Scuba Diving & Snorkeling
You can enjoy this scuba diving in Goa, which has become a favorite for the marine lovers today. You will discover most Scuba Diving activities in Grande Island, just 45 KMs far away from Calangute beach.
One local activity you ought to enjoy straight out in Goa is Water Sports. So, if you are up for water jets, wind sailing, water skiing, parasailing, etc., you would not be disappointed by the excellent options that North of Goa, especially the Calangute Beach has to offer.
Fishing in Goa could be a pleasing remedy for you. You can hire a boat from the many boat owners and go fishing.
Bathing with Elephants
Your holiday will not be complete in Goa without a trip to the wildlife sanctuary. Whether you are in the East of Goa or North of Goa, you should surely not miss opportunities to have a bath with these heavenly animals.
The Dabolim Airport, just 30 kilometers from the state’s capital, Panjim, is well connected by daily flights from New Delhi, Hyderabad, Cochin, Bangalore, Chennai, and Mumbai.
Madgaon and Thivim are the two major railheads in Goa, and they are well connected by trains from all over the country.
There are many public and private bus operators in Goa, which offer options for intra-city and intercity conveyance. Government-run public transports that operate from Panaji, Vasco Da Gama and Madgaon are KSRTC, MSRTC, and KTC. Also, Goa enjoys daily bus service from cities like Mumbai and Pune.
Beauty and the Beach
Red cliffs, jagged boulders, and fabulous restaurants combine to form captivating Anjuna beach. Lots of water sports make Baga beach adorable to adventure lovers. Serenity and calmness are the positives of Candolim beach and head straight to the Calangute beach if you want to see the Hippie culture. The hallmarks of Majorda beach are Cleanliness and natural beauty.
Old Goa Churches & its History
One of the finest UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in Old Capital of Goa dates from the times of the Portuguese Regime. One of the churches known as the Basilica is well-known for holding the remains of St. Francis Xavier. The location provides visitors a feeling of the Portuguese time.
Shri Mangeshi Temple, Ponda
Considered to be the most important temple in Goa, and dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple is very identifiable with its white towers, welcoming at the entrance. Shri Mangeshi Temple is just 22 km from Panjim and 25 km from Margao. It is one of most frequently visited temples in Goa.
Very popular and mirror the ethnic culture of Goa. Here lots of items available at affordable prices, such as antiques, beach wear, junk jewelry, Tibetan handicrafts, Kashmiri crafts, brassware and much more.
Prawn Rava Fry
Beef chilly fry
Cashew Nuts or Feni
At this market, you can buy antiques, textiles, Goan pottery, spices, traditional handicrafts, fruits, sausages, homemade pickles and more. The Mapusa Market shuts down by sunset, so make sure you plan your day accordingly.
Calangute Market Square
One of the top markets in Goa is a great shopping place to buy trinkets and sarongs made of sea shells as souvenirs from a perfect beach holiday. Besides you can also go for metal, leather and clay items, accessories, carpets and textiles at this market
Mackie’s Night Bazaar
Situated in the heart of the most happening nightlife places of Goa, Mackie’s is surely a must visit on any trip to Goa. Mackie’s Night Bazaar is lined with stalls selling a huge range of souvenirs and gift items.
Anjuna Flea Market
This market provides an abundance of local handicrafts, footwear, beachwear, clothes, spices, artificial jewelry, and accessories. Remember to bargain on prices here to get a good deal.
LA PLAGE- Morjim
Surya Beach Cafe -Galgibag beach
Zoori’s - Anjuna
Chocolate soufflé, Milkshakes, and juices