Thursday, 31 March 2016

Goa Diaries #2: Colva Beach

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Sexy beaches is the first thing that comes to mind when we talk about Goa. And yes, Goa is indeed famous for Baga beach and Calangute beach but what most people miss is the beautiful Colva beach. If you have been there then you would know what I mean. You would fall in love with its white sand and clean water.

Goa is divided in 2: North Goa and South Goa.
Where North Goa is happening with all clubs and action, South Goa is more peaceful and serene. So the choice is yours where you want to be and it totally depends on type of vacation you want. You can decide accordingly.
As for us, we did both and it was cool.

Talking about beaches, given North Goa is commercialized, the beaches get exceptionally crowded and dirty. I am one of those people who like to visit less crowded and clean places, hence we chose Colva beach. And it was so beautiful.
Honestly, playing in the ocean on Colva beach reminded me of my experiences in South Africa. Yes, Durban and Cape Town have lovely, clean and beautiful beaches. For two days we stayed in South Goa and yes, there was nothing much to do in the night but still it was epic. Sometimes it is good to play and have fun throughout the day and then just spend the evening with your loved ones. 

The water activities on this beach are also awesome however it is a little expensive. Given it is only beach in South Goa, they charge monopoly prices. If you want water activities like Paragliding, Jet Ski etc. then go to Calangute. Similar experience at much cheaper rates.

All in all, it was an awesome relaxing fun experience and if you want to just chill out then Colva is the place to be. :)

Love and Cheers

8 comments:

  1. Been there... it is a beautiful beach :)

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    1. Hi Sakshi
      Thanks for stopping by.
      It is indeed a beautiful place :)
      Cheers

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    1. Hi Rajesh
      Thanks for stopping by.
      It is indeed a beautiful place :)
      Cheers

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  3. Stayed in Goa for couple of years and visited Colva every single day ! Nice post :)

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    1. Thanks :)
      And I am so jealous... i wish i ever stayed in Goa :)

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  4. I found the post very interesting and informative. I'll be off to Goa this month-end, and your post gave me a different perspective.

    Thanks!
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    1. Hi Subhodeep
      I am glad it helped.
      I am going to add more posts on Goa. Stay tuned :)
      Cheers

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