Goa, situated on the west coast of India, is one of the most delightful states of India. Formerly a Portuguese colony, it is endowed with a variety of attractions including palm fringed beaches, miles of golden sands, lush green country-side, an incredible mosaic of cultural heritage, magnificent churches, temples, forts and monuments and a unique cultural synthesis of the east and west. With its tropical climate, Goa is a tourist destination for all seasons. Goa is a treasure trove of culture, music, dances and art forms that can be enjoyed during local festivals and celebrations. Animal lovers can visit the State’s wildlife sanctuaries It is often said that ‘Goa never stops partying’. The city is known for its vibrancy that attains its pinnacle in the annual Goa Carnival festival.
Neatly tucked along the western coast of India, Goa has several beaches and an over 300-year old Portuguese architectural heritage. Goa has characteristic colourful houses, lush green fields and a soothing languidness in the atmosphere. The Churches and Convents of Goa have been included in the list of World Heritage Sites. The best time to visit Goa is from October-March. You can’t swim in the sea during the monsoons (June to September), but Goa puts on a bright green cape at this time.
Dabolim airport of Goa is well connected by air with all major cities in India.
Margaon, Vasco-da-Gama, Thivim and Karmali railway stations of Goa are well connected by trains with major cities in India.
Panaji, Mapusa, Margao, and other main places in Goa are well connected by motorable roads with all major cities in India.
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