If you are visiting north Goa - a.k.a. the travelers paradise of the state, there's a heavy chance you have heard of, if not been to, Vagator beach. Lesser shacks compared to its neighbors Anjuna, Baga, and Calangute makes it easier to avoid the crowds and play safe in the virus-infested world. Fewer crowds translate into the bonus score of cleanliness.
Vagator beach is known for its late night rave parties in particular. So, if you are in the mood to explore the wild side in you, jump into this side of the Goan world to experience the city with a whole new set of eyes.
Best time to visit Vagator Beach:
The best time to visit Goa is anywhere between October to February. However, Goa is one of the most famous tourist destinations with people flocking like birds in and out, throughout the year. The Vagator beach in particular attracts a mass of international crowd (read Russians), especially from December to February.
How to reach Vagator Beach?
Panjim is located under 17 km from the beach. The easiest way to get here would be to take a taxi from the airport. It takes around 1 hours to reach Vagator from Dabolim International Airport. However, if you are looking for a cheaper travel alternative, there are plenty busses leaving the city too. On the other hand, if you have less carry on luggage, you could easily rent a bike or two-wheeler and get going.
Where to stay in Vagator Beach?
From ultra luxury properties to pocket friendly beach resorts, Vagator has an array of stay options for every type of traveler. Whether you are here for your honeymoon, or wiht a bunch of friends, or just a girl-gang wanting to splurge on a fancy stay with fancy cocktails, Vagator has your covered.
Here are some stay options in and around Vagator beach.