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The first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of Goa is – beach! No wonder, because Goa beaches are some of the most beautiful in the world. Here is our list of the top, must-visit, most famous beaches in Goa. Do add a visit to some of these in your Goa package! If you are booking a Goa honeymoon package, consider booking at least...
Goan food is an art form in its own right. Be it seafood in ‘Portuguese-style’ variants or modified versions of popular snack foods, it is a table of delights worth exploring. Here are some suggestions of popular Goan dishes you could try on your Goa trip. The Xacuti curry: This popular Goan dish is a ric...
Goa is indeed a beautiful place, full of surprises and exciting exploration. Most people plan their Goa sightseeing around the beaches of North Goa and South Goa, however, there are a ton of things to do in Goa apart from visiting Goa beaches. Here are just 10 of our suggestions for some additional cool things to do in Goa...
Goa tourism is a lot more than just the shining sun, or a sandy beach stretching along a beautiful shoreline. The place has a lot to offer to make your Goa honeymoon trip or your family Goa holiday memorable. Here are some significant Goa tourist places that should be included in a Goa city tour or excursion.
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Q) What can I do in Goa in 4 days?A: You can cover a lot of Goa in 4 days. Here is a suggested plan for your Goa trip in 4 days, giving a good mix of leisure and Goa sightseeing: Day 1: Arrive in Goa. Explore the area around your hotel. Evening, visit Tito’s Lane to party. Day 2: Visit Baga Beach and Calangute beach. Relax at a beach shack. Sunset at Anjuna, and night at Britto’s or nearby. Day 3: Take a Grand Island tour to enjoy water sports and dolphin spotting. Evening party at any of the Clubs in Goa. Day 4: Morning beach visit or shopping, and leave for the airport!
Q) How can I see Goa in 3 days?A: Here are some of the things you can do in Goa on a 3 day visit: • Visit North Goa beaches like Baga beach, Calangute beach and Anjuna beach • Sightseeing of Old Goa churches like the Basilica of Bom Jesus, the Se Cathedral, the St. Francis Church, and Fontainhas • Spend some time in a Goa beach shack • Take a tour to Grand Island for water sports • Party at any of the spots in Tito’s Lane • Visit South Goa beaches like Colva beach, Palolem beach and Mobor beach
Q) How many days do you need in Goa?A: While you can visit Goa for anywhere from 2 to 7 days, the ideal Goa trip is 4 to 5 days including your travel time from your home city. This gives you sufficient time to relax as well as explore the main places to visit in Goa. • Use one day to explore North Goa beaches like Calangute beach, Baga beach and Anjuna beach, where you can also experience a variety of water sports like jet-ski rides, banana boat rides, parasailing etc. • One day can be kept for cultural exploration – see the Old Goa heritage through the beautiful churches like Se Cathedral, Basilica of Bom Jesus, the Fontainhas area, and Panjim town where you can also shop for cashews and other souvenirs. Or, you could use the day to visit a spice plantation for something different. • If you enjoy water sports, you might want to spend one day on a tour to Grand Island where you are taken by boat and can try snorkelling etc. • If you want to see more beaches, spend a day visiting the beaches of South Goa, such as Palolem beach, Colva beach, Mobor beach etc. • One day in Goa could be kept free for relaxing, swimming, and generally having a good time with your friends and family.
Q)What can we do in Goa at night?A: Goa offers a lot of interesting things to do for tourists at night. Some suggestions for you: • Enjoy a 2 hour Dinner Cruise on the Mandovi River • Visit a Night Market • Go for a walk on the beach • Visit a beach shack and have dinner by the beachside • Party the night away at a club • Visit one of the floating casinos in the boats moored at jetties in Panjim • Go to a Silent Disco – Palolem Beach has a disco where the music is played through headphones so there is no noise pollution!
Q)Where in Goa should I stay if I am travelling with family?A: Both North Goa and South Goa have their own advantages and attractions for all kinds of travellers. North Goa will typically offer you more buzzing beaches, happening party spots and budget shopping. At the same time, there are beaches in North Goa like Arambol beach and Candolim beach that are quite good for families. In South Goa, the beaches are quieter, the hotels are more isolated, and the vibe is more relaxed. If you want a peaceful and relaxed vacation then South Goa would definitely be your choice, but if you want the best of both, then you could also pick a quieter part of North Goa.