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Go on a Beach Tour

Beach Exploration Never Ends Here

All cities have a soul, a quiet site or a unique phenomenon that leaves visitors awestruck and for Goa that place is but obviously its beaches. Home to more than 30 beaches, they cater to every tropical whim; from backpacker Arambol or palm fringed Palolem to laid back Mandrem or market bliss at Anjuna and adventure crazy Calangute, there is something here for everyone.

Here are 4 beaches that warrant a visit from everyone. 

1. Querim Beach: Also known as the Kerim Beach, the Querim Beach is located near the Tiracol fort. An old Portuguese fort and a 17th century church overlooks a peaceful and unexplored slice of the shore. It also has the options for paragliding and other sports. Be careful about going swimming in the water (especially near the Tiracol estuary that is formed by the Tiracol river meeting the Arabian sea) as that prove to be risky.

2. Arambol Beach: Surrounded by cliffs on two sides, the Arambol Beach is easily one of the best beaches in Goa. With a distinct bohemian feel, the beach attracts both local and international tourists in equal numbers. At a little distance to the north, there are number of scenic bays, the most famous among which is the sweet water lake at Paliem Beach (also referred to as Kalacha). It is believed that the lake has healing properties and many people also take mud baths here. The beach also hosts night parties and the Glastonbury street that leads to the beach is filled with shops and boutiques that sells a wide range of impressive items. You can also do some kite surfing and paragliding here as well.

3. Vagator Beach: Set picturesquely in the middle of cliffs and white sand, the Vagator beach is perfect for relaxing and unwinding. Lined with coconuts trees and Chapora fort for company, this is a great place to unwind and soak in the culture of the state. Don’t forget to bring along some sunscreen and a good book.

4. Calangute Beach: Close to Baga beach, Calangute beach has a lot of markets, restaurants, and accommodation options. Famous for its pubs and nightlife, make sure you stop here for a night of drinks and dance. Some things are best experienced, right?

And most importantly, don't forget to catch a sunset at any of these beach. Because if you choose correctly and plan in advance, you will be lucky to match your footprints with that of scuttling crabs' or if you are lucky, a friendly dog.

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