Culture In Goa
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Culture Activities Of Goa
There is no doubt that Goa has one of the most vibrant cultures in India. The people here are warm and friendly and are ever open to interacting with the tourists. The Portuguese influence can be seen all over this beach paradise in the way the houses were built and the variety of churches here.
There is a mixture of Hindus, Muslims and Christians in this beautiful state that is filled with a unique diversity that binds the whole region. This is reflected in the way the various different festivals and fairs are celebrate here. Almost everyday there is a new festival and party being held in this natural wonderland.
You will also get to witness a number of carnivals here where all the locals and tourists celebrate the vibrancy of life with much gusto. Goan food also reflects its diverse culture with the Portuguese, the Konkan, and the Bahamani Nawabi traditions. What is common among these is seafood and rice.
This “Rome of the East” has a number of nightclubs and beach parties that continue from dusk till dawn. The Goan land is a multicultural vibrant zone filled with dance, music, folk traditions, carnivals, fairs, festivals, beach parties and more!
Mambo's in Goa
One of the most popular nightclubs of Goa, Café Mambo is a truly spectacular destination for party lovers and revelers. Mambo’s Goa is much acclaimed for offering the best nightlife in Goa, with their all-night events. DJs and artists from all over the world come over to Cafe Mambo Goa, for enthralling the locals and touris...
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Shiva Valley in Goa
One of the hottest party spots in Goa, Shiva Valley is a popular hub for locals and tourists alike. Visit here every Tuesday, and witness how crazy nights turn into morning, while you are busy partying. Located on Anjuna Beach- a foreigners' paradise in Goa, a huge flock of tourists come here from the rest of India and acro...
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Curlies in Goa
Planning a trip to Goa and thinking where to enjoy a beach party? Look no further than the Curlies Club in Goa. Curlies is one of the oldest beach shacks in Goa and therefore remains the most popular spots to enjoy the nightlife in Goa.
This legendary beach shack is located on the Anjuna Beach, arguably the most happening...
Casino Cruise in Goa
Goa is renowned for lively nightlife and up-till-dawn parties. It is also one of the few places in India where gambling is legal and regulated. Living it up on a casino cruise in Goa is a great experience to have. Some of the top casinos in Goa are located along the shore in luxury hotels, on anchored boats in Mandovi River...
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Mangeshi Temple in Goa
The 450-year-old Mangeshi Temple is located in Priol village of Ponda taluka in Central Goa. It is also known as Shri Mangesh Temple. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple stands out in the village with its simple yet exquisite structure. The temple architecture features several domes, pilasters, balustrades, and a tower. In ...
Shanta Durga Temple in Goa
The Shantadurga temple in Goa is a more than 450 years old temple dedicated to Goddess Durga. Legend has it that Goddess Durga acted as a mediator for stopping a fight between Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu, at this very spot. This incarnation of the Goddess Durga has been named so, because “Shanta” refers to peace, and she mad...
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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
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