Goa is the pocket-sized Haven of India and a dazzling blend of the Indian and Portuguese communities, spiced by the sun, sea, sand, seafood.
Goa is popularly regarded as the oriental Pearl and tourist destination. It sits on the West coast of India, known as the Konkan coast. The beauty of the scenery is startling.
Goan Temples, churches, and historic buildings have earned terrific laurels to Goa through the architectural work done. Many of those features keep Goa busy with tourists.
Goa is not heavily populated compared to other states, but it is the most visited location in India according to tourists. It also attracts international tourists besides attracting tourists from all over India. The state is heavily crowded during the months of November, December, and January.
Its true nature lies in its rich history, distinctive culture, and stunning heritage of its roots. The peaceful Goan style of living and adventurous activities also attracts the attention of travelers in India and abroad. Goa is expected to be visited by all forms of tourists.
Goa is one of India’s most populous destinations since there are so many attractions in Goa to visit. It is filled with beautiful beaches. In reality, Goa ‘s beaches are so nice they ‘re renowned all through the world. People come to visit this state from every corner of the world and it is also considered to have some of the world’s greatest beaches.
On one side the state is in the lap of the Western Ghats and on the other opens its horizons to the magnificent blue water Arabian sea has many tourist destinations and one should visit every one of them.
Any Goa trip would really be deemed unfinished if one did not enjoy the exceptional nightlife in Goa, especially the night market. Everyone will have a gala time for sure as they get to meet people from different cultures and communities here.
Goa is the perfect place to visit if you just want to relax and enjoy the beautiful beaches, have an awesome fun time, or do some of the many water activities that are present there.
You can travel to Goa via many paths, one can either take a road trip from Mumbai to Goa, which is a terrific experience in its own stride. Goa has Madgaon, and Vasco-da-gama railway stations.
Mumbai and subsequently other major parts of India are well connected to these railway stations. Dabolim is the airport closest to Goa.
Author: Rtr Megha Ranjan
Rotaract Club of Dumdum Metropolitan