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Go once and keep returning forever

Sizzling Beaches, Cafes, Nightclubs, Fishing boats, Heritage, Bars, Great Views

Everything they say is true: With every year, Goa is getting more crowded. Add to that, the beaches are overrun with sellers and hawkers, selling an assortment of sarongs, anklets, foot massages and more potent stress relievers. And yes, a lot of the food served might not be the best, although there is always some delicious food that await those who are ready to experiment and go the distance. But truth be told, a holiday in Goa is about staying immobile, unless it is to take a dip in the ocean, or order another tall glass of beer or juice. Post sun-set, shower off the sand, and spend the night dancing till the dawn of next day or at at a beach shack, with your toes in the sand. It’s like they say, Goa is a state of mind—and a quintessentially Indian travel experience.

How to get there:
  • By Air: Nearest airport is Goa International Airport
  • By Rail: Nearest railway station is Thivim Railway Station, Goa
  • By Road: Pune (440 Km); Mysore (619 km); Mumbai (570 km)
Best time to visit:
  • Summers (March - June): 25°C- 45°C
  • Monsoon (July- September): 24°C- 32°C
  • Winter (November - February): 11°C- 3°C
  • Best time to Visit: October to March
V Recommended: Food to eat
Goan Food
The divine promise of platefuls of fresh seafood is what set Goan cuisine apart from the rest of the country. Influenced by various elements of its history, including its Hindu origins and four hundred years of Portuguese colonialism, the cuisine of the state is a mixed bag of flavours, dishes and techniques. In fact, no other cuisine in the country can claim to have so many contrasting influence .
V Recommended: Things to buy
Shopping in Goa
From bottles of feni (liquor distilled from coconut milk or cashews) and packets of locally grown spices. you can find almost anything in the state of Goa. The state offers equally good bargains in flea markets and designer boutiques and Goa markets, unsurprisingly, are thronged by foreigners and locals shopping for brassware, shell work, terracotta, carved furniture, bamboo work, crochet, among o .
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