For those wondering how to reach Goa by road, there are regular buses for intracity and inter-city convenience. You can travel by state-run buses that are operated by Kadamba Transport and are comfortable rides. If you are traveling from Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, there are daily buses plying to Goa. You can also travel by Volvo and Deluxe AC buses that would generally charge around Rs 1500- Rs 2500, depending on the duration and the distance.
If you are traveling by your own cab, you can take any of the four highways. The first is the NH66 which connects Goa to Mumbai in the northern part and Mangalore to the southern parts. You can also take the NH-4A that connects Panaji to Belgaum in the eastern part and other cities such as Kolhapur and Bangalore etc. There is also the NH-366 that connects NH-66 to Mormugao Port from Cortalim. The newest highway is the four lane NH-566 which connects Mormugao Port to NH-66 at Verna. This also takes you via the Dabolim Airport.
Thus, Goa is a major tourist hotspot that is well-connected by all transportation modes. This state is a cultural kaleidoscope of Indian and Portuguese traditions. The sun, sand, the beaches, the spiritual aura and the seafood make this beach destination a sight to behold. Enjoy a Goan beach holiday in this exotic destination where you can party all day and immerse yourself in the local culture of the region.