Visit the top 10 Goa attractions with cheap packages for Goa
Goa is one of the most coveted holiday destinations in the world. Nestled beside the Arabian Sea in the western part of peninsular India, Goa boasts of close to 40 beaches, each of them having something unique to offer. Beaches in Goa are so popular that the state has been adorned with the title of ‘beach capital of India’. If you are looking for a holiday with a difference, then Goa is just the perfect thing for you. Though the beaches in Goa are exceedingly popular, there is so much more to this state which is brimming with rich flora & fauna. The sights and the sounds of the nature are hard to escape when you are at Goa. Perhaps, that’s the reason why packages for Goa are demanded greedily by both Indian & offshore tourists. From the majestic Dudhsagar Falls to the verdant landscape, from the picturesque pristine beaches to the medieval-age churches- Ah, Goa is such a beautiful, remarkable state!
Beaches in Goa: No words are enough to justify the beauty of the beaches in Goa. Goa has some of the best beaches in the world. Though it has close to 40 beaches, each beach has its own distinct personality. While some beaches are known for the raucous crowd, some offer divine solitude while others are extremely picturesque while some have heart-throbbing sports to offer. Baga beach, Anjuna beach, Miramar beach, Dona Paula beach and Palolem beach are some of the noteworthy beaches where you can have a whale of a time.
If you love the sand, wind and the sea, then there are some adrenaline-pumping actions waiting for you. Wind surfing, water skiing, parasailing and aqua boating are some of the games that you will love to play. Under the packages for Goa, you can also go for the luxurious cruise ride. It will certainly be a night to remember! Also, if you are looking for an accommodation near the beach, you will find a number of 5-star Goa hotels that are located just beside the shores.
Where to stay: There are many Goa hotels (both 5-star and budget) where you can check in. There are also resorts, beach huts and private bungalows where you can stay. Also, you can buy packages for Goa, inclusive of Goa sightseeing, and a well-informed Goa travel guide, to enjoy a hassle-free holiday.
Top 10 Goa attractions: The top 10 Goa attractions are
• Se Cathedral
• Basilica of Bom Jesus
• Dudhsagar Falls
• Mayem Lake
• Kesarval spring
• Church of our Lady of the Rosary
• Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary
• Bondla wildlife sanctuary
• Arvalem Falls
• The 16th century Braganza House
When to visit: The best time to visit Goa is between October-April.
Local festivals: Winter Carnival, All Saints Feast, Feast of St. Francis Xavier
Emergency Number: Police- 100, Ambulance- 102, Tourist Info- 0832-2438520/ 0832-2541644
Sofia Jennie - About Author:
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