Nightlife in Goa: Best Nightclubs, Pubs, Raves & Beach Parties in Goa 2023

Nightlife in Goa. Best nightclubs, pubs, raves and parties in goa

Nightlife in Goa: The Best NightClubs, Pubs, Raves and Beach Parties in Goa + Where to Stay. Updated for 2023

Nightlife in Goa is legendary, from cocktails at sunset with live music, stylish nightclubs, lively pubs and instagrammable bars to all night psytrance raves, beach parties and buzzing night markets – there’s a good reason why Goa is called India’s nightlife capital!

Goa was famous at the birthplace of Goa trance in the hippie days. There are still some amazing psytrance parties and raves but nowadays Goa’s nightlife has something to offer everyone no matter what style of music your into.

Experiencing the legendary Goa nightlife is something you don’t want to miss when you visit Goa but requires a little research and forward planning to make sure you’re in the right place at the right time.

I’ve been living in Anjuna for 7 years, so it was about time I updated this post with all the hottest new nightclubs and parties in Goa. And, because where you stay can really make or break your trip, I’ve also included my recommendations for the best hotels and places to stay in Goa for nightlife.

Sunburn Festival party in Goa. Photo Credit: Instagram @sunburnfestival
Sunburn Festival in Goa. Photo Credit: Instagram @sunburnfestival

My Top Tips for Nightlife in Goa

The Best Time to Visit Goa for Nightlife

The best time to visit Goa to party is Christmas and New Year and throughout the peak tourist season between December to April when there are parties on nearly every night. However, not every party is on every night so check out the nightclubs website or social media to see what’s on for your dates.

Over Christmas and New Year Goa is crazy busy, there are so many parties on and North Goa is just buzzing all day and night! There are also massive 3 day festivals like Sunburn between Christmas and New Year.

New Year’s Eve in Goa is super popular but it’s also really busy, traffic is crazy and everything is more expensive. Check out my insider tips for celebrating New Year in Goa 

Hilltop nightclub in Vagator best nightlife in goa
Hilltop Nightclub – one of the best psytrance party places in Goa.

You must book your hotel in advance for New Years Eve or any holiday weekend in peak season as it get crazy busy! For big events you should book your tickets online in advance to avoid missing out!

Goa Carnival is Goa’s biggest street party and a unique event in India as it dates back to the times when Goa was a Portuguese colony. The streets of Goa’s capital Panjim come alive with colourful floats and a buzzing party parade. Carnival is usually held before Lent in February or March. Book your stay well in advance.

To find out what’s on in Goa during your dates download the Party Hunt App and check out What’s Up Goa to find out what’s on during your dates.

Entry prices for Goa parties depend on the artist, venue and season. There’s are normally different charges for couples, entry and stags. Some clubs include drinks in the cover charge but some don’t so check with the venue.

For some of the big festivals and parties you can get a cheaper price by booking your tickets in advance online on MadVibes or Book My Show.

cocktail bars and parties in goa

The Best Places to Stay in Goa for Nightlife

To make the most of your time in Goa it’s best to book a hotel to stay near the parties you want to go to – so you don’t need to worry about how to get back when after you’ve enjoyed some drinks. Taxis can be expensive in Goa and Never Drink and Drive!

Many of the best party places in Goa are part of party resorts where you can stay, relax and party all in one resort! The best beach and place to stay for nightlife in Goa depends on what kind of music you’re into –

Baga, Calangute and Arpora are best for fun Bollywood music and commercial nightclubs, pubs, bars. Especially around infamous Tito’s Lane in Baga.

Anjuna and Vagator are best for psytrance raves and beach parties. There are many hostels and beach party resorts you can stay in here.

Ashvem and Morjim are best for classy clubbing and party resorts with swanky techno and house nightclubs.

The Best Nightclubs, Pubs, Bars, Raves and Beach Parties in Goa.

There’s so many nightclubs, bars, pubs, restaurants, beach parties and raves in Goa that I can’t mention them all in one post. But here’s a few of the best and my personal favourites.

