Discover the best top things to do in Vagator, India including Chapora Fort, Chapora Beach, Konkan Explorers, Anjuna Market, Sunburn Goa, Baga Beach, Ashwem Beach, St. Alex Church, Mandrem Beach, Surf Wala - Day Surfing.
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4 based on 893 reviews
For the best sunset views in the area, head to this beautiful old fort at Vagator Beach.
If ur a Dil Chahta Hai fan, this fort is a must visit!!! U have to sit on d walls n click pics and relive those amazing moments from d movie that made Goa cool for us. Since we were staying in Vagator,this fort was a ten minute journey for us. It's crowded,but it's so huge that ull find a wall for yourself . Parking is 20bucks for 2wheeler. D climb from parking to d fort is very steep and slippery. I slipped at least twice. Pls wear comfortable shoes. The sunset view from d top is amazing!!! U can just find a spot for urself n sit there for hours gazing at d waves and d melting sky. If ur thirsty, u get lime soda right inside d fort.
4 based on 223 reviews
After long busy beach and rocks with few shakes there is hidden beach with nice send and peoples around
5 based on 424 reviews
Konkan Explorers won the National Award for Best Outdoor Operator from the Outlook Indian Responsibile Tourism (IRTA) and we now represent Goa, India at the WTM(World Travel Market) London. Thanks to all our guests and well wishers. Konkan Explorers - Cruise, Nature and Discovery! For Curious and Active people. The trips and cruises we organize are from 1 hour and more. Each formula offers a different set of experiences. Discover Islands, wildlife, and beyond… Our trademark in Konkan Explorers is to combine cruise with diverse nautical activities like kayaking, sailing, swimming… The more curious and active you are the more you take back.
Everytime we come to Goa we choose to go with Konkan Explorers and it's never been a repetitive experience. Had a wonderful morning with friends and family. Enjoyed Kayaking into the mysterious Mangroves and discovering new paths to find a way out.. Thank you all at Konkan Explorers. We will be back again. What a wonderful day.
4 based on 998 reviews
Anjuna Market is one of goa’s most popular flea markets, with a whole variety of sellers offering everything imaginable, you get a true sense of India with the smell of spices from the spice stalls as you pass by, each seller trying to encourage you to look at their wares, you will also find watering holes to buy foods& drink, but don’t expect luxury, these are very basic but if you do want a little more up market, wind your way through the market, towards the beach where you will find a really nice bar and restaurant.
The market can be reached by taxi or you can get a water taxi from along the beach, which we did as their was one right by our hotel, so worth asking in advance, the return trip cost around £10 Per person from Calangute Beach.
Warning: watch out for the scammers, they will approach you very fast and grab your ear, which happened to me, my first thought was that I had something in or on my ear and he was just getting it off, he then says don’t move and started to take grim out of your ear, which I could not believe, he then asked me to go to his shop which I refused, this was only to get me out of the crowd, he then tried to get £40 out of me for doing his scam I refused, it turns out that this is a known scam and they have this waxy brown stuff on there person and they use slight of hand very clever.
So if you get approached walk on don’t be dragged in.
That said great place to visit and grab a bargain.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
First held in 2007, the Sunburn Festival is an annual electronic dance music festival held in the seaside town of Vagator. Since its inception, Sunburn has grown to become one of Asia's largest music events. Held over four days, the festival artists from around the world and has hosted the likes of Paul Oakenfold, David Guetta, and Carl Cox along with a host of India's best-known electronic acts.
You can not afford to miss this event specially when you have a chance of experiencing David guetta, Dimitri Vegas and Martin on stage. The best event of the year I should say. No words to describe the adrenaline rush and enjoyment!
4 based on 3 reviews
Baga has like Calangute become a popular tourist destination so the beach has become very busy especially at weekends and public holidays.lots of shacks and water sports.As you walk along towards Calangute it becomes quieter between the two Beaches.On a Wednesday it’s possible to take a boat trip to Anjuna market.You can crossto the opposite side of the creek via the Baga bridge or there are some good restaurants beside the Baga river.Plenty of lifeguards stationed or patrolling the beach so a safe environment.Very popular with domestic tourists.
4.5 based on 500 reviews
This beach is less crowded. There are not many shacks and hawkers. There are no water sports. If you are looking for a calm and tranquil atmosphere, this beach is one of the best in north Goa.
This beach is best for people travelling solo or looking for a calm and peaceful environment.
Parking is free. Beach-beds are available for Rs.200. The shacks, as usual, are over-priced.
Of all the Beaches in North Goa, my top two picks are Ashwem and Morjim Beaches.
4.5 based on 318 reviews
This Church has really got good view around it. Its very quiet place as it remains open between 07:00 and 08:30 only. So reach during that period. Otherwise you will find it close as shown in picture also.
4.5 based on 722 reviews
This Beach is beautiful but it's far in North
Very Less Crowded
No Water Sports
Few choice of Beach Shack
Parking near to Beach not available
No Hotels and Restaurants closed by the beach
Note: Avoid getting massage on the beach and if you are not interested in having food and drinks on the beach then go for paid beds which they charge around INR 200 per couple for 2~3 hours. You can bargain also.
5 based on 93 reviews
The Surf Wala surf school was established on Arambol Beach, North Goa, in 2010 with a simple desire in mind; to share our passion for Surfing with anyone, locals and visitors alike, who might wish to join the growing community of surfers here. Our little tribe of board riders has steadily increased as news has spread that it is, in fact, possible to surf in Goa. Surf Wala exists in order to continue to encourage that message, to provide surf board hire, surf lessons, equipment and advice to anyone who feels enticed to begin Surfing in Goa, and most of all to provide a base for these people to come together. We believe that the special union a person develops with the ocean when they surf lays the foundation for a holistic manner of living which encourages physical and spiritual well-being, increased environmental and social awareness, as well as a pure primal joy in feeling the rush of riding a wave. It is this experience which draws us back day after day. “To learn patience, to feel awe, and to know exhilaration in the element of which we are all largely composed is a repeatedly enthralling experience we think everybody should have the opportunity to try.”
We stayed here 3 nights
Rooms are simple but the wibe is great
Nice place for young people great energies and friendly staff
Yono the owner is a wonderful and helpful young man
His helpers Swetta and Ema smiling and charming
Don't expect luxury but it's a great place to stay
Breakfast we ate at the Surf club next door
Good meals clean and tasty
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