Indian teenagers grow up with a dream. A dream of a godly place that features on the top of every group of friends when planning (but never executed properly, Alas!). Many have come and gone, some have mapped every inch of all of Goa’s islands, and some may not know any other name except Baga beach and Calangute beach, however, there is one thing without a doubt, regardless of how often you land up on this beach-y paradise you will always discover something new. Click here to see 20+ Goa Tour itineraries.
This time around take your partner on a get-away where both of you can hold each other’s hand and feel the warm sand underneath your feet with a glass of your lovely drink in your hand. Take a gander at the skyline; do you see how the sky meets the ocean? Take a gander at the waves, do you see how they hot the stones and return without fail? Take a gander at the sun, withdrawing down into the ocean deserting superb shades of colour. Sounds like the ideal setting for a shoreline romance, isn’t that right? Click here to look for a Goa Honeymoon package.
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We looked in, out and around Goa and discovered the spots that are madly romantic, far from hustle, bustle and people. Only for the two of you. Presenting, 7 offbeat romantic spots in Goa for an extraordinary beach romance. Click here to look for a Goa Honeymoon package.
Go rock spotting at the Vagator Beach
Hurl the typical crowd at Anjuna-esque beaches and head directly to Vagator. It is a laid back beach with enough view to last you a whole day.
Getting around: It is around an hour long drive away from Diabolim Airport. You could likewise lease a bike for 250-400rs and use it to get around. If in case you want this one to be romantic, go for a bike.
What to do: A typical movie-like beach romance evening. This rough shoreline offers an astonishing view of the whole landscape. The dramatic red precipices after dark with the twilight sky would offer an ideal setting for you and your loved one. Likewise, in the event that you are a Harry Potter fan- – the stones look like Hogwarts from a few edges. Perhaps go chasing for the ideal spot.
Eat, Drink, Party: Scarlet’s, Chapora-The go-to destination of travellers for great fruit juices and salads.Thalassa- Go to Thalassa for their magnificent Greek cuisine and the amazing scene of Vagator. Perfect date, much?Nine Bar- Looking for good music and cheap liquor? Head to Nine Bar. They host a party pretty much every 7-11pm. Click here to look for an awesome Goa holiday package.
Enjoy Indo-French inspired gourmet cuisine at Le Poisson Rouge
Le Poisson Rouge is the brainchild of a cook who brought together Indo-french turns to their cuisine and made this spot the most elite and one of a kind high-end dining place in Goa.
Getting around: Located around Baga, simple to find. You can ask local people or simply Google maps or Zomato it.
What to do: This spot call for one of those evening dinners which begins with the lady accepting a dress, shoes and a card asking her out to dinner and finishes with wine and French treats.
Eat, Drink, Party: If in case you want to make it special, request for Chef Gregory’s specials for the day. Combined with the perfect candlelit vibe and incredible service it would be a superb meal. Try their Shrimp Stuffed Calamari and Beetroot Carpaccio, they taste incredible. You could likewise give their Mozzarella Samosa and Poisson special cocktail an attempt. Click here to look for an awesome Goa holiday package.
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A spooky evening at the 3 Kings Church
The Three Kings Church gets its name from a similar spot it gets the story. The spot is known to be spooky and if in the chance that you are sufficiently attentive you can feel the spirits around you. Named after the three kings who battled and poisoned one another and managed to die at a similar time at the “Last Supper”, this spot is said to have their spirits waiting around. These are not destructive spirits, however strong ones.
Getting around: Located in town cansaulim, 15 km a long way from velsao in south Goa, you can get around on a bike.
What to do: Well, begin with finding if the spot is really haunted or not. You don’t have anything to lose either way, the view is amazing and the spooky-ness just adds to your romance! Click here to see 20+ Goa Tour itineraries.
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Bird Watching at the Dr Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary
Birds are tranquil to watch and the art of bird watching significantly more so. Head to the Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary.
Getting around: Through a free of cost ship across the river by the government of Goa towards Chorao Island. The most ideal time will be in the mornings where you can see the sunrise and the birds chirping.
What to do: There are tides on both the sides of the haven, subsequently you should encounter the high tide for backwaters and well as the low tide for marshy bird watching. Invest time in nature, yet remember don’t panic the birds. Click here to look for an awesome Goa holiday package.
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Rachol otherwise called Raiturais a town in Salcete in Goa. The ground to the well known Rachol Seminary. With long stretches of history on its side, the Rachol has traces of moats and the main gate of the colonial Portuguese fort. The historical backdrop of this spot is romance in itself.
Getting there: It is found 8kms from the shoreline of Madgao. You can once more utilize your bike and appreciate the landscape in transit.
What to do: Rachol is where you go and sit. Taking in Rachol’s air, given its confined area and the way that a ton of tourists isn’t aware of it, in itself is spiritual food for your relationship. Click here to see 20+ Goa Tour itineraries.
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Divar Island is an unquestionable requirement to go on if you want an ideal romantic beach get-away. Reason? It is an island. In the genuine sense and magnificence of it. Remember those times when you consider being distant from everyone else on an island with your partner? This is as close as you can get to that fantasy.
Getting Around: It is situated around upriver 10 km from Panjim. Discovering transport may not be troublesome ( Yes, leasing a bike in Goa is the most convenient way to get around).
What to do: On the ride to the town, you will see paddy fields, wooded hills around the roadways and typical Goan lifestyles. Also, when on an island, do what they do—Relax, absorb the nature and the landscape, try some roadside local munchies and gain memories. Click here to see awesome Goa packages.
Ponda is geologically the heart of Goa, a spot which has the right to be on your romantic escapes to-do-list. 29kms far from Panjim, it is likewise called the cultural city of Goa. This city is your opportunity to go around and investigate culture, love, ways of life and all the in between.
Getting Around: It is situated on the National Highway 4A among Panjim and Belgam. Take a shuttle bus from Kadamba bus end to arrive. Stay away from the local buses, they take more time to reach.
What to do: Ponda is known for the artistic temples and has seen various types of religions over a period of time. You could likewise visit the Dudh Sagar wildlife sanctuary, Herbarium Abyss-an organic farm, Pascoal Spice town, Sahakri Spice farm and Butterfly Conservatory of Goa.
Eat, Drink and Party: Do remember to try the Goan-Hindu style arrangements of this zone. You may not discover a ton of beverage aside from local bars around. Do try some feni, however. Click here to look for an awesome Goa holiday package.
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With that, we believe we have given you a sufficiently long to-do list for that sizzling romance and shoreline escape you have been dying to have with your partner. You could likewise try offbeat areas like the area behind Kala academy, it has a feeling that it is straight out of an old film set, Thalassa, a pleasant couples spa massage. You could even lease a houseboat. We’ll leave the rest to your imaginations; look at our special packages for your fantasy beach romance escape. Click here to look for a Goa Honeymoon package.