Visit the tallest sand castle in India at Calangute beach, Goa

Sand Cult, in association with Goa Tourism, presents Goans and visitors to the state with a visual treat – a chance to see the 20-foot tall sand castle which has been put up at Calangute Beach. Mr. Jerry Jose, Founder of Sand Cult, said, “Tourism in the state will derive the maximum benefit from this. Sand Art is a very fragile, delicate and complex art; through these installations we want to promote this art form.” Mr. Simon Snip, World Master People Champion has volunteered to help promote this art in Goa and he has created an elaborate installation around the animated character Shrek and his castle.

Tallest Sand Castle in India at Calangute beach, Goa

Tallest Sand Castle in India at Calangute beach, Goa

Tallest Sand Castle in India

Tallest Sand Castle in India

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The sand castle at Calangute Beach will be open to public till May 31, 2014.

For more information, please contact:
Shrestha Das, Tel: 9930060989

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27 Responses to “Visit the tallest sand castle in India at Calangute beach, Goa”

  1. Hi Shalu,

    This is wonderful indeed :)

    I’ve seen the sand art being done live in one of the TV shows a few months back, and those people are SO quick. They had even come to a local fair in our city and we were just amazed at their speed and the way they create so many things so quick.

    I think they need to keep watering such huge structures so that they remain as a tis, if I am not mistaken, or else it dries up very fast. This does look awesome.

    Thanks for sharing. Have a nice weekend :)

  2. Abhishek says:

    I went there last time but did not see it.. going again in Sunburn Goa this time and will make sure that I get to see this at Calangute.

  3. Prasad Np says:

    I am yet to see a sand castle, for some reason I have never seen one though I have visited many beaches. This one looks like a masterpiece built with lots of details, and that Shrek really adds to the charm. Thanks for sharing.

  4. That is an absolutely amazing piece of art. It boggles the mind. Thank you for sharing, Shalu. I sure do love your blog and all it teaches me about India. Peace. 😉

  5. Sifet says:

    Wow! I have never seen sand castle ever in India. I have only heard about Sand castle. Thanks for sharing such a nice information. But my unfortunate is that I am not able to visit Goa right now due to busy schedule on other projects.

  6. Amiti says:

    That is a true piece of art. I have been to sand-building competitions (as a viewer only), but I have never seen something like this.

  7. Aleah says:

    That is one amazing sand castle, Shalu. Hope to be able to visit it someday, if it’s still there.

  8. Aahna says:

    Goa is a great place to enjoy with friends and this sand castle is really stunning and clearly shows the hard work of the creator.

  9. Disha Sharma says:

    Interesting this is really Interesting Tallest Sand to see in Goa’s Beach ! Thank you so much Shalu for sharing this Nice post :)

  10. Disha Sharma says:

    Intresting Post Shalu Sharma ! I like it so much ! This is nice which also you added Contact Detail.

  11. Top Blogger says:

    Hi Shalu Sharma! it’s Really Nice’s Really Most of beautiful place in India, Thank you very much for Sharing.

  12. Shakil says:

    Wow! I love sand castle. Its really nice to see sand castle with beautiful pictures. Its really nice to visit this place.

  13. This is so adorable. Surely a must-visit. Wish I had visited this when I went to India.

  14. dileep says:

    This is so lovely. Absolutely a must-visit. Wish I had frequented this when I went to Indian.

  15. joseph101 says:

    This is looking really beautiful… i will visit this place in free time.. thanks for sharing …..

  16. Prerna says:

    My experience in Goa was one of the best, but I didnt see this. wish I would have read this post before.

  17. Prerna says:

    Do you have an idea when its least hot in Goa?

  18. Charmie says:

    Goa is considered one of the best and beautiful beaches of India. It is one of the most opted places for we INDIANS.
    Thanks for suggesting one more. My friend is going GOA the next week. This might be helpful one.

  19. wow! I love the sand castle, I usually do that in Boracay,one of the best beach holidays in Philippines. really amazing experience you have.

  20. utsav says:

    Hi shallu,
    their is no doubt our india is very beautiful but i never seen an art like this in india.. thanks for sharing it with us.. i have to and i will visit this in my life

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