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5 Eco-Friendly properties Not to Miss in Goa


 

People love Goa for lots of reasons. The parties, the beaches, the old buildings, and the yummy food make it a top spot for vacations.

But one thing that makes Goa extra special is how close it is to nature. Beyond the busy tourist spots, you'll find untouched beaches and peaceful villages. This hidden side of Goa is perfect for people who love nature and want to travel responsibly.


 

1. Bhakti Kutir, South Goa:



Bhakti Kutir is a must-see on any list of eco-friendly resorts. The picturesque resort is situated on two acres of land surrounded by tropical forest, just five minutes from Palolem Beach in South Goa. Bhakti Kutir is one of the Canacona area's oldest and most established resorts, with a long history as a tourist destination.Rooms to choose from: The most beautiful huts to stay in are the single- or double-story bamboo and wood huts (Cabana style). Don't worry about booking because the resort has a total of 22 comparable cottages.

 

Cost: INR 1700/night approximately.

 

2. Elsewhere, North Goa

 

 

The property is located in North Goa and has four traditional cottages built over a 500 yard length. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea on one side and Otter Creek on the other three. The century-old cottages are outfitted with contemporary amenities.

Rooms to Choose: The cottages are a lovely place to stay. If you want to sleep outside, there are creek-facing tents made of silk and draped canvas.


Cost: Depends on the season


3. The Palm Tree, South Goa



The Palm Tree is an Ayurvedic heritage that provides a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. The Palm Tree, located in Canacona, South Goa, is a calm and peaceful eco-resort nestled among Patnem's beautiful coconut trees. It is ideal for anyone seeking a truly authentic Goan experience. Rooms to Choose: All of the cottages are equally wonderful.


Cost: INR 1700/room approximately.

 

4. Khaama Kethna Ecological Village, South Goa



The Khaama Kethna Ecological Village is an eco-resort in South Goa, nestled between Palolem and Uganda in the jungle. The eco-resort was developed in 2005 by a German couple who wanted to provide an alternative way of life in South Goa through organic farming. The resort uses fresh fruit, cashews, and herbs, and all structures are made of bamboo, clay, stones, and leaves. Rooms to Choose: The deluxe treehouse would be the most interesting type of room to stay in.


Cost: INR 3250 per night approximately. Website address: https://khaamakethna.com/

 

5. Circle, North Goa

 


It is almost impossible to articulate the beauty of the property into words because Circle is an experience beyond words. The property blending old charm with eco-friendliness. This 100+-year-old villa has been restored carefully to keep its original style and be kind to the environment. Architect Keith Menon from Spiro Spero led the restoration project, making sure to reduce waste.

Surrounded by greenery on 2 acres, Circle Goa is a peaceful spot. It has 10 big bedrooms and two of them come with a private plunge pools. Plus, you can enjoy yummy local food in its outdoor dining areas. It's a cozy place to relax and soak in Goan vibes! and family size.


Rooms to choose: The resort offers a variety of rooms from Jr. Suite with Private Pool Double Room with Patio, Jr. Suite w/ Garden View, King Studio and Two Bedroom Suite perfect for family size.


Cost Depends on the season


Goa can be many things, but one of the best things that Goa has to offer are these eco-friendly resorts that help you unwind and rejuvenate while connecting with nature and yourself.


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