One mile of beautiful white sand and lined with towering coconut palms. No wonder it’s dubbed paradise beach. It is a natural bay surrounded by lofty headlands on either side. This results in a calm, idyllic sea, with a gently sloping seabed, which makes it very safe for swimming and enjoying the warm Arabian Sea. The beach is unspoiled and is mainly inhabited by local fishermen who you can see bringing their catch in most days, at sunrise and at sunset.


Arriving at Goa (Dabolim Airport) Dreamcatcher is 67 km south and it takes a taxi just over an hour to reach us at Palolem.

By Taxi

We can arrange one of our local taxi drivers to pick you up from the airport on arrival and bring you and your luggage straight to our resort at a very reasonable rate.

By Bus

You can get a public bus to Vasco, and then change for another bus to Margao and from there take a bus to Palolem

These buses will drop you at a place called ‘Chaudi’ (2 km from Palolem) from there you can hire an auto-rickshaws (tuk-tuk) aprox (Rs.100) or a taxi (Rs.150) to Palolem. You can also disembark at the intersection before Chaudi (Char Rasta junction) and walk the 2 km to Palolem. A couple of buses go all the way to Palolem from Margao. Check for the exact time.

By Train

Bus to Vasco, then onto Margao, from there take the train to Canacona. Canacona is Palolem’s nearest train station, approximately 10 minutes drive. From the Canacona train station, you can take an autorickshaw (tuk-tuk) to Palolem Beach.

By Road

If you plan to drive in from Panjim, drive on NH 17 past Margao and head for Canacona straight to Palolem. It is well signposted just 2 km away from Palolem