• things to do in palolem beach
    Goa,  India

    Things to do in Palolem Beach, Goa

    Things to do in Palolem Beach – The hip little town of Palolem sits in the South of Goa, a short sandy bay attracting backpackers, yogis and holiday-makers alike. A lot quieter than some of the popular Goa hotspots, Palolems white sands and chilled out evenings are the perfect place to wind down. Take a look at my favourite places to eat in Palolem, or scroll on to learn more about how to fill your days there … Head to Sundowner Bar for sunset On our first night in Palolem, the locals told us to head to Sundowner Bar for drinks and to watch the sunset. They cited it as,…

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    Goa,  India

    Vegan-friendly restaurants in Palolem

    Vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Palolem are a dime a dozen, most focusing on a more Western palette with sushi bowls, breakfast pancakes, sandwiches and vegan sweet treats. The main strip directly behind the beach has lots of modern cafes and eateries perfect for vegan breakfast, lunch or dinner. I certainly didn’t get to try all of them, but here’s a quick run down of the vegan Palolem hotspots that I did manage to check out. This post was updated in Feb 2022. Zest Temporarily closed (Feb 20220). I’d been following these guys on Instagram for a good couple of months before I arrived in Palolem, so I was already…

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    Goa,  India

    Vagator’s vegan-friendly restaurants

    Goa has a reputation for being really vegan-friendly, however, going vegan in Vagator is still somewhat challenging (due to India’s fondness of egg and gee/butter). With so few blogs touching specifically on vegan-friendly Vagator spots, I’ve pulled together a list of the reliable eateries that I came across during my short time there. Bean me up Bean Me Up is a vegan restaurant and pretty tent accommodation location with canopy gardens and light entertainment. With its lush green plant canopy, spacious wooden tables, lounging chairs and twinkling nighttime fairy lights, expect to pay more than you would for a standard roadside establishment. For backpackers, this jungle paradise is a treat,…