Goa

With the waves of Arabian Sea flickering on its western ends and with swaying palms and sands Goa without doubts has all the essential elements to attract tourist from across the world. Several tourists pack their bags for Goa to lose themselves in its beaches, monuments, festivals and other attractions. A solitary Portuguese outpost for almost 500 years, the influence of colonial rule can still be seen everywhere: in the exquisite, crumbling architecture, cuisine, bougainvillea-scented breeze, siesta-saturated Susegad.

Although Goa has so much to offer to every traveler whom it welcomes, the first explanation has always been about its beaches. With a long coastline of around 125 km, Goa possesses an unavoidable charm of its multitude of beaches. Beaches in the north are known for their fun and frolic parties and usually stay crowded. If you want serenity and solace, then south Goa beaches are the thing for you. The churches in Goa are regarded as important institutions. They are the ones which are carrying forward Portuguese legacy. They can be said to be the rich examples of Portuguese style of architecture. Basilica of Bom Jesus is the most revered one.

The tiny state on India’s western coastline Goa is a scenic paradise for merrymakers and leisure lovers.