Goa Travel Guide
Goa Travel Guide page has a collection of all our blog posts about Goa.
Goa – the land of sandy beaches, beautiful villages, delicious food, happy people, amazing parties and magical vibes. Yes, Goa is our favorite place on earth. This where we want to retire and live in a small house. Goa beaches may not have turquoise water, but these beaches are massive! “Majestic” is the word that comes to my mind when I visit Goa’s beaches. Apart from beaches, Goa also has a few waterfalls, lakes, lagoons, rivers, cliffs and many more undiscovered areas. This place is so beautiful, that the hippies came here back in the 1960s – 1970s and did not want to leave. Many of them still live here and they call this place their home. Goa is the birthplace of psychedelic trance music and has some of the best PsyTrance parties in the world. If you’re visiting India, you can not miss Goa. Here are some of my blog posts for Goa travel guide section which will help you make the most of your time in this glorious destination.
Ever heard of Goa Tribal Festival? No, it’s not a psytrance party but a festival that involves REAL tribes of Goa. If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you must be aware that San and I were volunteering in Goa and living here for a few months. In fact, I often call...read more
What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Goa? I bet it’s the beaches or palm trees. Same with me, because in my many visits to Goa and even living here, I usually stuck to the coastline. If you look at the map of Goa, you will notice there is a...read more
This guide is about Goa Flea Markets. To read more travel articles about Goa, visit this page. Whether you’re a shopaholic or not, Goa flea markets are sure to win your heart. With their vivid colors, spicy aromas, interesting sights, and funny sounds, visiting them...read more
If you’re following us on Facebook, you must have noticed that we’re in Goa. No, we are not here for a week or two but are here for a few months. We’re not “holiday”ing here but are volunteering in Goa. This is our way of slow travel because we want to make our way to...read more
Travel Tips to get the most out of your Goa visit I’m sure by know you know that I absolutely LOVE Goa. I love it so much that I spent many hours a few days back in my attempt to create the most detailed guide on the internet to North Goa! Here are some essential Goa...read more
A detailed guide to the beaches of North Goa. You think North Goa is full? Yes, it is full but only if you visit the likes of Anjuna, Baga, Candolim and Calangute areas. Those who wander beyond these beaches will fall in love with this wonderland. Yes, I have visited...read more
After visiting Goa at least ten times, I have come to realize that Vagator is my favorite place to stay. While it’s far from North Goa’s most crowded beaches, it’s sufficiently close to good beaches, forts and some of the best beach bars and parties. Oh and the best...read more
Goa is perhaps India’s most popular destination. It is known for its massive beaches and a unique culture that’s a mix of Indian and Portuguese. It is not a city but is a state (or a province) that’s divided in many zones. I have lost count of the number of times I...read more
A hippie travel writer with flowers in her hair, Sonal Kwatra Paladini should have been born in the 1960s! Bitten by the infamous travel bug, she has an itch to explore resort-free destinations, offbeat islands and small villages. Join her and her husband (Sandro) on their journey as they hop from one music festival to another and explore the beautiful world that they are in love with! Follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.Sonal Kwatra Paladini