Hidden in a valley in the charming village of Agonda, Leopard Valley is one of the newest entrants in the clubbing scene in Goa. The magic starts from the large signboard enroute Agonda from Palolem. Further ahead through a dirt trail, an iron gate welcomes and ushers guests into a steep descent towards the valley, the sight of the venue steadily presenting itself to showcase what is in store.
Far away from the popular central tourist distrct of North Goa, the open air night club caters to more discerning party goers in South Goa. Set amidst lush natural surroundings with the nearest hubs - both Agonda and Palolem miles away, this is a haven for parties that go on till the morning in seclusion.
Being amidst nature makes Leopard Valley an unqiue party venue in Goa. The decor is raw and is designed to blend with the surroundings. A fairly large open space draws attention and enhancing the space is a rocky elevated DJ booth. Rocky pillars take stance at the periphery of the dancing grounds too.
Leopard Valley presents two atmospheres - the day atmosphere showcasing the greenery around amidst a jungle, stone decor blending with the dance floor, yet standing in contrast to the foliage in the background. The atmosphere at night is most favoured as the club transforms itself with psychedelic dazzling lights, lazers, firepits and LED's. in addition to the main open dance floor, there is a sheltered dance floor with a long bar opposite the main grounds. An exciting and elaborate menu complements the array of drinks available at Leopard Valley.
Their signature parties are on Friday nights beginning from 20:00 onwards until the wee hours of the morning. Eve Carey of Ministry of Sound fame, MV Cliff and Dan Booth play regularly here, with a host of guest DJ's spinning the decks all throughout the season.