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Kesarval is on the border of Mormugao and Salcette taluks, in South Goa District. It is bounded by rolling forested hills in the east and south. The place derives its name from the Indian word for eagles, which used to maintain a colony here.

Situated around 2 km from Nagoa, it is famed for the Kesarval Spring. The water of the spring is said to have medicinal properties. Numerous people from far and near come here to take a dip in this spring.

Velsao Beach, Majorda Beach and Verna are the nearby interesting locales. Comfortable lodging is available at Kesarval Garden Retreat.

About 22 km away is Panaji, the state capital. Goa Airport and Verna Railway Station serve Kesarval. National Highway 17 passes nearby. Regular buses ply from Mapusa and Panaji to Kesarval.

Updated on 1st July, 2005
District: South Goa
Location: Kesarval    


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