Vagator Travel Guide

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Vagator Beach is located in North Goa. This beach is divided into 2 sides, Vagator and little Vagator. It is famous for the rock carvings on the little Vagotor side and the Fort on the Vagator side. Once on top of the Fort you can get a birds eye view of the adjoining beaches. Little Vagotor side of the beach is a rocky beach and one has to be careful while swimming. This beach is much quieter compared to the other side. This beach is visited by both local and foreign travelers. this beach is a bit relaxed and not much nightlife here. There are lots of options available for accommodation, along the beach and road. Mapusa is the closet City and there is a very good network of buses through and fro. There are also options available for renting a 2 or 4 wheeler or hiring a Taxi. Usually renting a 2 wheeler is the cheapest and best option, if you know how to ride!

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