If you prefer to be away from the crowd, then Morjim in North Goa is for you. This quiet village is home to a number of bird species and is a nesting ground for endangered Olive ridley sea turtles. The locality remains quiet to protect the endangered turtle species. Morjim is 60 km away from Madgaon Railway Station and about 50 km from the Dabolim Airport. Looking for accommodation isn’t too difficult with the number of comfortable resorts and hotels in Morjim, Goa. If you are willing to spend, you can put up in a posh 5-star hotel or resort. There are also a number of 2-star, 3-star and business options available for those on a budget. If you are looking for an economical option that provides quality service and amenities, choose from one of the Treebo Hotels in Morjim. Morjim has a large concentration of Russian immigrants, who host parties here during the season. Attractions nearby include Vagator Beach, Chapora Fort and Beach, Morjim Beach, and the Kalika Temple. Don’t forget to pick up some souvenirs at the famous Friday Market, Saturday Night Market, Anjuna, and Little India. Sample Goa’s delicious cuisine at restaurants like Edem Garden, Nanus, Porto Fino, Albert Shack, Jardin d'Ulysse, La Plage, Divine Gypsies, and Golden Eye Beach Shack.