Goa trip: Bask under the flirting rays of the sun in a Goa beach
Summary: Goa is one of the most loved tourist places in the world. Known for its captivating beaches and infectious culture, Goa lures tourists from every part of the world. This article is an attempt to highlight some of the exclusive features of a Goa trip.
Have you ever felt the turquoise sea water nibbling at your feet in a caressing manner? Have you ever enjoyed the thrill of snorkeling or the fun of a banana boat ride? Have you ever found yourself getting drawn to churches, forts and monuments? If your answer is no, then now is the time to plan a Goa trip and do all these and much more. Goa is a small but heavenly beach destination located in the south-west part of India. It is advisable that you choose some Goa tour packages to maximize the fun. Goa is called the beach capital of India as it offers more than 40 beaches open to general public. If you love the sea and sand, then you are bound to fall in profound love with Goa which is a paradise for the sea lovers.
It is at Goa that you can have the most memorable time of your life bathing, boating and splashing about. There are some intensely thrilling water sports lined up for you including boating, banana boating, parasailing, snorkeling and scuba diving. You may not have tried any of these activities and may never again get to engage in these adrenaline-pumping activities. So make the most of your Goa trip!
Some of the popular Goa beaches are Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Miramar Beach, Anjuna Beach, Dona Paula Beach and Colva Beach. The water is blue and the sea looks inviting when you are on a Goa beach. Beaches in Goa are scintillating, pristine and picturesque. Besides they offer the tourists whatever they want. If you wish to party with the crowd, you can easily find crowded beaches. On the other hand, if you are looking for solitude, then there are many beaches which offer serenity and quiet. You can spend entire day basking under the warm sun in a Goa beach. But interestingly, the fun doesn’t end here! Once you leave the beaches to explore the surroundings, you will be bewitched by the beauty of Goa.
Under Goa tour packages, you can visit a number of churches including the famous ones like Se Cathedral, Basilica of Bom Jesus and Church of Our Lady of the Rosary. These old churches are not just magnificent but beautiful reminders of the colonial era. At Goa, you will find innumerable sightseeing places including Arvalem Lake, Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary, Braganza House, Aguada Fort and Dudhsagar Waterfalls.
There are plenty of luxurious Goa hotels where you can easily find accommodation. Goa hotels are neat, tidy, and luxurious and offer alluring services. However, if you are planning to visit the state during the peak season, then you are advised to book Goa hotels in advance under the Goa tour packages. Though Goa can be visited round the year, the best time to visit the place is between October to April when the climate is ideal. Also, the festivals and carnivals that are held during winter will leave you spellbound. Goa’s nightlife is also amazing and so is Goa’s cuisine. You will love every bit of your Goa trip and take back pleasant memories.
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