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Furnished A/C studio apt near Calangute & Baga Goa

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Studio flat # with TV, Ac, Bed, Fridge, basic cooking options etc. Within walkable distance from beaches, with plenty options to enjoy the night life in clubs, water sports, relax in beach shacks, shopping, dining etc. If your are a travelling freak you have lot of options nearby to hire 2 wheelers and 4 wheelers to explore around Goa. Please note the flat has been repainted on 2nd Oct 2019 and the new appearance is a little bit different from the photos uploaded. Will upload new photos shortly.

The flat is in Calangute, North Goa with provision for basic cooking, in case if you are on a budget trip, also to prepare food at home in case you are travelling with small kids and do not want feed them outside food all the time. The place is also suited for travelers who does not want to travel too much as beaches , clubs, shopping places etc are within walkable distance. The flat also has a balcony with granite bench, where you can sip a glass of drink and relax. The caretaker lives next door in case you require his service. The bathroom is equipped with water heater, hand shower, hand flush, soap, shampoo etc. We strive to provide you the best value for your money and make your stay in Goa a memorable one without digging a hole in your pocket. The flat is furnished with a king size bed which can easily accommodate 2 adults and a child. Extra mattress can be provided with an additional charge.

Reliance Jio Wifi available, depends on availability (Photo of the WIFI device added)

Refundable deposit : Rs. 1000/-
Per day rent : Rs. 100/- Timing: As and when collected from caretaker to 23:59 hrs the same day. If the device is handed over to the caretaker anytime after 23:59 hrs, the subsequent days rent will also be collected i.e. two days rent of Rs. 200/- will be collected.
Max data usage: 1.5 GB per day

Deposit can be collected back once the device is surrendered.

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Entire room, Balconies and Washroom.

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Panaji (Approximately 16 Kms from Calangute by road): The capital of Goa and headquarters of North Goa District, a small and charming city on the left bank of silvery Mandovi River, with beautiful red-roofed houses, built in Latin style, also boasts of many modern houses, well laid gardens, statues and avenues lined with Glmohar, Acassia and other trees. Enchanting panorama unfolds from atop Altinho (HillTop).

Mapusa (Approximately 11 Kms from Calangute by road): The capital of Bardez Taluka, on the National Highway 17, is at the cross roads of the network of highways covering whole of North Goa. Weekly fair on Friday is held at the modern streamline market, attended by large crowds.

Pilar (Approximately 22 Kms from Calangute by road): Important religious and educational centre of Christian Missionaries. The Church, Seminary and School atop hillock command a magnificent panorama of the countryside around and a fine view of Mormugao Harbour & Zuari River.

Margao (Approximately 47 Kms from Calangute by road): The capital of South Goa District in the hinterland of Southern Goa in Salcate Taluka is a thriving commercial metropolis linked by rail to the rest of India & Mormugao Harbour and by National Highways, with Maharashtra and Karnataka. It has imposing old mansions and modern buildings.

Vasco-Da-Gama (Approximately 38 Kms from Calangute by road): A modern, well laid out city close to Mormugao Harbour, has beautiful and extensive avenues. The air terminus of Goa at Dabolim lies on the outskirts of the city. It is also the railway terminus for passenger service on the South Central Railway.

Mormugao Harbour (Approximately 43 Kms from Calangute by road): is one of the finest natural anchorages on the West Coast of India and the hub of intense maritime activity.

Chandor (Chandar) (Approximately 55 Kms from Calangute by road): East of Margao the menezes Braganza House, mostly late 18th Century and previously owned by Lemon nationalist and Journalist Luis De Menezes Braganza has a series of magnificent rooms especially the great salon with its fine furniture and the largest private library in Goa.

Beaches apart from Calangute Beach & Baga beach:

Arambol Beach (Approximately 30 Kms from Calangute by road): A unique beach in North Goa, is both rocky and sandy beach and much sought after. It has a sweet water pond right on the store.

Vagator (Approximately 10.5 Kms from Calangute by road): It is popular beach dominated by Chapora Fort to the North, on its imposing headland. To the South of Vagator is Calangute beach.

Anjuna (Approximately 10 Kms from Calangute by road): A popular beach area adjacent to Chapora Fort. In Anjuna there is magnificent Albuquerque mansion built in 1920, flanked by octagonal towers and attractive Mangalore tiled-roof.

