Goa Tourism

Goa Tourism
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If you get a chance to roam, ordinary Indians want to see the beach first. There is a desire to see the beauty of the sea and feel the peace prevailing there. The big reason for most people to like the beach is the compatibility of the weather there. In India, Goa is the first choice when it comes to the beach. Then comes Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Auli is the most suitable place for skiing in Uttaranchal. Solang Valley and Narkanda are also good skiing areas in Himachal. Let's go to Goa today. Feel the beauty there.

The Culture Of Goa Attracts

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Goa is loved not only by the beauty of India's coastal regions, but also by its special culture. Tourists are familiar with the people here, this is possible in very few places. Colaba is the most popular beach here. The Triveni of sea, sand and sun mesmerises everyone. Near the Chapola Fort is the Albuquerque Palace near Anjuna Beach. Dona Paula Beach is famous for beauty, it also has water sports facilities. Miramar Beach is full of greenery because of the palm trees. The quality of the Arambol beach is the art done on the rocks here. The palm tree spread over Betul Beach gives it a different color.
The beauty of Benaulim, Bogamelo and Baga Beach is also unique. The temples of Goa are different from other temples in India. Of these, Devasthan is the most important. The idol of Lord Vishnu is revered here at Sheenamudra. There is also a temple of Brahma ji. If you are interested in yoga practice, you can visit Sri Dev Bodheshwar Sansthan. Goa is known as Rome of the East due to the abundance of churches. Among them, Basilica the Bom Jesus is included in the world's heritage due to its unmatched architecture. Andrew's Church, The Lady of the Rosary and Chapel of St. Catherine also appear.
Goa is one of the most popular and evergreen tourist destinations in India. Beaches full of natural beauty, many forts are reminiscent of a magnificent past, temples and churches reflecting the general culture, art galleries which have the finest specimens of art, treks for enthusiasts and food-to-treks. There is more than one sea cuisine. And other delicious food and beverages, it seems that Goa is a window to many beautiful destinations in the world.

History of Goa

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After the rule of the Yadavas in Goa until the 14th century, the Portuguese ruled for nearly 300 years. On 19 September 1961, Goa became a part of India, freed from Portuguese occupation and on 30 May 1987 it was granted full statehood. The impression of Portuguese dominance over the life of Goa is still visible. You can also find rare fish like dolphins.

Information About Goa
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It is a dream for all tourists to visit this beautiful coastal tourist destination. This tourist destination is the most amazing place in the Western Ghats of India with green fields and natural landscapes. Goa is famous for the ‘queen of beaches'. The distinguishing feature of the Goa tour is the Coco / Sunny beach, which has an amazing view of the small white sandbanks, the seashore, when you roam all these places, your heart will smile. Also Visit - Taj Exotica Goa
Tourists who want to go for faith can also go to Goa. They are many religious tourists. Goa is also a pleasant place in ancient temples and churches. A trip to Goa is incomplete without Gary and music. The port of Goa is famous for grandeur and music. When it comes to the best food in Goa, tourists get to eat simple spicy seafood, fish, prawns, crab and feni/gin. The local Shimoga can travel to Goa to meet with a week-long festival of color limited Kew Wai Goa. And Goa is also known for a night party, in which tourists are also known to enjoy coffee.

Information About Shopping In Goa

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The two most famous such markets in Goa are Mapusa and Anjuna. In the Friday market, all kinds of goods are available here and fish drought and its spices are also available. Wednesday market takes place on Anjuna beach, for every level foreigners get all the goods and antique idol beads and more like foreign.
In recent times there are many jute shops in a fashion which are an option to attract tourists. Some of these have been shown in the magnificent old village houses meant for the toiling masses. These stores offer the best selection in domestic style and fashion at very reasonable prices which are perfect for tourists. Take a walk around it and shop in the traditional village towns and get an interesting experience. These markets reflect the ethnic culture of Goa and are uniquely associated with villages for doing business.

