On our last day, we had a bus in the evening from Mapusa, so we decided to spend the rest of the day on Vagator beach and Ozran beach. Both the beaches are close to each other, Ozran beach is also called as the small Vagator beach and is less crowded. You can enjoy some peaceful time there. We also did some water sports at Vagator beach which cost us 350 per head. We relaxed on the shacks, ate some food , returned our bikes and went to the bus station
After spending a good amount of time on the fort we then went to Vagator beach which is very close to the fort. We had our lunch there, which cost us 400rs per head. Vagator beach is one of the most beautiful beaches that I have seen till date. It is very clean and beautiful. You can just relax on the shacks, eat and chill. In the evening, you can get to see beautiful sunset view.
Dates:December 27, 28, 29, 2019Ticket Prices:Per person for a day: Rs 3,000 onwardsFestival pass per person: Rs 7,499 onwardsPass with camping: Rs 40,000 onwards (choose from GA Regular, VIP Regular, VIP Group and GA Group Tents)What’s your excuse, now? It surely looks like a great opportunity to break the jinx and make that Goa trip finally happen. Book your tickets now and let your gang know!So, what are your plans in December? Share in the comments below or here on Tripoto!Need travel inspiration for the new year? Click here to go around the world in 2020!
About :A peaceful and beautiful beach in Goa. Situated 10km away from Mapusa City.Beach is surrounded by mountains from 3 sides.At one corner there are shops to drink and eat.Its less crowded then other nearby beaches.
1) Vagator Beach: Vagator has been my favorite ever since my first visit to Goa. Since it not as commercialized as the beaches around Baga and Calangute, it is not flocked by people as densely as the latter two. You can easily find a lone spot for yourself here and spend hours looking at the waves crashing against the shore, without being bothered much by the clamor of the crowd.