Here’s a Handy Goa Tourism Guide for the Solo Travellers Out There


Goa Tourism Guide for the Solo Travellers

Solo travelling is an awesome way to explore yourself. You can plan your trip as per your convenience, set your own rules and enjoy the trip like no one’s watching. Goa, being home to the white sandy beaches, party joints and its unique cuisines, is a wonderful destination for solo travellers. 

Travelling alone is fun, but at the same time needs certain planning. You are on your own when it comes to figuring out the way ahead. It can be a wise idea to plan it in advance and you can do this by using the Goa tourism guide on LBB to start with. 

Positioned on the western margin of the country, Goa is the smallest state of India. The shore of this beautiful province is stretched along the Arabian Sea and offers many picture-perfect locations for the sea-lovers and beach bums. 

So if you are all set to begin your journey as a solo traveller from this beautiful place, here’s a handy Goa tourism guide for you:

Goa season stays around the year:


Generally, the best time to visit this ‘Sun city of India’ is to celebrate the occasion of Christmas. People flock this city between October and February, but this is not the only time to visit. 

The serene beaches remain crowded during its peak season, if you are alone and not a beach bum, then monsoon is equally beautiful with the green surroundings and less crowd. Rain cleans the city and makes it fresh and new. If you are here in June, you can be a part of the famous Sao Jao Festival. That said, as a solo traveller, you will always find something to engage in here.  

Staying in Goa:

Goa Tourism Guide - Vagator beach
Image – Joegoauk Goa via Flickr

You have to select your stay among the two options, North Goa or South Goa. North Goa is a bit congested, but if you like the crowd and enjoy parties, then North Goa is the best option for you. This section of the city is provided with more party spots compared to South Goa. In addition, in Panjim, you can enjoy exploring ancient structures. 

But, if you are searching for a quiet stay, then head towards Margao for experiencing the authenticity of the state with the sea around. The tourist industry has missed out this region of South Goa. You cannot stop yourself from exploring the old royal style buildings, churches, and temples lined on the streets. Ahead of a few miles from Margao, you have the option of exploring the unspoiled and serene beaches and indulge in various water sports. 

In North Goa, you can check out the Happy Panda Hostel near Arambol or The Prison Hostel near Anjuna Beach. Some other budget options are Alor Holiday Resort on Calangute beach and Grandpa’s Inn near Anjuna beach. 

In the South Goa, you can stay around Palolem beach. The Dreamcatcher Eco Resort is one among the best options here. You can find more information about good lodging facilities here by visiting Goa tourism guide on LBB.

Goa is an awesome place but you won’t find many options for local commuting, it could be a wise idea to hire a car or a bike to roam around.

Best places to visit in Goa:

Baga Beach

Goa Tourism Guide - Baga Beach
Image – Aman Gupta via Flickr

Baga beach is home to many cafes, party spots, discos, etc. Head towards this beach if chilling out and partying are what you are looking for. 

Basilica of Bom Jesus:

Goa Tourism Guide Basilica of Bom Jesus
Image – Kirk Siang via Flickr

The Spanish people invented this notorious church in the year 1605. This church preserves the relics of St. Francis Xavier. The UNESCO has recognized this as the World Heritage Site. The church bears a red look due to its creation, with red color brick, that differs it from the other churches of the city. 

Chapora Fort:

Goa Tourism Guide Chapora Fort
Image – Alexey Komarov via Flickr

The movie, ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ has publicized this fort and made it famous. This place is a must-visit point of the city with a splendid sight of Vagator Beach.

Aguada Beach:

Aguada Beach Fort
Image Pixabay

With a lighthouse inside, this Portuguese fort is a famous attraction among the tourists. In fact, driving on the way that leads to this destination is a fun0filled experience. 

Dona Paula Jetty:

Goa Tourism Guide Dona Paula Jetty
Image – Joegoauk Goa via Flickr

You should include this famous tourist landing in your bucket list of Goa. You will get a magnificent view of the sea from this point. This place was presented in the renowned Bollywood film, Singham. 

Forrest Food court:

Goa Tourism Guide Forrest Food court

This is the perfect place for tasting the traditional Goan delicacy with a diverse menu each day.  

Dudhsagar waterfalls: 

Goa Tourism Guide Dudhsagar waterfalls
Image – Kumaresh Rajarajan via Flickr

Dudhsagar waterfall is a must-visit of Goa. Though, 50kms away from proper Goa, while an amazing place for doing photography and exploration. 

Adventures for solo traveller:

Goan Water sports like jet-skiing, banana ride, scuba diving, etc. are the awesome activities you can indulge. The nightlife of Goa is just amazing, as it offers a bundle of joys like enjoying a beach party, dance clubs or you can visit casinos. You can find more such amazing adventures that you can experience in Goa on LBB.

The city embraces a wealthy list of adventures for seeing, doing or experiencing. This place is perfect as a holiday destination considering the rich cultural heritage, sandy beaches, and foremost architectural beauties.

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