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Stay in south Goa, enjoy the serene views, go trekking
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Thanks for response and suggestion πŸ‘
Stay in North Goa . Amazing crowd and cafe's near beaches. . You can stay in hostel( my suggestion -Rootsvilla near vagator beach). You can make friends in hostel easily and explore the place. post that you can plan south Goa for some days.
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At north goa, solo.. mad option.. north goa is for third time goa traveller,
At goa, you will surely require partner. donot go solo otherwise you will get depressed. i can accompany you if you like. we can be both solo and partner on trip.
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Thank you Bulbul ❀️
Hi...I ve been solo tripping in North Goa for 10 days now. I m staying at a homestay in a village in Siolim . For a short solo trip , I would suggest checking out hostels in Anjuna or vagato in north goa where you can have a shared community experience . The main touristy centers Baga/Calangate are rather noisy . If you are looking for a longer stay , you can look for homestays which provide facilities like wifi/kitchen Also the kind of experience that you want to have in goa depends a lot on your taste. If you are looking to visit the beaches in north , morjim and ashwem have been my favorite . If you are looking for lively cafe for the evening , there are some amazing ones in candolim like Fisherman's Cove, Cafe Jazz. Curly beach shack (Anjunna beach ) is one of the most popular shacks in the north . Please do visit Gurubar in Anjuna , I love it . Live music with a full view of the ocean . One of the oldest bars too . Vagator if famous for late night house/techno/edm parties which carry on till 5 in the morning , if you are into that. Going through some of the instagram pages do help me navigating my way . If you have some time at your disposal , I would suggest taking out 5-7 (atleast :) ) days for the trip
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Thanks a lot for details. I would surely note all points while planning
If you're on a budget then hostels would be best. You'll get for cheap if booked in advance. Even Airbnb/oyo. But check the reviews before booking. Time will depend on what all you have in mind. Around 5-7 days would be ideal to cover both north and south. Places would again depend on your interests. Beaches, islands, wildlife, waterfalls, clubs, museums there's a lot to do.
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Thanks, noted 😊
Goa is love all year round. If you wanna explore North Goa then stay near baga Beach... Fantasia inn, ronil resort and even lasolas is a good choice as it is located right at the centre and very convenient for solo travelers
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Thanks got it πŸ‘
North Goa is best for stay..u will find budget accommodation near arpora , anjuna.... don't do water sports at baga beach it will cost u more than going for combo of water sports at malvan beach or paradise beach ...
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Okay thanks 😊