Goa is a land of festivities, and celebrations are a way of life here. Famous for its beautiful beaches dotted with palm trees and an incredible nightlife, it is a place embraced by happiness. However, there is much more in Goa than its beaches. It combines the charm of the old world with the glamor of the modern era. Casinos coexist here with churches, perhaps the oldest in the country. Surprise your guests with unique experiences. One of those experiences is a tour of the spice plantations where the visitor introduces himself to everything about the spice.

This is the reason why Goa receives visits from honeymooners and families throughout the year, and especially during special occasions such as Christmas and New Year. What is fascinating is the fact that each beach offers a different experience to the other. From Dona Paula to Colva and Majorda, each beach is a delight in itself, whether it offers spectacular views or exciting water sports such as parasailing, jet skiing and windsurfing, among others.

The museums also offer a valuable insight into their past history and heritage. The cultural aspect of this state is on display at the Goa’s Institute Menezes Braganza. Another important attraction is the forts, most of which offer magnificent views of the Arabian Sea and are history deposits.

 

 

 

 

 

The best time to visit Goa is between November and March when the Goa weather is beautifully balmy & clear with a cool sea breeze blowing through.

Summer (March, April, May & October)
Monsoons (June, July, August, September)
Winter (November, December, January, February)

 
 
How to Reach Goa
 
 

Reach Goa by Air

The nearest international airport is the Dabolim, which is situated near Vasco da Gama. You have to cover distance of approximately 29 kilometers off Panaji to reach to the airport. The airport supports nearly all the domestic airlines operating to Goa.

Reach Goa by Rail

Adequately connected to Goa, rail system is just perfect when it comes to mobility. The railways system is connected from Bangalore and its 1874 kilometers run from Delhi makes it easily accessible. Two most important railway stations are Margao and Vasco da Gama.

Reach Goa by Road

In addition to the Air and Rail, the Goa State Transport Corporation also provides unparalleled transport services when it comes to mobility in the Goa. Maharashtra State Corporations and Karnataka operate from Kadamba bus stand in Panaji making it easy for the commuters to be mobile in the vicinities of Goa. Visitors can also hire private cars from various rent-a-car services in Goa. Surprisingly, there is another unique and interesting means of commuting to and in Goa. You can enjoy Goa’s motorcycle taxi that carries a single passenger at a time. Motorcycles can be hired in case you wish to commute in the vicinities.

Reach Goa by Sea Route

Well, there is another means of transport available in Goa and that is by sea route. Tourists can also opt for ferry services that are also excellent when it comes to commuting in Goa. There are some shipping companies that provide boat services from Mumbai to Panaji.

 

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