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The Goa Collective Bazaar

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The Goa Collective Bazaar

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House number 630 Hilltop Vagator Bardez, Goa, Vagator 403509 India
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This tour is designed for travelers visiting Goa for the first time, explore the best of Goa's attractions, churches, temples, beaches, forts, old town, culture &amp; history. This tour is wallet-friendly and has been crafted for travelers traveling on a budget and want to save more for enjoying nightlife.<br><br>the offer includes Two-way private airport transfers, North Goa &amp; South Goa city tour on shared (group tour). The tour requires minimum of 3 nights of stay in Goa in North Goa areas - Calangute/Baga/Candolim. However, this is a flexible tour, the guest can choose any tours as per your itinerary.
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HIMANSHU wrote a review Feb 2021
1 contribution3 helpful votes
Wish there is an option to rate lower than terrible. I visited the place with my wife and unfortunately we did not travel by car as I hired an Avenger. We were out all day shopping and we were leaving next day for Udupi, so we had some liquor with us. Outside drinks aren't allowed there so we weren't allowed inside. That is fine, we like to go with the rules too, however, we requested them to arrange a safe place to keep the liquor bottles (coz they are quite expensive) and we stayed at Mandrem which is far from vagator(not an option to keep and come back) and the staff at the entry started teasing us saying "Yeah, keep us, but we might drink it all and we won't be responsible if you lose your liquor". Next option they gave was to Tip Rs. 500 to parking guy and keep liquor with him. They stamped our hand first and then checked the bag. We asked to give us our ticket back, they refused it very rudely. I talked at the ticket counter, he said our hands are stamped so he cannot refund. We weren't let in even after paying for the ticket but that didn't bother us, what bothered was the behaviour of staff there (calling them extremely rude would be an understatement). Also some russian guy came in while we were arguing about options and he had drinks in his bag, we asked him why he allowed him, he said that guy is "regular" here. So I guess you have different rules for tourists like us. We left at the end without going inside bazaar, disappointed. As I said we are fine to go with rules but if they don't let us in, they should have atleast refunded our money back. I never thought such big organizers would be hungry for 200 bucks.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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RITA S wrote a review Feb 2021
New Delhi, India3 contributions
My first visit to the Goa Collective Bazar after covid. The place was wonderful and the clothes , house ware , Knick knacks all at one place that too of best quality including the food stalls , was the most enjoyable evening
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Date of experience: February 2021
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anitaboo1979 wrote a review Feb 2020
Bogmalo, India72 contributions57 helpful votes
My first trip today and I'm a huge fan of the Saturday Night Market... but this tops that by a long way. No rubbish stalls selling tat, no hard sell, just incredible home made stuff in the main, great people, good crowd and rs100 entry very well spent. I loved everything and the food... wow!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Manisha Bomzan wrote a review Feb 2020
19 contributions7 helpful votes
Very lively, very vibrant and amazing ambience. Every year me and my husband visit Goa in the month of February. This concept of unity with diversity is amazing 🤩 We relish the different cuisines, enjoy the live music. I would recommend The Goa Collective Bazaar to all travellers from across the globe; shop, eat and enjoy music. Do visit “Glitters” by Sabeena Williams. She’s a magician with beautiful colours and in no time well glitty glitty glitter you 😊 with beautiful combinations We’ll be back soon 🤩
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ad1e69 wrote a review Feb 2020
Bracknell, United Kingdom407 contributions123 helpful votes
This is currently easily the best market in Goa. It cuts out the crap stuff & the crowds all the good quality Goa craft stalls have moved from indigos Saturday night market to here. Such a great venue at tree top club with all the great decor, lovely friendly stall holders, bars, live bands & then u go through a arch into the food arena with about 30 local food outlets & a little rave disco going on - this market is also so clean & fresh absolutely loved it throughly recommend a visit - no riff raff or crowds as they charge 100 rupes to enter but well worth it. RIP Saturday night market.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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