Bachelors Beware – Here’s The Things You Want To Do When In Goa

What Should You Do in Goa If You’re A Bachelor

Goa is more than just a scenic destination of beaches and culture. It is one of the best party cities on earth. It is often on these same scenic beaches that were populated by families by day, that let loss and host some of the best nightlife when the sun sets. I am not saying that all bachelors want to do is drink and party, and they don’t have to, Goa offers all kinds of attractions for bachelors.

 

What To Do In Goa For Bachelors
Goa is a great place for everyone to visit – Even Bachelors!

 

Beaches

Goa is world famous for its beaches. Bordering the Arabian sea with a west facing coastline, it is the stuff that postcards are made off. They kick up bit of surf if you want to catch a wave or two, and you are far enough away from India’s polluting mega city that the waters are crystal clear.

 

Calangute is a town in North Goa, famous for its beach. It offers all kinds of water sports, such as kite/ wind surfing, and jet ski hire. For you thrill seekers, parasailing, and water skiing are also on offer.

In South Goa Palolem Beach in Canacona is one of the most famous beaches in all of India. By day this beautiful beach is a great for a swim or a lazy day on the sand. But, come night time Palolem beach is renowned for its parties and nightlife. The small township around it is packed with people from all over the world and India, and it explodes into thick basslines and alcohol fuelled shenanigans

 

Bars and Nightlife

One thing Goa is renowned for is its wild nightlife and eager party goers. LPK (Love Passion Karma), located in Nerul, is one of the most exciting clubs to visit. With a massive waterfront you can take a long walk down the beach or dance the night away on LPKs’ sculpted indoor dance floor. Just follow the massive light “Love Passion Karma” sign that can be viewed glistening over the water.

 

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Another great club to visit is the SinQ in Sinquerim. It is more than just a dance floor. It is a combination of Goan taverns, a poolside deck, a lounge and a night club. It even has its own microbrewery that you can check out through a glass wall. If you need somewhere to stay, while visiting this club, then why not book one of SinQs party rooms?

There are 20 available and each room comes equipped with a quality sound system which receives a feed directly from the DJ in the main club! It would be a prime spot for any bachelors who just want to party hard.

 

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Cultural Attractions

Panaji is the capital of the state of Goa, and it is a great place to spend some time. The city of 114,759 people is a great place to see the day to day life of ordinary Indians. It is rich in culture. There are extravagant restaurants, temples and churches. The tightly knit streets are a fusion of the new and the old, and the west and the east. take a trip to Old Goa and see an interesting blend of Indian and Portuguese architecture left over from Goa’s colonial history.

It is an incredible place with its own unique feel unlike anywhere else on earth, and they offer very reasonably priced day tours.

Vasco da Gama is another reminisce of the state’s Portuguese intervention. It is home to majestic stone churches, but it is also distinctly Indian. There are incredible markets where you can rub elbows with the locals and kayak down the beautiful Nerul River.

Like most places in Goa it is not without its exotic beaches, restaurants, bars and nightlife, but this city offers a little more than just the generic holiday destination

Cruises

If you want to experience something a little different and see a unique part of India, while living it up, you should consider renting out a house boat. Overnight houseboat tours can be organised to explore some of Goas beautiful backwaters. They offer western style and more traditional boats in their fleets, and they have been masterfully handcrafted. All of the modern luxuries and amenities you need to enjoy a night or two on the water are fitted into the boats. You don’t have to do a thing but cruise around and enjoy some beautiful scenery from your own bedroom window.

Take the Santa Monica for a slow journey down the Mandovi River. Watch locals perform traditional dances and singing. Maybe you are trying to woo a lady you meet while on your travels, why not bring her along. A cruise will do the trick. 😉
Goa is one of those places that a bachelor can travel alone or in a group and they will never be left wanting. It is an incredible part of the world packed with culture and history. Explore your options and visit Goa. Read here to find out about great deals on Goa’s beach hut accommodation.

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