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Ozran Heights

Vagator, Goa

Ozran Heights is located towards the end of the Ozran Beach Road and easily accessible; keep an eye out for Thalassa restaurant at the junction before you turn left. The property overlooks Ozran Beach, also often called Little Vagator Beach.
 

How to get there:

By air:
Goa airport aka Dabolim is very well served all year round by domestic flights (Indigo/GoAir, Jet, Air India, SpiceJet), as well as international charter flights during the holiday season.

By train:
Goa’s main station is Madgaon (in Margao) and is well served by trains coming south from Mumbai and north from Kerala. For Vagator however, alight at Thivim (closest) or Pernem, if possible.
 

Distances & travel times:

airport: 45km / 1 hr 20 mins
railway stations:
Madgaon station: 55km / 1 hr 30 mins
Pernem: 25km / 45 mins
Thivim: 20km / 40 mins

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Rates from USD$ 75.99



When to go:

Ozran Heights is really one for the holiday season rather than during monsoon time, so October to April is best. Be sure to book early for Christmas and New Year. Outside of these months the rain will curtail what you can do – no swimming, no shacks or resorts on the beach, limited food and drink options – but you can still have a fantastic time.
 

Getting around:

Public transport is not the best option for getting around Goa.

Unofficial taxis are everywhere in Goa but ask the hotel to call for a driver if you don’t wish to search and haggle over the price.

Scooter or motorbike is perhaps the best way to explore Goa. Be aware that those upfront should wear a helmet and drive only tourist licensed bikes. Goan backroads often have unmarked speed breakers, so take it easy!

Type Beach resort
Rooms 14
Children Yes
Closed Never
Great For Couples, Groups