is home to many upscale eateries located directly on the sand and several budget hostels in Majorda, Goa, India. Yet this beach is not the most lively in Goa; travelers usually only stay here for a day or two before moving to more popular beaches in the north and south. Majorda, Goa, India hostels will help you book your transportation to your next destination in Goa via taxi, train, or bus. The train station is only ten minutes from the Margao Konkan Railway Station and fifteen minutes from Dabolim International Airport, both of which can be reached via taxi for an affordable rate.
Majorda, Goa, India hostels offer a variety of activities including nightlife, markets, and day trips to the Dudhsagar waterfall or the Harvalem waterfall. Hostels in Majorda, Goa, India, will also be able to make personal recommendations for whatever you want to do during your holiday, including water sports, Ayurveda massages, traditional Indian cooking classes, and dance shows. Goans are known for their lovely hospitality, coining the phrase, "Guest is god," so you will certainly have a friendly experience at any Majorda, Goa, India hostel.
Written by local enthusiast for Majorda hostelsLola