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Planning For Budget Vacation in Goa? Here Are Some Recommendations

Incredible Goa brings to you the most affordable holiday suggestions for Goa in the month of October-November, check out here.
Planning For Budget Vacation in Goa
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As the Covid curve started flattening in Goa owing to a 100% vaccination, the state government has opened the gates for the forthcoming tourism season. If you  want to travel to Goa on a budget vacation and searching for some good recommendations, you are in the right place.

Goa is divided into two major districts North and South, the North Goa is invariably a most happening place in the state with all major clubs, shopping, bustling beaches and liquor vendors every nook and Cornner. 

Goa gets around 5 million tourists from the Mid November till February and that is also known as a peak season wherein everything becomes most expensive here. 

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But still you want to travel to (North) Goa from October and November without burning a hole in your pocket you have good chance of getting some great deals from the hotels and restaurants as the tourism just started picking up in the state. 

Most of the tourists, domestic or foreign, makes the holiday plan to Goa with beach vacation on their mind, but let me tell you that the rates skyrocket in Goa during the peak season due to the huge number of Tourists and scarcity of accommodations. 

Where to Begin? 

Once you have made your plans for the beachside vacation in Goa regardless if you visited Goa in the past or not, the first question that comes in your mind is Where to Begin? Don’t worry we have everything sorted for you. 

In this article we have tried our best the guide you to the budget hotels and more and obviously you are also going to google it out. So before you make your bookings, do some study about the prices and reviews of the place. Although we have put up couple of places here (that we will keep updating) but there are many more places even cheaper than this which you can always opt for. 

Goa’s Weather in October – November

Goa being a tropical beach destination the weather always remains warmer even during the Chilly Winter and that is the reason the tourists from Russia and UK choose to be in Goa from November to February. 

The weather in October is very pleasant except for sometimes the clouds take over the Sun and it does not go beyond drizzling. To be Franck, it’s neither sunny nor rainy, it is a right kind of cloudy and breezy atmosphere that will give you the real feel of vacation. 

The Budget Accommodation In North Goa

Goa has an accommodation for the rich and famous as well as the budget tourists and all of them are of good standard compared to any other part of the country. Just because it is a budget accommodation it does not mean it is of low standard. 

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Goa has an accommodation for every pocket. Right from 1000 INR per day to 100,000 INR per day, it is up-to you to decide to choose from the best suited for your pocket. Here we have compiled some of the Budget accommodation options for you. 

Goan Holiday Resort in Calangute

Calangute is one of the most sought after holiday destination for the domestic tourists and there are many budget options of the stay available here. Goan Holiday Resort is just one of them. 

Situated besides the McDonalds in Calangute this semi luxury resort offers the accommodation starting from 1000 INR. There are many reviews on the google about the place and most of them call it a good deal. 

Gaurav Srivastava, who visited this place in Feb 2017 says that Staff was very cooperative, rooms were clean & hygienic. Location was very good, near by Calangute beach Baga beach.

Overall for the budget of 1000 INR it sounds a very good deal. Next time you visit this place, please do not forget to leave your review on our portal. 

Coco’s Resort in Chapora 

If you have watched “Dil Chahta Hai’ then its no doubt that you know where the it was shot, if you don’t know then let us tell you, it was the Famous Chapora fort. The Coco’s Resort is situated in beautiful Chapora. 

With the budget of just 1200 INR it gives you the rustic ambience of the Goa villages. The resort has the choice of AC and Non Ac rooms with the poolside restaurant and option of booking the luxury tents.  

One Bhanu Prakash Karnam in his Goibibo review claims he stayed in AC Luxury tent for 3 days and the stay was good. Staff is very cooperative. Nice food in their Bar & Restaurant. According to him, he was sceptical about tents initially, but they are spacious and good with Window AC. 

Overall for the budget of 1200 INR the deal is not bad at all. If you visit this place, please do not forget to leave your review on our portal. 

Mamta Courtyard in Anjuna

Anjuna is very calm and serene place compared to the Calangute and staying in Anjuna is like staying in heaven away from the crowd and noise pollution. 

Mamta Courtyard is another budget hotel with the rooms starting at 1000 INR. Situated at the Mazal Waddo in Anjuna it is very close to the beach and market alike. 

This is one of the budget hotels that has got 4.3 star on Goibibo platform. According to the review posted by one Sahil Shirodkar, The hotel has excellent service. The owner himself entertains the customer and is very friendly and outgoing. 

Overall for the budget of 1200 INR the deal is not bad at all. If you visit this place, please do not forget to leave your review on our portal. 

Photo by cottonbro

To be Continued… (Coming up Next…The Budget Restaurants In North Goa) 

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