Baga. The name is synonymous with Goa across the country. It first rose to fame once tourism opened its doors and the past few decades have seen it grow into the party capital of Goa. Sleepy Baga creek skirts the borders of the village.
Baga beach today is one of the most sought after locations with its electrifying nightlife, parties, clubs, Saturday night markets and more. It is part of the Calangute beach stretch and continues to enjoy its undisputed top rank amongst all the other beaches in Goa.
Don’t miss these favourite attractions while you’re exploring these parts.
To start with…
Baga beach, where else?
Baga beach calls her faithful in large numbers with her tempting shoreline of sparkling azure waters, enticing culinary options and nonstop activities under the sun. You’re never bored for choice here and you can spend a whole day trying out all the different kinds of water sports activities on Baga beach.
By the Creek…
The creek has plenty of boating and water sports activities. You can even dine at one of the many restaurants in the area.
Aguada Fort and Sinquerim Jetty
Once you’ve had your fill, you can drive further away to Calangute (hyperlink to Calangute guide) beach or Candolim that’s along the same stretch. Candolim(hyperlink) has a variety of options you can explore such as the famous Aguada Fort. Do spend some time enjoying a relaxing view from Sinquerim jetty that was once a fishing village.
Night out at…
Back in Baga, the sojourn continues into the night with pub hopping at the various pubs and night clubs. Titos Lane is famous for its rows of night clubs that will have you party into the sunrise.
During the season, catch the chilled out vibe at Mackies Saturday Night Market along Baga creek. Famous for its international flavour in food, art and music, it certainly has something different to offer.
(Read about the famous night markets of Goa here)