Tito’s Lane, Baga

Tito's nightclub party baga goa
Photo Credit: Instagram @ClubTitosGoa

On the popular Baga beach, Tito’s Lane is the most famous clubbing strip in Goa. Tito’s Lane is lined with nightclubs, bars, pubs, restaurants, tattooists and souvenir shops blasting out the latest commercial and Bollywood hits.

Visit Cocktails and Dreams, Cape Town Café, iconic Tito’s and it’s sister club Café Mambo’s. Entrance and drinks are free for ladies every night at Tito’s! For more info check out Tito’s website and Instagram @clubtitosgoa

fiesta beach resort near nighlife at tito's lane baga Goa

Where to Stay: Fiesta Beach Resort

Beautiful beach resort with a swimming pool in tropical gardens and a good restaurant just steps from the buzzing nightlife on Tito’s Lane in Baga.

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LPK Waterfront, Nerul near Candolim

LPK waterfront nightclub in Goa: Photo Credit: Instagram @LPKwaterfront
LPK waterfront nightclub in Goa: Photo Credit: Instagram @LPKwaterfront

LPK (Love Passion Karma) is a unique venue set on the banks of the Nerul River near Candolim home to India’s first super club.

With incredible and unusual architecture this is an amazing, opulent waterfront nightclub playing all the latest commercial, house and Bollywood hits on LPK’s specially sculpted indoor dance floor with a backdrop of a Portuguese church. A strict entry policy keeps the crowd decent and classy. Check out their instagram @lpkwaterfront to know more.

Also check out SinQ in Calangute. It’s one of the longest running party resorts in Goa. A stylish resort with a beach club, indoor and outdoor party places, swimming pool and lounge bar and state of the art nightclub. You can stay in their suites to make the most of this one stop party destination. Check SinQ room prices here.

SinQ got so popular now there’s 2 venues – SinQ in Calangute and a new one on Ashvem beach next to popular Marbella.

sonesta inns candolim goa

Where to Stay: Sonesta Inns

Elegant suites and apartments that can accommodate larger groups around a swimming pool with a variety of dinning and drinking options near the beach in Candolim and the LPK ticket office.

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Club Cubana, Arpora

Club Cubana is one of the best nightclubs, not just in Goa but in the whole of Asia! This huge, multi level, open air night club is situated between Baga and Anjuna on the Arpora Hill and is known as ‘the night club in the sky.’

Club Cubana has numerous dance floors and plays varied music, stylish chill out areas under twinkling lights and even a swimming pool. The cover charge includes unlimited drinks so it’s sure to be a big night out.

Wednesday is Ladies night, the club’s biggest evening that offers free entry and drinks for girls. Check their instagram @clubcubana to know more.

There’s also Hammerzz Nightclub nearby – another of Goa’s most popular and buzzing open air nightclubs.

woke hostel arpora

Where to Stay: Woke Hostel

A beautiful Portuguese villa turned into a sociable hostel in Arpora near the hottest nightclubs like Club Cubana and Hammerzz. There’s a pool, shady gardens and chill out areas. This location also gives easy access to all the nightlife in Baga and Anjuna.

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sunset at thalassa goa restaurant and bar
Sunset at Thalassa. Photo Credit: Instagram @thalassagreektaverna

Thalassa, Siolim

Thalassa is a Greek restaurant with amazing views over the water that has become one of the most famous, popular and instagrammable restaurants in Goa. With stunning sunsets, delicious Greek food, unique ambience, stylish crowd and traditional Greek live performances and fire shows,

Thalassa is one of the best nightlife experiences in Goa in one of the most spectacular locations. You must book in advance in peak season to reserve your table. See their website to know more and reserve your table.

casa vagator best place to stay for nightlife in goa

Where to Stay: Casa Vagator

Chic rooms in a villa perched on the top of Vagator cliff with stunning views and a swimming pool. Close to all the party places in Vagator and a 10 minute drive to Thalassa.

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Sunburn Festival, Vagator

sunburn festival goa party
Photo Credit: Instagram @sunburnfestival

No post about nightlife in Goa would be complete without mentioning the Sunburn Festival! Held every year in the days just before New Years Eve, Sunburn is Asia’s biggest and loudest 3 day EDM festival. There’s often other festivals and after parties held around the same time that Sunburn Festival is on so the party never stops.

