Morjim is a quaint little town in North Goa, located on the northern bank of the Chapora River Estuary. Morjim is also home to a variety of migratory birds and serves as the nesting site for the Olive Ridley sea turtle.

The town also has a large concentration of Russian immigrants and is rightly labelled ‘Little Russia’. Listed below are a few things that you can enjoy during your trip to Morjim.

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A visit to Morjim Beach

Morjim Beach is one of the primary attractions and is regularly listed as one of the must-visit beaches in Goa. This beach is recognized as one of the most pristine beaches in Goa where you can enjoy marvellous sunrises and sunsets. The beach is also dotted with several local restaurants where you can relish authentic Goan delicacies. In addition, the beach also serves as the nesting ground for the Olive Ridley sea turtle. Come, enjoy a wonderful experience at one of the best places to visit in Morjim.

Participate in Watersports

Visitors can satiate their adrenaline rush with a multitude of watersport activities available in Morjim. Watersports are among the more popular things to do in Morjim. These include flyboarding, jet skiing and surfing. And guess what, these activities are quite pocket-friendly too!

If you are new to jet skiing, you can take a few lessons which will cover the basics of the activity. You can also enjoy the surfing scene in Morjim. It is known to be a surfer’s paradise and one can find waves 3-5 feet high from September through January. During high tides, these waves can reach a height of up to 15 feet, making for an adrenaline-pumping experience!

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Take a trip to Chapora Fort

Chapora Fort is one of the many timeless historical attractions in North Goa. This fort is one of the places to visit near Morjim Beach. The fort was built in the 17th century and its main purpose was to keep a watch over the seas. The fort changed hands several times between the rulers of the land and was reconstructed during the Portuguese rule of Goa. During the reconstruction process, a number of underground tunnels were constructed in case a siege occurred. Take a trip to this fort during your next trip to North Goa.

Indulge in Kite Surfing

Kitesurfing, also known as kiteboarding, is another extreme adventure activity that tourists can participate in during their trip to Morjim. This activity involves a large power kite that uses wind power to pull the board across the sea and sky. It combines elements from paragliding, surfing, wakeboarding etc., and despite its popularity, it isn’t the easiest to master. The activity is performed under the guidance of skilled kitesurfers.

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