Goa today is an another destination for people around the world for EDM festivals and beach parties often blended with bad press. The place got it as a legacy from hedons and hippies traveled to the place in back 70s and 80s but the people that time were more reveler, more carefree.
Goa, back in the 70s and 80s, witnessed the overcrowded beaches with hippies carrying their sound system and clubbing day and night.
Check out this post to see a breathtaking collection of old Goa parties’ photos that persuade you to time-travel and join the club of wild partiers.
Anjuna looking wild in the 70s.
A full moon party!
See the first flea market in Anjuna!
An early Flea market on Anjuna Beach.
Selling charas at the Anjuna flea market. It was that easy!
An untouched Calangute beach in 1974
Back to the flea market.
A full moon party on South Anjuna Beach, Goa, 1976.
The pristine Anjuna beach, 1976.
The Anjuna Jam Band playing a full moon party at Anjuna Beach.
A person selling hashish, LSD, and jewelry at the Anjuna flea market, 1976
A full moon party coming to a close in 1977.
A costume party throwin’ it down in North Anjuna.
A couple of snaps from what looks like one hell of a full moon party winding down in 1979.
The Anjuna flea market in 1982.
A party in Vagator in 1987 with some very 80s threads!
A party on top of Chapora Fort in 1988.
Goa seems to be little sort of paradise those days flooded with open minded partiers, a crowd that we always remember. In any way, these guys were the real clubbers!! 😉