Sunburn is usually held in Vagator and attracts a huge crowd so you must book your tickets and accommodation well in advance as things get fully booked. But it can move locations so check their website and follow on Instagram @sunburnfestival 

moustache luxuria vagator

Where to Stay: Moustache Goa Luxuria

Located in Vagator this luxurious, fun and young resort has a variety of rooms including double and quadrable rooms as well as luxurious dormitory rooms for large groups. Start the party around the pool before heading out to all the hottest party places nearby.

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Hilltop, Vagator

Hilltop Festival. Photo Credit: Instagram @hilltopgoa
Hilltop Festival. Photo Credit: Instagram @hilltopgoa

Hilltop is Goa’s legendary, iconic psytrance party place that all trance lovers simply must check out when in Goa. Every Sunday Hilltop hosts a pumping party where you can dance under the neon palm trees while international DJs play the pulsing beats of Goa trance.

On special events like Christmas and New Years Hilltop hosts epic psychedelic raves that last for more than 24 hours and attract thousands of party people. There’s also the Hilltop Festival that happens every year in February.

Nowadays it’s not just psytrance, Hilltop also hosts big name international DJ’s and a chill out festival called Chill Top. There’s also a popular Friday Night Market with boutique shopping from international designers, live music, food stalls and a party atmosphere. Check out their Instagram to know more.

alcove resort vagator goa nightlife

Where to Stay: Alcove Resort

Good value wooden beach huts and rooms on a cliffside resort overlooking Ozran Beach with a games room and small pool 5 mins from Hilltop.

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Antares, Vagator

antares beach club goa
Photo Credit: Instagram @antares_goa  

The famous restaurant, bar, beach club and party resort on Vagator’s cliffs owned by Australian Master Chef winner and celebrity chef Sarah Todd.

The menu is an innovative fusion of Asian and Australian-inspired cuisine with fancy cocktails, music and sunset parties that go late into the night at weekends. Stay in one of their party huts for the full experience.  Check out their menu on their website.

This area has become one of the most happening nightlife spots in Goa with many more famous bars and clubs nearby like Titlie, 11:Eleven, Re:Fresh, 9 Bar, Pinakin and Glory (formerly known as Chronicle)

antares beach club party place in vagator

Where to Stay: Antares Beach Resort

Stay in a wooden party hut at the famous resort itself. There’s stunning sea views, a pool and it’s super close to all the bars in one of the most happening areas of Vagator.

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Curlies and Shiva Valley, Anjuna Beach

curlies beach party place goa
Curlie – Photo Credit: @curlies_goa on Instagram

Curlies and Shiva Valley, on South Anjuna Beach, are two of the original and most famous beach party places in Goa. At sunset Curlies really starts to come alive, there is a huge menu covering all cuisines. Chill out on the deck area on top or in the cabanas or dance under the florescent deco until sunrise.

Curlies has techno nights on Monday and psytrance nights on Thursdays but it’s always a popular spot with something going on. Check their Instagram @goa_curlies to know more.

Shiva Valley next door holds a popular, long running, all night psytrance rave on the beach every Tuesday.

*Update 2023: Curlies has closed it’s doors, Shiva Valley is still open*

More beach party places around Anjuna include Guru Bar, Purple Martini, UV Bar, Café Lilliput and Aura.

curlies zulu land best places to stay for nightlife on anjuna beachWhere to Stay: Curlies Zulu Land Cottages

Comfy cottages in lush gardens just steps away from the famous all night psytrance raves and beach parties at Curlies and Shiva Valley on Anjuna beach.

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Marbela Beach Resort, Ashvem

Marbella White Party. Photo Credit: Instagram @marbellabeach
Marbella White Party. Photo Credit: Instagram @marbellabeach

A swish Mediterranean themed beach club resort with a bar, pool and spa on uncrowded and trendy Ashvem Beach. Marbela is famous for it’s ‘White Parties’ and hosts famous, international DJs for swanky techno parties around the pool. Stay in the resort itself for a hedonistic holiday. Click here for prices. Check out their Instagram @marbelabeach to see what’s on.

living room resort morjim beach restaurant cropped

Where to Stay: Living Room Beach Resort

A short walk along the uncrowded beach from nightclubs like Marbella and SinQ is this classy new resort with cute chalets and tropical gardens. The suite rooms even have a jacuzzi in the private garden area!

