Swaying hands, bright beaches, and gleaming waters; the essential components that entice two thousand guests to Goa’s warm shoreline every year are plentiful in this small, fantastic piece of Native indian Tour that cuddles the nation's european coastline… This is Goa for you.
Here’s a brief snapshot of Goa’s beaches from north to south
This Virtually abandoned stretch of sand, just south of the Terekhol river, has a handful of beach shacks serving food at its northern end but the accommodation to speak of.
South of Mandrem River. Asvem is a very peaceful beach popular with the travelers wandering up to escape the scene further south. There are a growing number of bamboo and palm-thatch huts, but essentially it’s a quiet place to enjoy with your loved one.
There is three relatively small, attractive beaches here backed by rocky cliffs that attract lots of day tippers. Vagator Beach in Goa is the main party centre with a couple o sites for rave parties and late-night party places. The crowd here is a mix of budget travelers, European and Israeli ravers and a few mid-range tourists.
Goa’s primary fascination and greatest sketch is, without question, is sequence of amazing seashores that are great locations to negotiate back with a publication or go swimming in the relaxing ocean or experience the relaxed atmosphere that descends so near yet so far.