The underwater village of Goa – Curdi

Episode 1 of Search Travel Explore features ‘The underwater village of Goa – Curdi’

All throughout the year, Curdi village is hidden underwater, and it is only in the months of April and May that the village emerges from the depths.

When you visit the place, you can see the remains of a village that existed in the past. After the construction of the Salaulim Dam, in South Goa, this village ended up getting drowned due to the heavy monsoon rains, and the residents had no option, but to abandon the village.

However, what remains of the past are a few spots like the temple and chapel, which people still visit when the village resurfaces during the summer months.

Curdi is an amazing gem of a land that has wonderful viewpoints.

You will undoubtedly fall in love with the mystique of the village, while simultaneously experiencing the tranquility of the area.

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