• 170 B saunta vaddo Baga beach, Goa, 403516


Goa is a haven for endless fun and activities, all year round. There is something here for everyone.Explore the beaches, rivers, skies and seas. Things to do here are endless.

  • Wellness
  • Food Tours
  • Wildlife Safaris
  • Spice Plantations
  • Day Trips & Tours
  • Hot Air Balloon Rides
  • Carnivals & Parades
  • Lakes, Waterfalls & Springs
  • Museum Tours & Religious Tours
  • Local Music & Cultural Festivals
  • Extreme Sports (Paragliding, Bungy Jumping Etc)
  • Water Sports (Rafting, Snorkelling, Scuba Diving, Banana Boat Etc)

Grape Escapade

Biggest Wine Festival Of India: This is the India’s largest Wine Festival held in January in Goa every year. Taste the decade old wines and let the fashion shows, live music and dance performances add to the merriment of the evenings at the Grape Escapade.

Three Kings Feast

Three Kings Feast is a famous festival of Goa and also one of the favourite holidays for Goan citizens. If you are travelling in January, make sure to book your tickets in the first week as you surely gonna feel lucky to attend the festival.

Goa Carnival

Held in February, Goa’s carnival commemorates the beginning of Lent, forty days before Easter begins. There are parades with floats and party events across the state, full of colours and music.

Goa Food And Culture Festival

This summertime cultural festival has held in February has headlining acts of Bollywood singers and dancers, fashion designers and renowned Goan bands in a series of nights of revelry that involves food, entertainment and drinks. Make time to attend!

Shigmo Festival

Goa’s answer to Holi: Shigmo parade is a street festival binged with music, dance, colours and float parade. On 21st March every year the life of a Goa is portrayed in elaborated folk performances by local men and women who dance inexhaustibly in huge processions along with the parade.

Goa Cashew And Coconut Festival

One of the most interesting festivals in Goa happening in the month of April or May, showcases rare arts, cuisines and concoctions. Some interesting activities that can be experienced are cashew stomping, coconut breaking and a taste of exotic fenny cocktails.


Sao Joao

The Dancing Monsoon fiesta: Every year on 24th June Goa celebrates the feast of St. John the Baptist. Sao Joao festival in Goa is loaded with folk dances, music, fruits and fenny.

Bonderam Festival

Bonderam Festival is a famous festival in Goa that is celebrated on 4th Saturday of August. This day is celebrated as the victory of villagers against Portuguese on the island who demarcated areas on the island with flags that could not be visited by the villagers. During this time, the whole Divar island comes alive with dancing, music, and food

Goa International Latin Festival

Held in November every year, it hosts international and Indian artists and attracts dance enthusiasts from all over India.

International Film Festival India

Every November, Bollywood’s glitterati descend en-masse upon Goa for this film festival spectacle, which also hosts international directors and artists in a series of enticing events. Make a note in your calendar now!

Sunburn Festival

A call for music lovers: If you are a music lover, you need to get yourself to Asia’s premiere electronic dance and music event Goa Sunburn! Held in the month of December for 3 consecutive days, Sunburn is a synergy of music, entertainment, food, shopping and lifestyle that pulls music tourism in India. It is one of the most popular Goa festivals that attracts tourists from all over the world.


Goa is a haven for endless fun and activities, all year round. There is something here for everyone.Explore the beaches, rivers, skies and seas. Things to do here are endless.

Overnight Trips

We can help plan an overnight trip tour to areas around Goa as well. Try a houseboat to the stunning mangroves across the river or beyond. Our hotel staff will be happy to decide for you.


The Baga stretch is filled with local artisans selling various beach-themed items. From clothes to junk jewellery, crafts and much more. The streets are lined with interesting shops to explore. For assistance with planning a daily itinerary, please contact the front desk.