The Village of Anjuna settles between the Arabian Sea & the Hill sitting above the beach. The beach is famous for its vast natural beauty with influencing palms trees, & delicate white sands. Therefore, The beach is set apart by an unordinary rough arrangement overlying a lake of white sand & dark shake that sticks out into the Sea. This region was called as the “Ozran” & also known as the jewel of Anjuna.
Anjuna beach is most famous for the beach parties. Anjuna Beach is also a perfect spot for full-moon parties held mainly among Christmas & New Year. Travelers love getting a charge out of the happy environment of the bright full-moon doing magic & the delicate, cold waves kissing their feet. Situated around 18 km from Panaji & arrange in Bardez taluka, This Beach is the part of a 32 km increased beach outline on the west bank of Goa by the Arabian ocean.
Anjuna beach is near the Chapora fort. The “Albuquerque chateau” found close-by is one of the touring highlights of this beach. At the north of the Anjuna, is its acclaimed big market, hung on Wednesdays, where small restaurants, bars, & Kashmiri painstaking work slows down are lined. This region offers pleasurable shopping background with quality items at sensible prices.
Best time to visit Anjuna Beach
Best Time to visit Anjuna Beach is November till March. Among the X-mas & New Year rush, the area is crowded with a vast number of visitors from all over India & the world welcome into appreciating the colorful beach parties.
How to Reach Anjuna Beach
By Air: The closest Airport is Dabolim, around 28 km far from Panaji and around 49 km from Anjuna.
By Rail: The nearest railhead is at Karmali, approx 12 km from Panaji and around 28 km from Anjuna.
By Street: There are transports each hour to Anjuna from Mapusa. For travelers touching base from Mumbai, Mapusa is the get off point for the northern beaches. Bicycles can also hire that ranges from Rs 250 to Rs 400 per day.