Swaying palms, white sands and sparkling waters: the three essential elements that attract 2 million visitors annually to Goa’s balmy shores are plentiful in this tiny, glorious slice of India hugging the country’s western coastline and bounded by the Arabian Sea.A solitary Portuguese outpost in India for almost 500 years, the influence of colonial rule can still be seen everywhere: in the exquisite, crumbling architecture; in the East-meets-West cuisine which combines coconut milk, palm vinegar and chillies with the refined flavours of Lisbon; in the melancholy strains of fado that still waft occasionally on the bougainvillea-scented breeze; and in the siesta-saturated joie de vivre that Goans themselves call susegad.
Nowhere else in India will you find the laid-back languidness of a Goan lunchtime, the easy charms of its people or the soothing serenity of a day on its beaches. Here in Goa, a herd of water buffalo will greet you at breakfast; a lily-covered lake might provide the scenery for your morning walk; a sea eagle will be your afternoon companion along a deserted stretch of pristine beach; a gorgeously spice-laden vindalho (vindaloo) might make your evening repast and a fiery glass of cashew-palm feni liquor your bedtime tonic.
Want some sea, sunshine and sand? Go Goa! The land of free-spirited people and abundant natural beauty. Located in the south-western part of India, Goa is known as the beach capital of the country.Flanked by Arabian Sea, Goa is a small state with immense coastal splendour.Goa has an interesting mix of Portuguese and Konkani cultures, which provides variety in language, food and architcture.
Destination Covered: - Goa - Hampi - Goa.
Known for its golden sandy beaches, majestic churches and exotic flora and fauna, Goa is indeed a place to be. One of the major tourist destinations of India, Goa is visited by large number of tourists every year. If you are planning a fun filled vacation or a memorable honeymoon then Goa with its mesmerizing atmosphere is the right
Goa Carnival India
Destinations : Mumbai - Goa - Cochin
FEAST OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
The feast of St. Francis Xavier is one of the most popular occasions in Goa. Innumerable devotees line up to kiss the relics of St. Francis Xavier at the Basilica of Bom Jesus, one of the must visit churches in Goa. Followers of St.Francis Xavier, pilgrims and tourists flock to Goa
The Goa Tour
Destination Covered: - Mumbai - Goa - Hospet - Hampi - Hospet - Goa.
Goa has a lovely coastline which is full of lovely beaches, islands, coral reefs and so on. The beaches are best places to witness sunrise and sunset and are ideal for a lazy outing or a charming vacation. Travelers can enjoy basking under sunshine or enjoy a short stroll on the beaches.