Nightclubs In Goa

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Goa is the perfect place where you will find a blend of traditional and modern aspects of life. On one hand, you have plush beaches, and on the other hand, you have the most natural landscapes that make you wonder if time ever touched this place. Goa is the perfect place to go on a sightseeing tour. These tours will truly show you an entirely new side of Goa that is sure to take you by surprise. The waterfalls, the forests, the spice farms, all are unique in their own way and are a must-visit on your tour to Goa in India. Check our related sections for further information.

Nightclubs In Goa

This one is more than a conventional market. Arpora night market will enchant you with its lively open-air ambience laden with goods and food stalls in abundance. There are more cocktails and DJs! Also known as the Saturday night market, it is the largest shopping and entertainment event that best accentuates the unique and entertaining culture of Goa. The Arpora night market is available only during the peak tourist season. This one should certainly be on your list of places to visit in Goa.

Located on the waterfront, Love, Passion, and Karma is one of the finest clubs in Goa. All three words in the name aptly accentuate its structure and ambience.

stylish nightclub & lounge resort, with an outdoor bar, private poolside cabanas and resident DJs – a composition that lives up to the name, SinQ. It’s one of the most elite clubs in Goa.

Leopard Valley is a high-octane nightclub and party venue, and one of the biggest open-air arenas in the country. It is one of the rare clubs in South Goa and has become a niche since its inception.

You will love Cohiba for its good food, perfect ambience, and very hospitable staff. You’ll get those good vibes from the moment you step in.

This club is not too far away from the Saturday night market. Its multi-tiered dance floors and perfect set of ambiences have earned it the moniker "The Nightclub in the Sky." The DJs will blow you away with their music, and you just won’t be able to resist stepping on the gas. If you're in Goa with a group of friends, Club Cubana is the place to be. It is one of the best places to visit in Goa for party animals.

This energetic nightclub is well-known for hosting international DJs and other masses of live entertainment performers.

If you want to enjoy some memorable time with your family by the beach, Boomerang is a high recommendation. The staff is friendly, food is excellent, and a very of cocktails set the perfect summer mood.

Lively cocktail bar, nightclub and party venue with entrance lit up in neon.

Goa has always been popular for its nightlife, and Tito’s is one of the best nightclubs in Goa. It was also one of the first discotheques in Goa. Located off the main road, towards Baga beach, Tito’s consists of 2 levels; a dance floor on level 1, and a second level, from where you can sit and watch over the action below. Saturday nights at Tito’s are all about a pulsating dance floor, electrifying music, and throbbing lights. The food at Tito’s is also quite lip-smacking.

Not in the mood to dance and just want to chill with your friends? The World Famous Decades Bar is the place for you. There are live performances during the week (a couple of days). There are pool tables too.

This one is a multi-storeyed lifestyle venue. It is more than just a nightclub – there are outdoor spaces, a pool and sunbed decks. If you want to add a flavour to your nightlife experience in Goa, this is the place for you.

Kamaki is another happening spot to chill; it's famous as an all-night-long club where partying goes on till the early hours of the morning. In addition to the drinks and snacks on offer, Kamaki houses DJs who play a mix of commercial, trance, and house music.

Situated in Calangute, the park gives you a picture-perfect view of the ocean. There’s a wide variety of food and liquor available here.

This one is the brainchild of none other than DJ Aqeel. The bar has a colour-changing marble top. The best thing about this place is that there is always some offer going on for drinks, and at the same time, they ensure there’s never a dull moment here. The dance floor is big, and there’s some lip-smacking finger food on offer. Thus, Hype is one of the best places to visit in Goa to groove to the best music.

Unlike its literal name, the atmosphere is completely different from a conventional shack you would usually visit. Breaking the convention of loud music, this place offers you the ambience to just chill and lie under the open sky, especially during the night time. To add more spice to your experience, you can easily arrange a barbecue or bonfire for yourself.

Tuesday is a popular night here with Quiz and Bingo. You pay a nominal participation fee, however, and the prize money is big, so just lean back, enjoy your drink and test your luck.

This one is a small nightclub in Vagator, North Goa. The place is popular for its trance and electric music. Primerose Café is a favourite choice among both traditional hippies and fans of modern music culture.

The Raffles have made Candolim all the more famous. While it is all quiet and serene during the daylight, it catches up with its vibrancy as the night approaches. Patrons come in big numbers for a truly memorable nightlife experience in Goa.

Known for being the original headphone party in India, here you enjoy the music on wireless headphones with different channels of each music type, which the DJ plays simultaneously. The entry fee includes the headphones. This one should certainly be on your list of places to visit in Goa if you have a fetish for a different clubbing experience.

This one is located on Baga beach in the same line as Tito’s. The ambience is just perfect for sitting back and having a good time with your peers. While the food is good, what people enjoy more here is the sunset view.

Fasten your seat belts for a crazy night at Club M. This one is a pretty high-end spot. Drinks won’t come cheap, and even the entry fee is a premium. If you want to have a good time in Goa, then Club M should be on your list of places to visit.

This one offers a good viewing spot for patrons where they can see the world go by as they sip on their drinks. The food and alcohol are ridiculously cheap, and the staff are quite friendly.

Club Margarita was the first nightclub in South Goa. The place has now gained immense popularity amongst domestic and international tourists alike, because only here can you dance the entire night. International and Goa DJs perform music here.

"Thalassa" in Greek means "Sea", and rightly so, this taverna offers a breath-taking view of Goa’s Thalassa. Located on the edge of a high cliff, this spot offers beautiful sunset views. It is full of people, mostly during the evenings. You must go there to try some authentic Greek cuisine and enjoy their warm hospitality. One of the best places to visit in Goa to witness the Greek essence is Panjim.

Best Time to Visit Goa
  • The winters are the best time to visit Goa, but it is also when Goa is the most crowded.
  • Summers in Goa are more popular with families with kids. Goa looks beautiful in the monsoon as well, and monsoon tourism is fast catching up with the traveller’s frenzy as well. Though you miss out on some water sports at the beach, which are closed during monsoons, you can indulge in some white water rafting, which runs only during monsoons.
  • Goa continues to remain an eternal favourite with both domestic as well as international travellers because there is no place quite like it in the whole of India. Apart from being a top honeymoon destination, it is also an equally popular family holiday destination. If the sea and sun don’t lure you, you still have enough reasons, listed above, to visit this wonderful place.
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How To Reach Goa

  • Air : The international airport is at Dabolim, at a distance of 29 kms from Panaji
  • Train : The railhead is located at Goa's two railway stations, Madgaon and Vasco da Gama. 
  • Road : Goa is easily accessible from all metros and major cities by road as well.