Information about food in Goa

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Goa is a wonderful place to eat and enjoy the fresh sea air. You can enjoy prawns, ladyfish, meatloaf, shrimp fish and oysters in the meal; there is one more item. Pork-led dishes are quite popular during the festive season. Village Vindalu many people visit Goa. Pork vindaloo is one of the most popular dishes in Goa. Serpentel, you can try that Goa is also famous for its cakes and sweets. Babinsa, which uses coconut milk, flour, sugar and other ingredients, you can try all these foods on your Goa trip.

Information on How To Reach Goa
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By Air: Dabolim, Panaji, Vasco de Gama which is Goa's international airport and 29 km from Goa is the entry point of Goa for passengers arriving by plane. Most domestic airlines operate in addition to private airlines chartered from the UK and Germany. Indian Airlines took a direct flight from Goa to Delhi and Mumbai.

Major attractions of Goa that will make your trip memorable

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There is no dearth of tourist places in Goa. The major sightseeing of Goa requires at least two days to roam. From Goa's old market to Portuguese architecture, sunlight beaches, Goa's past kissing spirit, there are many in Goa that you won't be able to roam on a trip.
There is no dearth of tourist places in Goa. The major sightseeing of Goa requires at least two days to roam. From Goa's old market to Portuguese architecture, sunlight beaches, Goa's past kissing spirit, there are many in Goa that you won't be able to roam on a trip. You will definitely face a lot of trouble in choosing water sports, clubs located on happy beaches and countless choices of food. Here we are giving you information about the famous tourist places in Goa where most tourists come.

Great Church of Old Goa

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Old Goa was the Portuguese capital before Panaji. Old Goa has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. There are many magnificent churches and churches here. Most of these were built in the 16th and 17th centuries. The exterior and interior of these buildings are beautifully decorated. The most popular of these is the Basilica of Bom Jesus. It contains the remains of St. Francis Xavier who came here as an apostle of Jesus in the 16th century. The dome, made of three layers of marble, is a visible part of the church. Apart from this, the gilded altar and baroque architecture also attract the attention of tourists.
It is the only Latin Quarter in India, it is a pleasure to see the serene streets of the neighborhood of Panaji and the serene atmosphere of the houses covered with tiles. Walk around it to see the Indo-Portugal houses still in good condition, there is also a small but beautiful church St. Sebastian. For traditional sweets and bread, don't forget to visit 31 de Genurio, Goa's oldest bakery. You can also take a guided tour of local expert Luis Dias whose tour includes local stories and stories. Apart from this, you can also take a guided tour service from Panjim Inn. It is a 19th-century colonial-era mansion that has now been converted into a heritage hotel.

Pleasing Palolem Beach

Goa by Amazing India Blog

Surrounded by rocky hills on both sides, this semi-crescent beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in South Goa. Its spectacular beauty can be clearly seen at first glance, but it also has a hidden aspect, during low tide you can visit a small island on its northern side or near the much quieter and less crowded butterfly. The center can. There are many restaurants and shakes (temporary hotels made of bamboo and wood) around Palolam where you can enjoy delicious food.

Dudhsagar Waterfall

Dudhsagar Waterfalls by India Tours

Locals say that Goa never looks beautiful during the rains, but away from Goa's beaches and tourist spots, the interior of the state's forest becomes vibrant during the monsoon. The most popular attraction here is the Dudhsagar waterfall, NH 4A, but it is located 60 km from Panaji. The waterfall is named due to the white foamy appearance of the running water in it. The waterfall reaches its peak during the monsoon, the water falling on the ground from a height of 1,017 feet makes the sound of Karna. This waterfall located in Lord Mahavir Century also attracts tourists who are fond of adventure, who climb the hills with waterfalls.

Fort Neighbour

It is a major attraction of North Goa. The remains of many old forts will be found along the beaches and rivers of Goa. But the most popular of these is Fort Tourist, which is located near Kendolim Beach. It was built by the Portuguese in the 17th century to avoid invasion by Maratha and Dutch forces. To see the beautiful view of the sea one must climb to the top of the fort, especially at sunset. There is also a 19th century lighthouse atop this hill, from which the beach has a better view.
Know this if you want to go to Goa.

