This is one attraction which all the tourists eagerly look forward to submit to, though some feel the Oberois have stolen the natural beauty of the beach. Beyond the building are mysterious little islands, shipwrecks in the silt and, around the hotel, plenty of pleasant eateries-each one of them claiming to be Osibisa's favorite. This pardonable selling trick began about 10 years ago when the Oberoi hosted the group.
Bogmalo is just another small fishing village, surrounded by a pair of palm fringed headlands at the northern end of Colva bay. The presence of the sandy beach at the end of the cove makes it even more picturesque and breathtaking.
Bogmalo Beach is an ideal clean and not too crowded, the water reasonably safe for swimming, and plenty of places to eat, drink and shop at. The Bogmalo Beach Resort is situated on this beach.
As the waves lash the parapets of the open-air restaurant, the drone of the restless Arabian Sea lulls to sleep even the most insomniac. This beach is about 4 kilometres away from the Dabolim airport