Goa!! Beaches and all-night parties?! Right?
When everyone was cribbing about how horrible their work life was in big cities like Bangalore and Bombay I decided to chuck all those and get myself a job in Goa. To live the Goan life and discover what Goa actually has to offer.
So first things first you have to rent a bike to travel across of Goa. If you don’t and rely on public transport then you will have to go back to your room by 9 as that’s the latest the buses run. And then you will have to shell out a bomb in taxis and there are no Uber or Ola here.
Let’s Start With North Goa:
It is not just Baga, Calangute and Anjuna that are in the North. There are many more beautiful, calm beaches all along the state. A little above the Anjuna, Baga stretch is Vagator which I have to admit is simply more mesmerizing than the other three. Of course, if you are looking at the parties and shacks Baga does have the crowd but if you want the same experience with less crowd head further up north, maybe all the way to Querim beach which is right at the Goa Maharashtra border.