Through its luminous painted palm trees and full moon parties, Anjuna Beach, 8-km west of Mapusa, is one of the mainly well-liked beaches of Goa. Most people's reasons for coming to Anjuna are the related as they were in the 1970s: dancing and lying on the beach slurping tropical fruit. Even as browsing in the area have a day trip to the famous flea market of Anjuna, a main shopping hangout, beside the beach.
Anjuna attract a variety of visitor touring Goa, and the crowd contain from the happy go lucky kinds to over Landers, monks, defiant ex-hippies, gentle lunatics, artists, artisans, seers, searchers etc. Still those particular kinds of tourists, who prefer to travel inside the limit of their tour itinerary, cannot resist visiting this charming beach site.
The visitor season in Anjuna starts in early November, while most of the long staying regulars prove up. Throughout the Christmas and New Year rush, the village and beach site is busy with a mixed crowd of surrounding the world backpackers and tourists from all over India, attracted by the promise of the big beach parties.
In off-season though, Anjuna has a surprisingly simple unhurried atmosphere. Visitors can also opt to stay at the huge package tour hotels and beach resorts that have appeared over the past connect of years near the Anjuna beach site.
Eating Out Places at Anjuna
Together the beachfront and village at Anjuna are flooded with fine places to eat and drink. Most are easy semi open-air, thatched palm leaf affairs, specializing in fish and western food. Every one serves cold beer, regularly with thumping techno music in the background. On the beach, tourists can get fresh fruits, including watermelons, pineapples and locally grown coconuts from the local vendors.