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    Any place away from crowd in Goa

    Hello

    I have heard a lot about Goa and its beautiful beaches but the night life and crowd of Goa is something which is still keeping me away from this place. Can you suggest any calm and cool place which is totally out of tourist interest and which dosn't have much crowd. Basically I will be looking forward for a clean place where I can spend time on beach or swimming. I am totally not looking for party, alcohol or anything similar.

    Suggestions about the place, accomodation and food are welcome.

    Olga

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    Its really cheap. 500 pounds should be enough, for 2 weeks for 2 to live a Lonely Planet style 2 weeks with the occasional splurge. do not take sterling/dollars make sure you take TC's or change to Indian rupees before you enter India. (rates suck in India) Take your credit card.

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    Hello Olga,

    My suggestion is get a place at Morjim/marbella beach in North Goa. Its not crowded and the beach is amazing. Moreover you can see turtles at night if you are lucky.

    I have never been to South Goa but have heard Beaches in South goa are less crowded and the scenic beauty is breathtaking.
    Regarding the tariff - It depends on the season you visit Goa. And also on the distance of your hotel from the beach.
    Let me know about the kind of room your looking for ( 2/3/4/5 star) so that i can assist you with the same.

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    There are many places which are not really crowded at all.. you may give a visit to Fort Tiracol (now its a heritage hotel) in North goa (few minutes drive from Arambol). Its a calm and quite fort where you can sit for hours or can go down to the beach for a peaceful walk. Posting some of my pics which were clicked there way back in 2007.





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    no such place in the world. goa is a perfect tourist place i think. if there is anyone who didn't visited yet, you should take a trip to goa. perfect place for enjoyment.

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    Colva Beach was the first stop on our 2 week trip from Goa to Kochi - and was by far the best place we stayed. It is situated on an incredible secluded beach that is shared only with a few local farmers and fishermen. It is a great place to relax and enjoy the sun and scenery. They will also arrange for a boat trip to see dolphins and other beaches. Everyone that works there was incredible and was always making sure we were comfortable and had everything we needed. The food was great - fresh fish everyday. The only downside is that the swimming area is restricted because of the rocks. Other than that, I would highly recommend this place if you don't mind "luxury camping".

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