India

Goa


"Beaches, Sunsets and Crazy Nights"

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Neatly tucked into the Western coast of India, Goa is the state associated most with touristy beaches, a happening nightlife and over 300-year old Portuguese architecture.
Referred to as the city of churches by many, the culture of Goa has the lingering effect of being a Portugal colony. Visibly different from the rest of the country, Goa has characteristic colourful houses, lush green fields and a soothing languidness in the atmosphere. The charming villages of Goa are ideal for a laidback morning walk or an aimless evening stroll.
North and South regions of the place are strikingly different - the former is a cultural hub with traditional eateries and markets, while the latter makes for an idyllic vacation with its 5-star hotels, private beaches and a mix of white sand and clean blue water. Under the star-laden skies, each festivity becomes more alive. Goa greens and wildlife makes for a nature lover's ideal hotspot. If you are a food adventurer, you may want to visit the gorgeous spice gardens and try a glassful of cashew feni. Goa provides a respite, not just for the tourists on an appointment with nature, it is also the place for crazy parties and a vivacious night-life. The ultimate tourist destination of India, Goa promises to be something special for all types of travellers.

While the contemporary traveller may not come to modern, thriving Goa 'for the sale of all sorts of merchandise', the 'fair' is still very much on. The traveller is here to find something different: a balm on the busy mind, to enjoy days of freedom on Goa's magnificent beaches, to parasail or swim with the tide of fellow visitors from all around the globe, to savour its unique cuisine and imbibe its spirits, to take a long and invigorating trek in its unexplored interiors, to marvel at its majestic temples and churches, in short, to be at one with the most friendly people in the country.

Goa Tourism At A Glance

With the waves of Arabian Sea flickering on its western ends, Goa without doubts is the state with stunning beaches. This is the richest state of India and the smallest one of all. Several tourists pack their bags for Goa to lose themselves in its beaches, monuments, festivals and other attractions.
Goa is famous for its beaches. Chilling in its beaches is a favorite recreation activity of the people in Goa. Best beaches of this state are Anjuna Beach, Calangute Beach, Vagator Beach, Candolim Beach, Baga Beach, Dona Paula Beach and Mandrem Beach.
The monuments of Goa are an epitome of a rich culture, brilliance of architecture and they narrate a beautiful tale of an era gone by. Some of the best monuments of Goa are St. Augustine’s Tower, Basilica De Bom Jesus, and Church of St. Francis of Assisi.
Goa has the second largest community of Christians in India. In fact not just Christianity, you will find an equal proportion of Hindus and Muslims in this state. With the invasion of Portuguese came introduction of highly revered shrines, like Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, Basillica of Bom Jesus, and Se Cathedral.
Goa has nurtured its wildlife just as it has paced up with the modern city life. If you are a nature buff you can make the most of your trip by visiting Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary, Cotilago Wildlife Sanctuary, Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary and Bondla Wildlife sanctuary.
Enacting the disputes of the ancestors to celebrate togetherness of the current generation (Bonderam Festival), singing and dancing amid beautiful colors and glitter (Goa Carnival) and tapping to the beat of EDM (Sunburn Festival); Goa is the state of celebration every while. November to February is the perfect time to visit Goa if you are looking for indulgence in its carnivals and festivals.
Whether you want to splurge or not, Goa’s casinos and clubs are the best places to lose control in. Mambos, LPK, Cabbana, Casino Pride and Deltin Royale are the best places if you want to enjoy Goa’s nightlife.