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No.... go only with friends
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Off course it is. It's quaint and away from the hustle. You can visit the Old Goa Church, Dona Paula, Mangesh temple, Miramar beach, Varca beach and Cola beach. The beaches in South Goa are less crowded and very clean. You can look up for an hostel. Best places to eat in Goa- 1) Sakana 2) The Farmhouse Bar and Bistro 3) Cantare 4) Mum's Kitchen 5) Amigos 6) Martin's Corner 7) Cherry Tomato 8) Gunpowder
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Off course it is. It's quaint and away from the hustle. You can visit the Old Goa Church, Dona Paula, Mangesh temple, Miramar beach, Varca beach and Cola beach. The beaches in South Goa are less crowded and very clean. You can look up for an hostel. Best places to eat in Goa- 1) Sakana 2) The Farmhouse Bar and Bistro 3) Cantare 4) Mum's Kitchen 5) Amigos 6) Martin's Corner 7) Cherry Tomato 8) Gunpowder
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I would recommend solo travel anywhere across this globe. if you plan to go on a budget, I recommend staying in zostels, they are extremely budget friendly and you meet like minded travellers.
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Definitely. Don't miss out on Arambol. I was there in the last week of December and the first week of Jan. If you're doing it solo, this the best place to explore. South side(Baga, anjuna...) is more commercialised and it's much more fun when you're in a group. You'll find the party crowd here. Not that there are fewer parties in arambol only more interesting and unique(look out for posters for ecstatic dance and contact dance). You'll find the best sunset flee markets on the beach, drum circles and many many mannnyyy artists from all around the globe. The best part about exploring this place is that when you're out walking, you'll find yourself amongst crowds from all over the world doing all sorts of interesting things. From pursuing their passion and art to letting out hobbies that they thought they didn't have. You realise you could be doing that too. I had to extend my stay here by a week, hopping one circle to another, playing guitar by the beach, making many friends. Please do not miss out on the chance of engaging with the crowd (since this is the best part about travelling alone. So good that it's become addictive personally) Let arambol seep into you and notice how the environment starts playing you. Let go of the layers between you and who you are meant to be. Travel safe!! Best wishes!!
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Yes it is.. there are a lot of hidden gems in goa .. it's a perfect place for exploring... rent a scooty or choose to walk .. the place will surprise you... if u really get lost... try this one's .. I guarantee you .. you won't be disappointed...
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The weather would be too hot So may be you won’t be able to enjoy everything which is worth visiting or worth enjoying
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It is!!! if u r into parties and stuff like this, explore North Goa if you love nature and calmness, explore South Goa.
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I think you will love travelling solo in Goa. Try to ditch the regular touristy spots and explore the hidden gems in Goa. You could very easily spend two days just exploring areas around Panjim.
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Yes, absolutely. Goa has lot to offer to any kind of traveler. Just try not choosing very secluded places to stay and do a thorough research by reading blogs of other travelers who have been there. Helps a lot.
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Yes - if you are an explore. If you want to party hard and celebrate an occassion, would suggest to take some friends with you.
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Obsolutely no goa is nothing please dont waste your money
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