Baga Beach In Goa

It is an extension of the world-famous Calangute Beach. There’s no saying where one ends and the other begins. The scenery doesn’t change much; one sort of flows into another here.

The beach is easily accessible. It is only 10 km from Mapusa. There’s a small river that flows into the sea here. You can go for village visits on country boats. The Saturday Flea Market at Anjuna is just a walk away. Many souvenir and handicraft shops line the beach. You can also try your hand at cooking traditional cuisine at one of the few shacks that offer this facility.

Baga beach is a hot scene of action – whether we’re talking about bodies out in the sun waiting to be tanned or the abundance of adventure activities. You can find jet skis, paragliders, speed boats and the like at the beach. Of course, no one can question the fact that beach games, parties and the nightlife is what people flock here for! Baga beach became very popular with youngsters, in the 1990s.

There are moderate to expensive accommodation near the beach – shacks and tents to luxury resorts and private hotels – that caters to all segments of travellers and fun-seekers. Although hotel owners and restaurants hike their prices during Christmas and New Years, it is still the best time to visit any part of coastal Goa, especially Baga.

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Beaches In Goa

Nerul Beach | Miramar Beach | Candolim Beach | Sinquerim Beach | Baga Beach | Calangute Beach
Anjuna Beach | Vagator Beach | Morjim Beach | Arambol Beach | Dona Paula Beach | Asvem Beach
Mandrem Beach | Agonda Beach | Benaulim Beach | Betul Beach | Betalbatim Beach
Utorda Beach
| Velsao Beach