Galjibaga Beach (also spelt as Galgibaga and Galgibagha in some places) is a beach which is located to the south of Palolem beach in the Canacona Taluka of South Goa. Although many tourists associate the beaches of Goa as places where they can drink, dine and party the night away, this beach is famous for something far more special. This beach, along with the Morjim Beach and Agonda Beach, is the place where the Forest Department of the state of Goa runs it’s highly successful and acclaimed Olive Ridley Sea Turtle Conservation Program. Tourists who come to Galjibaga Beach are usually advised against swimming here, given the danger posed by the steep nature of the beach, more so since the entire northern stretch of this beach is actually reserved for these turtles since it is an important nesting ground for them. This beach is well known for being empty, making it perfect for the nature loving tourists of Goa.