Goa with a side of Adventure



Dudhsagar is one of the most popular and popular treks in Goa. The trek starts from the Dudhsagar Falls which are about 125 metres high. It is a 3-4 days long trek that leads you to see the beautiful waterfall, waterfall cascades and giant rocks which are all natural phenomena. You will also get to see birds flying above your head and monkeys making a living around here.

Dudhsagar waterfall.

Dudhsagar Falls is located in the Western Ghats of India, a part of the Deccan Plateau. The waterfall is a perennial river that flows from the source to an area called Dudhsagar Lake, which has a capacity of 50 million cubic feet per day (MCFD).

The waterfall can be reached by road or rail as it lies on National Highway NH-17 between Goa and Pune. It is also accessible by air through Daman Airport which serves as one of its primary airports for domestic flights within India.

Time to visit

The best time to visit this place is between June and September when temperatures are milder than other seasons during these months but still cold enough not to cause any discomfort due to heat exhaustion or dehydration caused by prolonged exposure under direct sunlight without proper protection like sunscreen lotion (SPF 30+) etc., especially if you plan on hiking around there too!

Baga beach.

Baga beach is one of the most popular beaches in Goa and has many restaurants, bars and nightlife. It is also a very crowded beach during the high season when thousands of tourists come here to party. The crowd can get so big that it’s hard to find a place on the beach! If you want to avoid this, go early or late in your trip when there will be less people around (and maybe even a bit more relaxation).

If you’re looking for an adventure during your stay in Goa then check out our article about how we went hiking in Candolim Beach!

Anjuna beach.

Anjuna beach is a wonderful place to go for a swim or just an afternoon stroll. It’s also known for its flea market and vibrant community. This beach is one of the best places in Goa to enjoy some sun, sand, and sea.

Anjuna, Goa is one of the most popular beaches in India. The beach is known for its beautiful white sand and clear water. It’s a great place to spend the day with friends and family, or just relax by yourself. If you’re looking for adventure, Anjuna is also home to a number of exciting activities like paragliding, bungee jumping and much more!

If you’re planning on visiting Goa this summer, we suggest staying at Anjuna Beach Resort. Our hotel has an amazing location right on the beach, so you can enjoy all the sights and sounds of Anjuna without having to leave your room!

Baina beach.

Baina Beach is a small beach located in south Goa, near the town of Baga. It’s a popular destination for surfing and paragliding because of its large sand dune. The waves here are also very consistent and can be ridden by beginners or advanced riders alike.

Baina beach is a beautiful white sand beach in Goa. It is located on the south-east coast of Goa and is a popular destination for tourists.

The beach has very clean waters and calm waves, perfect for swimming, snorkelling and relaxing. A great place to visit in Goa if you are looking for a quiet getaway from the busy cities.

Baina beach is one of the most popular beaches in Goa, with its white sands and crystal clear waters. It is located along the south-east coast of Goa, about 15 minutes drive from Panjim city centre

The beach has been referred to as “the most beautiful beach in India” by many people who have visited it.

Baina Beach has been rated as one of the best beaches in India by TripAdvisor travellers and reviewers alike! It has earned recognition as one of India’s top 5 beaches by CNN Traveller Magazine and was also awarded “Best Beach” by Traveller’s Digest Magazine.

When you can’t wait to get back to Goa, again and again.

Goa is a magical place. The people are friendly, the food is amazing, the beaches are stunning, and best of all: there is no shortage of things to do! Whether you want to explore ancient ruins or spend your days at one of Goa’s famous beaches; whether it’s shopping for unique souvenirs or just chilling out with some friends poolside while drinking some beer…there’s something for everyone in this small but vibrant state.

The Nightlife of Goa

Goa has a great nightlife scene too—it may not be as big as say Miami Beach but if you’re looking for something fun-filled then look no further than Old Goa! There are plenty of restaurants here where locals go at night so don’t worry if your English isn’t up to par because everyone speaks Hindi anyway (which shouldn’t be too hard since most Portuguese people speak Portuguese).


These are just some of the things you can do in Goa. Whatever you choose to do, know that it’s safe and that there are plenty of people looking out for your safety. We hope this list inspires you to go back time and again!


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