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Goa is synonymous to tourism for avid travelers coming from all across the globe. Owing to its Gothic Style Churches and Catholic Cathedrals, far spread sunny golden beaches, spell-binding architecture and thrilling night life, Goa is a place for all to be.

Looking Back in the History

Talking about the history, Goa can be traced back to 20,000 to 30,000 years. A tribe of people called Sumerians had set their first step in this place around 2200 BC. Goan culture, in the earlier times was greatly influenced by Indo-Aryan people, and also by the Dravidians from the Deccan. Much later in the year 1510, Portuguese took Goa under their governance.  Portuguese had built some of the largest churches of Asia.

Famous Beaches

One visits this city of ocean for an obvious magnetism of the beaches.
Baga beach is situated in North of Goa, which is also called true Goa for its representation of authentic Goan heritage. Baga beach offers all the party lovers, a breathtaking experience. All the nights and days at Baga are filled with immense exhilaration. From authentic Goan cuisine to immaculate art and culture, Baga has something for everyone.

If you wish to get away from the party scene and relax, Goa offers that too, with its magical sea sides, Morjim beach and Mandrem beach. Foreign tourists are reminded of Caribbean at these moderately warm and calm beaches, with people just lazing around for the sun.

Calangute beach offers an array of water-sports for adventure lovers. Happening bars and local markets for casual shopping are other attractions at Calangute.


Other Must Visits

One of the oldest buildings in this sunshine city is the Secretariat. This heritage site is a projection of an intriguing combination of various cultural architectures.

Another attraction is the Alorna Fort, on the Chapora river banks. Foreign travelers love to explore this marvelous site. The serene atmosphere and tranquility of the river, offer a different experience, away from the hustling city.

The Arvalam Waterfalls, in close vicinity to the Rudreshwar Temple, makes up for a completely blissful atmosphere that one will cherish for the rest of your life.



Ingos and Mapusa are both eventful and pulsating flea markets selling everything from silverware to chunky jewelry and traditional handicrafts.

Most prominent and a must visit market is Apora. It is run by hippies who first came to Goa in the Seventies. It offers a delightful web of stalls, eateries and entertainment going through the night, which makes Goan night life a must have experience.


For Kids

Goa takes care of the interests of young tourists as well. Kids can enjoy a lot of wonderful excursions. The overwhelming waterfalls at Dudhsagar is a must visit site for kids as they can swim in lagoons and feed the resident monkeys for a zoo like experience.

Elephant rides, tiger spotting, and sleeping in a mud hut at the wild life sanctuaries are some of the real adventures that young ones can take pleasure in.


Foody Tales

Local eateries and fancy restaurants in Goa offer a wide variety of lip smacking flavors and cuisines from all around the world. Yet, for that taste of genuine Goan food, the must visits are the stalls run by localities that know and understand the authenticity of ingredients and spices used.

One of the main staples of restaurants in Goa is fresh seafood, which is caught by local fishermen on a daily basis. Kokum and coconut are other vital ingredients for most of the Goan preparations.

Prawn curry with rice, fish curry, beef fry, chicken xacuti and egg curry are some of the must have Konkani delicacies.


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