Two days are very short but still if you plan well you can make the most of your two days. For home stays better finalise a location based on your arrival and check Airbnb, they have many beautiful home stays listed. If you reach before noon on 22nd visit the Old Goa churches such as Basilica of Bom Jesus and Chapel of St. Francis Xavier in the afternoon and head to Morijm or Palolem beach as they are less crowded but beautiful and clean and you guys can have a great time doing beach activities with gang of friends. 23rd head to fort Aguada and later head to north goa beaches Anjuna, Baga and Calangute as they are the most happening places in Goa. Explore the saturday night market, party hard till you drop and back late night to room. Rest, relax and check out on 24th.
Hi Spandana, Cheapest places to stay for your group stay in goa are :- You can call and pre book your stay with the contact numbers provided below .... 1. Zostel Goa - Address: House No.3/15, Dr Alfonso Road,Tivai Vaddo, near the spice rack, Calangute, Goa 403516 Phone: 011 3958 9002 2. backpacker panda goa - Address: #1116, Anna Vaddo, Ximer, Candolim, Goa 403515 https://www.backpackerpanda.com/hostels/india/hostels-in-goa/candolim Phone: 091723 13994 3. Red Door Hostel - Address: 651/4, D Mello Vaddo, Dmello Vaddo, Anjuna, Goa 403509 Phone: 0832 227 4423 https://m.facebook.com/reddoorhostelgoa/ 4. wanderers hostel goa - Address: Madhla Vaddo, Opp. Nanu Wines, Morjim Beach Road, Morjim, Goa 403512 Phone: 096192 35302 http://www.wanderershostel.com/ 5. SUMMER by the hostel crowd Address: House Number 99/1, Ourem Road,, Palolem, Canacona, Goa 403702 Phone: 0832 264 3406 https://thehostelcrowd.com/summerhostel For Places to see in 2 days are :- North Goa :- Baga Calangute Palolem Anjuna Candolim Morjim Ashvem Vagator Sequerim Dona Paula beach Kalacha beach Miramar Majorda Baga and Calangute are best for night parties ... To see places in south Goa are :- Cabo de Rama - Ruins of Portuguese fort Colva beach Galgibaga beach Mahadev temple Three kings chapel Palolem beach Patnem beach Rajbagh beach Well, you cant see all of them in 2 days ... but you can plan as per the palces you are interested to visit .... Happy Travelling !!!
Check out https://www.saffronstays.com/ for best of the private Villas Top things to do in Goa would incude :
1. Beach hopping
2 Water Sports
4. Sunset cruise with dinner
5. Enjoy night life at one of the many cafes/restaurants
6. Night / Weekend markets
north n south Goa including dhudsagar in South Goa border... north Goa famous fr church ,local market, Dona Paula, sequeium beach, Baga ,calungate codolium beach, agwada fort n reios mangoes fort, vagartor beach n vagartor fort r lovely.... do book ur homestay near panjim as it's d center most point to travel any side... dolphin ride, nights clubs on rivers, n musical ships... now south Goa, Vasco beach ,harbor airplane museum, madgaon ie old Goa, n dhudsagar water falls...
For south and north goa, there are endless number of options in arambol, anjuna and palolem(south goa) when it comes to hostels near the beach itself and there are shack houses/ stay houses, facing beach and giving you best of the vibes, they can vary from 500 INR to 3K INR per night and yes on your bargaining skills. Happy traveling
I have a contact whose guest house is at calangute beach. It’s beach facing , just a minute walk to reach the beach. +91 90111 96656 Paul
He took 1500₹ for 5people for one room in offseason. So negotiate the proce accordingly. Also the cost will increase in onseason. If you’re going in onseason this place would be fine but incase of offseason stay in Baga as everything is closed in Calangute
There are villas in Calangute on Holiday street. Very nice area and its around 200-300 metres away from the beach. Can be rented if the group is large enough. Also some amazing properties in Dona Paula overlooking the bay. Can be found in airbnb.