Nazri Resort is in two acres of tropical gardens, so even though you’re in the heart of Baga, you feel secluded. Lounge by the pool for gorgeous views across the greenery and the salt lakes, a haven for birdlife.
A sun terrace with loungers and parasols frame the hotel, and, inside, you’ll discover a restaurant that specialises in Goan and continental cuisine.
There’s a relaxing feeling here, which is emphasised by the list of low-key activities. Table tennis and darts are both on the menu, so you’ll still find plenty to keep you entertained.
Overview of Baga Beach
On a holiday to Goa, you’ll immerse yourself in a rich mix of Indian and Portuguese cultures. In Goa, East meets West, and during a stay at the Nazri Resort, you’ll find a fusion of European and Indian architecture. This eclectic blend is charming and captivating in equal measure.
Goa’s the smallest state in India, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to get out and explore — whether you’re after sunbathing or paragliding. The beaches steal the show here, with divine sands, plenty of water sports and authentic shacks selling traditional cuisine. In the evening, they come alive as party destinations.
Things to do in Goa
The Nazri Resort is in lush gardens in the heart of Baga. You just have to step beyond the hotel’s stunning grounds, and you’ll have bars and restaurants a stone’s throw away. Plus, if you’re looking for a day on the coast, the beach is only five minutes away.
Baga Beach is the most popular beach in Goa, and it’s just 500 metres from the hotel. Here you can paraglide, snorkel and jet ski. As the beach shares its shores with Calangute and Candolim, you’ll discover eight kilometres of glorious sands.
Elsewhere, you can get out and explore the fusion of culture and cuisines Goa has to offer. Here, curries and Indian spices meet Portuguese vegetables and peri-peri chillies. To make your favourites back home, head to the local markets to stock up. The Saturday night market in Arpora is a great shopping destination, with dining and nightlife spots all in one.
If you’re looking for a fun-filled break in India, then Goa is the place to be. Here you’ll discover such an intoxicating mix of cultures that you’ll want to return to time and time again.