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Riva Beach Resort, Mandrem

Riva Pool Parties at Riva Resort, Mandrem

Riva is famous for it’s laidback Sunday reggae parties on the lawn and around the infinity pool. It’s also the location for the Goa Sunsplash Festival and the Lemonade Festival around New Years.

riva beach resort pool

Where to Stay: Riva Beach Resort

Stay in the spacious beach resort itself in luxurious, ocean-facing beach huts with landscaped gardens and swimming pool with views over the uncrowded beach.

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Leopard Valley, nr Palolem, South Goa

@leopardvalleygoa on Instagram
Photo Credit: @leopardvalleygoa on instagram

Leopard Valley is a large open air night club and party venue located between Agonda and Palolem Beach. It opened in 2013 and has grown into South Goa’s biggest and best nightlife spot. Parties happen most Friday and Saturday nights in season with international DJs playing EDM and exciting fire shows and pyrotechnics. Check what’s happening on instagram @leopardvalleygoa

wild berry resort agonda goa

Where to Stay : Wild Berry Resort

This is the nearest resort to Leopard Valley with comfortable white washed rooms, a pool and live music on Saturday nights.

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Soro Village Pub, Assagao

soro pub goa
Photo Credit: @soro_goa on Instagram

For a cosy pub experience with the ambience of a traditional Goan bar check out Soro located in Assagao on the road between Vagator and Siolim. Did you know ‘Soro’ means alcoholic beverage in Konkani. Play some pool, jam to live music or just enjoy the food and drinks in the cosy atmosphere inside or relax outside. It’s a fun pub that’s become popular among locals. Follow them on Instagram@soro_goa to know more.

casa ahanna resort goa

Where to Stay: Casa Ahaana 

A collection of modern white suites around a pool with a bar, restaurant and evening entertainment located close to Soro Village Pub.

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Underground Parties and Raves in Goa

While the days of free hippie parties on the beaches are kind of over now and partying in Goa gets more expensive every year there are still some more underground parties and all night beach raves mostly in the Vagator,  Anjuna and Chapora area.

Ask around and look out for the posters and flyers or join the Goa nightlife Facebook and Whatsapp groups on check Instgram@goa_rave_community to find out what underground parties and raves are happening.

Goa trance party

Old school Goa trance party. Photo Credit: Last fm

More things you should know about nightlife in Goa

Be aware that when elections are happening the Code of Conduct comes in to effect (usually in February). This means venues are not allowed to sell alcohol or party after 10 pm for 40 days before the election. There are a few totally dry days around election day. So the nightlife in Goa has to calm down a bit at these times.

But don’t cancel your trip due to the code of conduct – there are still fun day parties where you can dance the day away on the beach but the party has to stop at 10pm.

In this post I’m describing what’s on during season time (December – April.) As many of the big parties are outside many only happen in season time and alot of the party places are closed in monsoon.

Indoor night clubs and most of the bars in Titos’ Lane in Baga are still open in monsoon and there are special events and big parties around holidays like Independence Day. But be aware that Goa’s not thumping every night in monsoon like it does in season time.

Read more: My Ultimate Guide to Goa in Monsoon

Hope you have an amazing time partying in Goa!

For more Goa tips check out my Insider’s Guide to Goa.  


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Ginza George November 8, 2016 at 6:30 am

You’ve fantastic information here. Keep it up. Thank you!

Andy Smith March 3, 2017 at 12:19 pm

Please send me information about India.

Anna March 6, 2017 at 6:33 pm

There is lots on the blog – I don’t have anything to send. Hope you find what your looking for or you can contact me with any specific question 🙂

Mohit Omprakash bamanpalli March 11, 2017 at 9:06 pm

Hey thanks a lot dear Anna that was best of Goa but I am a single guy and unsure if the places will be happening or not would love catch up with u someday if u are in goa.

