Clarion the Beach

336/0, Caluwaddo, Benaulim, 403716, India
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Colva Beach Goa

by piglet44 about Colmar Hotel

Nice little place right next to Colva Beach in Goa. They took us right to the train station in a little shuttle van.The people were friendly ,there is as pool and a good restaurant.
next to the beach, has good rooms with attached bath for Rs 400/500 (Rs 300 during the off-season), and cottages in a small garden for Rs 850 to Rs 1500. After the high season, there are good discounts. It has exchange facilities and a good restaurant. Recommended.

Cavala Seaside Resort, Baga Beach, Goa

by MalenaN

Cavala Seaside Resort is not situated right by the seaside but a few hundred metres away from the sea. As it was red flag on all beaches in Goa when I visited during the monsoon I liked the fact there was a pool at Cavalla’s, but it turned out to be closed the day I arrived.
I got a nice room though. There was a lot of space and it was convenient with tables, reading lamp above the bed, a cupboard, hangers, a fridge and a TV with BBC News. Through the three bathroom windows I could see the beautiful lace of leaves outside. It was a clean bathroom, but there was rat *** in it, and more the next day.
For a single room I paid Rs 750 + 5% tax (July 2010). I liked the building covered in green vegetation and the fact I could sit outside my room looking out at the rice fields.

Breakfast was included in the price and from the menu I chose fruits, toast, scrambled eggs and a pot of coffee. It was a good breakfast. One morning I saw something in the corner of my eye, and the other customer in the restaurant at the moment said it was a rat running past.
I ate dinner once in the restaurant and it was the most expensive meal I had in India, but not the best. In the restaurant there were also live music in the evenings.

* Anjuna Beach, Goa. Colva...

by Fleur_D

* Anjuna Beach, Goa. Colva Beach, Goa. Actually, lots of beaches down south are really beautiful and special places to hang out for a while.

*Dharamsala and McLeod Ganj. Tibet in exile.

*Varanasi - the old city and the ghats by the Ganges

*Calcutta - for fascinating culture and friendly people

*Bombay - for Bollywood, and - what the hey - for the sheer heck of it.

*Vijayanagar, Hampi, Karnataka. Watch the sun set from the steps of the ruined city, in a vast moonscape.

The Shore Bar - Anjuna Beach,...

by Fleur_D

The Shore Bar - Anjuna Beach, Goa.
Techno and a really psychedelic time! The Goa experience - return to the Source... The colours! The colours! Tropical neo-hippy/cyber-punk 90s crusty...

Vagator Beach, Goa

by Hmmmm

Head with a Cobra Sculpture...... Hmmmm? What do you think? Could it be someone's incarnation of Shiva.

These fantastic Little Beach is 22 km north of Panaji. In the Small Indian State of Goa. Vagator beach is about half way up the 30 km coastline stretch of Northern Beaches of Goa that covers the most popular hotspots of Goa and India tourism. Its a hop, a skip and a jump to the north of the This party Beach.

Vagator by day is more salubrious and laid-back than Anjuna. Relatively secluded, The Three little beaches that make up Vagator are situated on the crescent shaped Caisua bay, along the Chapora river basin, in the shadow of the ruins of Chapora Fort.

Vagator is one of the most beautiful beaches of Goa, and India, laying on inviting sandy coves, between coconut palm shaded rocky headlands. Generally peaceful, in peak season it attracts day-trippers, and during the night typically boisterous Goa beach parties are a regular feature, especially at Disco Valley between Vagator and Little Vagator, and at Banyan Tree, east of Vagator. Not to mention, The Hill Top above Little Vagator Beach. Fun Fun Fun.

On the cliff above Little Vagator Alcove offers delicious location, ambiance and food & drinks. Restaurants in Vagator dish up tasty seafood, continental dishes, health foods and fruity shakes.

Little Vagator and Ozran (Spaghetti Beach) are two gorgeous small Goa beaches just south of Vagator. Ozran is nestled at the bottom of a palm-covered cliff. Both have been discovered by youngsters on a Goa holiday seeking beaches in Goa to call their own. It has thus become a Frisbee type hangout. This is where You'll find the sculpture here of Lord Shiva on a rock, created by a long-stay visitor.

Give Vagator a Go. Its a Fantastic Little Beach.

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Forum Posts

Colva Beach(goa)

by malvin

hello,everyone!
is there someone out at colva beach between 20 december & january 5?
i`ll be there during that time and look forward to meet you, folks!
i speak english and german.
bye and happy travels to all.
malvinder

Colva Beach(goa)

by IndianRaver

Hey dude How u doin. Iam gonna be in Goa from Dec 23rd to Jan 3rd in anjuna beach. We gonna head out to all da raves and have a kick ass time. Hit me up if u wanna tag along wit us......adios.......

goa beach parties

by mssthirdeye

I have heard Goa beach parties have been cancelled, is it true

Re: goa beach parties

by suru

Yes it is true because of bomb threats.The local government has said that open beach parties are not allowed till 5th Jan.

Re: goa beach parties

by mili_143

yes the open beach parties are cancelled for securtiy reason. But the parties which are organized in hotels are not cancelled.

2-week itinerary without a lot of driving

by iblatt

We would like to go to India (first time!) in late February for 2 weeks only. We prefer not to spend too much time on the bus / train, but rather stay in one area and feel the "Indian experience". It had better be somewhere with warm weather.
I would be grateful for your suggestions!

Ilan

Re: 2-week itinerary without a lot of driving

by lynnehamman

Shalom! The weather is perfect in February- just an idea for you- if it is your first visit to India, you might want to try Rajasthan, It is a really interesting and colourful state, with much history. Beautiful Palaces and Forts, and the cities are not too big or overcrowded. Also, should you want to travel between cities,it is really easy to hire a car & driver. Trips are rarely longer than 3-4 hours, and scenery is beautiful Cost is usually +-R2500-R3000. These trips can be arranged at the hotels (most have a travel desk)and the drivers are usually pleasant & can speak English.
Personally I prefer train travel- its quick,convenient and only a few hours between towns.Please see my India & Indian City pages for more advice, or email me. Happy Travels

Re: 2-week itinerary without a lot of driving

by suru

If you wish to have warm weather and have the feeling of Indian experience, suggets you to visit Mysore city in Karnataka state. You will love not only city but also its surroundings.Iy is easy to spend two weeks there.

Have a nice trip whichever place you choose,
Suru

Re: 2-week itinerary without a lot of driving

by iblatt

Thanks, Suru!

I think we'll fly to Mumbai, tour the city, then take an internal flight to Bangalore, then go to Mysore, then north to Hampi, then relax in Goa.
How does this sound to you?

Thanks,

Ilan

Re: 2-week itinerary without a lot of driving

by suru

Ok..as you wish.Better sequence would be arrival in Mumbai- Goa-Hampi- Bangalore- Mysore- Bangalore-(Mumbai).This route is suggested because of better tarnsport facility .Example from Hampi you can visit Bangalore by night train( not sure if you have train from Mysore to Hampi).

Re: 2-week itinerary without a lot of driving

by iblatt

Thanks again, Suru!

I wanted to leave Goa to the end because that would give us some time to rest and relax on the Goa beach after the sightseeing part of the trip, but I think I'll follow your advice.
Do you have any suggestions for a mid-range hotel (we are not teen-agers any more...)in Mumbai / Goa / Hampi / Bangalore / Mysore?

Best regards,
Ilan

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