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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.
omkar nilapwar
As the second day dawned, we all got fresh up and it was a beer day. We spent the entire day sipping up on beer on Calingute beach because what is a Goa trip without the beer day. Each traveller inside us goes Goa for beer and night life. The entire day we had Budweiser which costs you Rs 80 and Bira White which costs Rs 45. The fun of gulping beer on the warm beach with foot getting wet in beach water, it still gives me Goosebumps.
Indian Footsteps
In December 2017, we decided to celebrate the new year bash at the most amazing party destination in #India, Goa.The rates were unusually high and let's say we were not that well off, so we kept it a short 2 day trip.Next day, after the new year party when we were riding across the different parts of North #Goa, we reached #Calangute beach. The beach was packed and over crowded.On the beach there were lot of adventure sports happening and we picked parasailing which cost ₹700 for 2 dips.We had no idea of what will happen so I got to go first. I was given a life jacket and a parachute.
G Swapnil
It started with our arrival at the hotel from airport a little past mid-day at Neelam The Grand. Hotel was a wow experience altogether. After an hour of review of the place and refreshment we decided to take a walk to Calangut Beach. Calangut is a 15 minutes' walk from the hotel. It is neither a sunrise nor a sunset beach so photographers need not hurry. There's a wide array of shops and shacks on the way selling everything from spices (bought from Kashmir) to Chillam (well, that's a Goa thing). You'll find clothes too, but wait for it, we've some other recommendations.Cashews are most talked about buyouts by tourist from India. Kaju Mall is one branded premium offering you'll find on this street. Past the market is the entrance to the beach. Yellow sand, clean blue water and lots of footfalls. The beach is yours, use it as per your taste. We chose to walk by the beach side relaxing our body from the journey. Later we decided to find our tent in Pink and sat for the next few hours with Kingfish steaks and double apple hukka. A night walk back to the hotel, enjoyed scrumptious dinner buffet and to the room with complimentary bottles of Goan Port Wine. Half day ends here.Day 2, keep sunscreen handy from today.Morjim
Abhishta Kumar
We freshened up and headed to Calangute beach. We witnessed one of the best sunsets ever. The feeling was out of the world.
After some shopping and tasting some food in the stalls, we went to Calangute, it was so good and colorful. Met people from different countries and i met this amazing Afghan guy who made a sand art in the beach. Amazed and had a conversation with him.