This trip came along as the much-needed leisurely break from the monotony and mayhem of life. A spontaneous but well-planned trip had me and the special someone heading off to celebrate the beauty of the monsoons in the lap of the beautiful rocky Ozran Beach, also known as the Little Vagator.
After Thalassa, we went to this private beach which has the stair down which is right parallel to Antares (Antares is right next to Thalassa). This beach is also known as small Vagator Beach and not the one to miss at all! Do do do visit this beach if you happen to be by Thalassa! The sunset and the evening time is best. Nothing less than paradise with neon-lit umbrellas, candlelight, far from chaos and soothing breeze!
Vagator is a quiet little place in the district of Bardez, hidden away in the lush greenery of the glorious monsoons, serene and enchantingly beautiful. Ozran Beach, also called the Little Vagator, at a walkable distance from the hotel, provided an amazing landscape. A rocky beach, with coconut trees swaying in the wind, and the clear foamy waters, the rippling waves breaking at the shore and retreating only to rush forth again with unparalleled vigour. Be it the cool breeze or the mighty winds, you cannot help but sit on the rocks for hours together, staring far ahead into the sea, losing yourself in a chain of thoughts, taking in the view, enjoying the calm surroundings; the rush you feel when you see something so beautiful and magnificent, the joys that the simplicity of nature brings that one usually overlooks when you're so engrossed with a busy life all come rushing to you with a suddenly unleashed force. A beautiful place to soothe your tired nerves and rejuvenate yourself, Vagator is just the place to be in North Goa.