Welcome to Anjuna

The village itself is a bit ragged around the edges and is spread out over a wide area. Do as most do: hire a scooter or motorbike and explore the back lanes and southern beach area and you’ll find a place that suits. Anjuna will grow on you.

Top experiences in Anjuna

Anjuna activities

$12 Transfers & Ground Transport

Goa airport to hotel smooth transfer with private car

Arrival and Departure in North Goa with private Deluxe Ac car transfer service. At the Goa’s Dabolim Airport (GOI) meet our driver with the placard with your name and transferred to your designated hotel within North Goa City and city center Limits and coastal area. You shall be taken on our special air-conditioned luxury vehicle made to comfortably transport up to 5 passengers. The car is spacious, impeccably clean and powered by a strong air conditioner.Arrival transfer from Goa airport (Dabolim, Airport Goa) to City center Hotels and All North Goa Destination’s Hotels  like: - Panaji, Calungute, Baga, Arpora, Sikuram, Candolim, Anjuna, Vagator, Mapusa,Ponda, Arambol and Parra etc. Upon arrival our company driver will meet you at Goa airport (Dabolim, Airport Goa) and transfer to North Goa Hotels. Our car will neat and clean with air-conditioned and driver will polite speaker, knowledgeable, well dressed.   

$355 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Fabulous Tropical Indian Beaches - 3 Nights In Goa

Day 1: Arrive GoaUpon arrival in Goa, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Overnight stay: Lazy Lagoon Sarovar Portico (Superior) Day 2: North GoaAfter breakfast, you will enjoy a sightseeing tour of north Goa. Visit Fort Aguada and its lighthouse overlooking the Arabian Sea. The fort was built in 1612 to guard against the Dutch and the Indian Maratha warriors. The four story Portuguese lighthouse was erected in 1864 and is the oldest of its kind in Asia. Continue to the Basilica of Bom Jesus and the Chapel of St Francis Xavier. Built in the 16th century, this magnificent building is the most popular and famous of all the churches in Goa and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier, kept in a silver casket, are enshrined here. Later, visit the Goa beaches: Anjuna, Baga and Calangute. There are local markets at Anjuna offering traditional jewelry, handicrafts and souvenirs. Dona Paula Beach is located about 4 miles from Panaji. This beach is named after the legend of Dona Paula de Menezes and nicknamed the Lovers Paradise in Goa.Overnight stay:Lazy Lagoon Sarovar Portico (Superior) (B)Day 3: South GoaAfter breakfast, leave for your half day sightseeing in South Goa. The Colva beach is located about 3.5 miles to the west of Margao and is amongst the oldest and most celebrated beaches in South Goa. Its coastline runs for about 15 miles and is made up of finely grained white sand. On one side coconut groves flank the scenery. Bogmalo Beach, a curving sandy beach is located beside a small fishing village of the same name. It is ideal for those looking for peace and tranquillity. Overnight stay: Lazy Lagoon Sarovar Portico (Superior) (B)Day 4: DepartYour tour concludes after breakfast and hotel check out. (B)

$45 Cultural & Theme Tours

North Goa Full-Day Tour

Your tour begins with a pickup from the Northern beaches of Goa (Arambol, Morjim, Anjuna and Calangute). Head to Mapusa market for some authentic Goan breakfast – the bhaaji paav (goan curried lentils with fresh goan bread). Explore the churches and museums at Old Goa while walking around the city and reliving the days of the Portuguese here. Walk around the Goa of vintage - the Latin quarters in Fontainhas. After some stories and authentic Goan lunch, head to a fort. A visit to Goa is incomplete without visiting one of the many forts here. The Reis Magos Fort – this is where the people who fought for Goa’s independence were held captive. Get immersed in the gallery of Mario Miranda, one of India’s best cartoonists and learn about old Goa from a humorous perspective. Finally, end your day chilling out at a café.