Goa in September

#1 Jun 18th, 2017, 02:15
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Hello IMers.
We( three couples and two kids) are all set for goa in September first week.
1. Place to stay- apartment/villa would do? Any good hotel with personal beach?
2. Any special food joint ( vegetarian)
3. Places not to miss.
4. Any other suggestions.
#2 Jun 18th, 2017, 10:17
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You could add where you would prefer to stay (north/south), how many days you would be staying and what would be your mode of transport in Goa. Would help for the advice.
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#3 Jun 18th, 2017, 11:44
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#4 Jun 19th, 2017, 20:12
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I don't know which place north or south would be better.we are planning to hire activa. It's a five full days trip.
#5 Jun 19th, 2017, 21:27
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You could select north goa as your base.

Options for stay from my end would be - Bougainvillea Guest House, Candolim or Kingstork Resort, Calangute. The former can let you walk down to Sinquerim beach and lower aguada fort, the host is a gem of a person for any sort of help or information. The later is in Calangute, you can walk out to the beach directly via a small road, accessible to many food joints, Baga beach and is reasonably priced.

You can plan visits to 1.Terekhol fort, Querim beach and Arambol beach,
2. Old goa churches, Mangueshi temple, spice plantation and panjim - miramar beach, dona paula, panjim church, cruise.
3. Water sports, dolphin ride, aguada fort and light house and anjuna, baga, calangute beach
4. Repeat anything that you like or else go to south goa (long ride) - beaches, aquarium, big foot museum and old Portuguese house.

Usual suggestion - Don't rush through places, plan for 3-4 activities and places to visit in a day. Spend time enjoying the beauty.
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Thanks for the suggestions guys.
#7 Aug 26th, 2017, 21:46
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Hi
Colva beach is also a nice beach to enjoy, stay at Colva Residency in Colva.

Thanks
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#8 Aug 26th, 2017, 22:03
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Wouldn't recommend colva with the other options available in Goa. Not that it is bad, others are better.
#9 Aug 26th, 2017, 22:10
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Arambol is slightly quieter and for me better than Calangute. (It was 10 years ago anyway!)

Guess there would be more to do in Calangute with kids in tow

Arambol around 25km north of Calangute
#10 Aug 27th, 2017, 00:12
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Adding to the report mentioned by aarosh, you can also visit amboli waterfalls, hirnayakeshi udgam and kavelshet. Do hire a vehicle for all this. I did all this and arvalem in Sep'15. Spent 3 nights in goa and didn't visit a single beach.

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