Arambol (Harmal/Hormola) is one of the few remote beaches of Goa. It’s a beautiful beach and a peaceful village. Most of the foreigners who visit this beach are because of its very quiet and peaceful. Arambol is basically a fishing village. There are a few guesthouses and many people give their houses or part of their houses on rent to the tourists. The main beach is a nice place to swim. If one moves further north along the beach coast there is a freshwater lake just below the hill. People usually have a sea bath, followed by a mud bath at the stream above the lake (it’s said to have a healing effect for the skin) and followed by a bath at the freshwater lake. There are quite a number of beach shacks and guest houses at Arambol. To the north of Arambol is the Keri/Querim beach. To the south, it’s the Mandrem beach.