Indulge in the exotic rhythms of Goa
In Southwest India, you will find the smallest state of the country, one of its most popular destinations, which every year is full of life thanks to travelers who rush to get a taste of this exotic dream called Goa.
This trip will be an endless exploration full of pleasant surprises for all visitors. Cross the coast and discover on your way, all the heavenly beaches of the place. Make a stop at the popular Baga Beach, try windsurfing in the bustling Majorda or head to the quiet Patnem beach and Palolem beach to find peace on the white sandy beach and under the hot sun overlooking
the turquoise waters surrounded by towering coconut trees. In this place you will not be bored for a minute, as you can find activities for all tastes and preferences. Wander the vibrant Candolim to experience the local tradition and rock to its exotic rhythms, take a walk of cultural interest among the area's most important monuments such as the famous BomIsu church, try bungee jumping over the locals' favorite, Lake Mayhem and a romantic boating on the river Sol. Being guided by your good mood, get ready for an exciting journey that promises you countless experiences and pleasant memories.
Food and local cuisine
Another reason that travelers from all over the world love this destination is the special cuisine of the place. Traditional Indian flavors that combine plenty of spices, spicy aftertaste, fresh fruit, fresh fish and delicious game, are waiting for you to discover them one by one. Choose your favorite atmospheric restaurant overlooking the sea, trust the pleasant locals and get ready for a unique gastronomic trip.
The best season to visit Goa
The best time to travel to Goa in order to avoid the monsoons and enjoy the ideal temperatures is from December to April.
How to move around Goa
Transfer from/to Goa
In Goa you can travel by air as it has its own airport. The distance from the airport to the center takes about an hour and a half and you can travel there by local bus, taxi or rent a car.
You can use the local buses, taxis or rent a bicycle or car to get around Goa.