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Hotels in North Goa, Goa: 13 FabHotels
Budget Hotels in North Goa, Goa
North Goa is one of the most thronged tourist destinations in India. It includes popular spots, such as Baga, Calangute, Candolim and Sinquerim. To cater to the accommodation demand of globetrotters, there are several hotels in North Goa. Preferred budget hotels in North Goa are FabHotel All Seasons Calangute Beach, FabHotel La Flamingo Calangute and FabHotel The King's Court Calangute. At all FabHotels, complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi access are offered to guests for a hassle-free stay.
About North Goa
North Goa spans from the estuary of the Zuari River all the way to the Goa-Maharashtra border. Most of the famous shores are situated in this part of the state, drawing holidaymakers from all across the globe. One can indulge in watersports at Candolim, whereas Calangute is famous for its excellent swimming conditions. Baga is yet another ocean front, renowned for its watersports arrangements. Sinquerim is one of the best beaches in Goa for fishing and scuba-diving. If you are looking for some tranquility and rejuvenation, then Ashwem is the ideal seafront to throng. Vagator Beach is frequented for its mesmerizing daytime scenes and electric evening parties.
Anjuna is known for its laid-back vibe and Wednesday flea market, whereas Aguada Beach is visited for its 17th-century Portuguese fort. Wildlife enthusiasts can head to Morjim, the nesting ground of Olive Ridley sea turtles, whereas trekkers should head to Arambol. Miramar is the perfect seashore for gazing at the waves and building sand castles.
Shopping and Dining in North Goa
When in Goa, one must check out Anjuna Flea Market. The stalls in this market are run by locals, who sell Goan trinkets, handmade bracelets and necklaces, items carved from wood and musical instruments. At Mapusa Market, you will see a large number of tubs and buckets filled with locally made chorizo, a type of pork sausage originating in Portugal. Other markets to check out are Saturday Night Market in Arpora, Mackie’s Saturday Night Market and Calangute Market Square.
Goa’s cuisine is a fusion of Portuguese and native influences. Some restaurants worth visiting are Spice Goa, A Reverie, Go with the Flow, Chocolatti, Grills and Curries, Upper House, Tuscany Gardens, Bhatti Village, Mum’s Kitchen, Thalassa and Alex Beach Shack. Café Chocolatti, Bomra’s, Tamarind Café, Lazy Dog, La Plage, Gopal’s, Atelier, Cafe Delicieux and Marbela are some other critically acclaimed dining venues in North Goa. Some of the top nightlife destinations include Club Cubana, Cape Town Café, Cohiba Bar & Kitchen, Café Mambos, Curlies Beach Shack and Soro -The Village Pub.
Attractions in and around North Goa
It would not be wrong to say that every corner of Goa is an attraction in itself. North Goa is known for its sandy shores that host amazing dance parties, whereas South Goa is preferred by those looking for some quiet. Here are the top 5 attractions in South Goa that you can easily reach from hotels in North Goa:
• Basilica of Bom Jesus (11.3 km)
• Sahakari Spice Plantation (17 km)
• Chorao Island (21.5 km)
• Bambolim Beach (25.9 km)
• Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary (40 km)
How to Reach North Goa
One can reach North Goa by hiring a cab or bus from Mumbai. Vasco Da Gama Railway Station is located in North Goa, whereas Karmali Railway Station and Madgaon Railway Stations are 13.4 km and 38.6 km away, respectively. North Goa is also home to Goa International Airport, which has flights to and from cities like Mumbai. FabHotel Pranava Navi Mumbai and FabHotel Parimeet Navi Mumbai are the most booked hotels in Mumbai.