Later that day Lenka also became a part of our plan as we shared our beers back at the hostel. While Lenka was busy that day with her shifts, we explored the Calangute and Candolim Beach, taking a boat ride at Aguada and exploring Biryani at Panaji City. These two fine new friends Karan and Yuvraj dropped be back at the hostel which was like 20-30 km away from their place.
Day 3 - Calangute Beach | Baga Beach | Anjuna Beach
Calangute and Baga Beach are amongst the popular beaches in Goa. On the shores of the Arabian Sea, under the shade of palm trees, bathes the Queen of Beaches-Calangute. In a green semi-circle, the villages of Arpora-Nagoa, Saligao and Candolim do their bit to enhance the divine beauty of Calangute. There are picturesque agors (saltpans) at Agarvaddo, Maddavaddo is full of madd (coconut trees), Dongorpur skirts a bottle-green hillock and Tivaivaddo laces the beach. In Gauravaddo lived the gaudds or milkmen ran dairies. The Calangute Beach has a massive stretch of 7 km.We did our water sports in Calangute beach, and we were enjoying that view so much that just forget to leave from there😂😂.And because of that we ended up that day at Calangute beach.After coming back to hotel we decided to go for some shack 😋😋😎😎and after surfing the web we get to know about Curlies beach Shack, Anjuna.
5. Calangute Beach. Another very popular beach in North Goa, Calangute is also the largest beach in North Goa. Like the Baga beach, water sports are also available here.