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Vagator Beach

A small beach in North- Goa, this is a flat beach and perfect for swimming. It is not as popular or crowded compared to many other beaches of the state and especially northern Goa, but is still a favourite of many tourists. There are also water activity options available here but these are not that good compared to the ones at the Sinquerim Beach in the same region. This is often a beach which misses the eye when you are busy visiting the busier beaches of Baga, Calangute and such others.
Jimish Parekh
New years eve is all about spending time with your friends and family, most importantly dancing your asses off from the evening to the dawn. No matter how bad I dance, I dance a lot and free myself in that crowd. Music can be of your choice, dance at those country songs or bollywood songs. I danced a lot on EDM from world's best artists last year in December. Look at these pictures.
Leena S.
That night this friend, the lovely Lenka Daisy and I went out for a walk at 2 AM, we both were struggling to sleep. This was how the trip actually started. It was a rainy night and we walked to the mesmerizing Vagator beach, all windy and moonshine. I was falling in love with Goa already. Later we came down, spent some time at the bar(which runs all night!) and then went to sleep.
Get the feel of south Goa in crowded North Goa at Vagator Beach. A beach with hills, rocks and awesome sunset
Nikhita Biswas
On the first night, we went to Vagator Beach since it was the nearest beach and we hadn't rented a vehicle yet. The auto charged us 500 bucks which yes was too costly but we couldn't estimate the distance to Vagator beach from Siolim, hence we took whatever was offered. I guess we ended up at the wrong side of Vagator Beach since the place was quite. Only a few lights, shacks and people marked its entry. We went ahead to see if any of the shacks were serving food but to our disappointment none of the shacks had audience. Every shack was unoccupied and we could only see one part of the beach lit up by W Goa. We asked a few present there by the rocks if there were any shacks further but nobody had a clue and mentioned that you couldn't access the property from the sands and one had to take the route by the road. So, we ended up going back towards the restaurants we had spotted on our way to the beach earlier. We found Olive Goa. It looked beautiful from the outside but we chose to walk further and explore but we couldn't find anything worth, so we ended up going to 'The Mango Tree'. Trust me, a total disappointment. Hence, as an advice, choose Olive over 'The Mango Tree'. We had asked for Fish and Chips and Calamari. They were as fried as a dead body in hell. Bad food and bad service. No that's not where it ends, it took them 45 minutes to take the order itself.
Santhosh Thiyagarajan