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Best Time to Visit Goa
If you are wondering about the best months to visit Goa then, one should definitely look at travelling between November and mid-March when the Indian state experiences its winter and the weather is relatively cooler and dry.
This is also a peak time in Goa, so make sure you are booking everything in advance with the best travel agents for Goa so that you can get the best price and save money.
Goa is located midway down India’s southwest coast and has been a popular beach holiday destination since colonial times. The golden, palm-fringed beaches spread along the state’s 105km coastline pull tourists from all over the world.
Particularly, this holiday destination in India is offered major cheap air travel and tour packages which makes it twice the more attractive among holiday goers in the UK.
While you have high-end 5-star resorts such as beaches of Goa like Calangute and Candolim in the north, and Colva and Benaulim in the south, you have Anjuna, Vagator, and Chapora, where you can find cheap accommodation.
If you are looking for a more isolated quieter place in Goa to spend your time at, head to Patnem, just over the headland from Palolem, or Agonda, where it is quite less developed and you can find upmarket hut camps and family guesthouses to stay at. For the hippie scene, head to Arambol, where you have all the yoga and holistic therapy sessions held.
Things to do in Goa
For a trip to the sprawling cathedrals, convents, and churches, head over to Panjim, which was also the former Portuguese capital at Old Goa. Here you will find many Christian pilgrims from all over the world.
A visit to Anjuna’s Wednesday flea market is also a must if you are looking to shop for some cheap souvenirs and dancewear.
If you are a wildlife enthusiast, visit the nature reserves at Cotigao and Netravali in the far south.
Food in Goa
For if you are looking to explore the food options in Goa, we should tell you that Goa has absorbed strong Portuguese influence such as the use of palm vinegar (unknown elsewhere in India), coconut, tangy kokum, and fierce local chilies. Do try their famous vindaloo (from the Portuguese vinho deal, literally “garlic wine”), and mutton xacuti, made with a sauce of lemon juice, peanuts, coconut, chilies, and spices.
You can find gourmet seafood, like clams, mussels, crab, lobster, giant prawns often cooked in fragrant masalas.
Drinks in Goa
For the drinks, Goa is known for its cheap prices. You have locally produced wine, spirits, and beer like Goan Port that is a sweeter, inferior version of its Portuguese namesake, and feni – made from distilled cashew or from the sap of coconut palms.
Festivals in Goa
If you are looking to explore the local cultures in the festivals of Goa then, you have a range of celebrations – Christian to Hindu festivals, New Year parties, arty events to hedonistic parties, carnival or Narkasur Parades that are also major attractions in Goa apart from the beaches.
Some of the must-experience festivals in Goa India are:
- Goa Carnival – Pre-Lent
- Holi (Biggest Spring Festival) – March
- Narkasur Parades – October/eve of Diwali
- International Film Festival of India (IFFI) – Late November
- St Francis Xavier’s Feast – December 3rd
- Mary Immaculate Conception Church Feast – Early December
- Christmas/New Year – December 25th/January 1st.
- Sunburn Festival – December 27–30th
Best Beaches in Goa
From the North to the South, Goa has an incredible coastline and there is never a day without a beach. So, here is our list of the top five beaches in Goa:
- Morjim: Apart from being on the list of every traveler, Morjim beach is famous for its the nesting ground for olive ridley sea turtles.
- Arossim: This beach is famous for its culinary offerings.
- Majorda: Undoubtedly, these is the most picturesque beaches in the south of Goa.
- Cola: This beach is known for its quiet side and the best spot where you can camp overnight in comfortable safari tents right on the sand.
- Candolim and Calangute: The beaches have the state’s most inviting stretches of coastline.
How to book with travel agents for Goa?
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