10 K.M west of Mapusa is Baga is an extension of Calangute beach , It is difficult to identify where Calangute ends and Baga begins. Lying in the lee of a rocky, wooded headland, the difference between the two is that the scenery at Baga is marginally more varied and picturesque. A small river flows in the sea at the top of the village. Most of the tourist activities concentrate around the sandy square and the bus park close to the river mouth, below a broad spur of white sand.
Sea Condition – November to March
Morning : Calm
Post Afternoon : Slight
Sea Condition – April to October
Morning : Slight
Post Afternoon: Rough to Very Rough
Lifeguard Beach Station
Lifeguard Station located on the left side of the Baga Beach main entrance opposite to Britto’s restaurant.
7:30 am to Sunset
Beach Popular For
The Baga beach is more of a fishing beach with all the tourists trying to get that big catch. The trek on the green Baga-Anjuna Hill is a must.
Baga's nightlife is the liveliest in the area and is the perfect blend of Goan and the Wester culture.
The comparatively newer Saturday flea market of Baga Goa, is a huge success with brightly lit up with lights and paraffin lamps occasion that lasts through the night.
Backwater crocodile and dolphin spotting down the Mandovi River to the Zuari River is a favourite pastime for the travellers.
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