Sun. Beach. Sea. Happiness. These are the experiences that you will get when you will visit “The party capital of India”. The state has vivid and lively forests, sun kissed beaches and an equally fun and happening nightlife.
The state of Goa is divided into two main parts, namely “North Goa” and “South Goa” from tourists’ perspective. North Goa is more of a party hub where you will experience great nightlife, great food, social hangout spots and much more. On the other hand, South Goa is known for its serene and calm beaches, where you can relax and enjoy some quiet time.
South Goa has some of the most beautiful and serene beaches in Goa and rest of India. You’ll be visiting Miramar Beach, which is located near the Goan capital of Panjim. It is situated at the confluence of the Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea which makes up for a really unique experience. Explore churches in Panjim which are quite inspired by Portuguese architecture and they will take you back to older days with their old-world charm and setting. End your day at Dona Paula Beach which is famous for some interesting folktales. Watch the sun go down with the beautiful memories of the day.
Gear up for some adventure as you’ll be travelling to North Goa which is known for most happening parties and events. Start your day by visiting the largest beach in North Goa Calangute Beach and enjoy various local food from the beach shacks. Next up is Anjuna Beach, which is famous for its coastline covered up with coconut trees. Channel your “Dil Chahta Hai” vibes when you visit the famous Aguada Fort, which is a 17th century Portuguese Fort on Sinquerim Beach which overlooks the mighty Arabian Sea.
The fun multifolds with a visit to Vagator Beach, the hippest part of Northern Goa. You can enjoy various water based adventure activities here such as windsurfing, parasailing, snorkelling, water zorbing and much more. Watch the sunset go down from the rocks at the beach to end your adventure-filled day. You can even stay back at the beach as it has various clubs and partying spots nearby.
The best time to visit Goa would be from the month of October to February as the temperatures remain ideal and pleasant during this time and also Goa provides a safe haven for people that want to escape from harsh winters. December and January are the months where you can go down and party and experience the nightlife at its peak as all the places remain open due to Christmas and New Year’s celebrations.
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