is a small village in North of Goa and Anjuna Beach is located about 18 km
away from Panaji the capital of Goa. Popularly know as the Freak capital of
the World, Anjuna Beach in Goa is one of the most crowded beaches of Goa.
Goa Anjuna beIt claimed popularity for its Trance Parties and the Hippies
who tried to synthesize the spiritual traditions of the East and the art,
ideas and the music of the West. Sometime in the late 1950s to mid-1960s,
the area was "discovered" by a group of travelers, including "Eight
Finger Eddie," and a small international psychedelic scene began to
meet there to party during the dry season. Ever since then, Anjuna beach Goa
has become just the right place for lazing holidaymakers. - Anjuna Beach Tour
Mascarenhas Mansion : Mascarenhas Mansion located near the Anjuna Beach is a proud monument with rich and classic balconies. The L-shaped seat along the length of the porch is of expensive wood. It has some of the finest stained glass floral etchings. - Anjuna Beach Tour
Wednesday Flea Market : Wednesday Flea Market Every Wednesday, at around 11 a.m., Anjuna breaks into a riot of colours. Tourists in large number starts pouring into the beach for their best buys. You can find every thing of your choice, from a used paperback to a haircut. The flea market at Anjuna is a heaven for hardcore shoppers and good bargainers, to bid on wonderful blends of Tibetan, Kashmiri and Gujarati trinkets and handicrafts, European snacks, cassettes of a noisy brand of music called 'Goa Trance', artificial ornaments carvings and T-shirts. And, if you are interested in an elephant ride then you can try it out here. - Anjuna Beach Tour
The Acid House Party : Anjuna is also known for its full-moon (acid house) parties. Held for and by young tourists, these parties attracts thousands of tourists from all around. The trance party with dance, frolic, and merriment goes all night besides the fire.
Anjuna Beach - Excursions : Close to the Anjuna are the Chapora Fort and the Albuquerque Mansion. To the east is a mountain. Visiting them are worthwhile.