Goa

Tripoto
27th Nov 2014

My fav...free spirit @Arambol

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

Arambol

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

Arambol

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

freedom of expression. @Arambol

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

Be free @Arambol

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

Bohemian Rhapsody @Arambol

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

Spread love thru music @Arambol

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

drama @Arambol

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

Pristine..@Vagator

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

chapora village @Vagator

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

serene..@anjuna

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

Tranquil..@Dona paula

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

Jamming @Arambol

Photo of Goa by Gauri Argade

We made it a point to visit Arambol this time, as we had heard a lot about this place....And truly it was the best evening there. Bike ride from Baga to Arambol was amazing through mountains, paddy fields, the roads are untouched & has got very less India tourists. 

Arambol is home to a rich live music scene, dominated by Gypsie-Fusion bands. Arambol beach is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa (wiki).

Vagator- Chapora Fort- Anjuna - Calangute - Baga 

Vagator was very peaceful in the morning, fairly less crowded compared to Baga & calangute. It has Chapora fort (Dil chahta hai movie Fort). Chapora Fort is a pleasant place to wander.

It offers fantastic views north across the Chapora river to Pernem, south over Vagator and also far out to the Arabian Sea in the West(wiki).

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