Without a beach, a starry-eyed photoshoot in Goa is incomplete. Getting those calm blue waters as a background for pictures is truly magical. A very candid and clear setting. It’s no wonder that this idyllic beach destination has so many great locations to choose from. So go ahead, find the ideal lighting, and pose away on Goa’s gorgeous beaches.
A photoshoot in Goa costs between ₹4000($50) for 1-hour with 15 edited shots to ₹10,000($135) for 3-hours with 50 edited shots.
To experience the beautiful Goan sunsets, explore the Grande Islands, Suzy’s Mess, and Bat Island.
Cola Beach and Blue Lagoon
This beautiful beach and lagoon are some of the few untouched spots in Goa. As is evident from the pictures below, the landscape reminds one of Bali.
Address: Cola Beach Road, Canacona, Goa 403702
The ruins of the Chapora fort have been the location for the epic scene from a famous Bollywood movie- Dil Chahta Hai. The Chapora fort parapet offers a majestic view of the Vagator coastline. The sunsets here are especially beautiful. Shadow photographs clicked here look stunning.
Cabo de Rama Fort
This is another fort in Cancun South Goa. An extended photoshoot can be arranged here, as it is seldom crowded. It again offers a stunning view of the Goan coast.
Address: Taluka Cabo da Rama, Canacona, Goa 403702
Hotels near Cabo de Rama Fort(In case you get hungry):
- (1.33 km) The Cape Goa
- (0.07 km) Fisherman’s Bungalows
- (0.12 km) Clesters Nest
- (1.02 km) Red Crab Eco Resort
- (5.67 km) Little Cove Yoga Holiday Retreat
At Chorao Mangroves
Mangrove vegetation protects the riverbanks surrounding the Mandovi. These are perfect places in Goa for unique photography. And it isn’t just the fantastic pictures either. The habitats of mangroves are among the most active known to us. They act as a sanctuary and breeding ground for a number of fish and insects at the bottom of the food chain.
The vegetation is known as “Mangrove Scrub” can be found in small isolated areas along the banks of the Mandovi and Mapusa rivers, as well as along the Cumbarjua canal.
For photography in Goa, the brightly colored streets of Panjim are the ideal scene. Fontainhas is Goa’s ancient Latin Quarter, located close to but separate from the hustle and bustle of Panjim city. Fontainhas provides a strong Portuguese vibe, flanked by houses painted in blue, yellow and so many more colors.
For its serene atmosphere and elegance, Vagator Beach is renowned. It is gentle and soothing, ideal for taking a leisurely walk and enjoying the beauty of nature. The Chapora fort in the background is ideal for a few quick rustic snaps.
Anjuna Beach is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, rare rock formations, trance music, and full moon beach parties.
Arambol Beach is a popular family-friendly destination and is renowned for its serene and peaceful atmosphere. This is one of the hidden gems of Goa and peaceful even in peak season.
Because of the peaceful combination of city life and sunshine, the Mandovi River is, of course, the unspoiled alternative for a photoshoot in Goa. One could also go to Goa to get a personalized yacht or pursue a houseboat tour for some offbeat shots. For modern-day pre-wedding shoots in Goa, wonderfully handmade houseboats are a unique option.
Along its eastern borders, Goa has an enormous forest cover. This forest canopy makes a beautiful backdrop for photographs.
Sun-kissed beaches, exciting water sports, seafood shacks, generations monuments, stunning Portuguese architecture, marvelously designed old churches and churches, lively pawn shops, serene beautiful beaches and sunrises, and vibrant seaside clubs make Goa an Instagram-worthy destination. In reality, when captured on film, any location in Goa can make a powerful claim.