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|Weather||Summer 26°C to 33°C, Winter 20°C to 31°C|
|Currency:||Rupees - INR|
|Best Time To Visit Goa:||November to March|
|Ideal Duration||4-5 Days|
Goa, located at the west coast of India is worldwide famous as a tourism hub in India. The place is like a paradise for nature lovers as tourists can have the sight of very high Sahyadri ranges on one side and on other side the picturesque view of Arabian Sea. Goa is worldwide well-liked for its pictorial beauty, striking beaches, beautifully architecture temples, grand festival celebrations and unending Anglo-Indian heritage and it draws millions of tourists from all over the world every year.
The people who often define Goa to be all beach, beer and sun surely know least of this exotic paradise where the culture, tradition and living is much different from almost the rest part of our country. The Portuguese influence has made it worth the visit and stay. Goa considered to be the smallest state on the Indian political map is much more than one can ever imagine.
Explore Beaches in Goa: The beaches of south Goa like the Arossim and Utorda are peaceful and bests of that part while the north Goa hosts more number of tourists with Baga, Calungute and Anjuna bag standing out.
See Aquatic Life in Goa: The beach is not just one thing, being blessed to be on the sides of the Western Ghats goa is a home to millions of species of both plants and animals. The wide range of dense wildlife spots would nearly make you get lost in its biodiversity hotspots.
Trekking and Water Sports in Goa: Trekking from ocean trek to neuti beach and at the uddan dongor is a must, scuba diving to explore the rich deep sea life with those magical corals is a loving experience, white water river rafting at the mandovi river and upper sauri canyoning are adventures one must venture into for a lifetime memory to hold on to. This is the one stop location for the tourists seeking for fun and sports in the sea. The unending saga of adventurous sports that you can try in Goa includes scuba diving, parasailing, wind surfing, jet skiing, water skiing, Ringo ride, banana ride, speedboats and many more.
Nightlife of Goa: Goa is worldwide known for its hippie culture of nightlife. There you can find various clubs, bars and various other destinations for late night partying in Goa. The nightlife in Goa is recognized for its charming beach location, loud music, fascinating vibes and joyful ambience. For party lovers, Goa is a paradise.
Bassilica of Bom Jesus in Goa: the world heritage site marked by UNESCO is much deserving of its fame, the church is present here since the olden days of Portuguese rule. This church preserves the mortal remnants of the St Francis Xavier. The architectural beauty of the church is adorable and one must search for the historic glory of the church. It surely is worth it.
Dudhsagar Waterfall in Goa: ranked among the tallest waterfalls in india this fall literally means the sea of milk and is situated at the mandovi river with bhagwan mahaveer sanctuary and mollem national park. Evidences of pure nature is still prevailing at this spot and is amazingly a great place to visit when in goa.
Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary in Goa: named after the best ornithologist o india this birds paradise is an estuarine mangrove habitat that provides home to some marvellous bird species on earth.
Goa Chitra Museum in Goa: this ethnographical museum is a preserving ground of the cultures and traditions of the goa of those olden days when it was ruled by Portuguese. The arts and crafts of the men are still adorned on the glass covers and walls of the museum. This place would surely give you a complete idea of what the little beautiful goa.
Miramar Beach in Goa: Located 3 kms away from Panaji, the capital city of Goa and 1km ahead of the confluence of Arabian Sea and Mandovi River, the Miramar beach is widely renowned as golden beach edged with palm trees. The beach is an ideal location to tourists for evening walk with its soft sand. The ideal time to visit the beach is considered between the months of November and March. The place is accomplished with resorts, hotels, shopping sites and various other tourist destinations, thus it is the perfect location to visit in Goa.
Aguada Fort in Goa: Constructed in 1612, Aguada Fort is of great historical value of Goa that is situated at Singuerim in Barde. It was architecture by Portuguese with the motive of barricading the attack from Dutch and Marathas. The fort is not amongst the top visiting priorities of tourists just because of its great historical value, rather it is also famous for the incomparable accommodation and various other luxurious amenities available for the tourists like Jacuzzi, Spa, Landscape lawns, relaxation rooms, steam rooms, gymnasium and various others.
Chapora Fort in Goa: Chapora Fort established in Bardez of Goa is a prime attraction for tourists of India and foreign countries. The tourists enjoy the picturesque view of nature from fort as it is covered by sea from two sides and Chapora River from one side. Besides, enthralling location view, it also has historical importance. The fort was constructed by Portuguese in 1617 to protect themselves from the attack of Muslims and Marathas. Due to its glorious scenic views, the Chapora Fort was filmed for Dil Chahta hai.
The markets of goa are unique and very rare that exhibit a wide range of products. From junk neckpieces to gothic earstuds, famous FAD’s to trends of fashion world, shell works to brassware everything is a big hit here and is less found in other parts of the country. The shoping places like Mapusa market, Anjuna flea market, Calangute market square are the best places here to go mad over the rare goodies.
The goan culture is more popular for its cuisine that includes much of seafoods, pork, fishes and the best part is dash of kokum that adds flavour to anything they cook here. The local eateries here are best to go for the goan taste. Clams, squids, oysters, fish, and prawns are best served here in the traditional recipe and ambience. One must surely go for the wonders of local chefs. The spices here are exotic and flavours are simply lovable and addicting.
Goa is well connected by roads, train and air with other parts of the country. One can easily reach there by Car/Taxi/Bus or by train or by air.
Panaji, Mapusa, Margao, and other main cities of Goa are well connected by motorable roads with different cities and places in India.
104 km from Amboli
706 km from Aurangabad
312 km from Badami
598 km from Bangalore
833 km from Kochi
350 km from Hospet
425 km from Mahabaleshwar
371 km from Mangalore
594 km from Mumbai
458 km from Pune
Numbers of private and public buses ply on the roads of Panaji, Vasco de Gama, Madgaon etc. There are buses from Pune and Mumbai too. KSRTC, MSRTC, KTC are few government-run bus services whereas many private tours and travels also provide same services.
The Madgaon and Thivim railway stations are the two major junctions of Goa that are well connected to the various parts of the country.
The Dabolim airport is just 29 Kms from Panjim, the capital of goa and is connected all over the states across the country. Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and many such cities are well connected via air to goa.