Goa Travel Diaries/ Four Days in Goa

23rd Jan 2020


Photo of Goa Travel Diaries/ Four Days in Goa by Pooja Singh
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Day 2. Cola Beach

About Cola Beach, Goa: Stunning Beauty & Tranquilitye

While most visitors to South Goa flock to the beach towns of Palolem and Agonda, just a few trickle into the elusive Cola Beach. On our recent visit, we found less than a dozen travelers on this quaint beach. And due to the smaller amount of visitors, there are currently just a few places to sleep and eat by this beautiful beach. Thus, today Cola beach is a relatively lesser-known hidden gem in Goa

Staying for sunset in Cola Beach is a must. Goa generally offers gorgeous sunsets, but here in Cola beach, it’s extra special due to the landscape of this beach and the reflection of the colors off of the sand and flat streams. You can hang out by the nearby river looking out into the beach and take in the stunning sunset. Read full blog on Cola beach on my page

Palolem Beach

Palolem Beach is a stretch of white sand on a bay in Goa, South India. It's known for its calm waters and for its nightlife, including "silent discos" where partygoers wear headphones. Lined with palm trees and colorful wooden shacks, the beach faces Canacona Island, known for its resident monkeys. To the south, turtles nest at Galgibaga Beach. Inland, Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary is home to birds, wild boars and gaur.

Day 3

Day 3: Varca Beach

Situated in the south Goa, Varca beach simply adorns the entire Goa with its 10 kms stretch of marvellous white sand covering seashore and the glittering blue waves hugging the coast. It has beautiful black lava rocks dotting the sand along with sunbeds and loungers, so as to admire the soothing scenery. It's a pleasant place that ejects undisputed beauty of nature. Varca is a home to the local fishing community and so wooden fishing boats are lined in some areas. There are plenty of five star hotels and budget lodgings that are located just behind the beach amongst lovely gardens and striking surroundings. There are numerous beach shacks that offer mouth-watering seafood at low prices.

Cape Goa: Canacona Beach

The Cape Goa is perched above a secluded cove near the village of Cabo de Rama in South Goa. It's only 20 minutes from Agonda

Day 4

Day 4: North Goa

Last day was in North Goa where we covered places like fontainhas Panjim, Deltin Panjim and the most famous road, Parra.

Parra is a village in Bardez sub-district, North Goa, India. It is close to the town of Mapusa and the villages of Saligao, Calangute. Parra covers quite a vast land area, but most of it is agricultural land with pockets of residential land.

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