One of the most beautiful beaches of Goa; Vagator beach follows the rave culture with western backpackers all around. Surrounded by fresh water springs on one side and shopping stalls on the side. Clean and serene it is the beach filled with thrill, music, dance and lots of foreigners.
Turned up 22 km from the Panaji, the Vagator beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa that is enclosed with soft white sand and speckled by huge black rocks, coconut & palm trees. It is famous due to its dynamic cliffs and its secluded nature. Vagator beach is divided into two beaches named as Big Vagator and Small Vagator. Facing towards the right side of the sea, there is North Vagator Beach (Big Vagator) while on the left is Ozran beach (Little Vagator). Tourists visit here to view the sunset through the rocks that are quite marvellous. It is a part of a 30 km stretch of beach seashore along the west coast of Goa. It's a home to some of the popular beaches of Goa like Anjuna and Calangute, which make the place an idyllic gateway for beach lovers and newly married couples.
Goa has a consistent climate through the year with just meager fluctuations in the temperature. December and January might require light woolens. April and May are warm. The period from June to October brings heavy rain, almost up to 400 cm. The temperature during the summers ranges from 24°C to 32.7°C and during the winters it ranges from 21.3°C to 32.2°C.
Suggested duration: arround 2 hours
Open and Closing Time
Visit Timing : 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM on all days of the week
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee
Near By Attraction
Ozran Beach or Little Vagator
Our Lady of Mercy Church
Shacks around Vagator Beach
Hotels available near by Vagator Beach
Distance between Madgaon Railway Station and Vagator Beach is 32.9 miles or 28.6 nautical miles
This beach brings plenty of adventure activities like parasailing, jets ski's motored rides and dolphin sighting tours. Travellers can also go for trekking to reach at the top of Chapora fort. While reaching at the top, you can view beautiful scenery of Vagator and Morjim beach.
Apart from adventure activities, there are other leisure activities like sunbathing, strolling, enjoying dance & masti at night, evening shopping, sightseeing, visiting to other nearby beaches by hiring a boat and many more. There are several stalls where you can buy various items like books, apparels, handicrafts, trinkets, and other food items like soft drinks, snacks, seafood, etc.
This beach is famous for its rave parties which keep on going till the wee hours of the night. If you are a party going person; then this is definitely the place for you
Goa’s some of the most famous Open Air Clubs are located here in Vagator beach. Try out Hilltop and Primrose for a change or a good late night party on the beach.