How to derive maximum pleasure from 48 hour stay in Goa?

How to derive maximum pleasure from 48 hour stay in Goa?

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Goa is considered to be one of the most favored beach destinations not only by Indians but also by foreign tourists. Be it newly-wed couples, bachelors, families with children or seniors, there is something or the other that offers great pleasure here. The adventure water sports, pristine beaches, church tours, cruise rides, nature’s serenity and nightlife are quite tough to resist as well as attractive. What if you are on a very short trip to Goa and plan to spend just 48 hours here? Is it possible to cover all the attractions and all the exciting adventurous activities offered at this place? The truth is, although Goa is a very small state, there are plenty of things to do here. Hence, 48 hours is quite less for anyone to derive full excitement. But if then you do not have more time to spend, it is possible to at least enjoy a part of it with some proper, advanced planning. Going through alila diwa goa tourist reviews will allow you to book a room at your preferred place to optimize your short vacation. 

Day 1

Morning hours

The very moment you get refreshed at your hotel, visit immediately Baga Beach to enjoy the waves and the sand here. It is one of the less populated beaches in Goa and offers you with some isolation. Then enchanting sunrise and golden sands are want makes it more attractive. You can also perform your morning exercise or yoga and breathe in some fresh air. 

Breakfast at Infanteria

After taking a refreshing walk at Baga beach, you may order breakfast at Infantaria located at Baga-Calangute Beach stretch. This place is peppy and lively and offers tasty baking options and cuisines to choose from. It also has a great ambiance. It is located just opposite Ticlo Resort. The recommended dishes to try out here are Coffee, Pasta, English Breakfast, Croissant, Apple Pie, etc. 

Afternoon hours

You should visit Calangute Beach to enjoy the water sports offered there. Based on your interest and moods, you may indulge in sailing, kayaking, water snorkelling, wind surfing, dolphin watching, fishing or water-skiing. You will get proper guidance from the operators and these activities are completely reliable and safe. 

Local Goan Food

Indulging in various types of activities is sure to make you quite hungry. To satisfy your hunger pangs, you may try Local Goan food served at Brittos. This foodies pilgrimage offers a wide range of Goan delicacies. It does boast of having a mesmerizing atmosphere and a mixed crowd. Every foreigners visit this place. The seafood served here is exquisite. The live sea-food selection, unique cocktails and wall graffiti makes it a wonderful place to dine. Some of the recommended drinks and dishes include fish, seafood platter, mocktails, cocktails and smoothies. 

Evening hours

Chapora Fort

It is a popular chilling spot for couples and got famous with the Bollywood movie ‘Dil Chahta Hai that got shot here. This fort overlooks River Chapora. During the evenings, you get to see the glorious setting sun. 

Dinner & Dance

You may spend your time dancing at Titos or have dinner at Mambo. They\ are both the favoured sundowner spot in Goa. Mambo offers beachfront view and great food. It is located at Baga Calangute, Saunta Vaddo. The recommended dishes and drinks here are pizzas, cocktails, beer and garlic bread. 

Titos offers an amazing floor to dance the whole night to the tunes of local, domestic and international DJ artists. It is also located close to Mambo. Here, you may order pizzas, cocktails, seafood, pasta, sandwich, fish and tandoori chicken. 

Day 2

Morning hours

You should visit North Goan beaches like Morjim, Candolim and Anjuna as they offer a fabulous sea, sand and sun experience. The refreshing atmosphere, pristine beaches is sure to make you feel lively. 


At Anjuna Beach, you should visit Artjuna to have delicious breakfast. This quaint, rustic cafe also offers souvenirs, artefacts, furniture, books along with traditional Goan weaves. It isolated at Monteiro Vaddo. You can order here coffee, sandwiches, waffles, salads, shakshuka, etc. 

Afternoon hours

Check out some interesting places like Panjim, Basilica of Bom Jesus and Fort Aguada. The fort allows you to learn something about Portuguese culture. It is open throughout the week from 9.30am to 6om. 

Basilica of Bom Jesus is considered to be a world heritage site and also the oldest church of Goa, constructed around four centuries ago. It is well maintained and open on all days. 


If you want to have tasty Indian cuisine for lunch, then visit Chulha located at Panjim. You are sure to have a royal feast here. It also offers families with a great ambiance. The service, crowd and vibe here are worth special mention. It is located on the first floor of Grand Hyatt Goa. You may order here paratha, tikka, sev puri, papdi chaat and laal maans, etc. 

Evening hours

High-Tea Cruise

Visiting Goa, you should enjoy the cruise ride at Panjim. The vibrant, attractive cruise accompanied by melodious music and hi-tea spread is sure to provide you with a memorable evening. From the cruise, you can get to have a picturesque view of Goa. To enjoy the cruise ride, you have to visit Captain of Ports Jetty, Panjim. High-Tea Cruise ride is offered between 5 and 7pm. The package offered includes premium, superior and Regular Hi-Tea packs, with each one coming with snacks/buffet and liquor, based on your opted pack. 


You may end your Goa trip by having party in Calangute at Club Cabana. This neon-lit club is sure to offer an amazing hippie vibe and atmosphere. Renowned DJs will make you to dance to their tunes. The club’s setting is also equally fabulous, as you can dance right under the starlit sky beneath the treetops. Being a high-end place, chances are you may spot some celebrities here. It is located at Arpora Hill, Anjuna Road. You may order here chicken tikka, pizza, French fries, cocktail and beer. 

Alila diwa goa tourist reviews can help you to make your hotel and tour plans properly.

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