Caba de rama beach is waters here have a beautiful greenish blue hue and it has many cozy spots for lovers to enjoy a day together. To the north of the beach lies a small river that is shallow enough for one to wade across. Summer or winter, the river water is always cold, sweet and calm. Palm trees line up the shoreline making it an ideal spot for couples with picnic baskets. Behind the beach is a steep cliff with a rocky, flat top and a set of crude steps leading down to the beach. On the left side of the beach a little into the sea is a boulder with a single tree atop it. This boulder can be reached sometimes when the tide is particularly low. While the beach has a bunch of ideal spots, it has no shacks or restaurants. So make sure you pack a nice big basket with goodies to get you through the day.
Cabo de Rama Fort
There is the church of Santo Antonio Inside the Fort, which is still in excellent condition and is used by devotees.
The white church and the black fort provide a photographic picture of stark contrast. People come here to pray and just enjoy the mystical atmosphere of the fort. Cliffs drop steeply to the sea provide a panoramic outlook of the surrounding areas, at the western side of the fortress. The fort provides majestic views of the entire length of Colva beach and the Canacona stretch.
How to reach
Cabo de Rama Fort is connected with the region’s largest city of Margao by a regular bus line (Madgaon station). You can also get there by a car through NH66 Highway — Fatorpa road: near the village of Balli you will need to turn right and in some time you will find yourself at this amazing ancient witness of South Goa history.
you can hire a taxi from margao or canacona.