Favorite things to do in Goa
Goa is a ‘happy’ place, which is always full of surprises, attracting tourists from all over the world. Not only is it famous for its white beaches and nightlife, but it also has beautiful centuries-old churches, architecture, and beautiful, natural landscapes that add to its beauty. You will have a variety of refreshing activities, whether it is fun water sports on the beach or excursions in Old Goa, forcing people to make an annual holiday!
Here is a list of your favorite things to do in Goa:
Although it may sound like a cliché, there is more to Goa than its beaches, let’s start by exploring these:
The capital of Goa is located in the north of Goa on the banks of the sparkling river Mandovi. Where else can you find a beautiful white church, a red and gold temple, and large ochre-colored buildings with terracotta tiles all nestled on the edge of a green hill? Panjim manages to retain its colonial glory even today. Goa is one place where you can find floating casinos on the Mandovi river, which looks brilliant when lit up at night.
Immerse yourself in the fun of heritage, art, music, and food at the Old Latin Quarters – Fountainhas. Stroll the streets to find brightly painted buildings, restaurants, and art galleries.
Where else can you gaze upon miles and miles of endless sea than Goa. Although there are many beaches in Goa, some of the favorites are:
The beach here seems to be stretched with colorful shacks and beach umbrellas as far as the eye can see. Guests can relax for as long as they want, on beach chairs; Enjoy a variety of delicious food and drinks while you hang out!
This is where you can indulge in water sports like jet skiing, parasailing, boating, and more. Calangute beach is so popular with tourists that it can get crowded.
If you want quieter beaches with a laid-back vibe then they should be the beaches of Colva or Majorda. These are not very visible spots, with a greenish color around them and they are not filled. The sound of the waves crashing around you and the cool sand between your toes and the sky. Staying in North Goa and going to these beaches in South Goa is an experience in itself as you pass through the Goanese village of Salcate, past silent Churches, emerald gardens, spice gardens and forests.
Miramar beach – this beach is located in the north of Goa, although there are no shacks, restaurants, or water sports, it is a good place to stay in the evening. Enjoy the natural beauty, the sunset, and the cool breeze, as you watch the tourist boats pass by.
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