Goa - Peace & Parties at one place

Pooja Walke
Jan 1

Day 1

Calangute beach, Baga beach, shopping, Tito's

Calangute beach is famous among Indians as well as international tourists. Most tourists come here in winter and especially during the Christmas period. Calangute beach and nearby Baga beach are especially famous for the water sports: parasailing, jet-ski, banana ride, bumper ride, etc. The water sports come in all kind of packages, from affordable to exclusive, so any traveller may enjoy them.

You can explore local shopping market in the streets of Calangute and buy presents for your loved ones.

There are many night clubs in Calangute and Baga area. Do not miss the fun, music and drinks of Goa's most popular night club "Tito's"

Day 2

Aguada Fort, Local area, Deltin Royale

Aguada fort is a 17th century Portuguese fort, located at the Sinquerim Beach in North Goa. It is famous for its 13-meter high lighthouse built in 1864 and a vaulted cistern capable of storing ten million liters of fresh water.

You can get North Indian lunch with live music at Earthen Oven which is nearby to the fort.

The Deltin Royale Casino boat is the largest casino boat in Panjim, Goa. You need to buy an entry-and-play package to gain access to the casino. Many gaming options are available. Good food and a great collection of single malts can make you enjoy the evening.


 

Day 3

Ashwem beach,  Chapora fort

If you want to take a sunbath in a calm and peaceful beach, then Ashwem beach is the best option. This area is less crowded then Calangute and Baga beach. It is a great place both for solo travellers and for romantic couples. 

Restaurants serve best Indian and international cuisine in this area.

Chapora fort became famous when it appeared in one of the best Indian movie "Dil Chahta Hai" and after that almost every group of youngsters wanted to go there, sit on the wall, see beautiful view of coastal line and speak about friendship. But to my opinion the best thing is the mesmerizing view that you can get from top of the fort. 

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