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Exotic Goa

Beaches of Goa

Goan beaches are distinctively divided between North & South.

North Goa - The party animals will be delighted visiting Baga, Vagator, Anjuna and Calangute beaches for sure. Enjoy the local atmosphere at pubs, bars, restaurants, street food and various water sports activities at the popular beaches of North Goa.

South Goa - Unlike the beaches of North Goa, you can relax at the quiet and pristine beaches of the south. Some of the well-known beaches are Colva, Majorda, Cavelossim and Palolem.

Places of interest:

North Goa Sightseeing
Churches of Old Goa & Panjim City
A prominent World Heritage site is Old Goa. Old Goa boasts of more than 13 churches situated in the vicinity. Some of the churches here date back to the 15th Century.

The Basilica of Bom Jesus built in red stone is famous throughout the Roman Catholic world since it contains the tomb and mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier.

Se Cathedral is the largest of the churches at Old Goa with its numerous chapels. Panaji, the capital city of Goa and seat of the State Government is located on the banks of the Mandovi river. Terraced hills, concrete buildings with balconies and red tiled roofs, churches and riverside promenade form this city. Colourful villas, cobbled streets make it an interesting walk through the Latin quarters with its Portuguese ambience.

South Goa Sightseeing

Visit the famous Mangeshi temple dedicated to the deity of Lord Shiva. It is one of the most visited temples of Goa. Later drive through the narrow and winding roads to reach a spice plantation. Enjoy a guided walking tour with an expert followed by lunch served on an organic plate made of leaves.

Tour Highlights

A place outside time...a tiny emerald speck on the west coast of India, tucked away snugly between the hills of the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, Goa has a warm, tropical climate with an average temperature of 21C (79F) throughout the year. The winter months December to February are delightfully cool and sunny, and from June to September, Goa is drenched by the southwest monsoon, which turns the countryside into a lush garden. The land is covered with paddy fields and groves of cashew, mango and coconut. Strung along the 100 km. coastline are stretches of beaches the colour of sand changing every few kilometers.

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