Goa holidays are a completely mixed bag. This stretch of the west coast of India. Holidays in goa are special for everyone. Offers bustling beaches, Technicolor markets, and European culture.
East meets at Goa to the west. Over four hundred years as a Portuguese colony has given this western part of India a clearly European flavor, with crumbling churches and unparalleled local cuisine. And some of the country ‘s finest sand scoops are home to the 66-mile stretch of coastline, which looks out over the Arab Sea.
Goa to the north
North Goa is an active hive. You’ll find everything in towns like Baga, from vibrant markets to fine dining restaurants and neon nightclubs. There is also a wide sandy beach, thanks to a water sports scene that allows you to try things like wakeboarding and parasailing.
Amble finished this UNESCO-listed North Goa city and you would be forgiven to think you are in the Mediterranean. It was the colonial capital during the 16th century, and the streets are dripping along with Portuguese churches such as Bom Jesus Basilica and St. Francis of Assisi Church and Convent.
In South Goa, life slows straight down. Here you can find a combination of spotless white beaches, coconut groves, and luxury hotels in the Caribbean theme. It is nonetheless unmistakably Indian. Benaulim Beach is only instant from the pea-green paddy fields, and you can smell curry spices wafting in the dirt from the snack shacks.
Tax on leaving included
You no longer need to set aside any money spent on departure tax, as we include it within the cost of your vacation to Goa.
Goa has more beaches to choose from with 105 km of coastline than you can shake a stick at. Whether you want to go tortoise-spotting, party with the locals, or just kick back and relax there’s a beach, or two, along the Arab Sea with your name on it.
Goa has developed a rich, vibrant, and unique culture where ‘Susegad’ is not just a saying; it’s a way of life, meaning to relax and enjoy life in the slow lane.
Food and Drink
Goan cuisine is a delightful fusion of Indian and Portuguese flavors; spend your days tucking in chorizo, curries, and tasty Bebinca cakes. If you choose something non-alcoholic, Goan food is better enjoyed with the local brew, Kingfisher Beer, or a nice glass of kokum juice.
Life in the Night
Goa’s nightlife is as entertaining and diverse as its people. Beach shacks and nightclubs are easy to find at the vibrant Northern resorts of Calangute and Baga; just follow the sound. To the south, the laid-back bars and dining round out your evenings perfectly. The holidays in goa are very beautiful.