So let's first know about the story related to Goa...

Goa was built by Lord Parshuram. He had pushed the sea back several times with his arrows. Even today, in many places in Goa, the name of Vanavali, Vanasthali, etc., is a brown mountain near Harmal in North Goa. It is considered to be the place to perform the yajna of Parashurama. Historically, Goa was first written in the Mahabharata. At that time, Goa was also known as 'Goparashtra'. 'Cow grazing country'. It is believed that Goa is an aberration of 'Goparashtra'.

The state of Goa is mainly divided into 3 parts - (1) Panaji or Panjim, (2) Madgaon and (3) Vasco de Gama.

It is a state remembered for its remote beaches, modern lifestyle, playful steps and wonderful fennel made of cashews. But Goa is not limited to this only. There are many such excellent resorts in this state of Ho-hole, where people also come in search of peace. It has not only beautiful areas but also all kinds of facilities related to tourism. Small offices of travel agencies have been established here, which provide tourists a tour of all areas of Goa. The services here are so good that even domestic and foreign tourists have no problem. That is why it is also called the 'city of tourists'. Konkani is the official language of the people here.

Now Let's Talk About The Budget

How about your budget: Goa is a state where tourism varies according to your pocket. Here you can make the budget as you want, from 5-10 thousand to 5 lakh. Everything from cheap hotels to expensive resorts is available here. By the way, if you are going to visit during Goa Peak season, then make a booking in advance, because booking at the last minute can be expensive, you may not get everything to your liking. And on Christmas, the New Year is the most crowded here.

Where Do You Live In Goa?

Goa Tourism Department has built many tourist houses and huts along the sea, with a bed facility also available? Also, many cheap and expensive hotels and resorts are available for every budget.
If you are thinking of going to Goa, then take an advance ticket from any travel agency, so that the journey to Goa starts from the next day after reaching Goa. It would be good that you (North) start your journey from North Goa and reach Althino Hill for Panaji on the second day.

Places To See In Goa

Panaji, Vasco de Gama, Madgaon, Mapusa, Ponda, Old Goa, Chhapora, Vegatore, Benaulim, and Dudhsagar waterfalls, etc.

If you go to Goa, you must also visit all these beaches - Dona Paula, Mirmar, Bogmalo, Anjuna, Vegatore, Kolva, Keylong, Banga, Palolem, Aram Bol, and Anjuna.

Goa Is The Most Beautiful Place For Water Sports

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You can do all these water sports through beach riding, parasailing, bumper ride, jetski, boat ride, paragliding.
The dolphin cruises at sea at sunrise and sunsets over Calangute and Baga Beach to watch the dolphins laugh.

In Cruise

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Enjoy dinner and dance or have an evening candlelight dinner on the beach. Also, go to the casino and see Casino Life.
Here cars and bikes are available on rent, in which petrol and diesel will have to be put in you and you can rent them for 12 or 24 hours. So you are ready to roam the whole city. Keep looking at the map from the smartphone and enjoy the long drive.

There Are Also Some Major Religious Places Where You Can Go To Goa

Basilica of Bom Jesus (St. Catherine), Cathedral of St. Cajetan, Sri Dutt Temple, St. Francis Church, Mangesh Sri Mahalasa.
Important historical churches here - Assisi, Holy Spirit, Pilar Seminary, Rakole Seminary etc. are important historical churches here. In addition, St. Qazaran's Church, St. Augustine's Tower, St. Monica's Nunnery and St. Erx's Church are also famous.

Sacred Temples of Goa

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Sri Kamakshi, Saptakoteeswarar, Sri Shantadurga, Mahalasa Narayani, Bharvati Temple of Parnam and Mahalakshmi etc. are worth visiting.
Mahadei Wildlife Century, Bengal Tiger, Bhagwan Mahaveer Century and Molam National Park are also famous here. If you want to enjoy trekking then go to Dudhsagar Fall.

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