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Bogmalo Beach Goa Travel

Which place serves as the main hub for tourists visiting the state of Goa? There is no competition there. Vasco takes home the prize. The town lies on  the western tip of the Mormugao peninsula, at the mouth of the Zuari River, about 30 km from Panjim and 5 km from the Dabolim Airport. Vasco is the only city in Goa which is well connected by road (national highway 17A), rail (south western railway), sea (Mormugao harbour) and air (Dabolim airport).

Being such a well known and well connected city, it should have something to boast about. Bogmalo beach is their pride. Located 8 km from Vasco and 5 km from Dabolim airport, you can reach there by cab. It is not any other beach, it receives a large number of tourists every year and yet you can maintain your privacy and enjoy the peace and quiet. The most attractive thing about this beach is the sunset.

The yellow orange tinged sun with a pinkish hue, dipping at the horizon is a sight you cannot miss in this lifetime. Well if you are in an…

Dona Paula Beach Goa Travel

Tranquil and blue, Dona Paula unravels the ultimate in aquatic sport and fun. Apart from enjoying the great view from atop the hillock, you can simply relax in benches enjoying the evening sea breeze and sunset. So watch the difference in the water color. See the Arabian sea far into the horizon. And make sure you sip the refreshing lemon drink the locals sell.

So that’s it for now, the above 10 beaches should be good enough to spend a memorable and relaxing time in Goa.

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Vagator Beach Goa Travel

The lush greenery all around, the swaying palms and aquamarine water of the Arabian Sea of Vagator Beach takes your breath away. Vagator beach resembles a crescent as it meets the Chapora estuary. This beach boasts of white sand that are beautifully contrasted with black rocks. The soft white sands, the black lava rocks, the coconut palms, the lush green landscape, nature playing its own music, and the sea turning from aquamarine to emerald green is how Vagator is usually described.

Vagator Beach is the northernmost beach of Bardez Taluka, Goa. It is located on the opposite bank of the Chapora River from Morjim in Pernem. Vagator is located approximately a one hour drive from the Dabolim Airport. The nearest railway station is at Tivim. Vagator is at a distance of 9 km from Mapusa, and 22 km far from the state capital Panaji. There are frequent buses to Panaji and Mapusa from Vagator.

Vagator beach google picVagator Beach is split into two main beaches by a seaside headland which hol…

Colva Beach Goa Travel

This beach is a spec­ta­cle of sea, sand and sky, the perfect blend of an enchant­ing nat­ural har­mony, weav­ing their magic spell on the vis­i­tors. It was known for its scenic beauty. This is part of Sal­cete, Goa’s only Catholic major­ity sub-district. Once a very hos­pitable area, now rela­tions are get­ting mon­e­tized thanks to tourism.

Its stretch is around 2.4 km; the beach consists of the finest powder white sand and is lined along its shore by coconut palms. It has been one of the famous beaches of Goa, and is a threat to those who want to have a lovely sunbathe and a peaceful relaxed moment. It is gradually changing pace with the century, so it has become noisy although still a beautiful beach to sit on.

Recently in the 21st century, Colva has 3 subdivided beaches Colva beach which is the prime beach, Sunset beach (towards Betalbatim) which is less congested and then Baywatch beach (towards Benaulim at Sernabatim).

Colva is approximately 8 kilometers from Margao and 40 k…