Anjuna Beach Goa (India)
Anjuna Beach was once home to the hippies. They've now moved on but their legacy remains. The Wednesday Anjuna Beach flea market is bigger than ever and continues to remain popular. Curlie's plays a lot more chill-out music than psychedelic trance these days though. Anjuna is an ideal area for backpackers and budget travelers, as numerous funky hostels have opened there in recent years. Anjuna Beach is not just another popular beach of Goa but a destination which has seen Hippie culture long back and whose flea market still stands the number one position! The most famous beach amongst foreigners; this seaside is well-known amongst back-packers, hippies, long-stayers and the ones who are looking for cheap stays or guesthouses. Anjuna beach Goa is an ideal choice for nature buffs, who love to enjoy full moon parties during the New Year and Christmas. Visitors on this very day rejuvenate themselves in a pleasurable atmosphere of the lucent full-moon casting a magic charm and the soft frothing waves snuggling their feet. So, if you wanna experience the real beauty of landscapes, luxury accommodation, seclusion, nightlife parties, reliable seafood dainties, and voguish shopping opportunities, plan for Anjuna Beach Holidays and make it your best ever holiday experience for ages.
Shopping in Anjuna Beach
Shopping lovers can enjoy lot of bargaining at the famous Anjuna Beach Flea Market. A good mix of Gujarati, Kashmiri, Tibetan shops makes this one of the most sought after places. Shop here for souveniers, artificial colourful jewellery, hip – hop dresses and decoration items in this market which is lively at night too.
Flea Market in Anjuna is held every Wednesday. On Saturday’s one can have a good time at Ingos Saturday Night Market. Many foreigner’s make a part of this market like the didgeridoo player selling didgeridoos; Tibetan people selling Tibetan stuff and food and so on!
Bardez 403 509, India Suggested duration: 2 hours.
Open and Closing Time
All days of the Week 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Entry Fee: Fee - No Entry Fee
Tips for Traveller in Anjuna Beach
Like any other beach of Goa; Anjuna too can be bit crowded especially in the months of December and January. So, there are some things to be wary of. Beware of tout policemen asking you for favors. It's a good idea to ask for identity in case they threaten you for anything. Or take the local people’s help. Beware of Gem scams wherein people become friends with you and then ask to do business with you. It's a good idea NOT to entertain them. As a mover you will find mosquitoes which can be fatal. Be sure to buy mosquito repellents or bands and use them especially if you intend to stay in a budget in hotels. Keep an eye on your kids and never allow them to go out of your eyesight. Do not take anything from strangers to eat or drink however friendly they are. Or always keep with your travel guide and be in your own group. Avoid late night walks especially if you are a couple or are alone. And wherever you go in India; always keep 100 No handy as its the TOLL-FREE number for Police and 102 – the TOLL-FREE number of Ambulance
Near By Attraction
Chapora Fort Albuquerque Mansion Mascarenhas Mansion Wednesday Flea Market Hotels available near by Anjuna Beach
Distance between Madgaon Railway Station and Anjuna Beach is 32.3 miles or 28.1 nautical miles
Application Availability Which Save Some Money
Zomato ,Swiggy(Provide lip-smacking food in cheap price). Uber,Ola(Provide 24/7 Cab Services).
Interesting facts about Anjuna Beach
One of the most carried out activities include jet skiing and paragliding. For water sports enthusiasts this can be a disappointment as only some and not all water sports are carried out here. Yet some of these can be enjoyed here at reasonable prices which are costly at other beaches. Anjuna is also a place known for its small rocks by seaside. People staying in nearby hotels often walk up to the sea and sit here in the morning hours to look at the rising Sun and sip local tea/coffee. It is also a good time to take some exclusive pics. Eating, drinking and merit-making are some of the things which everyone comes here for. Enjoy at some of the well – known names like Banyan Soul, Cafe Diogo, Whole Bean Tofu or Casa Anjuna. For those who love the nightlife, Sea Bar is a good place to be in. Yoga, Reiki, Ayurvedic massages are something which foreigners as well as Indians love to do. Brahamani and Oceanic are two locally popular names for these practices. One can join a daily – basis or weekly sessions for these.