Best Beaches in Goa for Water sports
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Best Beaches in Goa for Water Sport Entertainment

Hey guys!

Are you looking for the best beaches in Goa for water sport?

Well! Goa is one of the most popular and most visited destinations in India. It is not only known for its best beaches and nightlife, but also you can enjoy unlimited water sport activities if you want.

Water sports like scuba diving, jet ski, bumper ride, banana ride, etc that one can enjoy. People who love beach holidays often choose Goa as their destination unlike other beach destinations in India.

By now, you might know that Goa has plenty of beautiful beaches. Some are crowded with everyday tourist whereas a few beaches that you will find are serene and calm.

I have been to Goa twice. The 1st time it was on my honeymoon, and the 2nd time it was a long road drive from Pune city to Goa. Perhaps, the road drive was one of the best travel experiences I have ever done.

So, summer is here, and watersport is the best outdoor activity to do in Goa.

The motif of reading this blog post is to get an idea, on which beach one can find the watersport activities.

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So, follow the article below:

Calangute Beach

Goa is a small state in Western India with popular stretches of coastlines along the Arabian Sea. Among the many beaches, Calangute beach is one of the best beaches in Goa for water sport.

The beach is vast, full with visitors enjoying the beach shacks and scenic water tides. You can explore the water sports activities which are widely popular in Calangute Beach.

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You can connect with various ‘Goa watersport agents’ nearby the beach. They will aid you with all the necessary items and information. Mostly, the cost for these watersports differs from agent to agent.

Calangute the best beaches in Goa for water sport

Baga Beach

Yet another popular beach in north Goa is Baga which is lively, throbbing with visitors all the time, amazing nightlife and beach parties.

I am sure those who have visited Goa, mostly they choose to stay either near Baga beach or Calangute.

For watersport, after Calangute, Baga is the best beach in Goa for water sport outdoor activities. Here, you can enjoy jet skiing on the water tides, parasailing, and power scooter rides.

You want more?

Here it goes, some watersport packages also provide snowboarding and surfing if you are keen to do that.

An image of baga beach goa

Miramar Beach

Well! Do you desire for a scuba diving?

You don’t have to go to Andaman & Nicobar for that instead you can experience this amazing watersport here in Goa itself.

Miramar Beach is popular for its scuba diving. You want to explore underwater, want to explore the beauty of the sea world you can get it here at this spot. But having said that, it’s not that easy, one has to get training from “The National Institute of Watersports.”

Colva Beach

I have been to Colva beach, but it was raining at that time. I went to Goa last year during the monsoon which isn’t an ideal time to visit Goa, but the road trip from Pune was worth a try.

Although it was drizzling, there were a few ‘banana ride’ that people were enjoying to the fullest. I was just enjoying the beach and rain with coconut water. It was bliss.

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So, if you want to skip Baga and Calangute, you can definitely come to Colva beach for watersport activities.

Colva beach is the Best beaches in Goa for water sport

Anjuna Beach

Anjuna Beach is highly liked by foreign tourist. The beach is gorgeous, not overpopulated liked Baga and Calangute. It has maintained its serene beauty, and the beach is next to the famous Chapora fort.

Like I have said a few lines above, the beach attracts a lot of international tourists and the private beach resorts can arrange watersports like jet skiing, banana ride, parasailing, kayaking and many more that you can enjoy with your friends and family.

 anjuna beach in goa

Dona Paula

Dona Paula is a perfect spot where all watersports equipment are available. You can also do fishing if that interest you. Although fishing is not considered a watersport, it is a quite adventurous outdoor activity that many have an interest.

Vagator Beach

Like all other beaches, Vagator beach which is situated on the west coast of Goa is a fantastic beach that attracts visitors from all over the country. It is a quiet and peaceful beach, ideal for them who want some peace.

I went to the Vagator beach to see the sunset. The view was breathtaking indeed. I remember watching people enjoying watersports like banana rides and parasailing.

So, pretty much I can say Vagator beach is also one of the best beaches in Goa for watersport entertainment.

Conclusion

Well!

I hope you guys find the article “Best beaches in Goa for Water sport” helpful. Especially for those, who haven’t yet visited Goa, take a short break from your hectic life and enjoy the beach holidays in Goa.

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Hello, I am Paulomi Dutta stay in Pune, India with my loving husband. I love to read, travel and cook. I have been thinking about blogging for the past three years and now finally all is set to start my World Up Close. I will be writing about places, relationships, good and smart living and lastly, will be writing on money and financial tips. My motive is to help others through whatever knowledge I have and can share with you all. Being an introvert person, two things I love the most painting and writing. Both involve sharing thoughts with the outer world. I hope my little effort to help through my articles will be appreciable and noticed. Thank you.

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