Blissful ride of Royal Enfield from the shore of Anjuna Beach to Velha Goa really got me going. As I was riding down the Portuguese walls from the site of Panjim where every landscape, buildings, houses changed and to give me a mist of company I had the stretch of Mandovi River while riding down the streets of serene villages like Ribander, until I attained the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Old Goa.
During my visit to Galjibag beach which is about 20 minutes drive from the south of Chaudi the most incredible thing I remember was its hospitality and serene ambiance. Since I have returned after my week long journey which was amazingly comfortable within the roof of South goa the thing I still look to consider are its brilliance settings.
Teso on the Waterfront
Mesmerizing front of Teso where stay would be more than an escape rejuvenates the mind of the travellers. Its luxurious spa service and amazing lifestyle where comfort comes knocking at your door speaks the calls of the Teso.
Nestled within the ambiance of Chapora River in Siolim Village the Waterfront of Teso is really a caramelising walk for nocturnal voyager where 7 luxurious air con tents conveys every reliable service to the passenger.
Swan yoga retreat which is located within the ambiance of Orchid land is filled with natural phenomenon and surrounding the site of the Orchid Land you will see ample of trees of Cashew, Banana, Papaya, Coconut, Mango, Teak and various other wild varieties which in turn compliment the beauty of the place.
Positioned to the south of Majorda beach and to the North of Colva Beach in South Goa, Utorda Beach is considered as one of the most astonishing beaches in the entire South Goa. The beach is festooned with long line of palm trees, azure waters, hospitable people and silvery sands making it one of the stunning and well facilitated beach sites ideal for a laid back vacation.
St. Catherine Chapel is the first ever Christian ecclesiastical structure to be constructed in the pristine state of Goa. Before it was a small but an elegant chapel situated at Old Goa. It is very unfortunate that very few people or tourists visit this Chapel, which is of great historical importance and The first ever Christian ecclesiastical structure to be built in Goa, was the small yet elegant St. Catherine's Chapel located at Old Goa. But unfortunately, very few people or tourists take note of this Chapel of immense historical significance.
The church is one of the prominent tourist attractions of Goa. Basilica of Bom Jesus holds the tomb and the mortal remains of St Francis Xavier, who is a former novice of St Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits). The saint’s body is still in very good condition even after more than 400 years, which is quite astonishing for many scientists. It is taken out and kept for public display once in every decade. 2004 was the year when the body was last removed and displayed.
Goa, the pristine state of India is also called with various names like "Pearl of the Orient" and a "Tourist Paradise" due to its tremendous ability to allure the tourists not only from India but from across the world. The state is also known as the party capital of India and is situated on the western coast of the country.
Many people think that Goa is just limited to its scenic beaches and sea, but there is lot more than just the beaches. The rich history and culture of Goa along with splendid architectural temples, churches and old houses have made the place a favorite among the travelers from every corner of the world. In order to witness the real glory of this place, one has to visit the inner regions Goa, away from the coastal area.
"The party capital of India, this little paradise on earth is a package full of surprises. You can find some brilliant food and drinks on happening beaches in both North and South districts of the place, and an equal number of unexplored, quiet beaches for an astoundingly calm experience. Another high point of Goa tourism is the rich Portuguese history. The city and people of Goa will welcome you with open arms."
Until 1961, Goa was under Portuguese rule and statehood was conferred to Goa only in the year 1987. While wondering around the towns of Goa, one can witness the Portuguese influence on its buildings, historic monuments, churches and culture. Goa is a perfect place to rejuvenate your body, mind and soul. Apart from this, adventure enthusiasts and party lovers can also have a quality time at this place. Goa is simply an outstanding place to witness the beauty of pristine beaches, heritage, culture, historical forts and churches, temples and more of all various facets of tourism, which has been successful to entice Indian tourists as well as tourists from abroad in a huge number.
Things to do here:
Goa is a place of fun and amusement, you can spend lovely days in the sun drenched beaches, party hard till mid night, explore the exotic wildlife and waterfalls, visit to the spice gardens, go for boating, enjoy fun-filled water sports and activities, visit to numerous tourist places, enjoy lots of shopping and enjoy the hospitality and the Goan cuisine. Goa offers you unlimited activities and affair to relish for lifetime.
How to Reach:
Goa is one among the top notch tourist places in India. It is well connected by all means of transportation facilities as it is largely visited by Indian tourists as well as tourists from different foreign countries.
By Air: Goa International Airport is at Dabolim, which is just 29 kms from Panaji. The airport is well connected by flights to the Indian cities as well as to international countries like UK, Germany and many others. Daily flight services are available from Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and other important cities of India.
By Train: Train is the second convenient means of transportation to Goa, though airways is the first and mostly preferred by tourists. Yet travelling by train to Goa is fun. Margoa and Vasco Da Gama are the important railheads and are in the Konkan railway line, well connected with all the important cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and many others.
By Road: Travelling by road is fun as you get ample time to see not just Goa but all the places that comes before heading finally to Goa. Kadamba bus stand is the main bus stand of the state and the state owned buses from Goa, Maharashtra and Karnataka operate from here. Tourists can travel in Valvo buses or can hire taxi to enjoy travelling to Goa by roadways.
