Goa Tourism

Goa Tourism

Stretches of endless silver sand and white surf beaches wetted by the rush of the 'azure' arabian sea, the revelling of late nights over the local feni brew, the tarvernas, white churches and temples resting against plush green padding fields and coconut trees, the nostalgic atmosphere, longer days of sun, sand and sea, in other words -- Welcome to Goa.

Located on the west coast of India, Goa is the smallest state of India by area and the fourth smallest state of the nation by population. It has the state of Maharashtra on the north, Arabian Sea on the west and Karnataka bounds it on the eastern and southern side. However, Goa’s significance in the world go much beyond that as it is regarded as one of the most popular tourist destinations not only in India but throughout the world. In fact, Goa sits right there at the top among the most sought after tourist destinations in the world. Goa travel has a lot to offer for the tourists as it is a place that boasts a perfect blend of tradition and modernity.

But there's so much more than the sun, sand and trance. The allure of Goa is that it remains distinct from the rest of the other Indian states, and is yet small enough to get hold of and explore in a myriad of different ways. Its not just the familiar remnants of European colonialism that make Goa seem so accessible, but rather the prevalence of Christianity and some form of socio-political progressiveness that tourists most notably Westeners, can relate to. Although Hindus outnumber Catholics by 70-30, there are more skirts and pants than saris, and its people display a sense of liberality and civility which you'll be hard pressed to find elsewhere in India. Goa is perhaps the only place in India where shorts and tank tops and skimpy outfits are not frowned upon anywhere except at religious locations.

Facts at a Glance
Country: Goa, India

Area: 3660 sq km
Capital City: Panaji
Aiport: Dabolim (29kms from Panaji)
People: Goans
Language spoken: English is widely spoken and understood. Konkani (The Official State language) and Hindi are the other languages used for communication.
Religion: Hindu, Christian and Muslim
Time: Five and a half hours ahead of GMT.
Climate: Maximum temperature of 35 degrees Celsius. Minimum temperature of about 15 degrees Celsius. Rainfall is upto 900 mm in the monsoons (June-August).

Package Exclusions:

Cabins are subject to availability
Port & handling charges 1500 per person per night
Holiday surcharge is applicable on selected departures
Any other meals
All other than those listed in above inclusions
Government service tax extra

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