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Goa ‘Pearl of the Orient’

Shavi | 21st Aug 2020

The country’s smallest state and famed for its colonial Portuguese and Catholic past, most tourists visit Goa for its endless selection of sandy beaches and coastal attractions. Standing proudly next to the Arabian Sea, Goa is a particularly compact state and often feels like a large town, being easy to travel to most locations around the state by bus, car, taxi or auto-rickshaw.

Two of the most notable locations within Goa are Panaji (the capital city) and also Vasco da Gama, Goa’s biggest town. However, it is the many beach resorts of Goa that have become the tourist hotspots, where bamboo beach shack accommodations can be found and water sports enjoyed. The beaches of Baga and Calangute are especially popular all through the year.

Around Goa, tourists will soon realise that the state has much more to offer than simply stunning beaches, fishing, water scooters, windsurfing, and scuba diving. Goa has become famous throughout the region for its many night-long open-air raves, which are particularly popular and both Anjuna and Vagator.

Further tourist attractions in Goa include elephant rides, football matches at Margao’s Fatorda Stadium, many wildlife sanctuaries, bullfighting, nightclubs, fine dining, and pleasure boat cruises, where you are often able to spot dolphins and porpoises. The best, and most popular, time to visit Goa is during the cooler months of November to March when the weather is wonderful, rain is a distant memory, and the seas are calm and clear.

Goa is home to a surprising number of cultural attractions and tourists can enjoy a number of quality museums and local Indian art galleries. Highlights include information about Goa’s history and past at the Archaeological Museum and Portrait Gallery, various artefacts and old photographs at Panaji’s State Museum, weaponry exhibits at the Naval Aviation Museum, various antiques and carvings at the Museum of Goa Daman and Diu, and some impressive paintings at the Art Chamber, next to Calangute Beach.

To get to Goa by air, Regular cheap flights to Goa are available all year long from various locations. With airlines like British Airways, Virgin Airlines, and Air India offering frequent cheap tickets to Goa, there is no dearth of flights in the city. With increasing options available for cheap air travel, flight tickets to Goa have now not only become affordable but also a preferred choice for all.

Oceans Travel offers you the best deals on cheap flights to Goa and provides you with the most comfortable trip. So avail our expert travel service and book your cheap flights to Goa.  

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