Goa Trip

#1 Oct 3rd, 2018, 16:14
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  • Koos Vogel is offline
My wife and I would like to go on a 10 day vacation to Goa already for quite a while. Living in Dubai will give some National Holidays end November and early December, we want to travel to mumbai Nov. 28th. and move on to Goa Dec. 1st. I have seen some posts on other sites where it has been mentioned to be over crowded that time of the year and prices been tripled. Can somebody give us advice?. We are not ''party animals''
#2 Oct 3rd, 2018, 17:37
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  • lismoresimon23 is offline
Generaly speaking Southern Goa is quiter than the North and the further South you go the quiter it gets. There are beaches for every budget and person.My favourites being Agonda and Benualium.
The begining of December until the end of January is the busiest time ,but it shouldnt be to difficult to find somewere that suits. Prices do increase,but compared to Dubai I would imagine it would be fairly cheap anyway.
Have a look on some online booking sites to get an idea of price.I would advise booking somewere to stay as far in advance as possible,you san allways cancel later.
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#3 Oct 3rd, 2018, 17:40
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  • snotty is offline
Goa prices shoot up from 15 Dec to 15 Jan, the peak being the new year week.
You should be okay if you are planning for the first half.
You would have to be a bit specific about what sort of advice or suggestion you are looking for.
Stay options, things to see options, food options, transport options or something else.
I you put in your interests, members could guide you better.
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#4 Oct 3rd, 2018, 20:59
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  • alokclicks is offline
You can stay at Colva Beach, there are several hotels near the beach like Goa Tourism Deptt owned Colva Residency, you can book online. Taxis / buses available near Colva Residency hotel. Please check online.

Happy Journey.
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#5 Oct 4th, 2018, 16:25
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  • no1lives4ever is offline
First week of december is not too crowded in north goa's party areas. While south goan beaches are nice and peaceful, you may want to divide your trip into 2 halves. Spend half time in north goa and then some quiet time in South Goa. In north goa, avoid calangute & baga. If you are not looking to party, then you can also give Anjuna a miss. Vagator has a nice W hotel that will keep you in a nice part of goa, near all the party hotspots w/o being too close to the actual parties.

Dont just dismiss north goa as party hotspot that is overcrowded. There are lots of really nice places to go and visit. The restaurant scene in North goa is very nice and happening.

-- no1lives4ever

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