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Vacationing in the lovely beaches of Goa is a relief after all the mind-taxing work we need to deal with in our daily lives. You can sunbathe in the famous beach destinations to visit in Goa, prowl along the old streets, visit the churches, party with strangers and get drunk with cheap alcohol as you set your wild spirits loose in the crazy yet gorgeous place called Goa.

The top four Beach Stays in Goa

Take the enjoyment to a new level with an extravagant stay in Goa hotels. You should ensure that the hotels are located by the sea. The best beach hotels to choose from would definitely be one of the following:

Pousada Tauma, Calangute:

The idyllic retreat in the perfect setting with soothing ambience will make you miss it as you check out, although it could be a tad bit costly with tariffs starting from Rs 10,757 per night.

Bougainvillea Guest House, Goa:

It is an excellent guest house and accounts for a pleasing stay with prices commencing from Rs 3,469.

Casa Tres Amigos, Assagao:

It is one of the best in Goa dishing out a perfect getaway. The stay is comparatively cheaper and ranges from Rs 1,883 per night.

Taj Exotica Goa, Benaulim:

This hotel ensures a peaceful and luxurious stay with the friendly staff making your visit more pleasurable. Prices start at Rs 10,685 and above.

Make your stay filled with comfort and convenience as you set out to seek the beauty of Goa Tourism.

Enjoying in Goa

The North Goa beaches specially Calangute and Bagah beaches are major tourist hubs with fine resorts at every nook and corner. Though there are empty patches here and there that require shaping up but still the beaches are worth a visit for visualizing the Old Goa setting. The South Goa beaches such as Colva and Palolem are comparatively shinier and more attractive and is a must visit while touring in Goa. The St. Catherine’s Cathedral, the Baroque Basilica de Bom Jesus in Old Goa on the Rua das Naus de Ormuz, Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary and the dated structures of the Portuguese Empire are a “must see” on your visit to the hippie destination of India.

As the newest member of the content team, Shivangi Rajendran comes from the world of professional dancing. With a passion for travel and a flair for writing, the Masters in Mass Communication is just an added advantage. A gypsy at heart, she doesn’t believe in planning and is always ready to pack her bags and leave.

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