- Destination Plan
- Tourist Attractions
Goa is the smallest state of India and the largest in attracting the tourist. It is the place for the best beaches of the world and people visit it for holidays. The capital of Goa is Panji. The local festivals celebrated are the Christmas, Diwali, Shigmo, Easter, Dasara, Chavoth, etc. Goa Travel Guide includes the beaches, forts, museum and sanctuaries. The tourist places of the Goa are the Sernabatim Beach, Naval Aviation Mueseum, Chapora Fort, Dudhsagar Waterfall, and Church of St. Francis of Assisi.
The Sernabatim Beach is an extension part of the Colva Beach. The beach is an ideal place for swimming and it is cleaner and quieter in comparison to the other beaches. It looks marvelous at the time of sunset.
Naval Aviation Beach:-
The museum is the second in this variety; first one is the Air Force Mueseum, Delhi. The museum contains the dresses that the soldiers wear and the weapons used by them.
The fort is situated at the top of a hillstock having slopes on all the sides. It is first noticed in the movie “Dil Chahta Hai”, but now it is the main attraction of the visitors.
The waterfall is located sixty kms away from Panjim. It is the fifth highest waterfall in India in which water falls from the height of 310 metres. It is the best place to enjoy the beauty of nature.
Church of St. Francis of Assisi: –
The church was built by Portuguese in the year 1660. The church is now the part of attractions of Goa and contains the old painting and sculptures.
Essence of Goa
Best time to visit Goa: October to February
Seasons: Summer (March-June), Winter (November-February), Monsoon (July-October)
Languages: English, Konkani, Marathi, Portuguese
Climate: Maritime climate
Cuisine: Different country foods
Temperature: Winter (3° C to 11° C) & Summer: (25° C to 35° C)
Religions: Sikhism, Hindus, Islamic, Jainism