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Goa is the one destination that has it all

Goa, though the smallest state in our country, has been on almost every single traveler’s vacation bucket list. And why not it is? From parties to Serene Beaches. From Hippie Lifestyle to the Rich Goan Culture. From the Colorful, Beautiful Architecture to various Recreational Activities. The Sun, the Sea, the Seafood. You name it and Goa has it all.

Geographically divided into three parts – North Goa, South Goa and Old Goa, each part carries its own importance. While North Goa (includes Baga, Calangute, Anjuna, Vagator Beach) is known for its parties and playfulness, South Goa (includes Palolem, Colva, Cavelossim Beach) is all into serenity and tranquility.

Though visiting Goa in itself is a very unique experience with late-night parties at the shacks at Baga Beach, Evening Strolls and The Stargazing at Palolem Beach, planning an itinerary in advance will definitely help you explore more.


Day 1

Places to Visit:

Calangute & Baga Beach

Candolim Beach

Flea Market (Anjuna and Arpora Flea Market)

Reach Goa and get checked in to the Hotel. There are various budgeted as well as Luxurious Hotels at the bay of Calangute Beach. After a quick shower, you can head towards Calangute Beach. As Calangute, Baga and Candolim Beaches are all close by; you can take a stroll at these beaches. You can enjoy Water Sports, shop at Flea Markets (Wednesday near Anjuna and Saturday in Arpora) and can grab a quick bite at various cafés at Candolim Beach. After enjoying the good amount of Sea Life, you can head back to the hotel and get ready to party. With various Clubs and Party houses around, you can put your finger on any of it. You can choose Club Cubana, with an excellent atmosphere with a pool, located over a hill.


Day 2

Places to Visit:

Vagator Beach

Morjim Beach

Chapora Fort

Mapusa Market

You can start your day by witnessing a sunrise at Chapora Fort (filmed in ‘DIl Chahta Hai’). After a good photo session, you can head towards Vagator Beach and feel the bliss of Morning Wind being blown in your hairs. One can also visit Mapusa Market. Though, not particularly for tourists, it gives you a hint of Goan Life.

By Afternoon, you can come to Morjim Beach, where you can locate the turtles. You will find various hippies and backpackers singing and enjoying on the beach, which will make you realize how good life can be. Enjoy sunset at the beach and have dinner at the places nearby, offering a huge variety of Goan Dishes.


Day 3

Places to Visit:

Old Goa – Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral


Savoi Plantation

You can start your day with a drive towards Panjim. You can even rent a car or a scootie for a good experience. Generally, a scootie is the best option and the rent costs between Rs 400 –Rs 800/per day.

You can start by visiting Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral, and Museum of Goa, experiencing the rich and colorful Architectural Heritage of Goa. You can also take a quick walk to Fountainhas as well, stopping for a quick bite at 31 Janerio, a very famous and old bakery. If you have time at your hand and if you are a spice lover, you can also visit Savoi Plantation (entry fee Rs 700/per person).

By the end of the day, you can try your luck at the Casino and enjoy your last night in Goa.


Day 4

Places to Visit:

Cavalossim Beach

Colva Beach

For the last day of your stay in Goa, you can visit the beaches in South Goa and experience the peaceful serenity of these beaches.


Also, known for its food, Goa has various Cafés and Restaurants that are a must-try. Few of them are listed below:

Curly’s: Anjuna Beach

Tito’s: Baga Beach. It is a Restaurant-cum-disco and some might consider it a bit expensive as well.

Bora Bora: Beach Shack in Morjim

Café Liliput

Mango Tree

Café Mombo: On Baga Beach


This, pretty much, sums up Goa in a nutshell and you can add or subtract the places depending upon your availability and convenience.

Wish you a great stay.


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