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Casa Galgibag Beach House

Casa Galgibag Beach House

Cottage & Bungalow, Galgibag BeachCasa Galgibag Beach House is a very special Goan Portuguese house just steps from unspoiled Galgibag beach in south Goa. Recently renovated, the rooms are simply decorated with original antique furniture and original features - creating an authentic heritage house feel. Casa Galgibag Beach House is a large two-bedroom villa ideal for couples or families looking for an idyllic beach holiday in an off-the-beaten track location. This south Goa beach house features two double bedrooms (one with an o....

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₹6500/Night

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Casa Rosa

Casa Rosa

Villa, Galgibag BeachCasa Rosa is a new exclusive private villa just a few steps from idyllic Galgibag beach in south Goa. Ideal for couples or families looking for a luxury holiday house in a blissful off-the-beaten track location, this two-bedroom villa has been beautifully restored - creating a charming blend of traditional Goan-Portuguese architecture and chic comfortable interiors. A breeding site for the protected Olive Ridley turtles (leading to its other name of Turtle Beach), Galgibag is a dream come true f....

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Talpona Riverview Apartments

Talpona Riverview Apartments

Cottage & Bungalow, Talpona BeachTalpona Riverview Apartments are set in one of the most peaceful areas of south Goa, these two stylish studios are a short stroll from unspoilt Talpona beach and the stunning Talpona river estuary. Newly built, the apartments are compact but feel bright and airy, with large windows, clever contemporary decor and a sunny roof terrace with great views through the palm trees. Each apartment comes fully furnished with king size beds, modern bathrooms and a kitchenette. Sleeping two, they can be ren....

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₹1500/Night

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Best deals in Goa

Goa Holiday packages

In this page we will attempt to enlist the best Goa resort deals we have got, together with Goa Holiday packages, and new Goa resorts special offers.

Resorts in Goa

We will review here few common types of deals that are usually offered by resorts in Goa, the most common deals are the “Book 3 days or more and get 10% discount” type, these kind of deals are available all around the year (taking out peak season in Goa), when many resorts are trying to fill up certain dates, just before a local holiday perhaps.

Goa yoga retreats

Another more than fair Goa deal option are: all included Goa yoga retreats, which are sometimes very cost effective, taking in mind the cost of the yoga classes in Goa, and even more so the prices charged for yoga teacher classes. These bundle deals are offered for example in Agonda beach, and Patnem down south Goa, in Canacona region.

Goa last minute deals

Goa last minute deals, are not always cheap (honestly, they never are during peak season), but many times, you might find a fantastic room in one of the best goa resorts whilst the “impossible to book” time of year…
we only publish such deals after late cancelation, or for very short vacations 2-4 days during peak season to fill up “gaps” in the resorts booking calendar.

New Goa resorts

From time to time one of our new Goa resorts are eager to host new guests and kindly just drop the price to get more business, we transfer this discount to you, keeping all parties happy.

Agonda Beach

Agonda Beach Resorts and Agonda Travel Guide

Agonda beach, Goa has been recently been named ‘best beach in India’ and ‘top 3 beach in Asia’ by Tripadvisor. Located in south Goa, India and stretching for 3 kms, Agonda beach’s pristine coastline, white sands, and swaying palm trees makes it one of the most beautiful and unspoiled beaches in the world.

The best time to come to Agonda beach Goa

The best time to come to Agonda beach is from November to March. Agonda beach is still considered relatively off the beaten track and never really gets too busy. Peak tourist season in Agonda beach is from December to February, and the low seasons are from November to December and February to March. All beach hut resorts in Agonda and Goa are constructed temporarily every year due to the heavy monsoon rains and weather from May to October. There is accommodation and restaurants open in Agonda beach during the monsoon season, but the choices are limited.

Resorts in Agonda

There are many popular beach hut resorts in Agonda beach offering various type of accommodation from budget to luxury rooms. The beach crossroads at the church separates Agonda beach’s north and south sides. On the north side of the beach you have Hangout Agonda, White Sands, and Shanti Agonda beach hut resorts, all with very good reputations. Towards the south side of Agonda you have, Shanti Village, Rama Resort, Dunhill Resort. Agonda Palace is located In the middle of Agonda on the riverside, and offers AC rooms all year round.

Restaurants in Agonda

Agonda beach boast some spectacular dining options; from La Dolce Vita offering authentic Italian food and amazing coffee and breakfast bread in the morning, White Sands continental & Indian dishes, and Simrose Resort for Goan Seafood and tandori specials. Blue Planet offers the best organic food in the area and is located on the road between Agonda and Palolem beaches.

