Goa- A Pocket-Sized Fairyland Of India

Sharmistha Sinha
Mar 31, 2020   •  1 view

If you want to rejuvenate yourself alone or want a hang-out

with friends or family what could be the better choice than

the beaches of Goa.


With a prior history as a colony of Portuguese, the smallest

 state in India is extended in the coastal lines stretching along the

Arabian Sea. Indian paradise attracts more visitors,, especially between

 Oct-May. You can take a bike on rent and have the pleasure of spending a few relieving days visiting the....

Dudhsagar falls- 60 km. Away from the capital Panaji, the four-tiered waterfall is worth visiting for the visitors.




Aguada Fort- Hire a bike and hang out the 17th-century Portuguese fort. Retreat the lighthouse on Sinquerim beach with overlooking the view of the Arabian Sea.

Basdilica of Bom Jesus-Best bike rental company like Sun bike rental, LWAG GOA  will add little extra thrill in your expedition offering you bike on rent at the marginal rate. Explore the Roman Catholic basilica, the world heritage site hold the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier.

Calangute Beach-You can enjoy sunbath and exotic scenic beauty on the wonderful beach.

Dona Paula Beach-Splendid ocean view from Zuari River exerts a pull on the huge visitor for exciting water sports and souvenir shops.

Chapora Fort- Don't forget to take a round to the center of attraction, high rise on Chapora River.

Se Cathedral- Archdiocese of Goa and Daman located in old Goa.

Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary- You can take our guided tour to explore the numerous spice plantations of estuarine mangrove and a wide variety of birds dwelling alongside the lap of nature.

Mangueshi Temple- Believed an incarnation of Lord Shiva the most famous among the temples.


Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church-A beautiful blend of Portuguese-Baroque and Goan style

Shanta Durga Temple

Deltin Royale- Among the great number of casinos one of the famous live casinos located offshore in a yacht open for the travelers to try their luck.

Arjuna Beach- Hire a bike to take a night ride of ramble parties and vivacious nightlife.

Goa State museum- A gallery of remains and illustrations from ancient history, archaeology, art and craft.

 The list doesn’t end here. Vagator Beach Road, Baga Beach, Cabo de Rama, Colva Beach Road, Butter fly beach are the famed tourist spots across the state of Goa. The destinations are swarming with the Mouthwatering food corner and cafeteria offering fish, pork meat.

Anjuna market, Baga night market, Margao market, Mackie Night bazaar offer pocket-friendly stuff. Buying handy-crafts and cashew-nut items will not put much pressure on your pocket. Some iconic food joint and multi-cuisine relishing your taste will break the monotonousness of regular diet are- Hunger break open 24x7, copper leaf, Amavi by Sumera, Sea- Breeze, Relish, Pousada by the Beach, Spice Goa etc. Last but not the least Goa –carnival


 is the most famous fiesta attracts thousands and lakhs

Of tourists in February worth visit at least once in your life.