Goa

Just go Goa …

India’s most popular tourist spot – Goa is known extensively all over the world for its beautiful beaches. Goan culture being a combination of hundred different cultures differs greatly from rest of the country. Goa’s many forts and churches add charm to the coastal state.
A general notion of Goa paints a picture of crowded beaches, party atmosphere and unlimited fun. As true as this is, sadly, the hype turns a blind eye to the silent side of the coastal state and ignores the many secluded, unexplored gems of Goa. Whether one wishes to explore the coastal beauty running parallel to Western Ghats or hoping to relax on a beach and gift themselves a long break, Goa has it all. As a popular tourist destination Goa has a number of activities one can enjoy. These activities range from exploring ancient fort ruins, experiencing trilling water sports to enjoying delicious Goan cuisine and exotic drinks on the soothing beaches.

Anjuna Beach

One of the most visited beaches in North Goa – Anjuna has witnessed the world change. Having once been a scenic Hippie paradise, the beach lost most of its charm to coastal erosion. The small rocky beach that’s left is now known for Goa trance music, flea market and rave parties. Flea market operates every Wednesdays and is filled with stalls selling wide variety of clothing items, jewellery, handicrafts and much more. The scenic hill supervising all the happy parties on the beach makes it a great spot to try out bungee jumping, paragliding, and windsurfing.
There are plenty of options for accommodation in Anjuna. However, booking is suggested as finding a room could be tricky during the peak seasons.

Arambol Beach

The unexplored cove like beach looks like a tiny piece of paradise. Walking around the area would open up to many alluring bays that are perfect for swimming and bathing. Glastonbury Street is the best place to buy unique and beautiful souvenirs. Along with the gift of nature and good food, the beach also offers a range of water sports activities.
Accommodation can be found in small guest houses and huts equipped with kitchen and bathroom.

Benaulim Beach

Well known for its bull-fighting events, Benaulim is a calm beach in South Goa. The usually quiet beach gets into celebration mode during the Feast of St John the Baptist. Attached with stories from mythology, Benaulim provides an opportunity to closely experience Goan culture. The fishing beach is also known for making traditional rosewood furniture and unique handicrafts.
A number of hotels are available for accommodation on the beach.

Baga Beach

One of the most happening beaches of Goa, Baga is a convenient vacation spot. It is packed with experiences such as water sports, fishing, and beach parties. Swarming with commercialization, Baga offers several restaurants and shacks to hang out by the water and enjoy picturesque sunsets.
Accommodation is available in shacks, hotels and resorts.

Calangute Beach

Calangute stands adjacent to Baga beach and shares all the conveniences that are available in Baga. Calangute is one of the most crowded beaches and hosts some of the famous pubs and night parties in Goa. Other than the usual, one can take crocodile and dolphin spotting tours here. The beach is also an excellent place for shopping.
As a popular beach, accommodations are available in abundance here.

Candolim Beach

Most popular for hosting Sunburn Festival in December, Candolium is one of the longest beaches in Goa. The beach is a gateway to other beaches and has many water sports activities. The serene water is surrounded with greenery and is a popular fishing spot.
Accommodations are available on the beach but not as many as Calangute and Baga.

Betul Beach

Betul beach is one of the secluded, less visited beaches of Goa. An ancient Portuguese fort that stands beyond the beach is an excellent sunset spot. The small coastal village of Betul is separated from the beach by a river. As many people don’t know about the destination, there are very few restaurants and shacks in the place. The beautiful beach gives a nature lover everything they can ask for and more. One can also reach Betul in the Cavelossim – Assolna ferry or on a motor boat
Fewer options are available for accommodation on the beach.

Morjim Beach

Popularly known as mini Russia, Morjim is one of the quiet beaches of Goa. As late night parties and loud music is banned here, relaxing activities such as alternate therapies could be explored. Along with the comforting air and pristine water, Morjim is home to gorgeous birds and Olive Ridley Turtles. Hillocks around the beach provide an opportunity to walk amidst greenery and breathe the relaxing, fresh air. Chapora fort stands on top of one of these hills.
As most beaches in Goa, accommodation can be found in hotels, cottages and resorts.
Many beaches of Goa wait to be explored as many others buzz with electrifying parties. The small coastal state of Goa has the ability to surprise and delight anyone who sets foot in it.

The three great elemental sounds in nature are the sound of rain, the sound of wind in a primeval wood, and the sound of outer ocean on a beach. Henry Beston

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