• About

    A popular tourist destination of Goa, Baga is an attractive little seaside town. Famous for its beautiful coastline, Baga beach is one of the busiest and most happening beaches on the coast of Goa. From adventure water sports to fine dining to vivacious nightlife; Baga has something to offer for everyone.

    Getting there

    The railway station at Tivim is closest to Baga at a distance of 19 kms with cabs and auto rickshaws available to take you to your destination. Dabolim Airport of Goa is located around 50 kilometres from Baga. There is also a nearby bus stand at Baga to get to places in and around Goa with buses to Panaji and Mapusa available every half hour or so.

    Quick Facts

    • Although the beach is generally a lively buzz of activity, the north side of Baga beach is picturesque with lots of greenery and charming earthy hillocks. The backwater formation, where the water streams into the backwater flow is an excellent spot to explore for nature lovers.
    • Baga’s dolphin cruises are a joy to watch, and the wide range of watersport activities provide a relaxing getaway. Closed during the monsoons, dolphin spotting trips are available during season time from October to March.
    • Baga’s wide range of shacks and nightclubs offer an eventful night for party goers. Club Tito’s offer lively music with fine dining and is open throughout the year. For all the drinkers, Cocktails and Dreams offers a wide range of refreshing cocktails and shooters and is open from October to April.
    • Chor Baim at the foot of Baga hilltop is a large black rock that is believed to contain leftover ruins of shipwrecks along the Arabian Sea. When permitted, one can notice old cannons and anchors on the rocks making it an idyllic adventure for explorers. Make sure to travel to this area only after the monsoons as there are rocky beds and slippery slopes which could prove fatal.
    • One can witness a rare and unusual water fest called Sangodd which occurs during the feast of Sao Joao in June every year.