Top places for Goa Tourism experience

COVID-19 has simply pulled the wind from those who are fond of journeying, traveling, and seeing all the world can bring. It has also affected people who enjoy Goa as an important destination in India because of its beauty, its history, its beaches, night-life, and everything else. We are sure you’ll be very interested in visiting Goa and having a great time because you couldn’t visit it for so long! This is why we developed this blog to remind you once more of Goa’s beauty and appeal and what the best places you will experience are in.

Utter the word Goa and photos of beaches that have colorful beach shacks, wild parties, flea markets that are packed with tourist and fresh seafood. While because of these things, it is one of India’s top travel destinations, it is much more on the Arab Sea, with its coastline. There are many points of tourist interest, from waterfalls to spice plantations, for sightseeing. Ayurvedic massage can be enjoyed or you can go for a heritage walk through the Latin Quarters. For all these reasons Goa is a favourite place for the honeymoon and a tourist destination suited for family holidays. For this broad appeal to everyone. We’ve brought you the top places in this blog to experience Goa’s best.

Panaji

Panaji should be on the tour list in Goa, not just because it is the city of Goa, but because there are so many places for an awesome sightseeing tour. This city promises a pleasant time from a heritage walk through Fontainhas – the Latin Quarters – to a day at Miramar Beach. The Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, located just 7 kilometres from here and home to migratory birds and the common & rare species of marsh-resting birds, can also be visited by ornithologists and bird lovers.

Margao

Margao is not the place you’d like to miss during your planning visit to Goa resorts. The city claims to be the cultural capital of Goa and it’s a well-deserved name, after you explore it. Municipal Garden, Holy Spirit Church, House of Seven Gables and Damodar Temple are prominent monuments in the area, all of which are renowned tourist attractions. The special market should also be visited to discover the different species and dried fish. In Margao, apart from the Margao curry, nearly all the specialities that make Goa famous. Interestingly, Margao Curry exports to and from Portugal.

Vasco da Gama

Centered on the Portuguese explorer, Vasco da Gama is named. You have to be in Goa when you decide to visit it in order to spend time on its beaches. There are many beaches like Cansaulim, ideal to watch the sunset, or Hollant, ideal for a wild journey with your mates! There are also other sites like the 400-year-old St. Andrews Church. There is also a Museum of Naval Aviation, one of India’s three museums. But if you visit it in March, you will participate in the Shigmo, a street and colourful parades festival.

Mapusa

Mapusa is worth visiting on your Goa trip, but the Mapusa Friday Market is one of the reasons. A visit takes you through the stalls that sell Goan spices, home made sauces, ready-to-cook fish, tomatoes, chillies, cassava and cakes every Friday. It’s situated near many beaches such as Vagator and chapora, in the sub-district of Bardez.

Calangute

Calangute Beach is one of Goa’s most beautiful beaches, which is exactly why it is used to be a guide in Goa by this city of Bardez district. Your eyes will reach many backpackers and visitors every day on the beach, all of them having a great time! There are shacks, several bars, plays, open-air dances and extreme activities such as parasailing and water skiing.

Candolim

Like Calangute, Candolim has a prime attraction, Candolim Beach, drawing tourists in Goa. But if you want a party like an atmosphere, you won’t find anything to do here, you’ll enjoy your beaches full of noise! If you look forward to a sunbath, admire the sunset, or take a dip and have a parasail. The “River Princess,” a bulk carrier that ran about 100 metres up shore, should be another explanation why you should visit the beach. Pick a bed, watch the waves kiss the shore as they tint at sunrise and sunset with red and yellow.

 

 

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