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November- February
water activities, swimming, eating
September - May
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Calangute Beach

Known as the 'Queen of Beaches', this is regarded as the most popular tourist destination of Goa. The beach is located at about 15 kilometres from the capital city of Panjim and is in the northern part of Goa. There are also a number of very good holiday resorts out here and this makes the place even more popular. Besides, the Calangute Beach has to offer to its guests and visitors the golden sands, opportunities for water sports, awesome Goan cuisine and some lovely views too. The beach is steep and is thus not very apt for swimming but it can be done still if you do not go far off.
3. Water sport activities at the beach!Many beaches offer packages of water sport activities & if you have a group, you are sure to get some discounts as well. Beaches like Calangute, Sinquerim, Baga, Anjuna always have water sport activities around the afternoon & evening but not during the rainy season. You should definitely take the banana boat ride, parasailing ride & the jet ski.
Souvik Saha
Another fresh morning, we visited Calangute Beach just adjacent to Baga Beach. We commenced with a speed boat ride to Anjuna Beach which hosts a flea market every week. This beach is hippie’s paradise. It was time for some water sports as well, the Banana Boat Ride and The Bumper Ride and the Jet Ski. Completely drenched in water by then, we decided to bath in the sea and play with waves. And we got some fellow foreign travelers to enjoy some water polo (it was water volleyball, to be honest).
Explored Calangute beach and its shacks are amazing. It's worth visiting Calangute beach at night times with drinks on one hand and dancing for the songs played by nearby shacks ;)
Suyash Jadhav
On second day, We decided to explore beaches.Firstly we went to Calangute then Baga and Anjuna beach then Chapora fort and at the end Vagator beach. Even though it was rainy season Goa was a bit crowded which made me realise that you can visit Goa all around the year however I’d suggest to visit around Nov,Dec,Jan and Feb or else it’ll be very hot and humid once February ends.
The beautiful beaches and nature of goa so mesmerising. I  stayed at hotel which was near to calungute beach.