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Best Way to Spend Your Vacation in Goa

Goa, also known as the Caribbean of South Asia, is one of the states in India that is famous for the beauty of its beaches. Although it is just a small coastal state on the Arabian Sea, it has long stretches of beautiful beaches with soft white sands and clear blue waters from the Querim Beach in the north, all the way down to Palolem Beach of South Goa. The best part in travelling in Goa is that one beach invariably leads to another, each having a charm and a faithful fan following that is unique unto itself.

Anjuna Beach, for one, is specifically famous for its parties held during the full moon as well as the historic mansions. Those who wish to take tours outside of the beach areas have the mansions to keep them enthralled. Anjuna Beach also has some fabulous options of accommodation such as the Hotel LAguna Anjuna, The Mapple Nirvana Hermitage, The Flushing Meadows as well as the La Oasis Anjuna. The whole of Anjuna Beach comes alive once a week, on Wednesdays, thanks to its famous Flea Market. Here you will find shops loaded with handicrafts and trinkets native to Tibet, Gujarat and Kashmir. Other interesting products found here include European snacks, imitation ornament carvings, cassettes and CDs of Goa Trance Music and Fashion wear, enough to keep a shopaholic occupied.

Baga Beach, is one which is famous for the night spots it hosts. An additional advantage of this beach is the soft and snowy sand that is lined with bars and guest houses. However, the most alluring feature of this place is the beach shacks. These are small hut-like structures that used for accommodation. They not only provide comfortable housing, but also give you the opportunity to add some memorable pictures to your photo album. Like Anjuna Beach, Baga Beach also has a weekly flea market functioning on Saturdays. While you will find everything here, the market is particularly famous for its collection of Kashimiri Handlooms.

Goa, truly is one of the most ideal holiday destinations in India and will continue to surprise tourists in years to come.

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