Goa is specially known for Beaches. Then, roll your mind towards the hottest shindigs of North Goa. From the popular beaches to the famous shacks, from exquisite Goan cuisine to fashion streets, North Goa has got a hang of everything.
To add on you can shake your legs for some time with a glass of feni and beer, engaged in shopping on the beachside, or have midnight bonfire on the beach.
There are some more aspects of Goa beaches that attract tourists every year. Let us take you to a groovy trip of this most rousing zone of India.
Take a look at these kickass places to visit in North Goa which will keep you coming back for more;
Situated 15 km from the Panjim, Calangute Beach is the longest beach in North Goa, stretching from Candolim to Baga. Due to its sheer size and popularity, it is a hub for tourists and backpackers from all over the world.
It is the perfect place to look for accommodation as it keeps you well-connected to the other beaches in the north such as Baga, Anjuna, Candolim, Aguada and many more. While day ends with Night starts with nightclubs and Pubs, Calangute Beach attracts tourist from all around the world.
It is about 6 kms from Margao. Colva Beach is the pride of Salcete and the only rival to Calangute by its scenic splendour. Here the sand, sea and sky blend in enchanting natural harmony unsploit by man.
Like other beaches, this one too has got a number of water sports. A number of adventure sports are carried out. For an adventure lover; it has got a lot. Try out sports like snorkeling, speed boat riding, parasailing, jet skiing, banana ride, motorboat rides, Paragliding for a wonderful beach sports experience.
With full of romance in the air, the Dona Paula beach is quite bustling with plenty of activities round the year. Located 7 kms away from the Panaji, this beach has become one of the most happening beaches of the Goa.
It’s a lover’s paradise that offers a splendid view of the Mormugao harbor and fringed by casuarinas woods & palm trees. Relish the wonderful view from above the hillock and relax in benches along with taking pleasure of the evening sea breeze and sunset.
A lovely golden beach of soft sand surrounded by overlooking palm trees facing the blue Arabian Sea, is the nearest to Panaji. This beach is also a hot spot to celebrate local festivals. Clean, filled with soft sand; it is quite a destination for evening walks and early morning strolls.
In addition a lot of Clubs and Bars are there for binge drinking. If you are looking for a good night out party; then drive to Panjim or Dona Paula which offer better services, but at a little higher cost than the ones in Miramar Beach.
A unique beach in the North of Goa, it is simultaneously rocky and sandy along the beach and much after for its serenity. However, it is beautiful and serene, Arambol Beach is among the best beaches of North Goa and is relatively unexploited by tourist activities.
Be it wellness pursuits at a Yoga class on the beach, a drum circle and a weekend beachside market at sunset, a mystical baba on top of a hillock, jumping off a cliff to paraglide or simply strolling about the kitschy market lanes; there is something for every soul in Arambol.