Aunties Jane and Lourdes will pass on their knowledge of authentic Goan recipies. Take a tour of the local fish market, select the freshest catch and learn to cook. One will be able to relish their own dish once the cooking is done.Cooking classes of Goan cuisine at Siolim Cooking School can be arranged via the hotel.
The Siolim River (or Chapora River), is one of Goa's
most enchanting estuarine systems. It flows in from the Western Ghats some 60 km distant and travels
through unspoilt country to end up at the Chapora - Morjim bay, from
where it enters the sea. It is mostly a river-sea system with salty
water for most of the larger parts. Lower levels of water are sweet, as
is further up.
There are wonderful islands, birdlife and villages all along the
river. You can use one of our three boats to go fishing in a group or on
your own, or even just choose to take an excursion with your family.
Further up the river there are spots where you could see Goa's own river
If you are luckly you can get our local fish which include Groupers,
Barracudas, Snappers, Trigger fish, Crevalle, Tuna, Mackerels, Parrot
fish, Mangrove Jack, Salmon, Trevally, Croakers.
Siolim House organises a fishing and lunch program.YogaYoga classes at Siolim House can be arranged for guests.
The classes are held every
day from 7.15-8.30 AM in a group setting. Given how small our property
is it will rarely be more than 6 people in the class, and sometimes you
could even be on your own! If you wish you can take an extra private
class too from our teacher later in the evening as well as meditation