Holiday Guide to Goa

Holidays in Goa are memorable experience whether you spend blissfully lazy time or action packed. The smallest coastal state is a laid back and stress free. Spend guilt free days swinging lazily on a beach side hammock under the lush palm trees or hang out at the exotic beaches or peep through the colonial monuments of yesteryear or engage oneself in various kinds of thrilling water sports on the turquoise waters of Arabian Sea.

When to go?

Goa is amazing all seasons of the year. The winters are the most crowded party seasons. The monsoons re magical s you can explore Goa in a unique light. The weather is always pleasant with sunshine making your days bright. October to March is the most popular travelling season. The Christmas celebration, New Year parties and the Carnival draws crowds from all over the world. Book Flight to Goa anytime of the year and be assured for memorable experiences.

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Why go?

Picture perfect beaches and the chance to live life at a relaxed pace are the most popular reasons to be in Goa. Grab a cocktail, close your eyes, and go with the slow flow of this beautiful holiday destination. Churches standing as remnants of the Portuguese colonial era make an amazing exploration. Forts are interesting places to visit. Water sports adventures are thrilling in all their glory. Swimming, para sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, jet skiing, dolphin sighting are delights. The Silent Noise party a famous party held on Calangute beach is a rare experience available only in Goa. The party is held where trance music is played on individual headphones and devices rather than been played out loud.

What to do?

When in Goa spend time exploring, go on sunset cruises, jungle trails, river rafting or trekking adventures. You’ll find plenty to do on holidays to Goa, whether you’re looking for relaxation, adventure, romance or activities. Honeymoon in Goa is another allure for couples.

 

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