Vagator Beach is located in North Goa, in-between Fort Chapora and Anjuna Beach. This video will take you next to the main Vagator Beach, showing you some after sunset moments with trance.
This short video of Vagator Beach dates back somewhere in 2006 – 2007. After watching this video, you will get to see also other videos from Vagator, Goa, India, and the topics related. See also other videos from my Goa travel sketchbook in the Real Goa Short Cut -video collection in YouTube. You will find authentic scenes with authentic sounds from Goa, India.
Baga Beach is next to Calangute Beach when walking towards North. During the tourist season Baga is the most happening beach with parties and the restaurants in Baga village like Mambo’s and Tito’s are also full of entertainment.
Here in this video you can see and hear an ordinary afternoon in Baga Beach. After watching this video you might get to see more videos from Baga Beach from other YouTubers and start your surf.
You might also be interested in seeing other videos from Goa Beaches and sights – Find them from Indivue vlog from Goa – Those videos are authentic scenes with authentic sounds from Goa, India. No acting, no playbacks.
Baga Beach seuraa Pohjois-Goan päärantaa Calangute Beachia, kun kävelet rantaviivaa Suomesta katsoen vasemmalle. Vaikka Baga tunnetaan Goan bilemekkana, tavanomainen iltapäivä turistikauden aikaan on näinkin rauhallinen, kuten videolta voi nähdä.
Today let me introduce to you the one and only Calangute Beach, which is the main beach and the most famous beach for tourists in North Goa, India.
Here in this video you will see a beautiful sunset on Calangute Beach, Goa, and plenty of tourists admiring the views.
This video was shot some 10 years back, but after watching this short video, you will get to see plenty of other more recent videos from Calangute, Goa, India – Enjoy your armchair travelling!
See also other Goan beaches and sights in videos from the Indivue vlog from Goa – you will find it in the link attached! Those videos are authentic scenes with authentic sounds from Goa, India. No acting. No manipulating. Just Goa, as it is. Or was.