Vagator Beach, Panaji

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Address: Bardez, Goa, Panaji, India

Phone: +91-9167878311

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About Vagator Beach, Panaji

The Vagator Beach which is not as popular or as crowded as other famous beaches, is a wonderful place at the northernmost tip of Goa. Even though it is a short beach it never falls short on any other aspect.

Vagator beach is a lot more rustic than the hippy-favourite beaches of Goa. This makes it a quiet place to just hang out in. The hills that engulf it are picturesque and it feels more like a creek than a beach but it is a great place to unwind in as a result. The Chapora fort which is nearby also provides a beautiful view of this beach.

Vagator Beach Information

  • When going to Vagator it is better to only carry what you need on the beach as there is no place to store stuff in.

Restaurants Near Vagator Beach

  • Vinanti Restaurant
  • Soft Rock Cafe
  • Cafe Mangii

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Vagator Beach, Panaji Reviews

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  • This beach is bit different from the other beaches in North Goa because of the beautiful rocks all around. You can spot quite a lot of exotic creatures trapped among the rocks. Be a little careful while exploring the rocks as I have spotted crabs coming out from the numerous cracks of the rocks. I'll recommend to wear your shoes if you're up for climbing the rocks. There are a few shacks around so you can lie down on the sunbeds and admire the beautiful waves going up and down.

  • Vagator Beach is very good option to spend whole day, it has car park and lots of stalls selling trinkets, clothes, soft drinks and snacks. I went to Pinakis and it was very good. Vagator is clean and quiet, best to watch the sunset from the rocks.

  • A great place if you like to hang out with a lot of crowd and a wee bit if different music at each shack during the peek season. Almost every shack serves the same food so don't worry, just select your sweet spot and enjoy the beach with a ton of activities like waterscooters banana boat, para gliding and many more.

  • Vagator is one of the best beaches of Goa. As soon as you reach, you will see a local market abundant with all kinds of beach wear. Decend a few steps and the majestic view of the clear sea with a lush green hill complimenting it will certainly blow your mind.Would recommend walking to the farthest end of the beach as it is not as crowded and you can enjoy the serene view.Rent a shack and bask in the glory of the sun while sipping on a bottle of beer or a glass of wine.As the water is clean, as compared to other beaches, I will recommend taking a dip too.

  • One of d famous beaches of Goa. Since we were staying in Vagator,this place was an obvious choice for us. We went her during Sunset, view is amazing. But in case ur looking for a peaceful,calm place to enjoy d waves n have a good time at d Beach,then I wouldn't recommend this beach. It's too commercialized,thus too crowded n noisy. Rather go to Little Vagator,it's more beautiful n peaceful

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