Miramar (Approximately 22 Kms from Calangute by road): A lovely golden beach of soft sand girdled with palm trees facing the blue Arabian Sea, is the nearest to Panaji.
Dona Paula (Approximately 23 Kms from Calangute by road): An idyllic picturesque spot. Command a fine view of the Zuari River and Mormugao Harbour. Water scooter facilities are available here.

Colva Beach (Approximately 50 Kms from Calangute by road): Colva beach is the pride of Salcete and the only rival to Calangute by its scenic splendour. Here, sand, sea and sky blend in enchanting natural harmony unspoiled by men. Has good accommodation facilities particularly at the tourist cottages.

Agonda (Approximately 78 Kms from Calangute by road): A small picturesque and secluded beach much sought after for its serenity.

Palolem (Approximately 82 Kms from Calangute by road): Just west of Chaudi in the Southern Taluka of Canacona is one of the most enchanting beaches in Goa relatively deserted, with backdrop of Western Ghats.

Old Goa (Approximately 23 Kms from Calangute by road): East of Panaji, lies the site of Old Goa, founded by Adil Shah in the first decade of 16th century. It was being developed by them with a view to shifting their capital from Bijapur. However, Afonso de Albuquerque made a short work of it when he stormed and took it over to house the centre of power of the Portuguese colonies.

i) Basilica of Bom Jesus (Approximately 23 Kms from Calangute by road): Built in 16th century is the most popular and famous of all churches in Goa. The mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier, kept in a silver casket, are enshrined here. This church dedicated to Infant Jesus is now a world Heritage Monument. Timings: Sunday: 10.30 to 18.30 hrs. Weekdays: 09.00 to 18.30 hrs. Masses: Sunday: 08.00 & 09.15 hrs. Weekdays: 07.00 & 08.00 hrs.
ii) Se Cathedral (Approximately 23 Kms from Calangute by road): Most imposing of all churches at Old Goa. Its vaulted interior overwhelms the visitors by sheer grandeur. This Cathedral has five bells of which one is the famous Golden bell, the biggest in Goa and one of the best in the World. The church is dedicated to St. Catherine. Masses- Sunday 7.15 a.m.; 10.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. Weekdays: 7.30 a.m. and 6.00 p.m.
iii) Church of St. Francis of Assissi (Approximately 23 Kms from Calangute by road): The entrance and the choir are in Manueline style, the only fragment of its kind in the East. Their interior is illustrated with exquisite paintings. The adjacent convent now houses the Archaeological Museum.
iv) St. Cajetan Church (Approximately 23 Kms from Calangute by road): Built in the style of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.
v) Church of Our lady of Rosary (Approximately 25 Kms from Calangute by road): One of the earliest built in Goa, bears an inscription about the conquest of Goa by Afonso de Albuquerque in 1510.
vi) Nunnery of Santa Monica (Approximately 16 Kms from Calangute by road): Built like a fortress is significant for its massive walls. It is the only nunnery in Goa.
vii) Ruins of Church of St. Augustine (Approximately 16 Kms from Calangute by road): Close to the Nunnery is a lofty tower defying the torrential rains. The tower is one of the four of St. Augustine church that once stood there. The Church when intact was perhaps the biggest in Goa.
viii) Viceroy’s Arch (Approximately 16 Kms from Calangute by road): One of the gates of Adil Shah’s Fort. It was renovated by Portuguese and was the gateway to Goa for Portuguese Governors.
ix) Reis Magos Church (Approximately 10 Kms from Calangute by road): The Reis Magos Church was constructed in 1555. It is one of the earliest Churches built in Goa and the first in Bardez Taluka, dedicated to three Magi-Kings. This Church was once the residence of all dignitaries and also a mission center of the Franciscan order. There is a fort adjacent to this Church.
x) The Church of Mae de Deus at Saligao (Approximately 4 Kms from Calangute by road): Built in 1873, is situated amidst picturesque surroundings. The shrine of the miraculous statue of Mae de Deus (Mother of God) was brought from the ruins of the convent of Mae de Deus at Old Goa. This beautiful church is the finest piece of gothic style. The Church is well illuminated at night.
xi) The Church of St. Alex at Curtorim (Approximately 51 Kms from Calangute by road): It is one of the Oldest churches in Goa, built in 1597.
xii) The Church of St. Ana at Talaulim, Ilhas (Approximately 51 Kms from Calangute by road): Dedicated to St. Ana, is a remarkable piece of ancient Christian architecture. It was built in 1695 on the right bank of Siridao river and has picturesque surroundings. The unique feature of this church is that it has hollow walls through which people could walk in secrecy for the purpose of confession.
xiii) Rachol Seminary (Approximately 46 Kms from Calangute by road): Situated just off the banks of Zuari river, 12 kilometers from Margao in South Goa. In 1521 the Portuguese, in their customary fashion first built a church, then a prison, later in (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) a seminary to impart philosophy and theology. It is in this seminary that the museum of Christian Art is housed.

