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Dates? would recomend you to go during Holi & stay at Arambol....U can check Silly Potatoes Hostel
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When u r planning and solo?
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Its 20 21 not solo with frds...
Usually the Baga, Calaungte beaches are crowded. If you wish to have a peaceful vacation then head to Morjim or Ashvem beach. You can check out our youtube vlog on the offbeat places in North Goa exclusive beaches. Panjim city and church. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxbS_1b4boE&t=20s
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Thanks man
If you wanna enjoy the nightlife then hit the beaches in North goa
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Don't forget to visit Chappora fort. Good Luck!! Happy Travelling!!
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Check it for exploring through Package. https://www.travelocar.com/city/Goa-Car-Rental
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In the month of March you can enjoy the ⛅. I suggest visit North Goa for good beaches & nightlife and in South Goa you can hangout to church, temples.
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Goa is not something that you can explore in just two days. But since you have planned already everything, my suggestion for you would be to stay in North Goa. Enjoy beaches, try the seafood at Souza Lobo's, hit club cubbana - a must visit in North Goa if you love partying. All the best !!
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Baga Calangute Vagator Fort aguada Church (heritage site)
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When you are planning?? i am also planning for Goa
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Goa is seasonal so plan during December month u will enjoy a lot
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Already booked everything ...
You can do water activities in goa to make it mesmerizing....
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