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Goa Beyond Beaches There?s something about Goa which drags me back to it almost every year. The beaches, pristine blue with golden sand is a sight I can imagine with my eyes closed. But there?s so much more to Goa than the tranquil beaches. While spending a day at the beach is a common (and most fun to do) activity in Goa (Calangute and Baga beaches are the most happening places), I decided to go beyond the beaches. Goa is home to heritage Portuguese houses spread all over the city and it?s a sight you wouldn?t want to miss. Talk to the localites to get to know about the Goa no travel blogger would tell you about. And lastly, experiment with the Goan cuisine (that goes without saying)

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- Don't forget to carry beachwear, sunscreen, hat, a pair of flip-flops, and sunglasses.
- If you're planning a trip between June-September, don't forget to carry your rain gear. The Rain gods have quite a reputation of being holiday spoilers in Goa.
- In case you?re planning to rent a motorbike or a scooter to get around, do not forget to carry your driving license along.
- At night, do not go the beach, especially alone. It might not be a very safe thing to do.

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We went to Goa by train from Manipal. The weather was amazing throughout the trip. We first went to Fort Aguada, which was some ruins on the edge of the cliff with a majestic view of the sea. Next was Baga beach, where there were a plethora of options for delectable food and refreshing drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), served in shacks. There were many flea markets in the vicinity selling hats, necklaces, seashells, and a lot more. There was also some live music, which gave a nice vibe to the entire place. This was only a small part (North Goa). But we realised one thing: there is much, much more to Goa than the nightlife it is synonymous with.

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If there is one thing I have learn about Goa from my multiple visits to the place, it is that it is for everybody. The first time I went to Goa, I focused on exploring the place during the peak season. Goa is quite different from the rest of the country- with its leniency when it comes to etiquettes and just a relaxed and easy-going personality. The churches are breathtakingly beautiful. I especially enjoyed looking at the churches that were in ruins. These churches have so many stories to tell you. Apart from the churches, I visited the spice garden, which was a thrill as its always nice to be that close to nature, to see what you eat in its rawest form. Finally, coming to the beaches, they definitely and for good reason are the main attraction of Goa. There are quiet and peaceful beaches and then there are beaches with a lot of life. You can choose whatever you like and nothing will disappoint you. After my first visit, I went to Goa only for the beaches. I would stay at a beach resort or a beach cottage, someplace cheap, as a student's pocket would allow, and spend most of my time alternating between basking in the sun and swimming in the ocean. A bonus is that the alcohol is really cheap.

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I stayed at the candolim beach recently for the VH1 supersonic festival. The beaches are nice. Its a must visit place in India.

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I had visited 7 beaches in north Goa. Calangute is the best one in the list. Big Beach and ideal for swimming. More than 40 beaches in Goa But I have No time in my trip. Next time I will visit other beaches.

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I have been to Goa number of times that I do not even remember and will keep going because it is my best chilling time and pocket friendly getaway. The best beach that can be visited at any time of the year is the Baga Beach. Baga beach has variety of mouth watering sea foods along with local drinks and foot tapping music which is paradise for any millennial. The Arambol beach is less known but more famous for family and budget vacations.

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A beautiful heritage Church standing in picturesque surrounding. You can witness that the artworks inside it are different from most other churches. A little bit of spoiler here. Be prepared to shiver with shock/disgust when you first set your eye on the statue showing Christ's crucifixion. Give it better part of the day to enjoy its tranquility.

Review for Basilica of Bom Jesus, Goa

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With a number of food joints serving variety of food, a busy bath adjacent to the sea, rafts and ever-ready life saving guards, Calangute is a spot which perfectly manifests itself as a typical Goa beach. The best time to visit is in last of December or mid of Jan. Yes, while you are here, do not leave any of your belongings away from your eyes.

Review for Calangute Beach, Goa

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Awesome,dona paula dont look like a sea appearance but a bridge surrounded by three sides water and full of water sports it is a must visit place.

Review for Dona Paula, Goa

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I like it .it is very useful for us to explore goa

Review for Baga Beach, Goa

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you can simply take a boat ride which will definitely make you forget your fear.

Review for Water Sports in Goa, Goa

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Very nice place to be during dusk. Nice music, good food, clean beach and being far away from the crowd makes it an ideal place to be in in Goa.

Review for Arambol Beach, Goa

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The experience of a bumper ride was just too cool. I am really in love with this activity The trip was awesome ? enjoyed a lot ?. the owner of this agency is very understanding person and a very good guy ?we would like to visit again? Thanks to Sea water sports.

Review for Water Sports in Goa, Goa

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It was an excellent trip with sea water sports, Dudh Sagar waterfall visit was one of the best memorable trips of my life. The natural beauty and white (milk) waterfall were the best. It was an awesome experience. Thank u sea water sports.

Review for Dudhsagar Waterfalls, Goa

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Zero Star. Go to this club if you want to turn your night to a nightmare. Absolutely arrogant staff. They can ignore you for nothing. You have to beg to them even for a glass of water. And the irony is even though their salary is coming from your pocket they absolutely don?t hesitate to beat you till death for no reason. A horrific incident had happened to us the last night when we visited this club. Like any sensible person we have decided to go through the reviews before planning to invest our time and money. Once the club was beginning to close, any help was refused. 1 of the girls in our group was even denied to use the restroom. I don't know if this is a norm, but I have been to many clubs and never met such rude staff before.As you might know the club is at the hilltop so they ask you to park ur vehicle down the hill and take you to club in the shuttle. But its not the case when you are returning from the club. Since one of my friend was feeling sick, and nobody from the club was willing to help, my other friend decided to take the vehicle up to the club. They even started denying that and started banging the car when we opposed them they started hitting us. Wonder if the other people haven?t came to rescue they could have beaten us till death as all of the staff were drunk.This review is just to notify you guys that before planning to go there just think how much your life is worth off.

Review for Club Cubana, Calangute, Goa

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Best tourist attraction while in goa. Discos (on tito's lane), Tibet Bazar, cotton clothing shopping, street food, junk jewellery, restaurants, oyo rooms, cheap lodging all the above, very good??

Review for Baga Beach, Goa

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Its a paradise. Candle light dinner at night on beach is s awesome experience ,.cottages r nice.

Review for Palolem beach, Goa

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Sunset is awesome at arambol. You get to do belly dance on the beats of drums.

Review for Arambol Beach, Goa

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It's a great place because of its neatness and the nearby resorts. It is a great place to spend your weekend. There are many nice places to hangout in that region like Casa Playa and Thalassa. The sunset views are absolutely gorgeous. The beach also has options for water sports. I went for paragliding and it was one of my most adventurous experiences. It is a quiet a place. I would recommend it over Calangute, Baga and Anjuna.

Review for Vagator Beach, Goa

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Paradise of Goa, if you are in Goa this is the place where you should visit and I vet you will spend your whole day on this beach...

Review for Palolem beach, Goa

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