Arambol is a traditional fisherman village, located approximately a one-hour drive from the Dabolim Airport (GOI) within the Pernem administrative region of northern Goa, India. The beach attracts many international tourists, mainly during the winter season between November and March. The town has open drainage system. Water is supplied from a service reservoir. The town gets it water as tap water from a treated source. The nearest Allopathic hospital facility is at 25 km. The nearest Alternative Medicine hospital is at 90 km. There is 1 Dispensary / Health Centre in the town. There is 1 Family Welfare Centre in the town. There is 1 Maternity and Child Welfare Centre in the town. The nearest Maternity Home is at 11 km. The nearest T.B. clinic is at 28 km. The nearest Nursing Home is at 0 km. The nearest Veterinary hospital is at 25 km. The nearest Mobile health clinic is at 0 km. The nearest Other medical amenities is at 40 km. There are 3 Non-Government medicine shops in the town. The nearest private Orphanage Home is at PANAJI (47 km) . The nearest government Working Women's Hostel is at PENHA DE FRANCA C T (42 km) . The nearest government Old Age Home is at SIOLIM C T (16 km) . The nearest government stadium is at MAPUSA (30 km) . The nearest private Cinema Theatre is at PERNEM (13 km) . There are 2 private Auditorium / Community Halls in the town. There is 1 private Public Library in the town. There is 1 Nationalised Bank in the town. There is 1 Co-operative Bank in the town. The majority of the locals are Hindu, then comes a percentage of people subscribing to the Christian faith and a minority of Muslims. The Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel serves the religious interests of the many Catholics in the area. Mother Mary is referred to as Saibinn Mai in the local Konkani language. As in many other parts of Goa, both football and cricket are popular sports with the people of this area. A short walk north off the main beach is a smaller beach with a "fresh water lake" close to the sea. The jungle valley, enclosed between low hills hide a spectacular Banyan tree. Adjoining the banyan tree there is a stone sculpture created by an American Conceptual and Land art artist Jacek Tylicki Give if you can - Take if you have to also called The Money Stone. It has become a pilgrimage destination. Due to the composition of both, national and international musicians, Arambol is home to a rich live music scene, dominated by Gypsie-Fusion bands. Strong winds during the main season make it a significant location for leisure sports, like Paragliding and Kite Surfing. A variety of practitioners in the healing arts offer courses in Yoga, meditation, Odissi Dance and others, instruments (like Tabla, Sitar and other traditional Indian as well as Western instruments). The Tribal Dance Festival and the Indian Juggling convention, the Goa Contact Festival and In-Touch Festival both offer Contact Improvisation Dance and Somatics, all are scheduled for late January/ early February.

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