Vagator can be considered as one of the most picturesque settings in North Goa coast with red stone cliffs, thick palm groves, and 17th century dilapidated Portuguese fort. Vagator is 42 km away from Dabolim Airport and 53 km away from Madgaon Railway Station. Finding accommodation in and around Vagator isn’t an issue with a number of guest houses and budget hotels that provide basic rooms at rather reasonable rates. In addition to this, there are a number of 2-star and 3-star hotels in Vagator that promise decent rooms and amenities while going easy on the pocket. However, if quality accommodation is your top priority, book a Treebo hotel in Vagator, Goa. What’s better, Treebo Hotels near Vagator offer rooms that are economically priced. Vagator beach is near to Chapora fort and you can easily trek to the fort to enjoy some time in isolation. Other than that, you can also be a part of the nightlife and enjoy a nice drink and local as well as international cuisines at places like Waters Beach Lounge and Grill, Woo Bar, Chronicle and so on. You can also buy small trinkets and souvenirs from the roadside shops or visit the Anjuna wednesday night market to buy gifts. Popular Treebo in Vagator area - Treebo Vila De Goa.
I want to try out restaurants in Vagator that specialize in different cuisines. Can you suggest a few?
Asked by Shree, 14-02-2018
When you're in Vagator, Thalassa (Greek cuisine), Antares (Australian cuisine), Mango Tree Bar & Cafe (Multi-cuisine), Bluebird (Goan cuisine), and Yangkhor Moonlight (Tibetan cuisine) are the restaurants that we recommend you to try out.
Response by Treebo Goa Team, 14-02-2018
Suggest some tourist spots in Vagator where we'll be staying for a week.
Asked by Mukesh, 08-02-2018
Chapora Fort (and Beach), Splashdown Waterpark, Anjuna Beach (and Market), Sunset Point, St. Anthony's Church and Coach Park are the places in/around Vagator, that we'd recommend you to pay a visit to.
Response by Treebo Goa Team, 10-02-2018