Goa, home to sandy beaches, palm trees and beach resorts has become the go-to place for travelers wanting to spend some time under the sun. Its enthralling beauty comes from the abundance of pristine beaches and old world charm. Teeming with churches built during the Portuguese colonization makes for a rich and diverse culture of Goa. Goa has become the sanctum for seafood lovers, from squid to lobster to baby shark; the taste is nothing short of amazing.
From the famous easily accessible Baga and Candolim to the off beaten pristine beaches of Cavelossim and Morjim, Goa has it all. People seeking adrenaline rush can go on to enjoy Para sailing, skiing, wind surfing etc, animal lovers can enjoy the dolphin cruises, while nature lovers can enjoy the indigenous flora and fauna by visiting the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Goan culture and historical tradition can be best experienced by visiting its museums whether it’s on archaeology, aviation or Indo-Portuguese art and architecture, Goa is rich in its cultural treat. Annual festivals are another way to breathe in the Goan culture, their love of music and dance make for an interesting time. Over the years Goa has become multifaceted, paradise for honeymooners, safe haven for families and rave parties for youngsters; a place everyone could enjoy to its fullest.