Agonda with the family

Agonda beach is considered very romantic, laid back and the perfect paradise spot to get away from it all. Rent a scooter bike for 200 INR per day and explore the surrounding area of Agonda village. Cola beach and Cabo da Rama Fort and beach are located approximately 15 to 20 mins north of Agonda beach. On the way there’s a beautiful temple in the jungle to visit, and a gorgeous landscape filled with rice patty fields, palm trees and Goan village life passing you by. From Agonda beach, dolphin viewing and picnic boat trips to Honeymoon and Butterfly beaches is also an amazing day out.

Goa Cuisine – Food, Dining and Restaurants in Goa

Goa is a food lover's paradise, offering a taste tour of Indian cuisine, alongside local specialities, fantastic fresh seafood and tropical fruits, as well as international food options to suit the palates of its two million visitors.

Goan Food

The food in Goa, as with anywhere in the world, is influenced by location and climate. This small coastal state relies heavily on fishing, so seafood is a major part of the diet. The land is planted with coconut palms and rice paddies, and so coconut (oil, milk, cream and alcohol) is an important ingredient in Goa recipes, and rice is the staple food. Various spices are used to give the food its intense flavours.

However, what makes Goan food so distinctive is that it is also heavily influenced by history. 450 years of colonization resulted in Goan cooking absorbing a strong Portuguese flavour. Local seafood, coconut, and tangy kokum were combined with palm vinegar (unknown elsewhere in India), chillies and cashew nuts (introduced by the Portuguese) and meats, especially pork, to produce one of the world’s original fusion foods.

To this day, Goan ‘fish curry rice’ - freshly caught fish, such as mackerel, in a hot and sour coconut gravy - is a daily meal.

Traditional Goan Dishes

Unlike much of Indian cuisine, Goan cooking uses a lot of meat and fish. Goan Catholics in particular have been heavily influenced by their Portuguese heritage, with famous fusion dishes including vindaloo, traditionally prepared with pork and vinegar, spicy chouriço sausages, and chicken xacuti with chillies and coconut milk - all dishes whose names and ingredients have their origins in Portuguese cuisine, but with a Goan twist. Mol De Peixe (fish pickle) and Balchao (prawn pickle) are popular accompaniments.

The catch of the day may include kingfish, pomfret, shark and mackerel, with seafood including crabs, prawns, oysters and squid. Seafood can be cooked in sour and spicy sauces such as ambot tik, or more delicate coconut based masalas, rava fried in semolina flour, or baked in a tandoori clay oven.

And for dessert, the Indo-Portuguese blend is again evident in Goa’s most famous pudding bebinca, a rich, layered egg custard with coconut.

Goa Street Food and Dhabas

If you’re hungry but don’t want a full meal, are on a tight budget, or just want to explore eating like a local, then a local dhaba or street food cart is the perfect food pit stop.

Street food carts can be found in most towns in the evening, serving anything from chouriço sandwiches to deep fried chillies. In India’s only beef loving state, beef Chamuças (a type of samosa) and beef croquettes are also a common sight.

Another firm favourite is the Raos Omelette, dipped in a spicy coconut-based gravy and garnished with lime and onions.

And every Goan village will have a dhaba serving chai and bhaji-pao - a pea and potato curry with local bread - for breakfast.

Dining and Restaurants in Goa resorts

While it’s worth seeking out some authentic Goan food whilst on holiday, restaurants in Goa cater to all tastes and palates - from budget south Indian Udupis dishing up vegetarian classics such as masala dosa to high-end establishments serving gourmet mediterranean food. However, most of the time you will probably eat at local beach shacks, or your beach resorts in-house restaurants, offering fresh fruit smoothies, snacks, Indian curries, and fresh seafood on the bbq.

And if you crave a taste of home, whether that’s Tel Aviv, London or Berlin, then a number of expat run cafes can satisfy your craving for hummus, fish & chips or just a really good cup of coffee.

Drinks in Goa

Goa’s popularity as a holiday destination is boosted by having the lowest rates of tax on domestic alcohol in India, from famous Kingfisher beer and Old Monk rum to a wide range of wines and spirits.

Goan Porto, a sweeter less refined version of its Portuguese namesake, can be found everywhere, alongside feni, the local speciality made from cashew nuts or coconuts. Every bar will have its distinctive own feni, whether double distilled or flavoured with spices, but beware - it’s an acquired taste and extremely potent!

For non-alcoholic refreshment, popular local drinks include Badam, an almond milk, or sweet yoghurt lassi, as well as the ubiquitous chai and fresh coconut water.

But on the beaches you’ll find a wide range of refreshing drinks, including lots of tropical fruit juices, and imported alcohol alongside the local alternatives. So why not invent your own cocktail and continue Goa’s rich history of flavour fusion!

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