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Goa is a western state of India and is the most popular tourist destination among Indians as well as foreign tourists. Panaji is the capital of Goa. It is famous for its beautiful beaches and nightlife. The best time to visit Goa is from October to March when the weather is gorgeous.

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Once the capital of the Portugese influence in India, today Goa stands as a truly picturesque land with churches in lush green gardens and beaches with white sand. On the Southwestern coast of India, it is one of the most popular if not the most popular beach destinations in India.

Even though Goa is the smallest city of the country, its per capita GDP is highest among all Indian cities. It is visited by a huge number of domestic and international tourists all year round who visit for its beautiful beaches that look into the Arabian Sea, its vibrant nightlife, Many places of worship, and the lovely architecture from a time long gone by.

Goa is a beautiful specimen of Portugese influences on Indian roots as it was controlled by the colonists for over 450 years. The city of Margao, hence, is very popular being dotted with the architecture that is listed as World heritage.

What is the best Time to Visit Goa?

While Goa is a place of perennial beauty and joy, the weather can impact how one wishes to explore the state. Here is what the weather of Goa is generally like across the year.

November to February
While the rest of the country has extreme heat blasting throughout, Goa has pleasant tropical weather. The temperature generally ranges between 19 and 24 degree-celsius. This is also wehn most beach parties and events are organised. The Christmas parties and New Year bash are known to be the best, owing much to the wonderful weather at the time.

July to October
July to October is when Goa experiences monsoon and the rainfall in the state is quite heavy. This isn’t the most ideal time to visit for those who are looking to go to the beach on a sunshine- y day. The sea levels are high which is why not many activities can take place and beach shacks remain closed. However, this is also the time when Goa’s natural flora shines the brightest. The temperature ranges between 22 and 29 degree-celsius while the humidity is higher than it is during winters.

March to June
The temperature ranges between 25 and 38 degree-celsius and as a result the weather of Goa is rather hot and humid during these months. However, being the months when most schools and colleges are off, this is often when domestic travellers flock here with families. All water sports and adventures are open, and in the beautiful waters of Goa they are more fun than anywhere else.

How to reach Goa?

By Air:

The Dabolim International Airport is well connected by air to all major cities in India, and several international flights also land here due to its popularity. The airport itself is located in the centre of the state of Goa, which means no part of the state is too far away no matter where your accommodation may be.

By Train:

The Margao Train station in the south of Goa is the most popular choice of travellers coming from other states. Many trains go through the station or pass by it on their journey, making it well connected within the IRCTC. Moreover, the trains almost always cross the Western Ghats on their way making the journey pleasant and filled with lovely sights.

By Bus:

There are two major Bus Terminals in Goa and these are well connected to the cities in nearby states. There are bus options like Sleeper, Seater, Air conditioned and Non air conditioned to choose from, and the tickets are likely to fit into everyone’s budget depending on the option they choose.

Once in Goa, the most recommended way of travelling is via rentals and Goa has a huge variety. All important bus terminals, train stations, and the airport are also well connected with local taxis.

What are the major attractions of Goa?

Goa has more than just beaches to see, and if you are keen on exploring the true vibe and essence of Goa, here are some places you should visit on your trip to Goa.

  • Basilica of Bom Jesus

    The Basilica of Bom Jesus is an important landmark as it signifies the arrival of Christianity in India- not as an idea of colonists but as a religion as people converted to it. The church is the resting ground for the remains of Saint Francis Xavier, and is also a UNESCO world heritage site having stood since 1594.

  • Fort Aguada

    There are a few forts in Goa, and all of them are quite popular with tourists as they stand next to serene and peaceful sites, offering a lovely view of the Arabian Sea. Fort Aguada is the most popular of these forts of Goa. It has its own historical relevance, having once served as a strategic defence fortification of the Portugese. It also has a lighthouse next door which gives this structure built in the year 1612 a contemporary ground to stand on.

  • Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception

    Located in the capital city of Panjim, the Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception is a popular Goan landmark. It is perched on top of the hill and requires the visitors to climb many stairs but the beauty of the church is truly rewarding. One can also recognise this popular church from its appearance in several Bollywood movies.

  • Anjuna Flea Market

    The Anjuna Flea Market is an experience like no other; after all where else can you find a flea market on the shores? It is filled with everything imaginable- from spices of Kerala to handmade trinkets and jewellery to even second hand cellphones. There are few things you cannot find in this market that is set up every week on Wednesday.

  • Se Cathedral

    The Se Cathedral is one of the largest churches in all of Asia, and was built over a period of 80 years. Its history also has a murky past as it was built by the Portuguese after killing off the Muslim rulers of the area.

  • Church of Saint Cajetan

    This church is a major attraction as it has architectural similarities to Saint Peters Basilica of Rome. Why that is, you must find out when you visit!

  • Butterfly Conservatory of Goa

    When you are done seeing the bright lights of Goa and wish to take a walk with nature, you should step into the Butterfly Conservatory of Goa that is spread across 4000 square-metres that house over a hundred different species of butterflies.

  • Sri Mahadeva Temple

    This very old temple that is dedicated to Lord Shiva is a reminder of the Western Ghats amidst Goa’s beachy terrain. It is believed that the temple was built by King Ramachandra of the Yadava Dynasty, and is made of Basalt rocks that are believed to be from the Deccan Plateau.

  • Monastery of Saint Augustine

    The Monastery of Saint Augustine was built in the 17th century by those who were believed to be Augustine friars. It stands in ruins today, yet it is a grandiose structure that enamours many who visit. While the tower of the church is utterly dilapidated, it can be spotted from a distance nevertheless.

  • Savoi Plantation

    The Savoi Plantation is an organic farm spread over 40 hectares of land. There are many spices, fruits, and vegetables that are grown on the plantation, and guests learn all about these through the informative guided tour. The Savoi Plantation is one of the few places where you can come very close to the natural, untouched, and pristine hinterland of Goa.

Final thoughts on travel to Goa

After learning all about the vibrant culture and life that Goa has to offer- its many beaches and forts, as well as historical sites- all that awaits you is a magical adventure to this mini wonderland. Book your cheap tickets to Goa in advance to get the best flight offers.


Frequently Asked Questions on Travel to Goa

How much does an economy class ticket usually cost to Goa?

Average round-trip flights from Canada to Goa cost around CAD 1400 during low season travel.

What Is the best time to fly to Goa?

Best time to fly to Goa is from October to March when the weather is beautiful.

Which airline shall I fly if I need to do my customs and immigration at Goa?

You can fly on Qatar airways if you need to do customs and immigration at Goa airport.

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