Tickets to Goa – a Fad among Party Lovers
Carousing in India is synonymic to Goa. Imbued with contagious ambience and boasting perfect settings of turquoise waters and white beds of sands, Goa is a place to party day and night. Air tickets to Goa are the means to taste the tempting flavours of India’s party capital!
The destination is brimming with uber-cool pubs and clubs and stays pulsating with an exhilarating aura. Most rave and trance parties take place on Sundays when electrifying music and ‘no holds barred’ revelries dominate the scene. The fun doubles up at the time of bright and breezy festivals, making for an ideal time to hit the shores of Goa. Here is the sampling of some of the enchanting festivals and events in Goa that surge the demand of airline tickets to India.
A time when the streets of Goa transform into a multihued collage and the already lively aura of the place gets all the more breathtaking, Goa Carnival has become a popular reason to book tickets to Goa! Held in February, Goa Carnival is annual event that goes on for multiple days. With vivacious processions, wonderful floats, awe-inspiring dance, virtuoso performances of brass bands and unlimited festivity, the carnival makes for a lifetime experience. However, the primary attraction of the carnival is the colourful parade that walks down the streets of Panaji and showcases the fascinating entourage of acrobats, dancers and fire-eaters.
Christmas Celebrations in Goa
Owing to the erstwhile Portuguese settlement and high Christian expat population, Goa celebrates Christmas with gusto. During this time, all the churches, cathedrals and houses are decked up with colourful lights and flowers. Raves, beach parties, wonderful festivals and events enliven the high spirits of guests who take tickets to Goa for wallowing in joyous diversions. If you are netting tickets to India for Christmas, then make sure to visit Goa for taking delights in non-stop carousing.
New Year in Goa
Second to none destination for greeting the New Year, Goa offers the perfect setting for revelling in the festive fervour. With an incredible melange of Indian mysticism and westernised high-spiritedness, jubilations in Goa is something that remains etched in the mind of almost every holidaymaker who grabs tickets to Goa!
The mind-blowing Electronic Music Show held in the end of December, Sunburn Festival is like a roller coaster ride. The extraordinary event that turns Goa into a pulsating discotheque has become a popular fad among millions around the world. Sunburn takes place at the delightful environs of Candolim Beach and charges the music and party aficionados with riveting performances of international DJ’s and artists. Performers like Jerome Ismae-Ae, Above and Beyond, Dash Berlin, Perfect Stranger, Laughing Buddha, Rae, Liquid Soul, Brute Force and Prok & Fitch have been part of this popular festival. The festival is not only about grooving, it also allows revellers to indulge in non-stop entertainment, sample the exotic food and try retail therapy!
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