Divas, Alila and the Goa

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Goa is always fun and fascinating. It charms you everytime. So has been my second trip to Majorda beach in South Goa, albeit a short one. This time around, it was to test drive ZICA from Tata Motors on the streets of South Goa from Majorda to Verna, in an event put together by Indiblogger for 60 bloggers from across India. Although couldn’t get any time on beach at sunset or sunrise, but still had some lasting impressions. Few of them put here together-

Beach of fun-filled activities

Majorda Beach

Flying high in seas of Goa



Waiting for the tourists

Majorca Beach2

Under watchful eyes!


Man in Red!

Beach Patrol

This is no way to patrol!

Beach cycling

Some sort of playing fun on beach!

Beach volleyball aka football

Catching everything in the frame!

Beach Silhouette

When in Goa, don’t hurry for a curry!

Goa & curry

Our host in Majorda was beautiful Alila Diwa Goa, a luxury resort amidst coconut trees and paddy fields and not far from beach, though not exactly on beach. Some of the images of the hotel were very striking- Alila Diwa1

The reception area

Alila Diwa2

The night lights!

Alila Diwa3

The alley to the south block

Alila Diwa4

Alila Diwa5

The reflections!

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Alila DiwaGoa never fails to entertain. It flows like a river, somewhere inside you!!

Goa river


  1. Alok Singhal says:

    Great gallery. I read about the event on multiple sites, it seemed awesome!

    1. swamiupendra says:

      It really was, Alok. Thanks a lot.

  2. Uncle Spike says:

    Long time since I was there… bit too commercial for my liking I guess; Kerala was more laid back I think. Perhaps I need to resample both 🙂

    1. swamiupendra says:

      Absolutely Spikey! Goa is far more commercial than Kerala, since all tourists coming to Goa are for just its beaches. Kerala has many beaches which are far from tourist chaos.

      1. Uncle Spike says:

        Their different cultural histories have had a huge impact too I think.

      2. swamiupendra says:

        Quite true. Cultural as well as political.

  3. Ami Bhat says:

    Lovely pictures…

    1. swamiupendra says:

      Thanks a lot Ami. Goa itself makes things lovely.

  4. beautiful images… loved the way you have composed them…

    1. swamiupendra says:

      Thanks Prasad ji. Nice to have some appreciation from a seasoned blogger like you!

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