Pleasure Island: Goa’s only backwater Country Resort on the island of Divar where you experience the treasures of flora & fauna. Explore nature in the hinterlands with bird watching at the Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, crocodile spotting in the Cumbharjua Canal and more…You can also savor the pure and simple countryside ambience from the ethnic Goan riverside villas and indulge in boatings as well as other recreational options.

Set in the ambience of a typical Goan village, the Resort is only 9 kms from Panjim city, the commercial hub of Goa or a short boat ride away; 32 kms from the airport and only 6 kms from Karmali railway station at Old Goa.

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Aguada Fort (Approximately 5 Kms from Calangute by road): Built by the Portuguese in (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), to command the entry into the river Mandovi, in order to protect Old Goa from potential enemy attacks. A spring within the fort provided water supply to the ships that called there. The fort houses presently the central jail. A lighthouse is situated nearby, the visiting hours for it being 16.00 to 17.00 hrs.

Arvalem Caves (Approximately 39 Kms from Calangute by road): The celebrated caves of Arvalem, belonging to a remote era, are in a westerly direction not far away from the temple of Rudreshwar and are of archaeological interest. A mythical background is attached to these caves. Some are of the opinion that these caves have been carved by the travelling Buddhist monks. An inscription is noticed on a Shivalinga with a circular top in cave No.2 Its is in Sanskrit and in Brahmi characters of the 7th century A.D. It reads as Sambalura-vasi Ravih.

Arvalem Waterfalls (Approximately 39 Kms from Calangute by road): Leaving the temple of Rudreshwar, one can descend the staircase to look at a majestic waterfall shedding its exuberant silvery showers. The beautiful fall, with a head of about 70ft., forms a sizeable lake at the bottom which offers a temptation to seasoned swimmers. The fall is best seen when in full flux, just after the copious monsoon, when it presents a raptures, ravishing and riotous aspect.

Dudhsagar Waterfalls: (Approximately 85 Kms from Calangute by road, 10 kms from Colem Railway Station) is accessible by train only. Water plummets hundreds of feet in large volume, in cascades, forming one of the most spectacular of all natural phenomena in Goa and a life line of our ecosystem in one of our Sanctuaries. A popular destination to hikers and trekkers. It is also accessible by jeep (4 wheel drive) route (14 kms) through the Bhagvan Mahavir Sanctuary. However, one needs to obtain permission in advance from the Department of Forests at Junta House, Panaji.

Kesarval Spring (Approximately 32 Kms from Calangute by road): The spring emerges from hard and compact rocks and people bathe in its water with strong belief that it has medicinal properties.

Mayem Lake (Approximately 26 Kms from Calangute by road): surrounded amidst rolling green hills is an ideal picnic spot. Good accomodation facilities are available in Cottages. Boating is available on the lake.

Ancestral Goa (Approximately 41 Kms from Calangute by road): (Big Foot) A centre for Art, Culture & Environment. Located at Loutolim, 9 kms from Margao, it is an aesthetically developed open air site designed to illustrate Goa’s traditional past. Set in eco-friendly surroundings, this mock-up village traces 100 years of Goa’s lifestyles and heritage alongwith a depiction of daily village activity and folk culture. Local artifacts and handicrafts are available at the handicraft center and art gallery. The legend of the Big Foot is narrated there- With a pure heart, place your foot on the rock embedded footprint and you will be blessed with luck. The Big Foot Eat-out offers exotic goan cuisine with spices, vegetables and fruits handpicked from the spice garden and fruit orchard, watered by an ancient system of irrigation. Flanking this is a bird habitat and a rubber plantation from which rubber is extracted and processed. A giant size footprint, ‘Big Foot’-the only designer dance floor in Goa is used as a venue for the promotion of art, dance, music and traditional culture.

Another major attraction here is ‘Natural Harmony’- the longest laterite monolythic sculpture in India measuring 14 x 5 metres which makes this a must see place for every visitor Sculpted in grecoroman style, in a record time, this horizontally etched, Sant Mirabai playing the ektara found its way into the Limca Book of Records.


