Mobor, India

Mobor is a resort on a narrow strip of land between the Arabian Sea and the Sal River. In a small area there are several upscale hotels, where mostly wealthy Europeans stay.

Mobor – a long sandy spit, formed at the confluence of the Sal River into the lagoon, surrounded on three sides by water. Beautiful islands, sand dunes, white lilies in ponds – all this makes Mobor unlike other parts of Goa. Its luxurious white sands, like all beaches in India, are municipal property – so do not pay too much attention to the amateur announcements of local hotels that some part of the coast is allegedly intended exclusively for their guests.

Paul McCartney, Bill and Hillary Clinton, most of the Bollywood stars, rested in Mobor.

How to get to Mobor

According to wholevehicles, Mobor is 40 kilometers from Dabolim Airport. Taxi fare will cost 420-500 INR. You can get to the resort both along the main road and across the Sal River on a free ferry.

You can come to Mobor by train – the Madgaon railway station is located 15 kilometers from Mobor. A taxi from the station costs 180-200 INR.

From Morbras you can go to Cavelossim by ferry every 15 minutes or Margao by bus every half an hour. Mobor itself is ideal for cycling.

Mobora beaches

Mobora Beach is the most extreme beach on the coast of South Goa, from the north it borders Cavelossim, and from the south it closes the Sal River. A wide beach covered with fine light sand is surrounded by water and coconut plantations almost on all sides. At the southern tip of Yarn, where the Sal River flows into the sea, there are currents, this part of the beach is almost deserted. On the coast you can find many isolated bays for complete peace and relaxation. The coastal area is well suited for all traditional water sports: windsurfing, water skiing, banana riding. And, also traditionally for Goa, sun loungers, sun loungers and umbrellas can be taken in the nearest shacks.

Mobora Restaurants

In the 5-star hotels of the resort there are restaurants of the corresponding class, which offer tourists the best from the menu of Indian, European and local cuisine. Shaki (beach restaurants) lure vacationers with a large assortment of seafood and an abundance of fruits – coconuts, watermelons, bananas.

Things to Do in Mobor

The delta of the Sal river is covered with many small islands inhabited by oyster colonies. If you wish, you can practice catching them. You can do underwater fishing, go on a sea or river trip. Vacationers in Mobor love to cycle through the sand dunes. The beaches of Mobor attract dolphins, and if you go up the Sal River, you can see huge bats with a meter wingspan.

Mobor, India