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Shiva Valley Nightclub in Anjuna resort

In the southern part of Anjuna beach (North Goa) two places attract the representatives of trans-music public. These places are called Curlie’s and Shiva Valley Nightclubs, both of which are located nearby the Anjuna Flea Market. These two places of fun and entertainment can easily be called “clubs” because both of them are the night life centers and the psychedelic events scene in this part of the Indian Ocean coastline.

The “Shiva Valley” is one of the oldest shacks in Goa with relaxing and liberal atmosphere, which is so much popular among both, the already few representatives of hippie culture and representatives of new alternative youth subcultures. Among guests and visitors of the club you can see lots of Israelis, which has affected the offered cuisine. Shiva Valley’s menu includes, for example, Israeli breakfast with hummus and fruits. In general, the choice of suggested dishes is kinda wide: pizza, pasta, tandoori, Tibetan cuisine, fast food and lots of other dishes are served here. Famous "chai mamas" – mobile drinks-and-food mongers, who densely occupy the club entrance every night and wait for hungry clubbers, should also be mentioned.

On Tuesdays during the season (from October till March) Shiva Valley turns into ‘boiling’ point, because of the regular and extremely popular club party which is conducted here every year. With its reputation the club attracts the most famous trance-music DJs to come and groove here. The party starts at 5 PM and lasts till the morning.


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