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Update: Park Regis Goa will re-open on 1 November 2020. 


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GOA Guide + Facts


From sun-kissed beaches to vibrant flea markets to stunning Portuguese architecture, there are so many places to visit in Goa.
Here is your quick guide to the very best of Goa, including the best of beaches, nightclubs, bars, markets and festivals.

1. Baga Beach
Just a ten mins walk from the hotel, this beach is a popular beach and tourist destination in North Goa. Famous for water sports such as parasailing and banana rides, and dolphin cruises.

2. Anjuna Beach
Another ten mins walk from the hotel, Anjuna is famous for its trance parties held on the beach during the tourist season (October – April). The beach also hosts the famous flea market (Every Wednesday) and (every Saturday) where you can purchase products from all over India, as well as from foreigners, ranging from fruits to jewelry, clothes.

3. Vagator Beach  
Adjoining the famous Anjuna beach, Vagator is a little more laid back, though still pretty much steeped in the rave culture. The tourist traffic is predominantly Western backpackers, however, it has also become popular with Indian tourists, who particularly come to watch the sunset from the rocks.

4. Saturday Night Bazaar
This famous night bazaar is just a two mins walk from the hotel, located in Arpora, the Saturday night market starts at 6.00 in the evening and remains open till late in the night. With food stalls offering cuisines from all over the world, the Saturday night market is every food lover’s paradise. With the right mix of both local and international wares, the flea is a must visit.

5. Club Cabana 
Right opposite to the hotel is the popular party destination. Whether you’re a die-hard party animal or a head-banging rockstar in search of Bollywood music mania, this is the perfect party spot for you.

6. Mapusa’s Friday Market

Unlike the flea markets at Anjuna and Arpora, this weekly market is largely local affair with Goans from the surrounding villages selling farm products.

7. Anjuna’s Wednesday flea market

Located near the Anjuna beach, this famous daytime market has a mix of Kashmiri, Gujarati and Tibetan shops, stalls offering clothes and jewellery designed by Goa’s foreign denizens and an eclectic range of food outlets

Distance of Different Beaches of North Goa from Park Regis