About Water Sports: 

In addition to offering perfect peace, Candolim Beach also offers Parasailing, jet skiing, banana rides, speed boat rides, and bumper rides. These are just a few of the thrilling things you can enjoy with your pals at Candolim Beach. 

The best time to visit Goa and enjoy the thrill is December and January when the season is at its peak.  You can enjoy water sports at all beaches but Candolim Beach stands out among all the beaches of Goa. The crowd and variety of things to do here are unmatchable. 

Before beginning any water sport, there is a briefing session that is followed by a 5- to a 7-minute waiting period.

You will have a qualified trainer who will look out for your safety, and safety equipment will be available to you.

Enjoy the breathtaking beachfront panoramic view while being caressed by the sea breeze.



  • Unwind at Candolim Beach, one of Goa's longest beaches with breathtaking views of the Arabian Sea.

  • Engage in thrilling parasailing.

  • Try your hand at a variety of water sports, including, banana rides, speed boat rides, bumper rides, and jet skis.

  • One of the finest beaches of Goa. It is surrounded by shacks, bars, and shops. 

  • If you want to fully experience Goa, Candolim Beach is one of the best spots to visit. 

  • It is one of the three Goan beaches—Baga, Calangute, and Candolim—where all the hot parties are held.


Overview :

Activity Location: Candolim Beach, North Goa

Activity Time: Between 10 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Activity Duration: It all depends on what package you choose. Generally it 1-2 hrs activity

Age Limit: 12 years and above.


How to reach: 

The Candolim beach, the state's longest beach, is located in North Goa at a distance of 15 kilometers from Panjim and is easily reachable by both private and public transportation.

The distance between Panji and Candolim Beach is around 12.6 kilometers, and the travel time is approximately 35–40 minutes.

Bus: It takes a half-hour to get to Candolim Beach by bus from Panji. Other transportation options include using your car(rented)or even a taxi. 

You can also look for cruises from Panji (if available)

Air: You can book a taxi at the Goa International Airport and travel approximately 30 minutes to Panji. From there take a means of public transport. You may head directly to Candolim from the airport via a taxi/rented car.


1 Hour Available on request
Things to Carry
Things to Carry
  • Sun Caps

  • Day pack upto 30 liters

  • Water bottle and snacks

  • Extra pair of socks

  • Floater or slippers

  • Swimwear

  • Walking shoes

  • Mobile cover

  • GoPro with floating and hand strap stick, if available

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Best time for water sports in Goa?

A. The best time for water sports in Goa is between June and September, when rainfall is common. This allows for the most enjoyable and safe experience while engaging in water sports activities.


Q. Why is Candolim Beach famous?

A. Candolim Beach in Goa is a popular place to go to the beach because of its white sand, clear blue water, and beautiful views. It is on the Arabian Sea, and the beach is popular with tourists because there are so many things to do there, like water sports, fishing, boat rides, and staying at a luxury resort. Also, the famous Aguada Fort and a few other interesting places are close to the beach, which makes it a popular place for tourists.


Q. Is Candolim Beach safe for swimming?

A. Yes, Candolim Beach is safe for swimming.

Goa's Candolim Beach is a swim-friendly beach with shallow water. Additionally, it is among Goa's longest beaches. However, it is always recommended to be cautious when swimming in any body of water.


Q. Is the beach at Candolim safe at night?

A. In Candolim, the night is typically safe, just like the day; however, it is best to travel in a vehicle or not be alone if you are traveling along particularly long, dark lanes.


Q. Candolim Beach is in which part of Goa?

A. North Goa
Located in the north-west region of the Indian state of Goa, in the Bardez taluka, is the census town of Candolim. It lies to the north of Sinquerim and to the south of Calangute Beach.