Solo Travel Diaries: Here’s How I Explored The Hidden Gems Of Goa

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Travelling is important. When you travel, you see a different place, your environment changes, your horizons widen, you experience what life truly has to offer and with more concrete experiences, you become more aware of your surroundings and hence, are better version of yourself. Also, we forgot to mention, travelling solo is even better.

When your mind says solo, but your heart says soul, you end up taking a trip to Goa.

Goa plays the perfect host when it comes to soul tripping. From white sand beaches to floaty palm trees, calming sunsets to the soothing winds, refreshing coconuts to chilled beers, Goa has a soulful vibe in each. A vibe which is unmatched and takes you to a different world.

To get the perfect soulful vibe, I went on a solo trip to Goa only to find what sages and mystics call inner peace. Accompanying him was no one except the OPPO F3 to best capture the majestic landscapes in Goa.

First up is the breathtaking view of Vagator Beachimage8-1495009283

This one is from the famous Chapora Fort, situated just a few kilometers from the actual Vagator beach. The fort is famous for being in the hit Bollywood film, ‘Dil Chahta Hai’. Thanks to OPPO F3’s group selfie mode which gives a wide angle view, the entire beach stretch is being captured.image1-1495009059

While at it, Vagator Beach is itself a treat but the views of the beach are best experienced from this fort, located on a hilltop.image2-1495009089

My second stop came about in Panjim while taking the city tour. I managed to get an amazing shot of the famous “Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church”.image3-1495009138

The church, built some 400 years ago, still has the same aesthetic value and visuals.image4-option1-1495009172

While in the city, the third stop had to be made at the iconic Portuguese structures all around Panjim.

The architectural design of buildings around Panjim is definitely a must visit. The colours, detailing on the structures and the building design itself is a treat for a person who has an eye for architecture.image5-1495009199

When you head to Goa, the scenes are best viewed while driving a scooter and definitely not the same in a car. And I gladly obliged.

The breeze in your face, music in your ears and cruising amidst the palm trees, one of best drives you can ever experience. Totally worth it.image6-1495009229

A Goa trip isn’t complete without a visit to the famous Tito’s Lane which houses the coolest and hippest clubs in town.

Club Tito’s and Cafe Mambo’s are located right on Baga Beach. Make sure to visit them both on your next trip.

South of Goa is all about resorts and private beaches. While at the resort, there is nothing better than taking a dip in the pool, relax and enjoy the life you are experiencing.image7-1495009254

Goa, being in the southern part of our country, is known for its magnificent sunsets. And here are some of the best ones taken on our OPPO F3.image8-1495009283

Sunsets in Goa are absolute bliss. The calmness, peace and the serenity are like a dream come true.image9-1495009304

Well, my solo trip was a delight, thanks to the Selfie Expert OPPO F3 and its dual front camera- “one for selfie, one for group selfie”. Its 16 MP selfie camera is so crystal clear that it captures my traveller face and the landscapes at its best. Its group selfie camera allows me to capture my moments with a wider and full background showing the meticulous scenery. It truly has been the best travel buddy one can have!image11-1495009374

So guys, are you planning on heading to Goa anytime soon? Well, don’t forget to carry your personal selfie buddy along! You won’t regret it.

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