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Goa Beach Tour

Gifts of nature can be seen in abundance in Goa, with its enchanting scenic beauty, magnificent beaches covering its 105-km long palm-fringed coast interspersed with enchanting coves, bays, paddy fields, shady coconut trees, cashew and mango groves, dotted with tiny picturesque villages, temples and churches, forts and monuments, it's architecture, feasts and festivals and above all, friendly and hospitable people.

Every time we talk of India and beaches, Goa is the first name that comes to mind. The sandy Goan beaches are really no less then a paradise. And what can be a better way then Goa beach vacation tours to explore the true beauty of the beaches of Goa. This tour package takes you on an exotic vacation of this fantastic state. And with this travel package you get to explore not only the serene beaches of Goa, but you also get to visit other popular places to see in Goa. Like the forts in Goa, wildlife parks and lot more.

Goa Beach Tours takes you to the following beaches:

Agonda Beach

Village of Agonda comes in between Panaji and Palolem. It is a three-kilometer-long beach flocked by a very few tourists. The tourists who do not want to be disturbed by a swarming crowd often head to this beach. You will get a much-needed solitude at Agonda Beach, which is rare in cities. In comparison to other beaches, Agonda Beach is much cleaner due to lack of beach crowd. There are no shopkeepers to bother, as you will find no shops and restaurants in this beach. The solitary sea, silver sand and shining sun is there to heighten your experience of Goa Beach Tours. But there is a word of caution for the tourists. Do not venture to far into the sea even if you know swimming. The facilities here are not as good as in other beaches and you will be required to carry all the requisite items.

Aguada Beach

Aguada Beach, one of the most favorite beaches of Goa, lies in the north of Goa. The beach is full of tourists all through the day who come here to enjoy the beach as well as the heritage. One gets to see a clear and an undisturbed view of the sea from the Fort Aguada. The Portuguese had a contribution in the construction of Fort Aguada mainly to check and control the entry of the enemies into Goa from River Mandovi. Fort Aguada protected old Goa from all the invasions. The fortification walls of Fort Aguada are right position from where you can absorb the beauty of the beaches of Goa right up to the borders of the Maharashtra.

Anjuna Beach

Anjuna Beach was discovered and popularized between the late 1950s to mid-1960s by a group of travelers including the "Eight Finger Eddie". There are lots of attractions at Anjuna Beach for the tourists. It is better known as the "Freak Capital of the World" probably for its Trance Parties and the Hippies. The tourists especially foreigners love these trance parties. The tourists come to Anjuna Beach especially to be a part of Full-Moon Parties and the Wednesday Flea Market. If you are a heritage digger, ten you are at the right place. There are some important buildings around the beach with great historic significance. On Goa Beach Tours, learn something about heritage as well. The Albuquerque Mansion, Mascarenhas Mansion and Chapora Fort around the Anjuna Beach are the Portuguese buildings and makes for a delightful visit.

Calangute Beach

Village of Calangute lies in Bardez taluka and is about 16 km from Panaji. Calangute Beach is popular among the tourists and is known as the "Queen of Beaches". It is one of the most celebrated and commercialized of all beaches of Goa. Calangute Beach boosts of being one of the top ten bathing beaches in the world. Beach facilities here are very well developed. The beach is flocked not only tourists but also locals. You can come to the beach during the daytime and stay here till late in the evening. For the entertainment of the tourists, cultural events like rock shows, pop shows, open-air dances and fetes are organized quite frequently.

Colva Beach

Colva Village lies is merely 6 km from Margao. 25 km of coastline makes Colva beach the oldest and the largest beach of Goa. Walk on bare-footed on the silver white sand, relax under the shades ofthe coconut palms or indulge in beach sports while on Goa Beach Tours. The Colva beach starts from Bogmalo in the north to Cabo de Rama in the south. The Colva Beach was once the favorite weekend getaway for the upper class elites of Margao. They often headed to Colva for the "Mundanca" or the 'Change of Air'. Get an air of aristocracy at Colva by looking around at luxurious houses or villas scattered all around the village.

Dona Paula Beach

Dona Paula Beach is a small beach in comparison to other beaches of Goa. It is renowned for the beach sports activities. The beach is named after a Portuguese girl, Dona Paula de Menzes. She was the daughter of a Viceroy in colonial India. The locals will tell you the love tale of this girl. She fell in love with a local fisherman named Gaspar Dias but was not allowed to marry him by his father. She committed suicide by falling off a cliff to show her true love for the boy. The locals believe that the body of Dona Paula is kept in the Cabo Chapel of the Raj Bhawan. They also believe that she comes out from the waves in the moon lit night wearing only a pearl necklace. Many tourists are attracted to this beach by this story. They are saddened by the sad end to a love story and hope to see Dona Paula in the moonlight.