You can have a budget holiday or a luxury retreat in Goa. It offers the perfect mix of adventure, romance, and excitement. Our guide to the perfect romantic vacation will help you plan your trip. Let the romance and sparks fly during your Goa honeymoon.
Goa’s Honeymoon Season is the best time to visit.
Between October and April is the best time to go on a Goa honeymoon. You can have privacy and enjoy time with your partner during these months. There are not many tourists on the islands so you can feel secure. Evening rains can add romance and make it a great place to take a walk on the beach. This is the perfect time to go on a hike or watersports.
It is recommended that you spend at least four nights in Goa and five days there to make the most of your honeymoon. You will have enough time to explore the beautiful attractions and make great memories with your partner.
Spend a day in water sports such as scuba diving and surfing, banana boating, parasailing, or wakeboarding. Trekking and hiking are great options.
You can spend two days in South Goa or North Goa, visiting the stunning churches, waterfalls, caves, and shacks. It is sure to be a memorable experience with your loved one.
You can either take a party cruise, go to the local nightclubs and dance the night away or stay at a beach house to relax at night.
Top Honeymoon Spots in Goa
Calangute, which boasts vibrant nightlife, bustling street markets, and plenty of sunbathing spots, is ideal for honeymoon couples to visit in Goa. Calangute, also known as the Queen of Beaches, is a stunning white sand beach. You can explore the Calangute life during your Goa Honeymoon Packages. Calangute is a popular tourist destination for its excellent street food. You will be amazed at the rich flavors of the Konkan, Goan and Portuguese options.
You can stay the night at Anjuna and watch fire dancers at work, or you can relax with your partner at one of the clubs near the beach. Anjuna is nestled between the Aravalli Hills and hosts regular night flea markets as well as beach parties.
This stunning white-sand beach is lined with palm trees and clear water. It’s the ideal spot for couples looking to spend their honeymoon in Goa. The beach umbrellas, sunbeds, and shacks offer privacy to large groups of tourists. You will not be disappointed with the seafood selections.
4. Butterfly Beach
This romantic spot is also known as Honeymoon Beach. It’s located in a cove that is covered with lush trees. Here, you can enjoy the tranquility of the air and the colorful butterflies attracted by the tall trees. Bring a picnic basket, a beach towel, and enjoy the golden sunset. To reach Butterfly Beach, you will need to hike for two hours from Palolem or take a boat to Agonda.
Palolem Beach is the perfect place for honeymooners to enjoy scuba diving, dolphin spotting, and stunning sunset views. You can spend the night here in beach shacks or huts and swim in the tranquil waters with your partner. You’ll find a unique party on the silent nights—plugin your headphones and dance to your favorite music at this exclusive silent dance party.
6. Dona Paula Jetty
The Dona Paula jetty, also known as “Lovers’ Paradise,” offers unbeatable views of the beaches from Panjim through Miramar. The jetty is nestled in a rock harbor that overlooks Mormugao. It stretches out to sea along a walking path. This makes it an ideal spot for couples who are on their honeymoon in Goa.
7. Fort Aguada
Builtin the seventeenth century, Panjim’s fort Aguada was stunning. The Portuguese fort is home to an old jail, a freshwater reserve, and a lighthouse. Fort Aguada has a spiral staircase to the top that offers panoramic views of the beach and is recommended for history lovers and honeymoon couples.