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Another very popular beach in North Goa is the Vagator Beach. The main attraction of the beach is the red colored laterite cliffs backing its sandy strip. Another reason Vagator beach is famous for is its trans parties. The laid back atmosphere of the day dramatically transforms into crazy party hub where most of the tourists are young European & Indian travelers. Accommodation here is not an issue. Vagator has plenty of staying options right from basic backpacker places to budget hotel to luxury resorts.
It is located in North Goa and is a beautiful holiday destination. A little laid back as compared to other famous beaches of Goa. It was earlier predominantly frequented by western backpacker only. However it is now popular with Indian tourists as well. The best attraction of this beaches is watching sun set from the rock.
The Vagator Beach lies in the North Goa at a distance of 24 km from the capital city of Goa, Panjim or Panji. If compared to Anjuna Beach, the Vagator beach is lot more quieter and less populated. A good place to shop and collect souvenirs. Although Vagator beach cannot match upto the popularity commanded by its illustrious neighbours, the secluded nature of the beach makes it the perfect destination for a tranquil holiday with only sun, sand and sea for company. The confluence of golden sand doted with black lava rocks and swaying coconut and palm trees provides for an idyllic getaway. The red-laterite structure of the 500-year-old Chapora Fort located nearby presents an enchanting backdrop.