Goa is the ultimate beach destination for beach bums not only in India, but across the globe. The beaches, the water sports, the culture and the great food, together, concoct a plan to give you a craving for a Goa visit every year. Goa is extremely beautiful in the monsoon as the rain does makes everything more beautiful, and the beaches are a million times more enchanting.
THE ART of TRAVEL
Another great way to discover the landscape of Goa is to go for a cycling tour. After you have explored its beaches and tried various adventure sports, you still have a plenty of attractions to visit and the Goan culture to learn about. What could be a healthier way to explore the fascinating state than doing it while cycling.
Old Goa church trips
India's most-loved beach destination, Goa has much more than sea, sand, seafood and, of course, the Sun, to keep one coming back for more. Old Goa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is home to several magnificent churches and cathedrals. A region that enthralls tourists with its calm, beautiful buildings surrounded by huge swathes of green landscapes, that and more is Old Goa.
India's most popular beach destination, Goa attracts local and international tourists all year round but only a llimited number of people spend their time outside of the beaches. Enjoy another side of nature in Goa by taking off on a scenic walk and trek. Set off to explore the forests of Mollem National Park around Dudhsagar Falls or make your way to Krishnapur Canyon through Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary.
White water rafting
Goa is a super-awesome beach destination, known for its bustling beaches, pristine shoreline, astounding nightlife, and enthralling water sports. The most enthralling water sports in Goa include paragliding, scuba, snorkeling, and banana boat ride. But the one that tops the list is white water rafting. Rafting in Goa in the Mhadei River is highly popular among adventure junkies and brave heart travelers.