Goa Tourism

Spread over 3700 square kilometers, Goa is a state located on the west coastline of India. Sinche the 60s, Goa tourism has witnessed a paradigm shift in the number of tourists visiting it each year. Because whatever is your reason, no matter what country you belong to, and whatsoever be your reason to visit the place, this coast paradise will always welcome you with an open heart. Being famous for beaches and places of worship, Goa derives majority its revenue from tourism which is focused on the coastal side of the state. Carrying the glimpse from 450 years of Portuguese rule, the state portrays India in a very spectacular way to its foreign tourists and first-time Indian visitors. Among the many tourist attractions, Bom Jesus Basilica, a wax museum on Indian culture, Fort Aguada and a heritage museum tops the list as mandatory to visit. The value does not end here but extends to the rare sights of Churches and Convents which are declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Seeing it your way – Although Goa has always been a hot topic among your friends/ many WhatsApp groups but the place offers more than just beaches and booze. Being a perfect epitome of cultural diversity, this is a place which can fix an ideal date with peace and harmony. Plus, from budget offerings to luxury holiday packages, you can rely on our expertise and guidance to enjoy your trip even when you visit Goa first time. Although the place has its versions for people visiting but depending on various notable factors, we have jotted down the few worth reading points. Have a look here –

Must do things in your first “Goa” holidays

Goa is evidently a very luring place which you would want to visit again and again. And after you visited the place twice, a tradition follows. But when it’s your first time to Goa, never forget to do as the Goans do and to know what to do, here is the list of top 3 must do’s – Embrace the beach beauty – Beaches in Goa are the first and the must start places. Place in the south and north side of Goa are actually the perfect sights for you. Arossim Beach and Utorda Beach near the town of Majorda in South, Baga, Calangute and Anjuna from the north are some of the beaches which you must try every time you go to Goa. Witness the true Vintage – The architectural monuments in Goa are a sight of breath-taking. With its rare ability to make the history come alive, Goa can actually take you to a detour to what it would have looked with the Portuguese on the Goan land. Being the flag bearer of World Heritage site, Old Goa still stays as the must visit. The food is yummy – From spice plantations to many food stations, Goa never lets you settle down for one. The Goan Cuisine is something which must never be left untried because of the true spirit if a place lies in the food it grows!

Why us for Goa Tourism?

Experience Goa Tourism with India Tourism guarantees you a laid-back and fun-filled vacation. We ensure that cover all top attractions, things to do in Goa. If you are planning a trip to Goa for Holidays then feel free to get in touch with our Goa Travel specialists for customising your itinerary and any other travel-related query.

FAQ’s

Q - What is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit Goa falls between Mid-November to Mid-February. The months during this time are considered best to visit the party capital due to the presence of pleasantly cool and comfortable weather. Also, the beaches during this time are full of other tourists as well, making it the perfect time to relax.

Q - Where is it located?

Goa is an Indian state which lies within the coastal region of the western side of India, known as the Konkan. The state is surrounded by Maharashtra from the north side while form the east & south side, it is surrounded by Karnataka. The Arabian Sea forms the state’s western coast.

Q - What languages do people speak?

The languages spoken in Goa vary between a number of languages such as Portuguese, English, Hindi, Konkani and Marathi. But Konkani is regarded as the official language of the state which is written in the Devanagri script. Other main languages of the state are Kannada, Marathi and Urdu

Q - Do Goa has any International Airports?

Yes, Goa has an international airport which is also known by the name of Dabolim airport and is the only airport in the state. The airport is situated in the city of Dabolim in Goa.

Q - What are popular tourist places?

Following are the best tourist places for visit in GoaCalangute, Ashwem & Arossim Beach, Fort Aguada, Deltin Royale Casino, Naval Aviation Museum, Chapora Fort, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Mollem National Park, Dudhsagar Falls, Pandava Caves and Arvalem Waterfall, Mangeshi Temple.

Q - What type of food is available in Goa?

Many spicy dishes can be cooked using many different fishes, but Mackerel is considered as the favorite dish which is served with steamed white rice. Among the other significant specialties of Goa, Bebinca, crab xec xec, Ambot Tik, Fish Curry rice and Chicken Cafreal are among the best.