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Lying on the western coast, Goa is India’s smallest state and unlike any other, known for its endless beaches, stellar nightlife, eclectic seafood, and world-heritage-listed architecture. Spread across just 3,702 km, Goa lies in the Konkan region. It is a far cry from the hippie haven or a beach getaway, and one of the only few destinations that are open 24×7. The laid-backness of Goa attracts as many international tourists as it does Indians, or even more so.

The Goans are quite friendly towards tourists and celebrate many festivals throughout the year, the most famous being the New Year and Goa Carnival. While the seafood is excellent, Goa has one of the best nightlife in India with trendy bars, beach shacks, elegant cafes, and many clubs and discotheques. Thanks to lower alcohol prices in the state, Goa is also great for younger tourists with relatively tighter pockets.

Panjim, the capital city located in the center overlooks the calm Mandovi River where the famous floating casinos of Goa are docked. The center is well-connected with an international airport and roads and trains run from the North to South part of Goa. With a coastline stretching for over 100 kilometers, Goa has stunning beaches. While Baga and Calangute are more popular among the Indian family crowd, Anjuna and Arambol draw a lot of foreign tourists. The beaches in South Goa are relatively lesser explored, but some of them like Agonda and Palolem are more beautiful.

    Places to visit: 

  • Fun time in Calangute Beach
  • Fort Aguada
  • Dine on a Cruise
  • Water Sports in Goa
  • Behold to Dudhsagar Waterfalls
  • Adventures of Anjuna Beach
  • Chapora Fort
  • Thalassa
  • Basilica of Bom Jesus
  • Go Clubbing by the Baga Beach
  • Butterfly Beach
  • Divar Island
  • Scuba Diving in Goa
  • Go Shopping in Goa

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