Agonda Beach 1/24 by Tripoto
December - May
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Madhuree
44. Agonda BeachWith long stretch of white sand and crystal blue water, this beach is among the best beaches in India. A perfect escape to lap of nature, this beach is famous among all kind of tourists.
Priyanka Gupta
Way to South Goa, Martins Corner, Agonda beach, beach fun, Jardim E Mar Dinner. After breakfast we packed our bags and checked out of hotel and got ready for journey to South Goa. The way from Candolim to South Goa was very beautiful. In mid way we stopped at Sachin Tendulkar’s favourite restaurent Martin’s Corner. On the way to South one can enjoy Miramar beach, Dauna Pola, Colva, Benaulim , Varca beach. But we did not stopped anywhere in between because it was too hot and we also want to sepnd evening at South Goa. For south we decided to stay at Agonda beach. Palolem is also an option but Agonda is more quiter, neater beach then Palolem. After reaching Agonda we got into our sea facing hut. There are numerous options of huts at Agonda – Rama Resort, Jardim E Mar, Jojolapa, saxony beach resort. Where ever you decide to stay but please go for sea facing hut only for maximum experience. Rates for hut starts from Rs 1500-5000 depending upon your choice. A decent hut can be done at Rs 1800-2200. After checking in we relaxed for some time and then around 5 evening changed into our swimwear and jumed into the beach. As our hut was in front only so there was no worry. After beach swim we went straight to our hut and had shower. For dinner we went to Jordim E Mar situated at agonda beach only – amazing food, very quiet, sea facing, candle light extremely romantic. It was far better place than in any part of north goa. We loved our dinner especially jhol momos, aglio olio pasta. Around Midnight we had our tables set outside our huts listening to buzzling sound of sea. We enjoyed there with our drinks and snacks till 3.
Vivek Garg
After relaxation and breakfast at Agonda Beach get ready for next destination that is Palolem Beach
Vivek Garg
Next day wake up as early as possible and get ready for next destination that is Agonda Beach. Spend some time, it's silent in the morning.
Himani Khatreja
Agonda Beach isn't as off-the-radar as other beaches in south Goa, but it's popularity (read: crowds) is nowhere close to Baga and Calangute. You'll find all kinds of beach pubs and eateries here. The choppy waves makes the sea a tad uncomfortable for a swim, but the romantic setting makes it lovely for walks and time on the sand. If you're here from October to May, you might even see Olive-Ridley turtles nesting in the sand.
tanya.korteling
Other nearby beaches are Agonda and Butterfly beach which you can reach by trekking through the beach from Agonda. I really wanted to do this but the weather was just too bad and it would have been dangerous. Word on the street has it though that Butterfly beach is beautiful and well worth the jungle walk, Monkey Island
ghumakkad_bandi
This beach is really very beautiful and very nice crowd is there mostly foreign,You can stay in cottages and enjoy every hour here from sunrise to sunset, you can enjoy horse ride and shutterbugs will just love this place, various shacks inside serving food and booze, ask rate in two to three shacks for beer, card payment available.the street taking you to the beach is full of pubs, open bars and shopping.To enjoy nightlife head to this beach in south Goa.- upvote and more : https://www.tripadvisor.in/members/ghumakkad_bandi
ghumakkad_bandi
#heads to nightlife
Vinnie Singh
Uditi
A secluded beach that is not much hurdled by tourists. Commonly known as one of the best beaches in Goa, Agonda beach offers a peaceful ambiance with calm shore complementing its serene surroundings.
Kunal Karanjkar
Our next halt was Agonda Beach situated around 10 kms from Palolem. This is much less popular beach but if you ask me, I thought it was at par in splendor as Palolem. It was equally long and adding to that it was less crowded resulted in it being cleaner and much more peaceful. Also for some reason the waves there looked much bigger. We spent plenty of time there clicking random pictures and overall this beach must be added to the itinerary of a person planning a South Goa trip.
Apoorv Ahlawat
Walk around the shore of Agonda beach. Morning, evening or night, it's always quiet and always a perfect setting. Take a boat ride with the fishermen.Curlies – Not my can of beer, I guess.
Apoorv Ahlawat
There's always been a debate on whether the mountains are a better vacation spot or the beaches. I can't honestly say which side I'm on. But going to Agonda Beach, Goa, tilted the scales a little to beaches. The day we landed in Goa, the plan was to get a car and head straight to Palolem. The last time I was there, the place seemed pretty peaceful and something that I was looking for. The guy we rented the car from suggested we head down towards Agonda, which is few kms beyond Palolem and we figured, what the heck, let's give this a go. Getting There: Since I'd saved up for this we wanted to be a little extravagant. We booked a car for the week we were there and it was pretty good decision. Reaching the airport, we picked the i20 and, on the suggestion of the car dude, headed straight for Agonda. It's around 45kms away from the airport and you'll cross Mudgaon and Palolem to get there and the way is pretty decent. Took us somewhat an hour or so to get there. Not sure about other modes of travel, but we filled up the tank when we got there and it lasted us till the end of the trip. This included heading all the way to Curlies, North Goa. And, random travelling here and there. Staying There: This was the fun part. We had no idea where we will stay since we didn't make any bookings. Wifey opened up a hotel search website and we started looking around for places. Note that the budget was not really an issue. (Bragging rights – It was the first birthday my wifey was celebrating with me and I had to go all out). We looked around for a few places and finalised on White Sand Beach Resort. Man, was that a good pick! The stay was around 3,500 INR per night but the place was beyond beautiful. Beach houses, super comfortable beds and a shower that left wifey mesmerised – that's actually what made us stay there, she saw the shower and was sold! The staff was nice is an understatement. They made us feel just at home, there was no constant bugging or disturbances. They were there whenever you needed them and can stir up some pretty tasty treats. The funniest thing that happened was that they needed to shift our room due to some confusion and my phone was not reachable. When we came back and were told that the rooms have been shifted, everything was exactly the way it was in our old room. Pretty accurately captured and replicated, I have to say. Food:There are millions of places to eat. Our resort had some pretty food fish curry and some awesome sausage breakfast scenes. We tried a place next to our hotel but didn't really find the food good. Goan sausages – I'm drooling as I'm writing this. Baba's Little Italy had the most amazing Goan Sausage and I hogged on them like a mad man. Wifey, not being too keen about seafood stuck to Italian and other stuff.
Kunal Karanjkar
Our next halt was Agonda Beach situated around 10 kms from Palolem. This is much less popular beach but if you ask me, I thought it was at par in splendor as Palolem. It was equally long and adding to that it was less crowded resulted in it being cleaner and much more peaceful. Also for some reason the waves there looked much bigger. We spent plenty of time there clicking random pictures and overall this beach must be added to the itinerary of a person planning a South Goa trip.
By the time we left the fort it started to rain heavily, and the journey turned out to be more exciting. We traveled across south Goa, in and around of Palolem and visited Agonda beach, Candolim beach, Turtle beach. The monsoons seemed to magically add to the charm and elegance of the blue and brown contrast of the sea and sand. The greenery and cliffs surrounding the beaches were a much needed treat to my tired eyes and mind.
Malvika Mayur
Now you come back, get onto your bike and head North of Palolem, first being Agonda which is the longest beach in the South. It's as less crowded and peaceful as Palolem where people come and stay in beach huts, practice different art forms, send out sky lanterns in the evening during sunsets and have a good swim.
Shoyeta chatterjee
Quieter beach....great sunsets, awesome food at wildflower restaurant
Munish
No people, no eateries, isolated, but quite green.