Anna March 15, 2017 at 7:53 am

Glad you liked the article, most places are happening in season time and things start to get quieter after April but theres usually something on most nights year round. I think some places are OK with single guys but I’m not too sure. Hope you have a good time in Goa 🙂

Rajesh July 8, 2017 at 7:09 pm

Can we find any night life in south Goa in July month nr. Canacona or palolem beach, we wants a rave party in July in south Goa

Anna July 16, 2017 at 9:33 pm

I think most things including hotels, restaurants and parties are all shut in south Goa in monsoon – better to try Baga area in North Goa

Kalpew October 25, 2017 at 1:47 pm

Ahoooo really

Thev April 27, 2017 at 12:46 am

Hi I’m Thev from Singapore. I plan to visit Goa by middle of next year 2018 with my two friend . We are bachelor. We are interested to spend our holiday time with foreigners especially Russian girls…any posibilities for that?

Anna May 3, 2017 at 9:48 am

Hi Thev – whos knows, there are many Russians in Goa I guess you’ll have to see if you make friends ….

John April 27, 2017 at 7:29 pm

Hi I. I’m to next week so can u give me company in Goa.

Anna May 3, 2017 at 9:49 am

Hi John I’m really busy with work at the moment but hope you have a good holiday in Goa

Darshan Singh June 11, 2017 at 8:14 pm

i hv booked my tickets from 3rd Dec to 12th Dec. in GOA with 4 frnds. could i know abt the place where best part of my time , i can spend ?
including Clubs
Rev Parties and
other events

Anna June 13, 2017 at 12:24 pm

Hi Darshan – I’ve listed the best clubs and parties in this post and once you reach Goa look out for the posters with all the party info. If you want to party and met others backpacker hostels are more fun to stay in than hotels – here’s the ones I recommend – Hope you have a good trip! 🙂

Justin September 1, 2017 at 4:37 pm

Rave party in South goa

Lally December 24, 2017 at 10:30 am

I want jion rave party .. So plz any one suggess where rave party.. I
want going rave party… Plz sent me some details for rave party

Mak October 30, 2017 at 10:39 pm

Hey Anna how r u,coming on 16 November 17 any multiple day psy festival in goa

Anna November 10, 2017 at 5:31 pm

look out for the posters around Goa

Sheoran November 23, 2017 at 6:59 pm

Where can I find best rave parties? (I hope you can decipher the intensity of rave I am talking about)

Anna November 24, 2017 at 6:56 pm

There aren’t any trance parties on at the moment, other parties are on but not the big raves – hopefully they will be on soon maybe next week

Darpan February 20, 2018 at 4:39 am

I want join rave in goa !! I want to know place & time.

Sam February 22, 2018 at 10:22 am

Hi, my self Sam from Bangalore we all friends planning for Goa vocation it’s a 1st trip to us to Goa. (Which place will be more happening place suggest guide me).

rupesh March 1, 2018 at 6:23 pm

Anna I love you

Ammu April 1, 2019 at 7:33 pm

Hi can I know the party happening dates in may

Anna April 17, 2019 at 3:25 pm

It’s getting into off season so not so many parties will be happening. You’ll have to look on facebook or come and look out for the flyers nearer the time – I cannot predict the future sorry 🙂

Arjun May 14, 2017 at 9:54 pm

I am coming to Goa with my friends on 3 June 2017 for 5-6 nights. Can you tell me some amazing places to go to.
Specially for psychedelic and the trance music to party all night.

Anna May 16, 2017 at 12:54 pm

Hi Arjun, when you are visiting it is off season so some of these places will not be open but there may still be the odd party on. Try Curlies or Shiva Valley or maybe UV Bar and check out the posters around to see whats still open. Hope you have a good time.

Siddharth May 20, 2017 at 8:38 am

Hello Anna..coming Goa on 3june ..tell ab8 rave party address

Anna May 22, 2017 at 12:10 pm

Hi Siddharth in June it’s off season in Goa so I don’t know if they will be any raves on. Maybe some parties in Baga and Calangute – Tito’s Lane. Hope you enjoy

Prince pavan June 13, 2017 at 7:57 pm

Hay anna I want best psy party in Goa Can u help for that

Anna June 13, 2017 at 9:29 pm

Hey – all my favourite party places are in the post – click on the links to their facebook pages to check out whats on 🙂

bhavesh meghnani March 24, 2018 at 4:03 pm

What is the best month to visit Goa and when the rave party held and which place in Goa.

