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Which Goa Beach is Best for this year summer?

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1. Posted by rogerbinny (Budding Member 10 posts) 1y

Hi,

i wold like to ask one suggestion regarding Goa Travel guide. Myself and Wife plan to go Goa this year Summer :)i mean Mar-Apr. I know Lot of Beaches there. we need a good peaceful romantic beach.Please help me?

Regards,
Roger

2. Posted by rogerbinny (Budding Member 10 posts) 1y

Hey till now didn't get any answer .Waiting for the answer come on friends

3. Posted by elizabeth35 (Budding Member 4 posts) 1y

Baga beach is a popular beach in Goa. Summers can be humid but sitting near the beach during early morning, and late evenings can be breezy. The beaches are not fit for swimming or water sports summer but still you can bath when the undercurrents are not very strong.

4. Posted by tejasd1 (Budding Member 12 posts) 1y

You can go to south goa. Few of the beaches out there are isolated. North goa beaches such as baga, calangute and anjuna are the popular ones. Summers are very humid out here so would recommend to go these places early morning or late evenings.

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6. Posted by Vickyright007 (Budding Member 14 posts) 1y

Hello
How are you.

I am Vicky from India :)

It is advisable to go there before march because after march the off season starts there and you won't be able to enjoy any water sport. Also it is better to stay at north Goa, where you can enjoy your time at beautiful beaches.
South Goa is not that much popular for happening beaches.
If you are planing for Goa then i would suggest you to visit Rajasthan as well, A beautiful and most popular state of India.
Popular for its heritage building and rich culture :)

Hope my suggestion will work it out for you.

For more suggestion and advice you can write back to me.

Take Care :)

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8. Posted by MystiquePersona (Budding Member 8 posts) 1y

If you are looking for a romantic beach that is less crowded, Palolem is a good bet. As a thumb rule, beachs in south of Goa are much less crowded than the ones in the north.

cheers,

Vikas :)

[ Edit: Edited on 27-Feb-2013, at 03:55 by MystiquePersona ]