Where the sand and sea meets for party nights! 

The main attractions or the prominent tourist places in Goa are its beaches and heritage sites.  Goa has a total number of 25+ beaches. Each beach is unique in its own ways. The Goan coastline is stretched over 100kilometres with endless beaches. Among Goa beaches, Baga and Calangute are more popular among local tourists, beaches like Anjuna and Arambol attract a large number of foreign tourists. Sadly the South Goa beaches like Agonda and Palolem are less explored but are more beautiful.  In fact, this international tourist destination has beaches that are perfect for partying and also beaches that are secluded as well as peaceful; perfect for a relaxed weekend!

The sightseeing options in Goa are plenty and among them, the most exquisite one is cruising! If you are looking for a Cruise in Goa, get ready to be pampered with choices. A unique way to spend your holiday, there is a wide range of cruise options available here. Choosing a cruise of your choice will help you to spend your holiday in the most fascinating ways. The different types of the cruise include House Boat Cruise, Dinner Cruise, Casino Cruise, Catamaran Cruise, Sunset Cruise, Champagne Breakfast Cruise, Personal Cruise, Free Spirit Cruise, Island Cruise, and more. Depending upon your interest and choice, you can choose a Cruise in Goa for a splendid vacation!

Top attractions in Goa

  1. Panjim


    Panjim, the state capital of Goa is one of the most prominent attractions protected by hill forts. During November, Panjim gains attention from movie-lovers as the town hosts the International Film Festival of India or IFFI. A major attraction of Goa is The Basilica of Bom Jesus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and St. Francis Assisi church.

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  2. Fort Aguada 

    Fort Aguada 

    Perched on the Sinquerim beach, Fort Aguada is an architectural wonder that attracts people around the globe.   The visitors of the fort are always stunned by the beauty of the lighthouse and the view of the beautiful Arabian sea.

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  3. Galgibaga Beach 

    Galgibaga Beach 

    This beach is famous for being the breeding grounds of Olive Ridley Turtles otherwise known as Pacific Turtles. The beach doesn’t offer activities that interest tourists but anyone would love to sit and indulge in the beauty of the place.

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  4. Palácio do Deão

    Palácio do Deão

    The stunning colonial architecture Palácio stands-out at Quepem. A guided tour followed by a delicious Goan lunch, dinner, or tea (as per timing) at the terrace overlooking the river makes your visit even more beautiful.

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  5. Calangute and Baga Beach

    Calangute and Baga Beach

    Music, pubs, and beaches make Calangute astounding. Baga is the extension of Calangute and is known for its picturesque scenery. The rocks and vegetation along with the tidal river that meets the sea is a refreshing site for tourists. The brightly colored fishing boats are the main attraction of the beach.

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  6. Anjuna


    Anjuna is one of the prettiest villages in Goa. Once a party-town, Anjuna is known for the full-moon parties, hippie- travelers, and romantic beach. The city is perfect to relax and enjoy the sea.

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Best Time To Visit Goa

Winter is the best time to visit Goa. The winter season falls from November till mid-February. During monsoon, heavy rainfall can hinder sightseeing and during summer it will be too hot to walk around.

How To Reach Goa

Goa International Airport is situated at Dabolim. The airport is connected with all the major domestic and International Airports. From the airport, tourists can hire taxis/ rickshaws as per their choice.

  • By Rail: Goa's main railway stations are Madgaon and Vasco-da-Gama. The railway stations are linked with other stations in the country. From the railway station, tourists can hire taxis/ rickshaws as per their choice.
  • By Road: Goan roadways are connected with National Highways. State-run and private buses conduct daily services to Goa from other parts of the country. Since the roadways are well-maintained, tourists can reach Goa in their private vehicles.