Shraddha Shirodkar, a writer, says, "ix km away from Panjim is the Pomburpa zor (fresh water spring).Narrow, winding roads through areca nut plantations will lead you to the sleepy village of Pomburpa.
Getting there: Grande Island is a 20-minute ferry ride from Benaulim. A small cruise along the Cumbarjua Canal introduces you to the wildlife along the river. A visit to the Sahakari Spice Farm lets you ride through its outskirts and bathe elephants too.Cost: Rs 3,000 to Rs 5,000 his could possibly be the first time you are up close and personal with crocodiles. The crocs sit patiently, covered in muck, but don't be surprised if you spot one swimming by. You will be provided with brushes, buckets and water (of course) to bathe these beautiful animals.It is rare to find something like this is in Goa." Getting there: You can travel to Panjim and then hire a two-wheeler and drive to the spring.lose to Arambol beach is a tiny bay that's cut off from the main road. It gets its water from the nearby hot water springs. You can cover yourself with mud and get rejuvenated.Don't bother; the ride back through the fields will ensure that you reach dry as a bone.
Sharon Pious, an avid traveller who went there with a friend, says, "I heard about the place but didn't know the exact location.
Once you done, the elephants will take you for a ride, fill their trunks with water and splash you happily.
Nature lovers can also take a trip to the Savoi Spice Plantation.
There was absolutely no one there so you have lots of privacy.
The water from the spring was warm and very relaxing.
The mere thought of diving and exploring the wrecks is fascinating.