Get Drenched in the Magnetism of Goa’s Top 5 Beaches

Get Drenched in the Magnetism of Goa’s Top 5 Beaches

Goa in mind, imagine the golden sand coastline, marvelous parties, charming small villages, delightful food, and the enchanting vacation experience. Goa is acknowledged as utmost attractive tourist place lies on the western coastline of India, not only as it has beautiful beaches, but due to its mild and soothing weather and its influential culture. The coastline in Goa is more than 100 kilometers long i.e., Konkan inviting lakhs of visitors from both the country and both around the country.

Ample and beautiful of seashores in Goa attracts a number of visitors throughout the year, totally on your choice of whether you want to explore Rich Beach view from the terraces of luxury hotels or in the lap of nature in Cottages near a beach. Remarkable Goa’s beaches include Baga Beach, Candolim Beach, and Agunda Beach. Calangute Beach is the busiest beach in Goa, while Baga beach is relatively less crowded.

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The Top 5 Best Beaches of Goa 

Calangute Beach

Calangute is also called ‘Queen of Beaches’  and one of the best beaches in Goa. As believed, hippies discovered this beach during the era of the 60sin Goa, since then it is renowned. Kalandut, along with Candolim, Baga, and Anjuna, is part of the coastal part of Panaji, Goa city outside Fort Aguada. Calangute beach is a 4-mile beach, situated between Baga and Candolim beach. It is also in Goa’s top beaches. The beach is spacious with soft sands. Watching sunset and sunrise on Kailung Beach is an amazing experience. During the months of June-September, the visitors avoid going to the place in Goa due to the stormy sea and high tide, which is unsafe to swim.  Locals believe that Kailung is at its best in the monsoon months.

The best moment to explore the beach is Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Goa when it welcomes an abundance of the crowd. A large number of tourists come from each age groups in summer. They spend time in sunbathing here, so they enjoy the rejuvenation of the sea in Kailung Beach. Hence it is natural that it is highly crowded in both crop and off-season. There are many beach restaurants in Goa and most of them have their own area near the sunny valley.

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Unlike Baga, which is popular with tourists who want to drink, dance and party,  Kailung is more for a family destination. Nightlife is popularity in Calangute because nightclubs and bars are closed at 10 o’clock. Due to the availability of restaurants, clubs and shopping activities in Goa, it is popular among tourists. Calangute is also famous for its water activities. Parasailing, water surfing, banana rides, and jet-skis can be experienced here.

Baga Beach

One of the most famous beaches of Goa is Baga Beach. It lies between the Baga river in the north and the Kalang coast in the south. Baga-Calangute-Candolim stretch is one of the longest sandy beaches in Goa and attracts thousands of tourists in peak season. There are plenty to choose from lots of beaches, coffee bars, clubs, shops, street food vendors and water sports activities. The beach is also popular for its nightlife. Tourism first reached Goa in the late 1960s The hippie came from Goa to San Francisco after the famous meeting in 1967, which was called “Summer of Love”. Goa, at that time, became a part of India. Very few people knew about Goa. There was hardly any tourist.

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Baga beach is next to Calangute. A rock and a small river separate it from Anjuna, another popular beach in Goa. Baga is one of the top places of the party in Goa. There are many nightclubs and discos. The beach is full of restaurants, cafes, shops, and resorts. Thai Massage, Tattoo Parlor everything is close. Jet Skiing, Windsurfing, and Parasailing for Adventurer and Water Sports Lovers.

Vagator Beach

Famous as talcum powder beach, Vagator Beach, Goa is surrounded by huge black rocks, palm and coconut trees. The northern part of the beach is smaller and more crowded. However, the South Beach covers a large area and is secluded. The Vagator beach in Goa offers a quiet holiday to its passengers. Mostly, it is considered a fixed back beach in the country. However, during peak seasons and vacations, the beach becomes witness to many midnight parties.

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During going to Goa Vagator Beach, you will find many small villages where the fishing community lives. In addition, you should also look at the Portuguese Fort, which is 500 years old and depicts the old age of the Portuguese. You have to climb the rocks to reach this fort. And just the scene from this fort is amazing. Shopping in Vagator Beach Goa can be enjoyed. You can buy artworks like China-made basket in blue, candlebras and earring wires for your family and friends. Apart from this, you should also enjoy local Goa cuisine, which includes a famous dish, banana, coconut, and Bebinca. Reaching Wagatore Beach is also comfortable because there are many buses that run from Mapusa, Panaji and Calangute Beach. Mapusa is the nearest interstate bus.

Colva Beach

Colva is a famous beach in South Goa, which is located 4 kilometers away from Margao city. The fame of Kolva beach in South Goa is equal to Kailung in the north. Colva was used to be a very beautiful beach at one time with Silva white sand. Due to the close proximity of Margao, the beach is one of the most frequently visited beaches in South Goa, with the majority of visitors visiting domestic Indian visitors.

While strolling on Colva beach, local fishermen can be seen drying crabs and other fishes. In order to stop the birds in any way, the fish is dried up under a huge trap. Motor travelers of fishermen can be seen putting an anchor in a line offshore, where their trap is drained and cleaned. Kolva’s offer is best when it comes to accommodation and good food in South Goa.

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There is a small stream on the side of the sea which empties itself in the sea. At the entrance of the beach, there is a small bridge around it so that people can reach the beach. Often garbage is put in it which pollutes the beauty of this beach and occasionally smells of dishonesty near the entrance to the beach. The beach was an ancient clean beach at one time. However, in recent times, there is a lot of crowd on the beach, due to domestic tourists is close to the city.

Anjuna Beach

Anjuna Beach, one of the more renowned beaches. It is a beautiful section of the beach and is a famous flea market site. Anjuna beach in Goa is located 8 kilometers west of Mapusa in North Goa. It is 18 km from Panaji and is located in Bardez taluka. The beach is 30 kilometers long and Goa is part of the coastline which is in the Arabian Sea border.

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The major attraction of Anjuna Beach, Goa is the Pisu Bazar, Chapora Fort. Travelers of the city visit the strange village of Anjuna. There is an area of 5 square miles in the village. It is located between a hill and the Arabian Sea. The pleasing Location has created a buzz among hippies. Apart from the beach, attractions in Anjuna include Chapora Fort and Mascarenhas Mansion has different architectural connections like classic balconies. Flowers are carved on stained glass. The Chapora fort is reasonably made except for some parts.

Best Time to Visit Goa

Best time to visit Goa from mid-November to mid-February: These are the best months to visit the party’s capital because the weather is pleasant and comfortable. Goa has the right time to relax on the beaches among most tourists in these three months.

Tourist season usually occurs during winter, because most Western people find the famous Goan Sun for their comfort in summer. Visit Goa is amid the month of November and March when Goa is gorgeous and sparkling along with the cold breeze.

How to Reach Goa

By Air

One can easily reach Goa by Dabolim International Airport (GOI). For the  international tourists  and from the other parts of the country, Mumbai is most likely to be the nearest airport. There are some direct international flights to Dabolim International Airport.

By Rail

It is easy to reach Goa by train, as there are two main railway stations in the Goa state, named Vasco da Gama and Margao. These two railway stations are very well connected to other parts of the country through a global train network.  Passengers can avail the services of taxi services outside the railway stations.

By Road

Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation, Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation  and KTC are some of the major operators providing bus services to nearby cities like Mumbai, Pune, and Bangalore. Apart from this, people traveling from Bangalore to Goa can take the NH 4 route, which is very smooth and well-organized, while people coming from Mangalore can run their wheels through NH 17.

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