Anna May 13, 2018 at 10:03 pm

All the info should be the post and also in these articles on Goa

Ravinder kumar October 25, 2018 at 6:43 am

Hi Anna we r 6 7 friends want to visit goa in dec last …. Any rave party will organise at that time…. Can you guide me…

Anna November 10, 2018 at 10:35 pm

Just look out for the flyers around Goa 🙂

Shubham Passi May 18, 2017 at 5:46 pm

Hi Anna. We are two guys in Goa. Planning to spend Saturday night having some fun. Can you suggest some place for partying.

Agnes Dylan May 29, 2017 at 11:33 am

Hey Anna,

I visited Goa during Jan 2017 because of the Elections the pubs were not open after 11pm. Hoping to party at Shiva valley and Curlies during my visit in June.

This was a very helpful blog.

Cheers to travelling.

Agnes Dylan

Anna May 29, 2017 at 8:17 pm

Hi Agnes, what bad timing – January was a bit boring nightlife wise. The monsoon comes to Goa in June so most things will be shut, Shiva Valley and Hilltop are now shut but there may still be something happening at Curlies or Waters a one off monsoon party but its a quiet time. January is normally one of the best times to visit just this year they had the elections. Hope you get to experience a proper party in Goa soon!

lucky May 30, 2017 at 8:39 pm

Hi am coming night party anjuna beach Shiva vally may full enjoy so beautiful bach

Sooraj June 11, 2017 at 10:48 pm

I am planning to come this junr 24th so which pyschadelic party are available over there! Bcoz i am eagerly waiting for that party in goa this time! Please could you suggest a nice place to beat the heat in those cold nights

Anna June 13, 2017 at 12:22 pm

Hi Sooraj – as your coming in monsoon not everything is open, especially the psychedelic outdoor parties for obvious reasons but I’ve just updated the post with whats open during monsoon – hope you find a good party and have a good time in Goa.

Amit banerjee June 29, 2017 at 12:20 pm

Amazing Goa. Thanks for sharing. Here are some best nightlife places of Kolkata check them if you’re planning of coming in Kolkata.

Anna July 16, 2017 at 9:46 pm

Thanks for sharing 🙂

Hussain October 27, 2017 at 12:58 pm

Hii beauty (anna)
I’m going to Goa next week as in it’s 1 November 2017
Could you please tell me where will be the rave party?
Reply me on my mail address

Anna October 31, 2017 at 7:56 am

Look out for the posters around Goa 🙂 Have fun

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Nick October 29, 2017 at 9:41 pm

Hi Anna,

Amazing blog, thanks for all the useful info!!!!

I’ve just been reading about a big crackdown on late night raves. Have you found this to be the case recently?

Anna November 10, 2017 at 5:32 pm

Hey Nick

Yes there are not so many big parties at the moment – I think they are waiting for the permits. Hopefully the parties will be in full swing soon!

alejandro November 3, 2017 at 10:24 am

Hi Anna,
I am musician from Germany and I am going in february with my electronic duo to Goa. I would like to play in some venues, but I don´t know where my music could fit. You know the place better as nobody, maybe can you tell me venues.
These are two of my music projects:
I hope, you can help me!…it could be wonderful
thank you,

Anna November 10, 2017 at 5:16 pm

Hey Alejandro

Sounds cool, I think you need to explore and approach the venues in person really and it would be best to come before the start of the season if you want to play.

Sorry I can’t help more.

Good luck and hope you have a good time in Goa. 🙂

Gaurav Agarwal November 14, 2017 at 8:27 am

Hey Anna. Its an interesting and a helpful blog. Really thanks for sharing. I m coming to Goa on Nov 18 for a week. I run a restaurant in Rishikesh so not much looking for yoga n spirituality. Can you suggest me few things n you have time someday, i would love to catch up with you.. Take care

Papa AJ December 18, 2017 at 4:16 pm

Hi Anna .. my wife and me will be in GOA in the mid March 2018 . We love to party and love Bollywood music so much .. Can suggest a best or convinience place to stay so we can enjoy party and get back to hotel walking without taking any transport ..

