Margao-Vagator Beach

Margao-Vagator Beach tour forms an integral part of the weekend tours from Margao. Vagator beach is situated about 22 kilometers from Panaji and 9 kilometers from Mapusa. Tourists from the different parts of the world come to the beach to relax and replenish their spirits.

Vagator beach is situated in North Goa in the northern part of Bardez taluks. It possesses a consistent climate throughout the year. The temperature during the summer ranges between 24ºC and 32.7ºC. During the winter months, the temperature in Vagator Beach in Goa ranges between 21.3ºC to 32.2ºC. December and January months in Margao are cooler and require woolen clothes.

Vagator beach provides a kaleidoscopic view of the Portuguese fort, which was built about 500 years ago. The Chapora Fort is reminiscent of the Portuguese era. Surrounded by coconut trees and rice fields, the fort offers a picturesque view of the adjoining hills. En route Margao-Vagator beach, one can explore the rustic beauty of Margao. Moreover, the beach does not possess too many hotels and resorts; yet, there are a number of guest houses that provide accommodation to the tourists coming to the beach.

Vagator beach in Goa is well connected to the different parts of the country with an excellent network of railways, roadways and airways. Karmali and Dabolim are the nearest railway station and airport of the beach. Tourists willing to reach Vagator beach by road can also take the buses plying from Mapusa and Panaji.

Last Updated on 20 September 2011



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