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In Goa, the day isn’t lost with sundown – actually it begins to get better and better. Swearing by the motto "Work for today, plan for tomorrow, party tonight," Here are the top Goan nightspots where you can shake a leg and let your hair down:

Party Zone

Reputed to be the first disco in South Goa, Party Zone at the Holiday Inn Resort has maintained the lead. Open thrice a week (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) 10 pm onwards; the teenage young crowd frequents it more, especially on Saturdays. The DJ swears by pop reggae and techno hip-hop, though themes from ’70s and ’80s do figure occasionally.
What it lacks in space – a maximum of 100 people can squeeze in at a time – Party Zone makes up in punch, being one of the most popular hangouts in South Goa. Designed a little differently with fun-loving traffic symbols all over, it has a well-stocked bar to keep you charged. A secluded outdoor seating area has been provided for those wanting to catch some air and dig into snacks. The best night to be around is, of course, on Saturdays.
Details: There is an entry charge of Rs. 150 per couple.
Place: Holiday Inn Resort, Mobor, Cavelossim



Aqua at The Leela is a mix of entertainment lounge, casino gaming machines and discotheque. In the evenings, it is a gathering place with soft lounge music where you can chat others up or watch sport events on a big-size screen. The bar, serviced by waiters, is well stocked. The three semi-private cigar lounges allow you to poison the air in peace.
After 10 pm the place turns into a discotheque with a big dance floor. The crowd is 25 plus age group, with a smattering of hotel guests and walk-ins. Saturday nights are music theme nights while feature events are held once a month with discounts on drinks and some gifts to be won.

Details: Those below 18 aren’t allowed after 8 pm. Monday closed.
Timings - 5 pm to 1 am. There is a Rs 250 cover-charge adjusted against drinks.
Place: The Leela Palace, Cavelossim and Mobor. 


Adega Camoens is the lobby bar with discotheque at Taj Exotica. It has a mix of solo bands, dance performers and five-piece bands belting out foot-tapping rhythms, while a lady disc jockey charms the bar with her own blend of music. The framed black-and-white photos of the Hollywood stars from the ‘60s form the backdrop to Hollywood theme nights on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. During the day, the music remains light but turns livelier evening onwards. There is a live band on weekdays, while the disco comes on its own on Saturday nights.

In a take from the lifestyle of the ‘60s, a giant cigar humidor welcomes you as you walk in. A secluded and quiet cigar corner takes care of those wanting to puff on their cheroot in peace. Try out some of their exquisite cocktails made from the local liquor called Feni.
Details: Happy hours - 7 pm to 8 pm with 50 percent off on drinks.
Timings - 12 noon to midnight. Disco on Saturday nights only.
Place: Taj Exotica, Calwaddo and Benaulim.


This casino-cum-disco at Majorda has a slew of slot machines like Russian Roulette, Black Jack, Caribbean Gold and Pearls, not to mention a pool table. The whole setup has been designed as a pirate ship with a rustic ambience and life-size statues of pirates greet you as you enter. Replicas of ancient muskets and guns hang on the walls above gunpowder barrels. The bar serves up exotic cocktails. The dance floor attracts a mixed crowd. This must be the only disco in Goa from where you can send an email.
Details: Casino open 12 pm onwards.
Disco after 8 pm. All days a week. No entry charge.
Place: Majorda Beach Resort, Majorda.


Avloc at Colva, well known in party circles, is billed as "a place where people hang out with their friends or just chill out after a hard day at work or simply a place where you can just can let yourself break free." It has theme nights every day of the week except Monday – jazz (Tuesday), Disco (Wednesday), oldies and classics (Thursday), rock (Friday), disco (Saturday) and world music (Sunday). A cocktail bar and sizzlers keep you occupied when not dancing while a big screen allows you to see football or cricket matches. DJs from Goa, Mumbai and even Europe frequent the disco.
Details: Monday off.
Timings: 8 pm - 2 am (weekdays) and 8 pm - 4am (weekends).

Club Cabana

Located at Arpora, 3 kms from Calangute market off the Anjuna road, Club Cabana is on a hilltop overlooking the entire Calangute stretch, with a nice view of the sea as an added bonus. The enthusiastic owners-cum-hosts – the Shahs, who stay right next to the club – are up and about to ensure a warm welcome to the guests.
The club has outdoor and indoor areas spread over various floors, which also means that you can have a private party if you wish. The huge structure, complete with a swimming pool, accommodates an awesome 1,500 people. Club Cabana’s theme nites are noted for fun costumes and background decor – farmer’s night and prisoners’ night being the most popular. There is a bar and tandoor (barbeque) too for you to have your fill.
Details: Entrance limited to couples.
The place comes on its own after 10pm and is up till the last guest leaves – which mean that sometimes they are open till breakfast. No entrance fee, but entry gets restricted once it gets too crowded.
Place: Arpora, near Marinha Dourado hotel.

Club Tito’s

In Baga, Tito’s really doesn’t need an introduction – the place is always chock a bloc with party-poopers. One of the first discos in Goa, it is right on the beach and is a popular watering hole for the tourists and Goans alike. Adding to the punch is a good bar and a restaurant. They have revamped the whole place this season and have theme nights every day of the week.
Details: The discotheque is open from about 9.30 pm to 3.30 am all days.
Entrance charges around Rs 250 per couple.
Place: Baga

This is the new kid on the block – a nightclub that may have opened on the premises of the Taj Holiday Village, Sinquerim, by the time you read this. It will be more of a pub and lounge area with a small dance floor. The decor in wood and metal is contemporary with low seating sofas. It will feature music theme nites, focusing on a particular artist or band. The pub will promote the local brew Feni in special cocktails that will be served in mud pots. No entrance will be charged.
Details: It will open every evening from 5 pm onwards
Place: Taj Holiday Village, Sinquerim

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