The creek at the entry point of Colva beach is an unpleasant sight for tourists.
The sitting area at the beach entry point is full of bird excreta.
A room meant for the police is in a dilapidated condition as one enters the beach.
Waste littered by tourists on the beach attracts stray cattle and dogs.
Domestic tourists do not obey warnings and enter the water in the no-swim zone.
Migrant women, eunuchs and beggars harassing domestic and foreign tourists is the order of the day.
Swimming under the influence of alcohol is yet another risk tourists take in Goa.
Despite tall assurances, the stray cattle menace continues to fester.