Go,Goa …Gone

Within minutes of even the most buzzing of Goa resorts, you’re sure to find beachside bliss if you know where to look. From busy Colva, strike up north to the tiny villages of Majorda and Betelbatim, where a scattering of five-star resorts has actually helped keep smaller-scale shoulder-to-shoulder development at bay. Here you’ll find sea birds wheeling over empty stretches of sand; solitary swimmers striking out to sea; and the occasional palm-thatched beach shack to provide a seafood lunch, a cool lime soda or a hot, sweet glass of chai.

You’ll encounter undisturbed golden sand that stretches south to the mouth of the River Sal at Mobor, where itinerant fisherfolk haul in their wares and the Blue Whale beach shack graces one of the most picture-perfect spots in all of Goa.

Some famous beaches to explore-

Agonda Beachgoa_india.jpgWidely claimed to be the best beach of India is the Agonda beach. Situated in South Goa, this beach resonates with all types of tourists. Spotting a Dolphin here, is a common sight.

Mandrem Beach   


Located in North Goa, it is also among the  most famous beaches in India. Peaceful and tranquil to help you recover from the City Bliss.

Anujuna Beach


This Beach is popular for its Trance parties, and hippie lifestyle thanks to the shacks and atmosphere. Also, known for Psychedelic music.

Baga Beach


This is the livelier beach which provides the young crowd with array of water activities, amazing nightlife and equally delicious sea food.

Candolim Beach


Situated 13 km at north of Panaji, it’s very close to Calangute beach, yet a lot less crowded. With less accomodation facility, this beach has a laid- back vibe to it.


@Goalife @Travelwithash09

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