Anna August 16, 2018 at 10:09 pm

If you stay in Baga or Calangute around Tito’s Lane there are lots of parties and you will be able to walk back to your hotel.

Dashu December 24, 2017 at 6:09 pm

Hi anna we are 7 friends coming in goa from 18jan to 21 jan 2018 pls suggest night club for booking

sahitya January 31, 2018 at 1:43 pm

These are really amazing places to enjoy the night life of Goa. Thank you for sharing it with us.

dev February 28, 2018 at 5:27 pm

where is rave party today or tomorrow

Guru March 25, 2018 at 7:36 pm

In april i come in goa for bday …
Soo any rave party infrmtion ….!!!

John May 2, 2018 at 5:19 am

Hey Anna, does Anjuna market and parties happen on Wednesday or Thursday?. I loved your article.

Anna May 3, 2018 at 3:11 pm

Hey the Anjuna flea market happens only on Wednesdays. Shiva Valley has a big party night on Tuesdays but (depending on season and police) there should be a party happening most nights in Anjuna. Have fun 🙂

marshal July 24, 2018 at 9:32 pm

will there be a night party on sept 21

Sid August 9, 2018 at 12:05 pm

Hi 👋 could you please help us with some raves happening on the weekend of 10th to 12th August and also some good parties to attend if you suggest we are 4 couples

rocky August 31, 2018 at 2:01 pm

hy guys i am traveling to goa this weekend, can you sugges good undergrund rave party place

Anna September 3, 2018 at 4:48 pm

I’m not there at the moment as its off season so I don’t know sorry – not so many parties on this time of year

Deepjyoti Deka October 3, 2018 at 6:43 am

Hello, I see you have a great list here, but have you heard about Lalaland festival happening in Goa, on the 19th and 20th of October 2018 yet?

Its a magical journey, check out for more details.

At LaLaLand you will find magic and happiness in every corner of our garden and theatre. LaLa For everyone! LaLaLand is ready with a lineup full of national and international artists, exciting up-and-comers, and lots of surprises.
Expect excitment in the lush green garden, love in the LaLa theatre, soul-stirring music scene, mouth watering food from various vendors, riveting slack rope workshop, pop up by chop shop to transform your style, games that will bring out the kids in you and sustainibilty for all.
And this is just the beginning. Be there at the festival, and we shall share our secrets.
Head over to

Anna October 10, 2018 at 1:22 pm

Hey Deepjyoti

Thanks for the tips – La La Land sounds like a great experience! 🙂

Shiyas October 10, 2018 at 8:32 pm

Looking for rave party in goa to welcome new year

Anna October 14, 2018 at 2:48 pm

There are loads on parties on a new year. Hilltop has one of the most popular and famous big NYE raves

Amanda December 5, 2018 at 12:35 pm

I have visited tito’s, and I must say it is one of the best places to party in Goa. The tickets at the counter are a bit more expensive than the ones online, so i would suggest you to purchase them online on

Adam December 25, 2018 at 9:10 am

there is pool parties in Morjim resort in morjim Goa, its day party and I just love it … next party will be around 28 December … must go for day pool party …

the location is near papa jolly’s morjim

Shanam Chadha May 19, 2019 at 4:04 am

Sorry couldn’t read clearly earlier
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Abu Malik November 29, 2019 at 12:59 pm

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[…] Goa has the best nightlife, restaurants and markets and a bigger range of accommodation, entertainment, shopping and eating […]

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[…] Goa has the best nightlife, restaurants and markets and a bigger range of accommodation, entertainment, shopping and […]

Divyanshu December 22, 2021 at 7:46 am

there is pool parties in Morjim resort in morjim Goa, its day party and I just love it … next party will be around 28 December … must go for day pool party …

The Ultimate Guide to Yoga Teacher Training in Goa, India for 2023  - Global Gallivanting Travel Blog November 9, 2022 at 1:36 pm

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[…] In North Goa you’ll find drop in yoga classes and yoga retreats around Mandrem, Arambol and Assagao, near to Anjuna Beach, which are ideal if you want to mix yoga with experiencing the vibrant Goa nightlife. […]


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