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Goa is a Vistara City

About Goa

The sun-kissed beaches and sandy shores of Goa attract millions of tourists from around the world. But, it isn’t all about the beaches. A former Portuguese colony, Goa is a kaleidoscopic medley of cultures, histories and experiences topped off with delectable local cuisine and pure vintage charm.

While different beaches and the hidden coves of Goa are some of its biggest draws, the place is dotted with old colonial mansions, Portuguese ruins, impressive baroque architecture, stunning churches and spice farms.

To get around in Goa, you have the option of taking a bus, taxi or an auto. But, hiring a two-wheeler is one of the cheapest and most convenient ways to travel in Goa.

Goa is great all year round, but the best time to visit it is during the months of December, January and February, when the famous Goa Carnival takes place. 

About Goa Airport

Goa is home to two major airports, namely Goa International Airport, and the recently inaugurated New Goa Manohar International Airport.

New Goa Manohar International Airport is located in Mopa, North Goa. The most popular attractions, Candolim beach and Baga Beach, are easily accessible from this airport.

Goa International Airport is also known as Dabolim Airport. The nearest city, Vasco da Gama is only 4 km away, while it is 30 km from Panjim, Goa’s capital city.  

Discover Goa any time of the year with Vistara!

  • 1. The beaches -

    Visit North or South beaches, depending on what kind of experience you are looking for. While North Goa has the most popular beaches, vibrant nightlife, shopping and liveliness, South Goa offers quieter beaches, luxurious resorts, scenic drives and tranquillity. Anjuna, Candolim and Colva are some of the most popular beaches that shouldn’t be missed.

  • 2. Basilica of Bom Jesus -

    One of the most famous Roman Catholic churches in the world, it contains the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier — a 16th Century apostle and Jesuit missionary. The late-Renaissance structure is also noted for its Doric, Ionic and Corinthian designs.

  • 3. Khandepar Caves -

    These rock-cut caves dating back as early as 10th century is one of Goa’s oldest historical ruins.

  • 4. Braganza House –

    A 17th Century Portuguese mansion-turned-museum that displays ornate Belgian glass chandeliers and interesting artefacts from Portugal, Macau, China and Europe.

  • 5. Dudhsagar Falls -

    This is India’s second highest waterfall and a must-see spot in Goa. And while you are at it, don’t miss the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary.

  • Activities

    Besides spending time at the beach, there’s a lot to do in Goa. You can go on fishing trips, indulge in adventure sports like paragliding, scuba diving, river rafting or enjoy a leisure river cruise. The months of December, January and February also witness different types of events, festivals and carnivals.

  • Shop

    Goa’s shopping scene is best known for its amazing flea markets and night markets that sell junk jewellery, colourful clothes, brassware and more at bargain prices.

  • Eat

    Explore the beach-side food shacks to sample local seafood delicacies or head to the restaurants to taste the rich and satisfying Konkani and Goan Catholic cuisines. Many clubs, pubs and eateries run by foreign immigrants offer international as well as fusion food. 

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