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About Goa

When you think of a good holiday, the name that stands out as a winner is Goa. Since a long time it has been one of the favorite vacation options among travel enthusiasts. It lies at a distance of 484 km from Bangalore. Goa has it all, white and brown sandy beaches, palms and coconut trees swaying on the breezy shores, lovely lakes, amazing architecture, varieties of cuisines, music, and all this with a tinge of Portuguese culture. Goa is bustling by the morning and pulsating by night, throughout the year.

Places to visit

Goa has a lot of beaches, some of which are the most beautiful in the country. They line the 70 km coastline of the Arabian Sea. Catch the sunrise or sunset at either of these beaches and see how the tranquil scene works wonders to soothe your soul. Other than the beaches there are churches, both ancient and new, and old forts.
Here is a combined list all the places that should not be missed on a trip to Goa.

  • Palolem Beach - It is a beautiful beach in Canacona, forty minutes away from the main town Margao. It is known for its natural beauty. There are shacks lining the beach and also a lot of restaurants.
  • Calangute Beach - Also known as the 'Queen of all beaches', Calangute beach has good eating options, water sports and famous clubs.
  • Agonda Beach - It is a 3 km long, scenic and secluded beach at a distance of 37 km from Margao. It is less populated as compared to the other beaches and hence gives you a chance to calm your nerves and sooth your mind. The white sand adds to the beauty of the beach.
  • Colva Beach - The deep blue sea, soft sand, the breezy atmosphere, Colva beach is a picturesque beach. The blue sky complements the color of the sea.
  • Asvem Beach - It is a quiet beach in Pernem in north Goa.
  • Fort Aguada - It is a seventeenth-century Portuguese fort at the Sinquerim beach, overlooking the big blue Arabian Sea. There is an old lighthouse in this huge fort. If the sea is not enough, there is the river Mandovi, at the mouth of which stands the fort.
  • Fort Chapora - It is located at Vagator beach, and near Chapora River. This fort has steep slopes on all its sides and is an excellent place for a calm sojourn and an escapade from the hustle and bustle of the city.
  • Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception - Out of the many churches in Goa this is one of the oldest. It is located in the city of Panaji.
  • Basilica of Bom Jesus - It is one of the most famous churches in old Goa. The architecture of this church is admirable. It is made in black lateritic stone. While the exterior structure is a mix of different styles of architecture like Composite, Doric, and Corinthian, the interior is in simple Mosaic-Corinthian style. The church holds the relics of St. Francis Xavier and the chapel has around 27 pictures that depict the life of the saint.

The other places that you can visit when in Goa are Cavelossim Beach, Vagator Beach, Candolim Beach, Arambol Beach, Anjum Beach, Mandrem Beach, Baga Beach, Aguada Beach, Cansaulim Beach, Morjim Beach, Patnem Beach, Utorda Beach, Varca Beach, Fort Aguada, Chapel of St. Sebastian, St. Xavier's Church, St. Cajetan's Church, Convent & Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Se Cathedral, Naval Aviation Museum, Archaeological Museum, Museum of Christian Art, Goa State Museum, Goa Science Center, Sound & Light Gallery Museum, Museum of Blessed Joseph Vaz, Gallery Gitanjali, Peace Cottage Fine Art, Gallery Boa Arte, and Subodh Kekar Art Gallery.

After all the sight-seeing, boost up your adrenaline with some of the adventure sports, like paragliding, diving, Jet Ski, and banana-ride, that are available at a very modest price at some of the beaches.


Shopping in Goa is quite an experience in itself. You might find it difficult to decide what to buy and what not. Goa has popular flea markets like Mapusa market and Anjuna market, where you can get a variety of things at dirt-cheap prices.

There are government-run emporiums that sell handicraft items like crochet, carved furniture, hand-painted ceramics, antiques, coconut-shell products, etc. You can buy all of these at Aparant Emporium outlets spread across the state.

If flea markets are not what you are looking for then there are boutiques like Casa Goa offer fashion wears by famous Goan designers, and also antiques and furniture.

You can also look for a bottle of aged wine to bring back as a souvenir or grab a copy of good Goan music.

Places to eat

There is no dearth of places to eat in Goa. Most of the beaches have restaurants. You can indulge in some good Goan specialty dishes while you take a break from tanning or enjoying the waves.

Being a coastal state, it is no surprise that the staple food is fish curry and rice with some more fish, fried though. Seafood rules the chart.

Travel Tips

The best time to visit Goa is between November to early May, when the climate is favorable and the sea is friendly for swimming, diving, and all the other fun activities. Christmas is celebrated with all glitz and glamour, so if you visit Goa in December then you can witness the Carnival celebrations as well.

Goa looks tiny on the map of India, but when it comes to taking a trip to explore this beautiful state it needs careful and thorough planning. So plan well in advance and make reservations in hotels to avoid the last-minute rush of finding rooms to stay, especially during peak seasons. Goa is an expensive tourist destination as compared to other places. The best bet will be doing a research before packing your bags.

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4 + driver
Fare Per KM
8.5 / Km
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4 + driver
Fare Per KM
9.0 / Km
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4 + driver
Fare Per KM
10.0 / Km
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7 + driver
Fare Per KM
12.0 / Km
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6 + driver
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13.5 / Km
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