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Goa Tourism-A Paradise With Emerald Water And Silvery Sandy Beaches

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A paradise wherethe sun shinesbright and the sand sparkles likegold and is also known as ‘THEPEARL OF THE ORIENT’.Travel Goa, the coastal paradise located in South Western India is popular for its sun kissed sandy beaches, easygoing life style, fenni and various fairs and festivals.

Goa is located on the western coast

of India in the coastal belt known as 

Konkan.

Goa was liberated with India by the Indian army from Portuguese colonization on Dec

.19,1961

 and became an Union Territory wi

th Daman and Diu. In 1981 Goa was conferred statehood and became the 25 state of the Indian Republic.

Panaji is the state capital located on the banks of Mandovi river and Vasco,MargaoMapusa and Ponda are other major towns.

The sight of dolphins is very common in Goa.

Goa is an ultimate destination for those seeking music

, dance and festivity. It has much to offer to everyone.

ACCOMMODATION

There are a variety of accommodation facilities available in Goa from star hotels to beach resorts and hut retreats. Moreover, there are many other hotels catering to the needs of bu

dget tourists.

RECREATION

Most of the tourists visit Goa for the Goa Carnival, held every year in October,

which is full of music, dance and color. Goans have contributed greatly to the world of music.

Famous singers such as Lata Mangeshkar, Kishori Amonkar in classical and Remo Fernandes in pop music are from Goa.

Moreover, one can also enjo

y treking, camping, safari and various adven

ture sports in Goa.

BEACHES

Goa has one of the finest beaches of t

he world. The picturesque panoramic

beaches of Goa beckon tourists from all

round the globe. One can enjoy camping, water skiing, fishing, scuba diving and other water sports at all the beaches of Goa. the 11 famous beaches of goa are

  1. Anjuna beach
  2. Palolem beach
  3. Candolim beach
  4. Bogmalo beach
  5. Aquada beach
  6. Colva beach
  7. Vagator beach
  8. Calangute beach
  9. Dona Paula beach
  10. Baga beach
  11. Agonda

SITE SEEING

TEMPLES- The temples of Goa are

like an essence of it’s Hindu culture.

One of the special features of Goan temples is the Lamp Tower or “Deepmal” or the “Deepa Stambha” rising anywhere from two to six storied high. This is said to be a Maratha influence.

The oldest temple in Goa is said to be the rock cut caves at Aravalem known as “Pandava Caves” dedicated to Lord Shiva and dating back to the 1st century AD. The major temples of goa are

  • Anant Narsinha Temple
  • Devkikrishna Temple
  • Mahalaxmi Temple
  • Mallikarjun Temple
  • Mahadeva Temple
  • Saptakoteshwar Temple
  • Ramnath Temple

CHURCHES- Goa has India’s some of the most beautiful churches. The Goithic style Portuguese architecture is really adorable and attractivetoo. Some of the churches of Goa are

  • St. Francis of Assissi Church
  • Bom Jesus Basillica
  • Church of our Lady OF Rosary
  • Santana Church
  • Se’ Cathedral
  • Church of St. Paul

MUSEUM- The museums of Goa are amajor tourist attraction sites, like

  • The Museum of blessed Joseph Vaz
  • Sound and Light Galary Museum
  • Naval Aviation Museum
  • Wax World Museum
  • Vintage Care Museum
  • Goa Science Centre
  • Kola Academy
  • Art Galleries
  • Forts

CUISINE

 

All types of Indian and intercontinental foods are available in Goa with the especiality being it’s delicious sea food. The staple food of Goa is fish and rice.

 

 

 

You can reach Goa by air and rail.

 

The peak tourist season to visit Goa is between October and January. However, Goa is at it’s most beautiful during the monsoons from June to September.

 

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