Loved to share with you a recent wedding we conducted in Goa. Here are the pictures!
If you are going to be having guests flying into the state for your big day, it would only make sense to collect and drop them at a location close to the wedding reception. Goa doesn’t have the best public transportation system so they would need assistance getting around, the rest of their trip down.
Finding the right beach for them would also depend on their preference. The beaches of Calangute, Baga, and Candolim are quite mainstream and receive tourists from all over the world. If they are alright dealing with crowds of people while they enjoy the sunset, these are the beaches for them. Ashwem and Morjim are a little less crowded with fewer tourists attracted to those beaches.
Anjuna has a booming night market, open for a major part of the year. The experience of visiting the night market doesn’t match anything else in Goa. The stalls are amazing and unlike the other options, products and experiences.
There are a lot of beachside shacks making some amazing and well-priced food. If devouring seafood is an enjoyment, it makes sense that you head down to a shack on the Calangute, Baga stretch and loosen your belt buckles. There are a bunch of clubs and parties taking place in Anjuna and Baga as well, too many to attend on one trip. Candolim also has some good restaurants that allow for an amazing ambiance and interesting setting.
If you are looking for some interesting beach lodging, get in touch with SITD Goa they will be able to hook you up. Goa is undoubtedly an exciting location to celebrate getting married mainly due to the beaches and tropical weather! Wheter an intimate gathering or large guest size, there is something here for everybody!
Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton