Fact Files : Goa Beaches
Area : 3,660sq.kms.
Religion: Hinduism, Christianity and Islam Language: English, Konkani, Marathi, Hindi and Portuguese.
Climate: Moderate with high humidity, temperature varies from 20 centigrade to 34 centigrade.
Rainfall: Average rainfall of 350cms, June to September.
Best Season: September to February
Suggested Itinerary :
Goa Honeymoon Tours
Golden Triangle with Goa & Mumbai
Goa, the smallest state in the country, is situated on the west coast of India. The Goan coastline along the Arabian Sea has numerous palm-fringed sandy beaches, which offer the perfect destination for a romantic honeymoon or an ideal vacation.
A Portuguese colony until 1962, Goa features its Indo-Portuguese culture and architecture with enthralling sophistication. Goa's beaches reflect its richly colorful mosaic of history. The numerous beaches in Goa offer something for everyone, from luxury resorts to makeshift huts, and from trance parties and adventure sports to solitary moments of peace and calm.
Beautiful palm-fringed beaches of Goa are not only ideal for relaxing but also for adventure sports like sailing, surfing, para-sailing, water skiing, jet skiing, etc. The beach resorts have excellent accommodation facilities as well as Ayurvedic treatment, body massage and spa therapy.
Beaches in North Goa
Beaches in North Goa, 30 km from Panjim, are hotspots for carnivals and parties and are the heartbeat of Goa’s nightlife. While Candolim offers serene moments of tranquility, Calangute Beach offers bustling action and adventure sports. These beaches offer a blend of relaxation and recreation. Some of the popular beaches are:
- Anjuna Beach
- Baga Beach
- Calangute Beach
- Candolim Beach
- Vagator Beach
- Morjim Beach
- Arambol Beach
Popular Beaches in South Goa
More popular among nature lovers and honeymoon couples, these beaches are rather quiet and offer tranquility and solitude. Some popular beaches are:
- Palolem Beach
- Patnem Beach
- Colva Beach
- Bogmalo Beach
- Benaulim Beach
- Varca Beach
- Agonda Beach
The Dabolim airport in Goa offers regular flights to most of the important places in India like Delhi and Mumbai.
Goa's railway network is connected to major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Pune and Bangalore. Convenient Railway Stations in Goa are Margao, Konkan, Vasco and Karmali.
Goa has a good network of roads connecting it to neighboring states like Maharashtra and Karnataka. Panjim (the capital of Goa) can be reached by regular bus services from cities like Bangalore, Mumbai, Hubli, Kolhapur, Pune, etc.
Get Answers from our Experienced Travel Consultants now