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Anjuna Travel Guide

Anjuna Travel Guide

The small village of Anjuna is located in the north of the Indian State of Goa, on the coast of the Arabian Sea; the village lies 8 km from Mapusa and 18 km from Panjim the capital of the Indian State of Goa.

The village of Anjuna is very famous by its beach; in 5 square kilometer has a beautiful beach, the beach of Anjuna is known by his palm trees, soft sands and naturally beauty, it also is called as the mother of all beaches in Goa, and in the east of the beach is a beautiful mountain.

The beach was discovered by a group of hippies around 1950s to mid 1960s, since then, the beach became famous by its Trance Parties and Hippies who tried to synthesize the spiritual tradition of the east and the art, and its Wednesday flea market. For these things the village is known how “freak capital of the world”.

The Wednesday flea marked is opened between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m., the flea market is a riot of colors,there arrive many vehicles of tourist, shoppers find there all types of souvenirs like blends of Tibetan, Kashmiri, Gujarati trinkets and handicrafts, T-shirt, cassettes, European snacks and artificial ornaments carvings. And you can get photography with a fake sadhu or a fake snake, or an elephant ride.

Nightlife in Anjuna is a memorable experience; the most popular nightclub of ga is Paradiso, there you can pass a good night with excellent music and ambience, but they try to charge some people with entrance fee from Rs 200 to Rs 500 or more, but it is a safe place, and is easy to get a taxi. Outdoors parties are very popular too, but authorities discouraged theses, and if one of these parties is begun the police stopped this, but if you find one don’t doubt of share.

The climate in Anjuna is consitent, the temperature average during the summers ranges between 24ºC and 32.7ºC, and in winters are in ranges between 21.3ºC to 32.2ºC, in general the temperature is warm and some times hot. However the best time to visit Anjuna is from November to February, December and January are little cold, and in April and May are warm, and from June to October bring the heavy monsoon.

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