The refreshing beaches of Goa

Goa Tourism

A slice of Portuguese culture in India

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Tourism In Goa

Goa tourism is defined by sandy beaches, serene sunsets, whitewashed forts, colonial architecture, majestic churches and colorful ceremonies, and well-planned Goa tour packages can take you to all these Goa tourism places to visit. Our Goa tourism guide lists all popular points of interest, including the best beaches in Goa. Engage in the cultural vibrancy of a Goa beach, where you can party all day and night, savor some delicious seafood and go shopping at the flea markets. Goa sightseeing also lets you enjoy watersports windsurfing, scuba diving, dinghy sailing, angling, waterskiing, water scooter, swimming and parasailing to canyoning, camping, quad biking, trekking and zip lining, there are plenty of things to do in Goa. For those looking to visit all Goa points of interest and explore the place on their own, taking along a Goa tourist map isn’t that bad an idea.

There are also plenty of Goa tourist places to explore like Fort Aguada, Dudhsagar Falls, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Chapora Beach, Anjuna Beach, Baga Beach and Vagator Beach. The best time to visit Goa is from mid-November till mid-February when the weather is pleasant and cool and most of the festivals and events take place during this time.  

You will love this party capital of the country where teenagers, adults and the elderly all come to unwind and have a good time. You get to experience some magical beach weddings at times and Goa is also the perfect place to enjoy a spinster’s night or a bachelorette. Travel and tourism in Goa also involves fun road trips on bikes and scooters where you can see the lush green landscapes and beaches while driving by. You can always rent a scooter or bike and stopover at the tourist attractions of your choice.

A good place to stopover on your road trip would be the casinos here where you can earn a few extra bucks to make your holiday tour more enjoyable. Besides this, a road trip would also showcase the rich Portuguese culture amidst the beautiful churches and forts. Calangute, Baga, Anjuna, Vagator, Candolim, and Bogmalo Beach are the top Goa destinations worth visiting.

Another reason why you should visit Goa is the funky jewellery and clothing you can find here at the flea markets. If you visit Goa during the tourist season, you will be able to find a variety of items at the beach markets and Saturday fleas here. Make sure while scouring the flea markets, you also try the local seafood. Lobsters, prawns, pomfret fish, crabs, clams, mussels, oysters and ladyfish are some of the must try items here.

When you think of Goa tourism, a picture of pristine beaches, sunny landscapes, old Portuguese style forts and palaces, watersports, casinos, flea markets and charming villages comes to mind. Both North and South Goa have its own charm as the former is a more party-centric place that is popular with youngsters while the latter is perfect to enjoy a secluded quiet retreat from your daily life.


Goa is a treasure trove of sights and sounds, from beaches like Majorda to Dona Paula and Anjuna to the Aguada and Chapora forts, the Dudhsagar and Arvalem falls, churches like Basilica of Bom Jesus and temples like Bhagvati temple. Besides these sights, there is also plenty to keep you busy on a Goa trip guide like taking sun baths at the beaches, nonstop parties at the nightclubs, parasailing, skiing, windsurfing, shopping at the flea markets, going on fun bike rides, trekking and enjoying exotic cruises.  

You cannot travel to Goa and not try the exotic seafood like Goan Fish Curry,Fish Recheado, Prawn Balchao, Solachi Kudi, Sorpotel, Balichao, Sanna, Bebik, Vindaloo and more. Spend a relaxing day by the beaches, sipping on feni and trying some of these delectable dishes. If you visit Goa during the winter season, you can also partake in festivals like the mega Sunburn festival that celebrates music, dance and culture. Christmas and New Years is also celebrated here in a big way and you can view the diverse festivities all around.


Goa is a perfect destination for all kinds of holidays, whether it be a solo trip, a honeymoon or a friend’s birthday. From romantic walks on the beach to candlelight dinners, cruises along the shore, exploring hidden crescent coves, shopping at hippie flea markets and attending vibrant music festivals. There is something for everyone in Goa and this is one beach paradise you must add to your travel bucket list.


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By Air

If you are wondering how to reach Goa by air, you can get all the necessary information here. The Goa International Airport at Dabolim is Goa’s only airport and is located near Vasco da Gama. This airport is quite centrally located as it is just about 29 kilometers from the capital, Panaji. You can easily catch a flight from any part of the country to Goa at this airport. There are regular flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Cochin, Bangalore and Hyderabad to this beach paradise.

By Train

If you have ever wondered how to reach Goa by train, there are two railway lines you can travel by. These are the South Western Railway that connects Vasco with Hubli, Belgaum etc and the Konkan Railway lines that connects Margao to cities along the western coast of the country. You can get down at Thivim in North Goa and Vasco-da-Gama or Madgaon in South Goa. You will enjoy the lovely views of this beach paradise by train and it is fast and convenient as well.

By Road

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.

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The best and must have dishes of Goa include: Fish Recheado, Bebinca, Pork Vindaloo, Rava Fried Fish, Chicken Xacuti, Chicken Cafreal, Pork Sorpotel and Goan Nevri. Despite Goan cuisine being heavy on the non vegetarian ingredients, most hotels in the state also offer vegetarian options.

People know English, Konkani, Marathi and Hindi languages in Goa.

If you are looking to spend some time at the small, secluded islands of Goa, then make sure to visit: Chorao Island Divar Island Canacona Island Cambariem Island Anjediva Island Butterfly Island Crocodile Island Bat Island

South Goa is the place to be, when looking for peace in tranquility. Choose from the less visited beaches such as Agonda Beach, Candolim Beach, Patnem Beach or Palolem Beach.

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