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Divar Island is situated at a distance of 10 km from Panaji, the capital city of Goa. The island can be reached from two sides, both by ferry. The ferry on the south side of the island links the place with whereas the ferry on the north side links the place with Narve. The ferries from these places regularly leave for the island throughout the day, except for the rough weather during the monsoons. Along the way to the island through both the ferry crossings, one will come across the picturesque sights of the countryside of Goa, dotted with rice fields and wooded hills, before you get to the village of Piedade.
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Daman and Diu is the second smallest union territory of India, which is located on the west coast of the nation. Earlier, these two islands fell under the Portuguese rule for a period of around 450 years. The massive forts, magnificent cathedrals and other magnificent structures dotted along these islands reveals the rich and primeval charisma of its colonial era. Still, the main highlight of the Daman and Diu islands is its natural beauty. The glittering beaches of these islands are also very much popular among the tourists visiting this region. These beaches provide a wide variety of adventure water sports. With its pleasant climate, picturesque locations and peaceful surroundings, the islands of Daman and Diu have become the most favored destination among the domestic as well as the international tourists.
Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife sanctuary is the largest wildlife preservation among the four sanctuaries that are found in the state of Goa. The sanctuary extends over an area of about 240 sq. km and is placed amid the densely wooded forest area on the slopes of the Western Ghats. The densely wooded area of this sanctuary is a home to diverse variety of animals, birds and reptiles. Apart from the wildlife inhabitants living at this sanctuary there are other attractions at this place like the Devil's Canyon and the Dudhsagar Waterfalls. The Devil's Canyon also stands as a perfect watch tower from where you can observe the wild inhabitants of this sanctuary at a very close distance without disturbing them. The prime section of this sanctuary is the Mollem National Park. Unless you spend a couple of days at Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary, you will not be able to view most of the wildlife inhabitants at such a large area of the sanctuary.
The Dudhsagar Falls is one of the most fascinating falls in India and is also the largest as well as the highest fall in Goa. The fall rolls from a height of about 600 m and is situated on the border of Goa and Karnataka. The Dudhsagar Waterfalls is located at a distance of about 60 km from Panaji and about 10 km from Colem Railway Station.
The fall derived its name from the Konkani name for the falls, ‘Dudhsagar’, which means ‘sea of milk'. The name is given to the fall because of the clouds of milky foam which rises upwards from the bottom of the fall, which is formed due to
India has some of the best places for celebrating the grandiose celebrations of Christmas and New Year’s Eve but among all the places the land of sand, sun and surf has been winning the heart of people from across the globe as they throng to Goa in large number during the year ending vivacious celebrations.The excitement and enthusiasm that one can feel in Goa is really amazing with beautiful decorated churches, illuminated streets and beaches, night parties and most of all the hospitality and the warmth of the inhabitants which is truly awe inspiring. People indulge in thanks giving, sharing of varied gifts and family fun and entertainment.
Goa is a renowned travel destination with many picturesque and alluring coastlines. Among the many tranquil and charming beaches, Morjim beach is one of them located in North Goa in Pernem Taluka. Spead over 2-5 kms long, the serene coastline is further known as a conservation centre for Olive Ridley turtles for breeding. During the peak season it’s an unnatural sight to see the turtles hatching along the coastline and making their way again to the beach.
Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary is also known as Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary. Dr. Salim Ali is one of the renowned ornithologists of India. This Bird Sanctuary covers over an area of about 1.78 sq km and is situated at the western tip of the Chorao Island along Mandovi River near Panaji. It is a popular place known for bird watching activities as several local and migratory birds have made this sanctuary their playful ground.
Land of beaches, where every opportunity creates a new opportunity for nature lovers and beach lovers who enjoys and shares a moment together relaxing a beauty of time under the roof of beauty where sun kisses a wonders of beach giving a tranquil of reflection where numerous outsiders holds their nerves to enjoy a serenity and if this is the only reason that lures you around a splendour of Goa then you must have not seen a beauty of Ancestral Goa Museum/Big Foot.
Thinking how on earth a beach would take your soul away than in regards to your imagination a nature has created itself in such a way so that it could meet all your expectation and let you have the best out of it.
In a pristine territory of India where in past a Portuguese had its invasion and discovered a land of marine life and settled their way for some time before it got annexed in India is a beauty of coast where you could just see a relaxed life that carries throughout the year.
Way back in history a Portuguese used to be a colonial of a beautiful state name Goa and now this small land of beaches is a most popular destination worldwide, an array of beautiful beaches are like a pearl of majesty crown. No wonder it is called a beauty, Goa with its beautiful ambiance looks to capture a mind of millions.
An enigmatic state of beauty though left by a Portuguese still has its footprints somewhere on the shores of its wonderful beaches.
Mapusa a beauty Goa mart, quiet different as compare to a market of Anjuna, a mart here is accompanied by a crowd where people comes in numbers to buy a beauty of local product, like haggling, souvenir, textile and a beauty of antiques, this mart of Goa is a crowd puller, it is only on Sunday it remains calm or else a shop here around a boundary of mart won’t allow a space for you to stick and think twice.Buy a bag of fresh vegetables and fruits here as they pile everyday at market. Be a first one to pick a beauty of local work and clean veggie.