Goa Travel Tips
The state of Goa, the former colonial Portuguese outpost for nearly 500 years, is home to white sand beaches, ancient churches, cobblestone streets, and one of the most notoriously wild party scenes in the world. While vestiges of the hippie haven of the 1960s and 70s remain, the coastal state has plenty more to offer the intrepid traveler.
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Goa may have some of the most beautiful beaches in India, but the state has so much more to offer than lazing away in the sun (though the sun bathing is definitely a draw). For those looking for a ...
The state of Goa, the former colonial Portuguese outpost for nearly 500 years, is home to white sand beaches, ancient churches, cobblestone streets and one of the most notoriously wild party scenes ...
Long before the flower children stormed the white sand beaches of the Indian state of Goa in the 1960s, setting off a tourist occupation that has lasted ever since, Goa drew the attention of another ...
Written by Lydia, January 2013
has been luring in travelers with its long stretches of sandy real
estate since its heyday in the 1960s and 70s, and while the crowd may
have diversified to include more than just hippies, ...
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Experience Goa by Night!
Enjoy a private evening tour of Goa beginning with a scenic cruise on the Mandovi River while watching cultural performances. Then, tour Panaji by private vehicle and by foot. Visit several religious sites including the Mae De Deus Church, the Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Church and the Maruti Temple situated on the hilltop of the Altinho neighborhood.