About Acacia Palms
To visit Goa is to visit a part of India that is at once Indian and yet different from any other part of the country. Staying at Acacia Palms resort in Goa is different and is bound to enhance and enrich the visitor’s experience. Yet, it also brings home the immense diversity that is so much an integral part of India. Goa is a tourist’s paradise. While most travellers come here for the fantastic beaches that dot the coastline, Goa has much more to offer the tourist. Beautiful churches, heritage monuments left behind by the Portuguese, flea markets and glimpses of nature which excite and enthrall.
Amidst this scenic background is located Club Mahindra Acacia Palms, Goa, a boutique resort located near Colva Beach in South of Goa, whose white sands are intersected by a stream and forms the perfect backdrop for a romantic time. This resort in Goa is just 100 mts away from the beach. The rooms are spacious and have fabulous views, while a host of amenities that are aimed at making your stay at the Acacia Palms resort in Goa memorable and eminently relaxing.
The Goa resort’s air-conditioned rooms are large and yet intimate at the same time and come with a lovely balcony overlooking the landscaped gardens. They have cosy beds, a sofa cum bed, a 32 inch LCD TV, coffee and tea maker. However, there is no kitchenette. The Acacia Palms resort in Goa has a beautiful swimming pool for the benefit of guests. The pool is ideal for cooling off or get a spot of exercise or even just to lounge around and relax. Swimsuit is essential for using the pool which is open from 7.30 am to 7.30 pm. Unwind with a cigar at Fidel’s, the cigar lounge bar. After a long day of sightseeing, activities or just lounging and taking in the experience, you can kick back in the evenings with sundowners at the bar. As the evening progresses, choose from the long list of liquor offerings and team with delicious finger food. A round the clock eatery and café, Spoon provides guests with the best flavors and the finest beans. There’s a lovely menu to suit all kind of palates while the any-time-coffee gives the luxury and pleasure that is rare to come by. When in Goa, there’s no escaping seafood, and is especially a haven for seafood lovers. To cater to this need, the specialty restaurant Saltwater Pan of Acacia Palms resort in Goa is an important fish destination and provides guests with seafood delights that are unmatched. Read these Club Mahindra reviews to know more on how we delight our members during family vacation at Club Mahindra Acacia Palms resort in Goa.
Goa, a word that conjures up images of fun and fantastic food! Yes, as beautiful as the land is so is the cuisine. As with any coastal place, the seafood is plentiful and cooked in a million ways! So are the pork and other meats. The Hindu cuisine influence comes from the traditional Saraswat food, an integral part of Goan cuisine. Kokum, a natural souring agent, is put to good use here and features in curries, vegetarian and non vegetarian. Traditionally vinegar or toddy is also used in the cuisine. Garlic is also a favourite ingredient. The best part about Goan cuisine is that they believe in eating fresh. Originally a Portugese colony, the cuisine has strong and distinct traces of Portugal influence too. The fish curries, the vindaloos, the roasts and the desserts all are unique and give your stay in Goa that memorable touch. The Lobster Peri Peri is a dish that is a ‘Must-Try’ when you holiday in Goa. Portuguese influence is evident in the Goan culture and also in the style of cooking. Lobster Peri Peri is a perfect example of the same. The lobster is covered in hot chilli marinade and cooked to perfection. So, if you love to try out new things, this dish in Goa should definitely be on your list. Almost the staple food of Goa along with rice, fish curry made in this style is tangy and spicy! Tuna tastes especially good in Goan Fish Curry but you can also use any fish with firm white flesh. Usually held in April, the Lairai Zatra is a popular festival which resembles more of a fair. It is held to revere Goddess Lairai and is commemorated by fire walking by Dhond at the Shirgao Temple. There are also all-night long dances around a bonfire and is marked by devotees walking across hot coals.
There are also numerous activities that can be taken up when you visit the Acacia Palms resort in Goa. In contrast to other water sports which are adventurous, fast and exciting, snorkelling has an appeal that’s very different. It’s way to get a glimpse into the stunning world that lies beneath the sea – corals, seaweeds, plants and a plethora of fish. It’s a memorable experience. Water activities have a charm all of their own. Whether it is cruising on a motor boat, banana boat rides, paragliding, or jet skiing, there’s plenty of excitement, thrills and even spills. These activities in Goa are not available during the monsoons. If you want to do a little more than indoor games but not in the mood for vigorous water sports, then pick up rackets and swing your arms around on the badminton court for some vigorous exercise. For the entertainment of guests, this resort in Goa organizes various events. Karaoke is accessible at the Saltwater Pan every evening. Apart from this, there’s DJ music on Mondays, one man band on Tuesdays, Karaoke DJ on Fridays, one women retro band on Saturday and music from afternoon on Sundays. Know more about the activities organized by this resort in Goa for a memorable family holiday.
There are also multiple opportunities that will allow you the option of sightseeing in Goa. Known as the queen of Goa’s beaches, Calangute has pale yellow sands meet the blue of the Arabian sea, with an array of accommodation and eating joints lining the stretch of the beach, making the place very festive and pulsating with life. Also popular are its flea markets. The most picturesque of all Goan beaches, it is a rocky crescent lined with tall palms. A place of mystical and wild beauty, Anjuna is often called the mecca of bohemian lifestyle. Its lovely beaches are the location of rocking beach parties but also places for relaxation. There are also various cafes on these beaches, shacks and pubs which will pamper you and make you feel alive. The shacks are the true essence of Goa and visiting a couple of them will truly complete your vacation. Have a look at this Goa tourism guide to know more about other places to visit in Goa during family vacation.
Acacia Palms, Goa Resort Contact details
Goa 4th Ward, Colva Beach,