Coming to Goa


#1 Jun 25th, 2017, 22:16
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Well after a few years we have finally managed to get some pennies together and we coming back to goa, I'm so excited, we will be staying in calangute, now we have stayed at the horizon and palmarina, but just wish to know what you guys think, id like to go back to Horizon but I'm looking at the Osbourne, id like a fairly small hotel, and with somewhere to store passports,ect like the horizon had x
plus for those who have been recently can you give me the low down, I last went in 09.. and things were gearing up for the Russians,ect..Is calangute still as busy?
heck so many questions x
#2 Jun 28th, 2017, 20:30
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Originally Posted by cosmic View Post Well after a few years we have finally managed to get some pennies together and we coming back to goa, I'm so excited, we will be staying in calangute, now we have stayed at the horizon and palmarina, but just wish to know what you guys think, id like to go back to Horizon but I'm looking at the Osbourne, id like a fairly small hotel, and with somewhere to store passports,ect like the horizon had x
plus for those who have been recently can you give me the low down, I last went in 09.. and things were gearing up for the Russians,ect..Is calangute still as busy?
heck so many questions x
Hi cosmic

You will still find Calangute and Goa to be the pleasant place that you remember from your last visit in 2009.

Sure, you will notice more development and some changes but fine sunny Goa weather is one thing that does not change and coming from a colder climate you will again enjoy the bright sunshine of Goa.

Hotel room rates have more than doubled in the last 8 years so expect to pay more for your stay in Horizon or Osbourne. But on the plus side most hotels have also been renovated in the last 8 years so you can expect some improvement in the quality of your hotel room.

Calangute was busy in 09 and along with Baga is still the busiest beach area of Goa. Candolim just south of Calangute is somewhat less busy. For food, there are more and more vegetarian restaurants now to cater to the domestic tourists who are now the single largest group of tourists in Goa.

Yes. it has been more Russian tourists every year and you will find many beach shacks displaying their food menus in Russian to attract the Russian business.

No real "low down" from me. Goa is still a very popular destination so expect more tourists and I hope your next Goa stay will be as exciting and memorable as your 2009 Goa visit
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thank you x

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