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Travel Guide To Goa

Travel Guide To Goa

Backpackers Travel Guide To Goa - From Paradise To Luxury Holiday


Palm-shaded seashores, fresh coconut curries and a rich cultural diversity make Goa the laid-back idyll of India. A walk through a Goa town will open your eyes and your heart. Sacred cows mingle and blend with auto rickshaws and bench-seated envoy taxis while shopkeepers and market stall traders make a pleasant offer for your attention. Hindu shrines and Catholic churches rub shoulders with the remainders of the hippy trail culture. 


Sand and ocean get everyone's attention and there's a sea shore for each and every mood – from family-friendly Calangute to heartfelt Cola and Palolem in the south or the remote Agonda fishing sea shore. Old Goa is really worth a visit, with its towering cathedrals of God and Portuguese design & architecture. Goa is delegated a biodiversity area of interest, with vanilla-scented spice plantations, coconut forests, paddy fields, bird-clustered riverbanks and sensational waterfalls further inland. 

Reasons why you should visit Goa? 

All you have to hire a motorbike and flash between beaches or deal like a local at the infamous Anjuna market. Whether you fall in love for a fragrant sandalwood cutting, a lounger based afternoon spent listening to the waves or a deliciously fresh curry served from a sea shore shack, Goa will charm you with its beauty and make your trip fully enjoyable.

Best time to go there? 

Goa enjoys a tropical hot and moist environment for a most of time through the year. May is the most hottest month at 35°C during the day. The storm season begins toward the beginning of June and goes on until late September. However, winter temperatures of 29°C and a abundance of charter flights make October to March the best an ideal time to travel. Plan ahead and increase your budget if you aren’t have any problem to visit during the peak time period of Christmas and New Year. 

How to arrive? 

Goa is served by Dabolim Airport, only south of the capital Panjim. Goa is well-connect and easy to reach this places from across the world. For all those, who are planning to visit there. Just book air india reservations online and save up to 40% off on each booking to this worthy place.

However, during the off-season, you can travel to Mumbai and book a connecting flight to Goa, which should take around 60 minutes. On the other hand, use the Konkan rail route. 


Hyderabad to Goa By BUS:

There are several buses that run between Hyderabad and Goa . After the ease of intra-state and inter-state travel post Covid-19 lockdown, one can easily book buses from Hyderabad to Goa using BestBus website. However, the travel rules may change and we recommend you to check out the official website of respective states for detailed information


Should See Places :

Beside the sea shores, there are a lot of must-sees in Goa. Old Goa is worth a visit for its religious relics, or you can go on a boat outing on the Mandovi River at sunset, entertained by Goan people music. Get a deal at Wednesday's Anjuna market or a tailored Indian cotton shirt from Candolim's talented tailors – costs are surprisingly reasonable. Goans realize how to party - join an fantastic full moon party around a campfire on Anjuna Beach or get cleared alongside the folk dances during Goa Carnival Week in February.

Last words

I hope you love to read the above article, and it will encourage you and boost your enthusiasm to visit this place as soon as possible. So, just start planning for your getaway and visit and find out the cheap flight ticket to Bergerac from the nearest airport of your city and grab some amazing and enticing offers and save up to 40% off on each booking. So, book now and surprise your family with a holiday trip and start enjoying while spending quality time over there.



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