People at Night Club , Goa
Sssh..listen. Listen closely and you can hear the beats.
Walk through the labyrinthine lanes of Goa and stop in its dark alleys,
near the sea, or even far away! Follow the psychotic drums anywhere, at
any time, midnight or early morning, and you can hear the city roar, in
tandem with Trammps' cult song - 'Where Do We Go From Here'. 'We' is Goa,
who's you? You could be anyone. Yes, anyone. You could be a retro lover,
you could be a hip-hop fan; you could be eighteen, you could be eighty;
you could love dancing in the crowd or you could be a solitary traveller.
Goa serves up an endless array of things to do at night. This array in turn draws tourists fleeing stifling cities and towns year after year. A legend takes it shape. And to everybody's delight, Goa lives up to the legend. Night clubs dot every street of this state that doesnot spare time to wink - so what you want, you will get. And more. How? Just plan a holiday tour to the state whose sheer high-spiritedness makes it impossible to escape the seductive power of the brand called Goa.
You can, of course, party all day and night. Goa's
liberal alcohol law mean that you can get a drink practically anywhere,
including your favourite beach shack. Drive to the border of Calangute and
Candolim to start your evening at the Pine Shack. They will organise a
bonfire or a beachside barbeque for you and your group. Get a guitar or
listen to somebody's freshly acquired rave CDs, or just listen to the
rhythm of the waves coming in while you sip your favourite cocktail. Spend
another holiday evening at the favourite Curly's Beach Shack, nestling
past the flea market on Little Anjuna. Enjoy a memorable last night-time
swim before you track your muddy footprints to the dining shack. Ask for a
plate of paté and onion marmalade along with your King's as you
watch sparkling stars lit up the horizon over the Arabian Sea.
If you happen to be in Goa on a monsoon holiday and definitely ready to mingle, drop by at Bob's Inn on the Chogm Road in Candolim. The long table welcomes anyone, and the multitude of nooks that abound in this place mean that even those of you who are looking for privacy will find it. Cocktails are available, but take the time to enjoy a feni along with stuffed mackerel. For a Saturday night party, lose yourself in the grip of Cavala. Known for its creative theme-based special nights, Cavala is a paradise where genial souls hail each other and welcome strangers and the band work their way through songs that everyone knows. The music and the conviviality inside and the rain pelting down outside in the yard make for an irresistible combination.
Night Club , Goa
If you are one of those who do not really know what you
want, let's make it easy for you. You are actually looking out for some
lounging around, some dancing, some head banging. In short, you need a
Cabana. Yes, that's exactly what you need. Club cabana draws a huge crowd
on the weekends, because they stay open till 6 am! With a lounge bar
aesthetic in an artfully landscaped open space and a pool that the patrons
can use make this a nice place to get a drink. And a warm friendly vibe
that promises you a good time, no matter what your preference is.
A different route to make your night memorable is by taking off up the Mandovi River on a party cruise. There is music and dancing together with a mouthwatering cuisine, and you have lovely views. If you want something a lot quieter and fancier, the super 'Solita' luxury yatch is a fantastic way to spend an evening, floating down the quiescent Mapusa River past the Salim Ali Sanctuary at Chorao. The cruise also takes you down the Mandovi, where the illuminated banks of Panjim-Miramar glides past on one side and the quiet beauty of Aguada on the other.
While planning for an exclusive holiday vacation in Goa for an exquisite night life, remember that you have to be responsible for yourself. Know your own limits and know the law. Also remember that goa remains a deeply conservative society, Catholic on the one hand and traditional Hindu on the other, and nobody likes a loudmouthed drunk. Avoid mixing drinking and driving, since if the cops don't get you, winding village roads, sudden walls and cows will. The tourism department is actually promoting Goan night life, because this is one thing the visitors from all corner of the world crowd in their quest to have a 'rocking' good time.
Top 5 Highlights of Goa Nightlife
Where Night Gives Life
Making For A Beach Disco
Offering A Magnificent Bouquet of Surprises
Satisfy Your Winning Hunger
Cruise Over Mandovi
Best of North and South
South India & Beaches