Go Go Goa.. Beautiful place filled with fun, food and people.

Western India Coastline Goa. Amazing tourist place with beaches, adventure water sports, Goan food, different flavored restaurants, churches, Tattoo shops, shopping markets and many more. If you need a break from your city mechanical life, this place is definitely for you to get back to your soul and refresh yourself.

I had been to North Goa and stayed for three days. Those three days were completely exceptional for me. I loved the place, beaches, food and everything. I threw myself out of my comfort zone and just enjoyed to the fullest.  I just wished i could have extended my holiday package. 🙂

Baga Beach

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Baga Beach

Baga beach is very popular in North Goa a seaside town in Bardez, Its 2 KM south from Calangute It’s a contiguous beach which starts from Sinquerim, Candolim, leads to Calangute and then to Baga. I went in the evening, fortunately I happened to see the beautiful sunset view and it was awesome. The sea water was glittering like gold. Lots of water sports available almost at all beaches like Jet Ski, Banana ride, parasailing, motor boats and other cruise activities as well.

Star Fish at Baga Beach
Star Fish at Baga Beach

Calangute Beach

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Calangute Beach

Calangute is a town in North Goa and this beach is considered as Queen of beaches. Every tourist ensures that they visit this before they depart from Goa. Like other beaches here also water sports are there. From Panaji it’s approximately 16 KM and from Baga it’s 2 KM to reach Calangute.

Nice art at the Calangute beach restaurant.
Nice art at the Calangute beach restaurant.
Night party area at Calangute Beach hotels
Night party area at Calangute Beach hotels

There are some nice places to visit in Calangute like Church of St. Alex, Tibetan Markets, Casino’s, restaurants and Gift Shops. The food is very delicious in calangute beach near restaurants they have their authentic touch and the party’s never end at night time.

Sinquerim Beach – Fort Aguada

Fort Aguada
Fort Aguada

Fort Aguada is seventeenth-century Portuguese fort in North Goa on Sinquerim beach overlooking the Arabian Sea. A freshwater spring within the fort provided water supply to the ships that used to stop by. This is how the fort got its name: Aguada, meaning Water. It was a reference point for the vessels coming from Europe at that time. Fort Aguada was the most prized and crucial fort of Portuguese. Here also lots of water sports available.

Beautiful waves
Beautiful waves
Sinquerim Beach view
Sinquerim Beach view

Hope you enjoyed reading my travel page about North Goa. There are lots of other beautiful places to see in Goa. One must visit there.

Keep your soul intact and Happy travelling 🙂

10 Comments Add yours

  1. Beautiful photos! I really want to go to Goa one day. I have to get over my fear of flying for long distances so I can make it over there one day!!

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    1. Malini says:

      Thank you so much Sam! You must visit this place once. Direct connect to this place is available from almost all main cities. It’s a great place to have fun with friends.

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  2. Ester says:

    Wonderful pictures!

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    1. Malini says:

      Thank you so much for stopping by Ester. 😊

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      1. Ester says:

        You´re welcome, you stopped in mine

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      2. Malini says:

        Very nice blog you have got. Lovely pics. Keep posting and Happy travelling 😊

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  3. Very pretty! I just recently found out about this place. Thanks for following my blog!

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    1. malinispace says:

      You are welcome 😊 Goa is a beautiful place

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  4. Nomadic Yatri says:

    Nicely written, well goa always attract me and your post remind me our post graduation trip :p

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    1. malinispace says:

      Thank you for stopping by. Yes indeed goa attracts everyone. I am happy you had wonderful memories there. 😊

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