According to Hindu mythology, Goa magically appeared when the God Vishnu fired his arrow into its sands. Maybe that’s why holidays in Goa are so out of this world.There are 66 miles of beaches to choose from, each one with its own unique personality. And so much amazing food to try. For 450 years Goa was a Portuguese colony so the local cuisine is a tempting blend of Portuguese flavour and Indian spice. But don’t worry if you’ve got a more conservative palate. Most of Goa’s hotels serve international dishes of a particularly high standard
Enjoy the attractions of Goa, relax on the never-ending sandy beaches, explore the churches and colonial buildings, celebrate the fun-filled carnival, relish the local cuisine and feel refreshed by the pleasant weather. Holiday in Goa offer you the ultimate sun, sand and sea experience. Relax on Baga, Fort Aguada, Agonda, Dona Paula and Calangute beaches. Feel the laid back, holiday ambience, soothe your cares away. Look up at an azure sky through waving palm fronds and feel at peace with the world, on holiday packages in Goa.
Goa is also blessed with wide and wonderful rivers numbering seven in all. It is here that you realize how much more there is to Goa than its beaches and sea. The waters of the rivers are emerald green and ferry up any one of them will take you past fishermen with their nets spread out. On the sides are palm trees with green fields behind them. As you go past Old Catholic churches, you might just come across small white-sanded banks that are popularly called Coco or Sunny beaches. If not for anything else, stop to collect an awesome, colorful and varied of shells which can be found just lying around.
Holidays in Goa are just the ticket for peace, quiet and plenty of rest. This attractive fishing beach offers a flipside to some of Goa’s more vibrant coastlines. With its golden sands and gently swaying palms, it’s a gentle slice of Indian paradise.
Goa has a number of churches, ancient temples wooden carvings, running brooks and lakes nestling on hillsides, mysterious forts and many more. Its well-preserved cultural heritage has remained unaffected by modernization, giving Goa its distinctive character. Variety is the spice of life and the essence of Goan beaches. The 131 km long coastal belt of Goa has an array of beaches to choose from.
Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Old Goa was the capital of the Portuguese empire in India before Panjim. It still contains several grand churches, which were built during the 16th and 17th centuries. The Basillica of Bom Jesus, pictured here, is the best-known among these.
Tour Old Goa the Rome of the East,the tour takes you to the Basilica of Bom Jesus, Se Cathedral and the Museum of Christian Art. Take a tour to the temples of Shri Manguesh at Priol and Shri Shantadurga at Kavlem, Ancestral Goa at Loutolim, Colva Beach, Dona Paula Bay and Miramar Beach.
Dudhsagar waterfalls are one of the most spectacular natural phenomena in Goa. Water plummets hundreds of feet in cascades of large volume, creating a mist all around, giving it a milky white appearance, hence the name. This is a popular destination for trekkers and hikers. There will be a lunch halt at Mollem resort, a visit to the Mahadev Temple at Tambdi Surla and back to Panaji.
Goa is an endearing abode of scenic charm and many tourist spots intricate churches and temples, evergreen hills and mountains. Your Goa tour will involve exploring sensuous beaches and historical forts that have kept the legacy of Portuguese alive. Travel to Goa, to explore the mystical charisma of the exotic abode. It is a promise that tours will add some golden moments in your memorabilia. Plan your tours to Goa at a time of festival, in order to understand the culture of the exotic abode.