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Welcome to Baga

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You're Going to Love Baga

Baga has, for a long time, been a tourist favorite and for good reason. If you like action, company, and fun, then this will be a haven for you. The beautiful coastline features a long stretch of sandy beach filled with the color of the local culture. Whether you are looking to fine dine, flex your muscles with water sports, or party all night long, Baga has everything you need.

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What to do in Baga

When to Visit Baga

Summer is the less touristy period, which means prices also come down significantly. The temperatures in summer range between 99 degrees through the day and under 65 degrees at night. June through September is monsoon season, with the city being mostly wet and tepid. At this time, beach huts are closed, but most nightspots remain operational. Tourists start flocking here in late October, and it slows down around March.

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Where to Stay in Baga

There is no shortage of hotels in Baga, from high-end luxury resorts to traditional beach huts with the basic amenities and backpacker hostels with sociable and fun crowds. One of the best for backpackers is Hotel Bonanza with two restaurants and a bar. Mid-range hotels include the Fatima Guest House and Eros Boutique Hotel, while luxury hotels include Fiesta Beach Resort and Acron Waterfront Resort. Finding accommodation along the waterfront is your best bet - you'll be a stone's throw from the beach and be well connected to shops and restaurants.

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The Cost of Living in Baga

Shopping

Baga Beach Market located on Baga Beach is popular as a souvenir market, with stalls selling seashell trinkets, leather, and clay items. Additionally, on Baga Road is the Tibetan Market where you will find items like carpets and textiles. For clothes shopping, the liveliest market is the Anjuna Flea Market, north of Baga, which also offers spices and handicrafts made by locals. A pair of jeans from labels such as Levi's costs above Rs. 2,000 rupees and a summer dress from a chain store like Zara will set you back around Rs. 1,600. Another popular market is located in the Calangute Market Square.

Supermarkets and Food Stores

The cost of living varies depending on the season, as prices are usually higher when there are more tourists. A quart of milk costs around Rs. 43 rupees and a bag of rice costs Rs. 48. The best place for grocery shopping is Mackie's Nite Bazaar, with multiple stalls stocking different items.

Where to Eat in Baga

For breakfast, head over to either Cherry Olive, one of the most popular eateries, or Nick's Place. Meals for two cost around Rs. 600 to Rs. 800. Lunch at beach shacks such as Shining Star and Cliff's will set you back around Rs. 700 rupees for two people. For supper, Relish is popular for Chinese, Indian, and seafood.

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