The Best Parties In Goa: From Palolem Beach to Tito’s

Goa is a place for a party animal. So, if you are a reserved kind of a person who stays miles away from parties, then a Goa trip is going to change all that. You will surely revel in your new avatar since the parties which are staged in this state are quite unique and unworldly.

Image Credit: Wikipedia

Image Credit: Wikipedia

Take for instance the ‘Silent Noise Party’ (SNP) which is held on beaches like the Palolem. Palolem Beach is a small and relatively unpopular beach. It is rocky albeit a swimming-friendly beach. Its biggest USP is this SNP which is a unique concept that also brings down noise pollution.

When you leaf through your Goa tourism guide, you shall find that Vagator Beach is peeping out of the page, wheedling you to step foot on its soil where some weird and fun-filled parties are regularly held. This beach is considered as one of the most beautiful beaches of Goa. Its crowd is a nice mix of Indians and Europeans. So, you get to have that unique feel in this corner. Partying on this beach would be akin to gelling with different cultures and shaking your leg with an alien one.

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If you are seeking clubs and pubs, then Goa has more to offer than you can chew. There is this Club Fresh at Candolim. This club has notched up several awards for its unique ambience and electrifying atmosphere. With firemen exhibiting their skills and a heady dance floor ready for your foot-tapping moments, this club is a place you don’t want to miss.

The Tito’s at Baga is another club whose popularity is matched by none. It is a traditional favorite and chances are that even your parents must have serenaded at this place during their honeymooning days.

Image Credit: Wikipedia

Image Credit: Wikipedia

Tourism in Goa is at an all-time high. Its nightlife is fabulous and the state knows how to keep party bums like you satisfied.

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