A Spring in Goa!

A spring break to explore Goa from Bangalore! 

4 Days 3 Nights trip from Bangalore. Economic and Exploratory tour. For people who want to explore Goa and not focus much on the parties. 


  • Bus – Most convenient and affordable mode is through bus if travelling from nearby cities.
  • Self Drive your vehicle
  • Railway station is in Madgaon which is little away from North Goa spots
  • Flight will take you to Vasco, which is again a bit far from North Goa


  1. Villa Fatima – Baga Beach. Prime location, budget friendly, all amenities


Day 1

  • Reach Hotel, heavy breakfast & Leisure or check out Chapora fort (Dil Chahta Hai). 
  • Go to Anjuna Beach and enjoy the flea market prominently on Wednesdays. 
  • Eat at Foodtruck outside Anjuna. 
  • Chill at Anjuna Beach till evening. 
  • Dinner at Brittos on Baga Beach and relax and enjoy the night at Baga

Day 2

Option 1

  • Go to Dudhsagar falls. You may travel on bikes/cars or hire a taxi with Driver. Enjoy the falls, you can swim in the falls if you are traveling before monsoon. The jeep ride to Falls is fun. 
  • After the swim if you have energy and the will to explore, head over to Salaulim dam(around 40 Kms from Dudhsagar) . Have your lunch near Dudhsagar only. The dam might not have much water before monsoons. The ride is fun though.
  • Return to Baga, have dinner at Souza Lobo on Calangute beach 

Option 2

  • In case you want to skip Dudhsagar, head over to South Goa as mentioned below and relax on Day 3

Day 3

Option 1 – If you are in mood for long rides

  • South Goa – Head over to Varca Beach. White Sands and uncrowded beach. Lunch on the way or at Varca.
  • Head over to Cabo de Rama fort. Enjoy the views and check out the Cabo De Rama beach if time permits. 

Option 2 – If you want to relax and chill

  • Stay at hotel and enjoy the pool
  • Head over to Baga enjoy the water sports and the beach games mentioned below

Day 4

  • Breakfast at Infantaria. Visit the beach the last time. Check out from hotel and head over to Panjim
  • Explore Old Goa : Bascillica of Bom Jesus, Archeological museum, and here are a few spots and itinerary to explore it as your time permits -> https://goo.gl/r4KPwg
  • Leave at night from Panjim.


  • Castle Battle (capture the flag)
    Two groups are made. Each group builds a castle about 5-10 meters big. The castles are about 20 meters apart. In each castle a flag (towel) is flown. Which group can get the others flag and fly it in their own castle first?
  • Piranhas on Dry Land
    A bandanna or plastic band is tucked in the back of the player’s swim suits. In a confined area the players must “live” as long as possible while trying to get the other players bandannas. This game can also be played piggy-back. Be sure there are no stones in the sand.
  • Classic long jump on the sand
  • Football on the beach
  • Beach volleyball
  • Rugby


  • If you have your car, you can take the car everywhere.
  • In case you came via bus, you may rent a scooter/car on rent at Baga for 4 days. It’ll help you to travel to all the mentioned spots with ease. Starting at about Rs. 350 per day.


  • Temperature will be humid and a little hot keep sunscreen handy 
  • Using public transport will be a bit difficult as the frequency is less and the destinations too many. A self driven vehicle is the best choice. There are abundant rental providers at every popular corners.
  • South Goa is quieter and less explored while North Goa is crowded with more of a party going crowd. You should experience both.


Ensure you travel responsibly and keep your carbon footprint to the minimum. Happy Xploring!

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Ismail Lakdawala

Ismail Lakdawala

A digital content creator, Ismail loves to explore new destinations and enjoys outdoor adventures! He's in love with all forms of stories, and is a big fan of movies and books!

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