Kalacha Beach in North Goa is one of the most important points of interest to Indian tourists and foreigners
Kalacha Beach is also called Paliem Beach. It is celebrated for its pleasant crisp water tidal pond named Vagkolam or Sweet water Lake, which is close to the shore at the finish of the shoreline.
This crisp water tidal pond is genuinely disconnected and mainstream among the outside voyagers.
Kalacha Beach is a little shoreline situated toward the south of Querim Beach. According to the neighborhood conviction, the shoreline was found by the flower children during the 1960s. Encompassed by rough territory and soak bluffs, this shoreline is prominent for its beautiful excellence.
The Kalacha shoreline is staggeringly delightful with its silver and brilliant powder sand and is fixed with palm and coconut trees. This shoreline is an increasingly unexplored and calmer shoreline when contrasted with the Arambol. The shoreline must be come to by foot by going for a stroll along the north of Arambol shoreline.
Toward the north of the Kalacha shoreline is a high peak which is a most loved spot among the sightseers for Para floating and hang coasting. The shoreline has few shacks where one can discover something to eat.
Best Time to Visit: October to March.