The life in North Goa have so much to offer that you need to plan your itinerary carefully to make the best of your trip.
We would like to present you with a complete guide on the best places to visit in North Goa to help you plan a memorable itinerary.
The area of North Goa is also very popular for the amazing churches. No matter the spirituality beliefs, there’s a certain sense of calm that is experienced by one and all. Some well-known churches that are a must visit are the Mae De Deus Church known for its impeccable architecture, Reis Magos church, Church of Lady of Miracles, and church of Nossa Senhora. One very interesting Hindu temple to visit is the temple of Bogeshwara. A masterpiece in its own right, the temple offers a mesmerising charm that captivates your senses.
3. For partying and entertainment
Goa and parties are synonymous to each other. From the upmarket crowd hangs of the Candolim area to the discos of the Baga- Calangute stretch, every night is a night to remember in goa.
While in Candolim, don’t forget to enjoy at SinQ beach club located right opposite Taj Holiday village and the LPK waterfront near Nerul market. Alongside the stretch between Baga and Calangute, you can enjoy Cape Town café, Cock’s Town beach shack, and Club Tito’s.
If your night stay is around the Vagator beach, don’t forget to pay a visit to the Hill Top. No, it’s not a mountain, it’s the most happening area for the perfect psy- trance parties. Some other names like the Club Cubana near Baga beach, Paradiso near Anjuna, and AZ.U.R. of Marriott resort are some of the most legendary names in Goa party circuit.
4. For shopping
Shopping in goa is great fun but not when it’s about branded clothing and super stores. Goa shopping is all about hippie clothing, funky jewellery, and gothic accessories in a variety that’s hard to find anywhere else. You’ll love shopping here if you know the art of bargaining. Go to the Mapusa market and walk through the brilliant flavouring agents of the delicious Goanese cuisine. Yes, find delectable variety of spices, vintage, textiles, conventional handicrafts, Goan earthenware, exotic fruits, and more.
Another market bustling with tourists is the Anjuna flea market. Held every Wednesday, the place has amazing handicrafts, junk jewellery and accessories. Beware of the high prices and don’t buy without proper haggling. If earthen jewellery excites you, the Calangute market square will make you super happy. Buy a beer and a plate of fried prawns from one of the stalls and go on a shopping and leisure spree.
How to reach North Goa:
By Air - Fly from any main city of India to the Dabolim airport located at just 30kms from Panjim. From Panjim you can travel easily by taxi, rented vehicles or bus as well.