Goa - A Life Changing Experience.

Without any doubts Goa is one of the best places in the world to be, if you want to have an experience of a life time. The culture, environment and the hospitality is at its top notch. Goa is the smallest state on the Western coast of India, and is one among the most popular spots due to its rich heritage, warm and friendly people, tropical climate, scenic beaches and exotic handicraft.

Goa is home to some extremely old Heritage Portuguese Houses and many of these have existed for there for the last four centuries. These houses started getting built soon after the conquest of Goa by the Portuguese in the early 16th Century and continued almost till the time they left in 1961.

Morjim beach, one of the best beaches of north Goa, with an amazing environment and weather. Foreigners can be seen here often, living there own time within the moments with some amazing talents like group dancing, playing amazing music and instruments enjoying the vibes. Every thing just seems amazing, really relaxing you out of your daily hectic life with the feel of aura and freedom among several places and different people. The view of the sun set is just breath taking with the silence of the sea.

From the glorious sands of Anjuna beach to the electric nightlife of Tito’s Road, there are many well-loved places to visit in Goa that has long been popular with holiday goers. There’s so much to experience in this special part of India that it can be hard to know where to begin from. The nearest located beach, Anjuna beach, located about 18km from Panaji, is the unconventional and original hippy hangout of Goa, home to the famous Wednesday flea market and destination of choice for first timers visiting Goa. With beachfront accommodation and a variety of traditional dining, Anjuna’s soft white sands are only a short walk away from the historic highlights of Chapora Fort and the Albuquerque Mansion, for those looking to do some sightseeing.

Because of the rocky headland towards the quieter, southern end of Anjuna beach, the sea is a lot calmer here and safer to swim in, which is although an important consideration if you’re visiting Goa with a young family. However if you’re looking for something a little more exciting, the northern end of Anjuna beach offers bungee jumping and an array of water sports, perfect for keeping you active. 

Baga Beach is also one the most popular beaches with the main clubbing road named ‘Tito Road’,  populated by pubs, bars, food stalls, tattooists and souvenir shops, tightly compact but with very loud sellers. The busiest days here are Friday and Saturday as large numbers of Individuals from everywhere around the world come to enjoy the party atmosphere, therefore if you would like a quieter introduction to Baga’s nightlife, Tito’s Road is a lot calmer at the beginning of the week.

A little further up the road is Café Mambo, an institution in Baga rather than a bar. Cocktails here are made with the freshest ingredients and the bar staff are very welcoming, even offering free food sober up those still dancing at closing time. Quietly placed between the beach and the main road is Cavala, an enchanting resort offering the best of live music, drinks and quality cuisine and the vibe of the place is just amazing.

This all is though, yet a very little description of one the most beautiful places to spend your holidays.

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