Tropical Spice Plantation is situated on the extreme North-East of Goa at Dongurli village, Thane, Valpoi, Sattari. The Plantation is a rejuvenating experience of a lifetime. Nestled in a valley amidst verdant mountains with grossy expanses, lush green fruit bearing trees and gurgling rivulets, Rustic Plantation is the gateway one looks for.
Address: H. No. A-14, Arla Bazar Keri, Ponda, Ponda, Goa 403401
Pascoal Spice Village: is located near the village of Khandepar, 8 kms northeast of Ponda National Highway (NH) 4A. the lower end of the property is bounded by tributary of the Mandovi River and rises in elevation towards the hills of the interior.

Spices are the indispensable ingredients of Goa’s well known “chillie hot cussine”. They are still grown in Goa on large income plantations along with other income producing crops of areca nuts, cashew nuts, coconuts, tropical fruit, etc. These plantations have manage to combine spices and tourism in a unique and favorable way one of the first plantations to realize this potential was Pascoal Spice Village.

This idyllic scenic setting coupled with a wide variety of spice plants and cash crops is interspersed with a restaurant, cottages, open-air party half, boating, nursery, a wide variety of flowering plants, shrubs, fountains and farm animals.

The spices grown and sold here are Black Pepper, Netmeg, Mace. Cinnamon Cardamom, Turmeric, Ginger and All Spice.
Address: Khandepar Belgaum Road, Opposite Nestle, Khandepar, Ponda, Goa 403401
Phone: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Hours: 9AM–4:30PM

Savoi Plantation Spice of Life: is located at Savoi Ponda, 25 kms from Panaji and 15 kms from Ponda. Oldest tropical plantation with intercrops. One can see the rural setting of interior Goan Traditional methods of Organic Farming . Crops like Coconuts, Betel nuts, pineapples, spices and many more. A walk in the plantation with local person briefing you about the nature (crops, roots, herbs). Experience the typical Goan Hindu Cuisine served in Mud Pots with Banana Leaf. On the way to Savoi Plantation one can visit Cashewnut Factory, Ananta(Vishnu-the Presever of Universe)Temple party in water.
Address: 50, Savoi, Marcel Ponda Road, Ponda, Goa, 403401
Hours: 9AM–4:30PM

Archaeological Museum and Portrait gallery: Old Goa Timing : 10.00 am to 5.00 pm (without lunch break).Closed on Fridays. Entry fee: Rs. 5/- per person above 15 years.

Goa State Museum: Patto, Panaji Address: EDC Complex, Patto, Panjim, Goa 403001
Hours: 9AM–5PM


Museum of Christian Art: The Museum of Christian Art is one of the few institutions of its kind in Asia. It is run in the former colonial capital of Old Goa, home to heritage monuments today. When it was set up, in 1994, it was the only museum of Christian art in Asia
Address: P O Sam Rachol, Rachol Salcette, Santa Monica Convent,, Corlim Convent of old Goa, Velha Goa, Goa 403402
Hours: 9:30AM–5PM

Naval Aviation Museum: The Naval Aviation Museum is a military museum located in Bogmalo, 6 km from Vasco da Gama, Goa, India. This museum contains exhibits that showcase the evolution of the Indian Naval Air Arm over decades.
Address: Bogmalo Road, Mormugao, Goa 403806
Hours: 9:30AM–5PM Phone : (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Galleries at Se Cathedral St. Francis of Assisi Convent & Basilica of Bom Jesus: Timings 09.00 to 12.30 hrs. & 15.00 to 18.30 hrs. on weekdays and Sundays from 10.00 to 12.30 & 15.00 to 18.30 hrs.

Galleria de Icons, Seva Samiti Bldg. Agakhan Street, Margao. Entrance free. Timings 9.00 am to 1.30 pm and 2.30 pm to 6.00 pm. Closed on Sundays.

The Big Foot Art Gallery & Local Handicarfts Centre, Loutolim. Works of local artist such as paintings, artefacts, bamboo, cane, clay & terracotta, handmade garments & souvenirs. Timings: Daily 9.00 to 18.00 hrs. Entry Fee Rs. 20/- per person & Rs. 10/- per student.

