The best part about Goa is even if you don't fix an itinerary you can roam around very easily, you just need to hire a scooty. And that of food if you are willing to spend money then the beach side restaurants are best as all the beach restaurants serves amazing food and all the beach side restaurants are expensive. And there is a food truck somewhere in a cross junction you'll get it while going toward Anjuna from Baga side or from Anjuna towards Arambol side eat there. They serve amazing burgers and hot dogs. And if you want to enjoy the same beach side restaurant food in a comparatively cheaper price the eat on the road side restaurants that you'll pass while going from one beach to another. And yes most importantly don't forget to ask local whenever and wherever possible to go to your next destination from you will be at present. Enjoy happy travelling.
First of all, its great that you are booking for 5 days. Thats perfect to visit nourth goa and glimpse of south. To eat, I would suggest you to start your day by taking a heavy breakfast at your hotel itself and then start you day. Depending upon the places you are visiting, you will find great food options nearby for lunch, that too at very reasonable prices. For example, if you are at Calangute beach, there are numerous options around including pure vegetarian restaurants too at walking distance from the beach. same applies for almost all beaches. If you are going to fort, you can pack something and eat at the fort or the food is available outside as well. At the night, you must be either at the shack or in hotel or some private party, which offers you a great range of food and drink options. Goa is a place where you plan as you ride. If you are looking for a particular veriety or cuisine, apps like zomato works best in goa. Happy Goa :)
Never miss Fisherman's wharf! If you wanna treat your palate with delicious seafood cuisine, you should really go to Fisherman's wharf😀 If you are a person who enjoys nightlife, clubs or pubs, you can visit Tito's club in Goa which is one of the most famous. Basilica of Bom Jesus, near panjim is Goa's most tourist attracted destination is also the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The basilica holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier. Apart from this church, Goa's architectural beauty can also be enjoyed in Fontainhas. You can see Portuguese influence which includes narrow and picturesque winding streets like the ones you find in the foreign country! Explore "semi-foreign" beauty in Goa😅 Haven't talked about beaches yet?!!! Oh noo....how can anybody miss that if its Goa! okay...No mess, no chaos, no crowd, no noise pollution, and if you want an atmosphere of only you and the beach, then you should definitely feel the waves of ashvem beach! The real experience of mine when i visited the place in june! Such a nich time i had there. But if you want ti experience the crowd and life of goa then Baga beach is good choice...you can see numerous shacks, bars amd restaurants near the beach and you can try mouthwatering spicy dishes, i should specify golden prawns!!! Candolim beach is also good..but please please please be aware of the frauds that happen here if you are visiting this place...i am truly a God saved victim of the club omega holidays where the people will come to you ask them to scratch a card where by default one of the two (couple) will be a winner and they will give you 1 hr presentation on the domestic and international tours where they will take you for freee!!!!! yeah freeee...is what they tell with 5 star accommodation and food travel expenses and all...but you need to give them a bulk amount of 10 lakhs or more i think...and eventhough their speech is soothing to our ears, never be their prey! 4 out of 5 people who joined to their plan giving all the amount got cheated later is what i came to know about it. So beware of the frauds.