Goa Beach: Refresh Your Soul with an Exciting Trip to Goa
Goa, the beach capital of India, is a fabulous seaside destination and makes for a pleasant vacation. One trip to Goa can refresh and rejuvenate your city-wearied soul and can bring the spark back into your life. If you are looking for a beach holiday with your friends and family, there is nothing better than a trip to Goa. Goa is also a splendid honeymoon destination. Spending a lazy moment on a Goa beach with your loved one can be a highly romantic experience. Whether you love solitude or you love the crowd- Goa beach can serve you anything.
With over 40 beaches, Goa has a long coastal tail. It is an exciting place to be at if you love the sand, sea and the sun. Surely, your experience at the beaches will give you lifetime of memories. Some of the popular beaches you must check out include Calangute Beach, Candolim Beach, Baga Beach, Anjuna Beach and Dona Paula Beach. Every beach has its own distinct personality and has something different to offer including adrenaline-pumping games and a heart-rending view of the horizon.
Goa is also noted for its culture. The people here are all friendly and the local culture is infectious. Take a walk into the streets and bazaars of Goa to get a taste of the local culture. During your Goa sightseeing, you shall also come across famous cathedrals, cemeteries, forts and museums. From wildlife trips to cruise rides, you can get what you want. Also check out the majestic waterfall at the Dudhsagar Falls.
Where to stay: There are plenty of Goa hotels where you can find accommodation. You can also stay in guest houses, lodges, inns and as a paying guest with a local family. Goa is always teeming with tourists. Hence, it will be prudent to book Goa hotels in advance under the Goa tour package.
Where to eat: Goa hotels serve sumptuous meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can also eat out in restaurants, food joints, stalls and eateries. Goa’s local seafood deserves a special mention. It will bring water to your mouth.
Where to shop: Anjuna Flea market and Ingo’s night market are popular local bazaars where you can shop.
Major Goa attractions: Once you have enjoyed yourself on a Goa beach, you can also check out other interesting sightseeing spots. Your trip to Goa must take you to some popular spots including:
• Basilica of Bom Jesus
• Se Cathedral
• Church of Our Lady of the Rosary
• Braganza House
• Dudhsagar Falls
• Anjuna Flea market
• Fort Aguada
• Ingo’s night market
• Sri Mangueshi Temple
• Bondla wildlife sanctuary
Best time to visit: Best time to visit Goa is between October-April especially during the Winter Carnival and festive season. However, Goa is a weather-friendly place and is idyllic for tourism throughout the year.
Local festivals: Winter Carnival, All Saints Feast, Feast of St Francis Xavier
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