Spending Time at 4 Popular Beaches with Goa Tour Packages

Goa, located in the western part of India and flanked by the vast Arabian Sea, is visited by hordes of domestic and international tourists round the year. One of the major reasons behind the success of tourism in this state is its well-developed and vibrant beaches. It is probably the only state in India, where both commercial and secluded beaches are equally popular. Travellers who wish to spend some quality time amidst natural beauty can opt for Goa tour packages that include visits to sun-kissed, peaceful waterfronts, especially the ones in the southern part of the state.

Vagator

Vagator-Beach-Goa

Vagator-Beach-Goa

Vagator is located in the northern-most part of the state situated opposite to Charpora River. Surrounded by magnificent red cliffs, this beach is a popular destination for globetrotters with Goa holiday packages. It is divided into two parts; the northern part being the larger one. It is more popular among the youth for its vibrant water activities. On the other hand, its southern part is commonly called Orzon, famous for its serenity and scenic views. Vagator is also home to a number of restaurants and cafés, where seafood delicacies can be enjoyed.

Arambol

Situated at a distance of approximately 50 kilometres from the capital city of Panaji, Arambol is one of the most secluded and serene beaches in the country. Enveloped by rocky hills, it is famous for fresh water lagoons and hot springs. Its coastline stretches for about 16 km approximately, giving tourists a chance to boat ride and paraglide. People can also enjoy dolphin watching and swimming in the aqua blue water of the Arabian Sea here. A leisure walk along the seashore can be a splendid experience. Food lovers will never be disappointed here as they can enjoy delicious food at different popular restaurants near the beach.

Anjuna

Many Goa tour packages include a visit to the famous Anjuna Beach, which is probably the most vibrant beaches of the state. Surrounded by lush greenery of swaying palm trees, rocky hills and white sands, Anjuna is visited by a majority of international tourists. Energetic and lively parties at this place are the major attraction for youth. It is located near to the majestic Charpora Fort, which is often visited by people from Anjuna for sightseeing as the fort looks spectacular on moonlit nights. People can also stay at the luxurious hotels and resorts, which are located nearby. Apart from this, the destination also provides visitors the chance of relishing sumptuous cuisines at famous restaurants of the region.

Candolim

Located in the northern region of the capital city, Candolim Beach extends from Fort Aguada to Chapora Beach, which is situated on the coastline of the great Arabian Sea. It is probably the only beach in which special excursions are held for tourists, where they are taken into the sea. Travellers may find an interesting combination of revered churches and majestic forts, located on the coastline. For an extravagant stay, travellers can choose for luxurious resorts located in Candolim. The place is also well-connected by a number of public transportation options so that travellers may not find it difficult to visit this beach with any Goa tour packages.

Probably, the most visited place in western part of India, this state is an ultimate destination to enjoy some quality time amidst nature. From vibrant parties to magnificent churches, Goa draws travellers from all across the world. It is a must visit destination for people who are travelling to the country for the first time and to add to that the excursion to the top 4 beaches of this place can be a great experience.

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