Goa is a tiny Indian state, which is located in the Western region of the Indian subcontinent and is popularly known as the “Rome of the East.” It has the 4th smallest population. It has numerous islands and is enclosed by Maharashtra to its North and Karnataka to its east & south. The western coast of Goa is formed by the Arabian Sea. The natives of that state are called Goan and the languages they use are Konkani and Marathi. The official language is English.
Goa covers an area of about 3,702 km2. Goa is one of the major tourist destinations of India with its palm fringed coastline and beautiful water bodies. It is geographically located in the coastal region and is known as the Konkan strip. It has a coastline of about 101 km. There are nearly 90 riverine islands, 8 marine and more than 40 estuarine in Goa. The entire navigable length of rivers in Goa is about 253. More than hundred medicinal springs and three hundred tanks were built during the period of the Kadamba dynasty.+ Read More
Goa being located near the Arabian Sea and in the tropical zone, experience tropical monsoon. The climate in Goa remains hot and humid throughout the year. May is the hottest month with the temperature of more than 35 °C and high humidity. It experiences monsoon rains in the early part of June till late September. The winter in Goa is experienced from mid December to February. Therefore, the climate of Goa remains suitable throughout the year to have a memorable holiday.
Goa is an irresistible travel destination located in India, which is frequented by numerous tourists from all across the globe. Goa has mesmerizing landscape and offers a treat to the nature and adventure enthusiasts. It is a perfect place to spend relaxed moments on the sunny beaches amidst tranquility and nature. One can carry adventurous sports in the sparkling waters of Goa.- Read Less
Our group tours in India are peppered with local experiences - watch dhobis in action at the ghats, experience village life in Bharatpur, see jalebi's being made street side, learn how to wrap a sari or a turban in Alsisar, celebrate Holi - the nation's most exciting festival of colour and ride a rickshaw through Old Delhi.
Coming to the palm-fringed state of Goa is like coming to an indistinguishable boundary, where, in no way can you save yourself from having fun. All whitewashed, ornate churches mark this landscape very prettily. Visittnt will take you deeper into this rich land that beats to the tune of the Goan psychedelic spell, where moods are high by the little shots of 'feni' which is Goa's national drink. It is a place that is magical as Aladdin's Lamp and unique as the Great China Wall.