Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together – Vincent Van Gogh

Homestay in Goa

Goa has become an ‘all year’ holiday destination. Be it rain or warm sunshine, it is still a pleasure to ride around or just bask on the beach and relax.

And because Goa is home for me, it comes with dual benefits. An opportunity to catch up with family, and also rest my sore eyes and raw nerves.

Millions of Indians and foreigners feel the same, and if you plan to head down to Goa for a day or two, here is a place you can stay at, other than in a hotel.

My husband and I have put up our 2 bedroom flat, located in a housing complex of Mapusa, up AirBnb. – here is the link to our place – https://www.airbnb.co.in/rooms/7644780

You can also like our page on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/goaallyear

To book my place you can email me at lilliandcosta [at] gmail.com

Our Apartment in Mapusa is

  • 16 kms from Panjim (30 mins drive)
  • 47 kms from Margao (1 hr drive)
  • 38 kms from Vasco (49 mins drive)
  • 9 Kms from Anjuna (18 mins drive)
  • 10 kms from Calangute (20 mins drive)
  • 13 kms from Morjim (23 mins drive)

Staying at a home rather than in hotel in Goa offers you an opportunity to experience a different slice of Goa. A more unvarnished, domestic experience.

If you are holidaying in Goa for the first time, I could advise you on places to stay, foods to eat and means of transport.

A homestay can also be fairly cost-effective and lets you spend more shopping and eating, rather than on your accommodation.

A few pictures of our Homestay in Mapusa 

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