For people who are health conscious and stay away from alcohol or binge eating, a ton of Goa parties and festivals do not make much sense. A chill party in Goa and a beer by the beach is one of the most classic winter vacation plans. While the entire country is engulfed in winters, Goa brightens up to become a tropical fantasy! Chilling by the beach, dancing all night and letting time fly away is often all that we need to make the dreary winters a bit more special.

If you are what is popularly referred to as "a health nut", we have exciting news for you. The biggest online wellness and fitness community in India, SQUATS is bringing a fitness festival "Connect" to Goa and you, dear December, just became way more lit!

What exactly is a fitness festival?

We all know SQUATS for being a fitness forward community that focuses a lot on evidence, research and data to find best fitness regimen for any individual. They have an app, a Facebook group with almost a hundred thousand people, trainers, coaches and fitness experts, all dedicated to living a healthy life.

Hence the festival will be all about fitness, food, fashion and fun. The festival will include activities such as Body Building Competitions, Ramp Walking, Dancing to amazing tunes and attend seminars of international fitness experts.

If the engaging activities and the seminars aren't enough for you, you also have the opportunity to taste various international cuisines (healthy of course), meet with like-minded individuals who share similar passions.

Nay Sunburn, Yay Fitness!

The festival is a great opportunity for budding models and body building enthusiasts to find the right guidance, meet with people and 'connect' with what you like doing the best- staying fit.

You can find people and venues you that'll help you progress in life and you get to have a truck load of fun.

With the festival you can also explore the South Goa beaches, chill and enjoy a bonfire or two.

Knock Knock

If you're done with basic AF music festivals and are looking for something that resounds with your idea of what a great vacation looks like, the Connect festival is where you need to be. The tickets for the event have gone live now and for just ₹3,540 you can enjoy a two day vacation in South Goa, live on the beach, eat great food and enjoy doing just what you like the best.

Price: ₹3540 | Book here

Date: 1st and 2nd December, 2019

Venue: Grand Gigi's Lawn, South Goa, Behind Mobor Residency, Cavelossim, Goa

For more details, check out the festival's official website.

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