Deltin Royale (India’s best Casino - Approximately 8 Kms from Calangute by road) : The Casino Goa is a live casino located offshore in Panaji in Goa. The casino is located on a yacht, the M.V. Caravela, anchored in the River Mandovi
Address: Noah’s Ark, RND Jetty, Dayanand Bandodkar Marg, Panjim, Goa 403001
Casino Royale Goa (Approximately 8 Kms from Calangute by road) : This is a casino on the real ship in the river in the heart of Goa and is a good experience. One can visit this for a unique feel

Address: Barcolento Jetty | Opposite Panaji Residency,,Panjim, India


Goa abounds in festivals and fairs around temples and churches which also commemorate early legends. They are the occasions when a Goan peasant manifesto joy and hapiness.

Bhandap: A traditional folk dance performed by the women folk of the scheduled tribe community who were the earliest settlers of Goa, in the second half of the Hindu month Bhadrapada.

Corredinho- Portuguese folk dance: A peasant dance which is popular among Goan elite youth.

Dekhni-Beauty dance: Performed only by women, displays a rare blend of Indian & Western rhythms.

Dhangar Dance: In Navratra days, a vigourous session of worship dance.

Fugdi & Dhalo: Folk dance performed by women. The most common folk dance forms of Goa.

Ghode Modni: It is in commemoration of the return of the Ranes after victories over the Portuguese in Bicholim and Satari Taluka.

Goff- folk dance with chords: Manifesto joy and hapiness of Goan peasants after the harvest, during Shigmo Festival in Phalgum month.

Hanpet- Sword Dance: A traditional warrior dance performed during the Shigmo Festival.

Kala & Dashavtar: Folk dance forms representing the sunsequent development of jagar as tiatr. Some of the other popular folk dance forms are Ranmale, Ratkala and Tiatr.

Kunbi Dance: Tribal Folk dance: A group dance-cum-song thoroughly rustic.

Lamp Dance: Performed during Shigmo Festival by women holding lamps on their heads.

Mando: A love song. It represents the mingling of Indian and Western tradition.

Morulem: A traditional folk dance presented by the backward community during Shigmo Festival.

Mussal-Khel-Pestel Dance: A dance-cum-song in praise of valiant Kings. It also projects incidents in the village life of the times, Romat, Tonya Mel and Dhendlo are some other folk dance forms.

Perani Jagar: The earliest form of drama.

Raatib: Part of religion ritual of Muslim community performed during 11th month of the Muslim calender.

Suvari: It is a traditional tone setter to all Hindu religious and festival performances.

Talgadi: Folk dance performed by men-a social, sophisticated, outdoor dance for men.

Taranga Mel: Banners mela of farmers.

Tonyamel: Folk dance with sticks. A very vigorous and muscular group dance which is connected with the farm-folk celebrating the joys of good harvest. Tipri Nritya resembles tonyamel folk dance.

Veerbhadra: It is a typical Indian style dance performed in Ponda, Sanguem and Bicholim Talukas.

Zagor: Folk Play. A cultural activity presented in different villages of Goa in different styles by the Gauda community.

Goa Tours & Travels
For Scuba Diving/ Island Trip/ Dudh Sagar Trip/ River Cruise/ South Goa Trip/ North Goa Trip
K.K. Tour & Travels-(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (Mr. Kailash Singh)
Near Indian Overseas Bank, Calangute, Bardez – Goa – 403516
Jenesus Tour & Travels-(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (Mr. Sunil Rathore)
Near Jarry Place, Near Calangute Beach, Calangute, Bardez, Goa – 403516
Calangute Taxi Stand

Hospitals for any emergency
Mathew Braganza Hospital & Medical Research Centre
Address: Calangute - Anjuna Rd, Naikawado, Calangute, Goa 403516
Hours: 24 hrs
Dr. Dukle's Hospital & Research Center
Address: Aguada - Calangute Road, Next to Bob's Inn Hotel, Candolim, Bardez, Goa 403515
Hours: 8AM–9:30PM
Studio flat # with TV, Ac, Bed, Fridge, basic cooking options etc. Within walkable distance from beaches, with plenty options to enjoy the night life in clubs, water sports, relax in beach shacks, shopping, dining etc. If your are a travelling freak you have lot of options nearby to hire 2 wheelers and 4 wheelers to explore around Goa. Please note the flat has been repainted on 2nd Oct 2019 and the new appearance is… frekari upplýsingar


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Kobra vadoo, Calangute, Goa, Indland

The flat is very close to the major attractions in North Goa, especially Calangute beach, Baga beach, anjuna beach and vagator beach.

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