The average daytime temperature in Goa hovers around 25°C in January, with highs of 31°C during the hottest part of the day.
Northern Goa has a beautiful, tropical climate, so please pack for warm weather.
It can become cooler in the evenings and early morning, so bring a cardigan, shawl or similar, comfortable clothes for yoga and maybe a shawl or sarong for savasana, meditation and moments of relaxation.
Goa is a tourist beach location but although the dress code isn’t as strict as in the rest of India, please bring something to cover shoulders and long trousers or skirts for days out.
What room amenities are provided at Devarya Wellness?
You will be provided with everything you need for a comfortable and relaxing stay.
All rooms are equipped with a private bathroom with soap and toilet paper.
All rooms have air conditioning and ceiling fan, hairdryer, bed linen and towels and some have a private balcony.
Filtered drinking water is available around the site. There are many convenience stores locally if you prefer to purchase here rather than risk your case being overweight!
Resort facilities & services
- 2 x swimming pools
- Pool towels
- Iron & mosquito net on request
- Wi/Fi internet in public places
- Booking taxis, scooter and car hire
- Housekeeping requests
- The resort has 24/7 CCTV and on site security
What is local to Devarya Wellness?
Morjim beach is home to a variety of birds and is a nesting site for the endangered species, the Olive Ridley Sea Turtle.
Local to the venue, there are bars, eateries, and fine dining restaurants.
Due to local licensing laws all music establishments have to cease at 10pm. Convenience stores, a local market and a fish market, road side Goan stall sellers offering locally made produce and wares are all close by.
Morjim has temples and churches.
Beautiful Mandrem and lively Arambol are only a short taxi or scooter ride away. Or if you are feeling energetic all of these places are within walking distance along the beach.
Our closest town is Mapusa offering a Friday local market.
Is there an ATM or local place for money exchange?
The nearest ATM and money exchange is about a 15 minute walk from the resort.
Goa airport has a money exchange along with Mumbai or Delhi.
It is a good idea to notify your bank prior to your holiday that you will be traveling in India. The currency is INR (Indian rupees)
What to bring:
Pack as light as possible, so you have room for your shopping!
- Notebook for journaling
- Yoga gear, beach wear and clothes for temple visits
- European 2 pin electrical adapter
- Mosquito repellant
- Any personal medication
- Own water bottle, ideally made from non-toxic plastic or stainless steel so you can fill up from the filtered water stations
- Beach towel, sun protection
Frequently Asked Questions For Goa
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